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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2011
Tabourie Lake, Bawley Point, Depot & Pebbly Beach 44 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Don't forget to allow time for a tasting experience, tours of vineyards, music and more over the June long weekend at the Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival (see pages 16 & 17). Visit , Termeil and at Bawley Point. taste a top drop coasta escapes The stretch of coastline from LakeTabourie to Durras has escaped development and is a haven for locals and visitors wanting to take time out to rejuvenate and re-evaluate. encompasses these spectacular beaches and more, offering abundant bird and animal life, including kangaroos, grazing close to the beaches. Spend your days exploring. You'll never tire of the park's wonderful walks -- beachside, lakeside, level strolls and challenging climbs leading to spectacular ocean views. Bushwalking, , visiting , surfing, fishing or just strolling along the beach are popular leisure activities that can be enjoyed year-round. Also enjoy bird-watching -- more than 90 species have been recorded in the park -- photography, nature study, rock hopping and exploring rock pools, fishing and picnicking. ... The area is a great day out destination -- but those in the know take advantage of to really relax and unwind for a few days in these beautiful beachside locations. And at night, comfortable cabins allow you to see a different side to the national parks, obser ving nocturnal animals under the stars. At ,arangeofoneand two bedroom cabins will sleep up to six people, and each provides a fully-equipped kitchen. Situated within the beautiful , are the ideal retreat from busy city life and the ultimate eco tourism and holiday destination for Australians and tourists from ar ound the wor ld. Depot Beach is now offering some amazing deals during the quiet winter months. From May through September you can have the beach to yourself and experience the natural environment at this unique time. A fantastic network of walking tracks in the Depot Beach area lead to some amazing locations. Some of the more popular walks include Durras Mountain,The DiscoveryTrail, Snake Bay, Snapper Point & Merry Beach. Depot Beach. Pebbly Beach. st ac ntm The isa treat for young and old alike and an inexpensive idea as an outing for the whole family. The mus eum hous es an extensive range of historical and natural displays with over 12,000 items on display. , Melanesian and New Guinea include bows, stone axes, woodcar vings, spear throwers, fighting clubs, and much much more. There's five rooms furnished in late 19th and early 20th century decor showing pioneer life.Tabourie Museum is just six kms south of Burrill Lake.Visit & explore! www.visitdepotbeach.com.au phone 4478 6582 or check online at Bushland setting with ocean views in Murramarang National Park. • Fascinating walks • Abundant wildlife • Fully self-contained cabins sleeps up to 6 people DEPOT BEACH CABINS & CAMPING Nature's hideaway... Check our specials - too good to miss! Just 10 mins north of Batemans Bay and 40 mins from Ulladulla. 2096145 • One & two hour horse rides through the Termeil State Forest • Two day horse treks • Bookings essential Timbertops - 4457 1008 Horse riding at Termeil 2096182 Within the Murramarang National Park Stuart & Yvonne McFarlane Ph: (02) 4478 6023 PEBBLY BEACH Holiday Cottages Eco Tourism at its best! www.pebblybeach.com.au Joy Lormer. 2096176