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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2011
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. M Muurrrraam maarraanngg NNaattiioonnaall PPaarrkk encompasses these spect acular beaches and more, offering abundant bird and animal life, including kangaroos, grazing close t o 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, hhoorrssee--rriiddiinngg, browsingTabourie Museum, visiting llooccaall wwiinneerriieess, sur fing, fishing or jus t strolling along the beach are popular leisure activities that can be enjoyed year-round. Also enjoy bird-watching – more than 90 species have been recordedinthepark –photography, nature study, rock hopping and exploring rock pools, fishing and picnicking. UUnnwwiinndd ffoorr aa ffeeww ddaayyss...... The area is a great day out destination – but those in the know t ake advantage of sseellff-- ccoonnttaaiinneedd ccaabbiinnss to really relax and unwind f or a few days in these beautiful beachside locations. And at night, comfort able cabins allow you to see a different side to the national parks, obser ving nocturnal animals under the stars. At DDeeppoott BBeeaacchh, a range of one and two bedroom cabins will sleep up to six people, and each provides a f ully-equipped kitchen. Situated within the beautiful MMuurrrraam maarraanngg NNaattiioonnaall PPaarrkk, PPeebbbbllyy BBeeaacchh HHoolliiddaayy CCaabbiinnss are the ideal retreat from busy cit y life and the ultimate eco t ourism and holiday destination for Australians and tourists from around the world. Tabourie Lake, Bawley Point, Depot & Pebbly Beach 56 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au CCaallll iinn ffoorr aa wwiinnee ttaassttiinngg aatt BBaawwlleeyy VVaallee EEssttaattee OOppeenn 1111aam m––44. .3 300ppmm,, wweeeekkeennddss && ppuubblliicc hhoolliiddaayyss oorr bbyy aappppooiinnttm meenntt.. 222266 BBaawwlleeyy PPooiinntt rrooaadd,, BBaawwlleeyy PPooiinntt PPhhoonnee 0022 4444 5577 22555555 ttaassttee aa ttoopp ddrroopp ccooaassttaall eessccaappeess Depot Beach. Go bushwalking, ho r se r iding, fishing, visit local wine r ies, su r fo r st r oll along the beach visit www.leisu r etimes.com.au Enjoy a ‘tasting experienc e’ at Fern GullyWinery Termeil. Nature walks. Pebbly Beach. 2213349 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 • One & two hour horse rides through the Termeil State Forest • Two day horse treks • Bookings essential Timbertops - 4457 1008 Horse riding at Termeil 2096182