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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2012
Termiel / Bawley Point / Pebbly Beach / Depot Beach www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 57 The has been enjoyed by locals and visitors for years. Regular favourites include ranger-guided night-walks for glow-worms or gliders; hunting in the bush for bugs and mini-beasts and spotting rare birds holidaying on the South Coast from the other side of the world. This holiday season, National Parks Discovery Rangers are running all their regular activities, from Dharawal National Park near Campbelltown to that the whole family can enjoy. Now National Park is also introducing to the Discovery program. WilderQuest is a fun and which encourages children to explore and experience the natural world. It combines digital and real-life activities to engage kids, including the WilderQuest , WilderQuest and WilderQuest Discovery.The WilderQuest website is designed for five- to eight-year-olds and is a safe place to explore and play -- guided by ranger Sam and his gang of friendly and cheeky Australian animals. WilderQuest - Nature Discovery is the award winning app that takes players into virtual ecosystems to become immersed in the sights and sounds of the natural world. (see pg 34) The can be found on National Parks Discovery website www.wildwildworld.com.au. More information about can be found at www.wildwildworld.com.au/wilderquest For further information, a programme, or be put on an email list, call 4423 2170 or email: email@example.com. Depot Beach. 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, , browsingTabourie Museum, 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 po ols, fishing and picnicking. catal cap Nature walks. ic v rwil rq Pebbly Beach. Visit local wineries. • 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
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