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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2012 - 13
The isa treat for young and old alike and an inexpensive idea as an outing for the whole family. The mus eum houses 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. TabourieMuseumis just six kms south of Burrill Lake. Visit & explore! Allow time for a tasting experience at atTermeil - from vineyard to the bottle, grapes are hand picked and wine is hand-made on site.Try Fern Gully's popular Rose`, made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz - it's slightly sweet and a perfect summer wine. Also available is an unwooded Chardonnay plus two reds - a Shiraz, and a full bodied luscious Chambourcin, judged as the best Chambourcin at the 2012 South Coast Wine Show.The vintage port made from Shiraz is delicious and only $15 a bottle. Max the winemaker will ans wer your vineyard and winemaking questions or you can book a 1 hour vineyard and winemaking tour for $30 which includes a free bottle of wine of your choice. Termeil, Bawley Point & Pebbly Beach www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 59 Visit local wineries - meet the makers & taste award winning wines. Pictured Max Staniford of Fern Gully. t p tat an t ur is an unexpected oasis amongst the state forest and access to the pristine waters of the Clyde River always ensures a bumper crop.The farm gate is open with free admission to visitors.The 'hands on' experience of venturing into the orchard and taking fresh picked berries home just can't be be aten. A scrumptious taste sensation at the Berry Farm is the delicious ice cream made with real fruit on their ice cream machine.There's something for everyone and it's a great summer activity for the whole family to enjoy. fr y ic Check out the National Parks discovery activities during the holidays at Depot Beach & Murramarang - more info see page 2 Visiting local wineries, surfing, fishing or just strolling along the beach are popular leisure activities that can be enjoyed year-round. BawleyVale Estate is also open extended hours over Summer - visit the winery and enjoy! c a a ca ac i im • 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 OPEN7DAYS 10AM-6PMDEC&JAN•PH:44781057 www.clyderiverberryfarm.com.au Take a forest drive into the hinterland and experience the novelty of picking your own berries. 30 minutes from Ulladulla and Batemans Bay. HOW TO GET THERE Clyde River PrincesHwy Termeil East Lynne Store To Batemans Bay Bawley Point Boarding House Road Brooman Shallow Crossing To Nellingen 24km CLYDE RIVER PICKYOUR OWN BERRY FARM Middle Ridge Barkshed 14km Sheeptrack 14km Old Hwy N To Milton/ Ulladulla Not to scale 2237576 Sales and tasting in the working winery Award winning wines & Vintage Port Princes Highway, Termeil (15 mins south of Ulladulla) 4457 1124 11am - 5.30pm Weekends & School Holidays (except winter) and all Public Holidays Fern Gully Winery 2311517