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Dolphin Marine Magic

65 Orlando Street, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450

Open your eyes to a world of magic and learn many interesting facts about Dolphins, Seals, Turtles & Blue Penguins at Dolphin Marine Magic, Coffs Harbour. 

Our educational “marine discovery” presentations run every day of the year, 10am & 1pm. And continue to delight visitors of all ages with interesting and entertaining information, as well as exciting routines that showcase the natural abilities of both Seals and Dolphins  

Rehabilitation is at the heart of everything we do at Dolphin Marine Magic. Over the years we have successfully rehabilitated and released hundreds of animals, including dolphins, seals, turtles and sea birds, back out into the wild for a second chance at life.

Every visitor gets an opportunity to receive a FREE kiss from our friendly Dolphins and cheeky Seals, before each marine magic presentation, make sure you arrive early; these fishy kisses should not be missed!

Open every day of the year. 

Café & Functions


The Creekside Café is open every day from 7:30am to 3pm for food and only coffee and cake to 3:30pm. The Creekside Cafe boasts superb water views, coffee, delicious meals and an inviting casual atmosphere. Nestled on the path of the Coffs Creek walk, the Creekside Cafe makes an ideal meeting place for breakfast, morning tea, lunch or afternoon tea. Looking for something special or a very interesting place to hold a party, corporate function, birthday party or wedding? We can help put some wildlife into your next function.

Dolphin Marine Magic is wet weather friendly, with plenty of shelter throughout the Park, a marquee in the garden, an awning over the grandstand and courtesy umbrellas available for use whilst in the grounds.

  • Undercover area for strollers
  • Wheelchair ramps to show area
  • Large parking area, dedicated bus area
  • EFTPOS Facilities
  • Baby changing area
  • Disabled toilet
  • Undercover awning over grandstand
  • Marquee in the garden park

How to get to Dolphin Marine Magic


Dolphin Marine Magic is located on the beautiful Mid North Coast of NSW, in the city of Coffs Harbour and sits approximately midway between Sydney and Brisbane off the Pacific Highway. Coffs Harbour has the largest and busiest regional airport in New South Wales, with regular flights operated by Qantas, Brindabella and Virgin Blue from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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Potoroo Palace

2372 Princes Highway, Merimbula NSW 2548

Potoroo Palace is a not for profit organisation whose aim is to improve the habitats and wellbeing of the native animals already in our care and to promote public awareness of their plight in the wild and to educate the community about the importance of the conservation of our unique Australian native animals and plants.

Take time out to relax and enjoy the picturesque surroundings at your own pace. A perfect place for a picnic or BBQ, or enjoy either lunch or maybe a Devonshire Tea served in the beautiful sandstone building or in the colourful gardens. Coaches and group bookings always welcome.

Plenty of activities for adults and children alike, a train ride around the Park, and a chance to get up close to native wildlife and feed them to.

We have native reptiles, birds and animals for you to enjoy - 47 species, some of which are endangered.

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Chinese Garden of Friendship

Cnr Harbour St & Pier St, Sydney City NSW 2000

Step into another world at the Chinese Garden of Friendship and immerse yourself in the beautiful landscape featuring waterfalls, lakes and hidden stone pathways. View traditional carvings, sculptures and a Chinese penjing collection, before unwinding in the Teahouse with drinks and light refreshments.

Disabled facilities:

Due to traditional stonework and paving, some parts of the walkway are rocky or uneven. While pathways and pavilions in the lower garden are suitable for wheelchair access and prams, some visitors with a disability or who are less mobile may find stairs and rocky pathways in the higher parts of the garden difficult to access.

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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

Aquarium Wharf, Darling Harbour NSW 2000

Venture into WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and meet koalas, kangaroos, crocodiles, spiders, snakes, lizards, cassowaries, butterflies, wombats, wallabies, birds and much, much more!

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is like no attraction you have ever experienced before. Our unique, award-winning zoo combines state-of-the-art design with stunning, authentic theming to recreate the iconic habitats of Australia.

With a wide variety of intimate indoor and expansive outdoor enclosures, including Koala Encounters on the rooftop and the huge Kangaroo Walk-About on the middle level, there is so, so much more than at first meets the eye. We know you'll be VERY surprised at how big we are and how much there is to see here.

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Blackbutt Reserve

Carnley Avenue, Kotara NSW 2289

Blackbutt Reserve has a long history of exhibiting captive wildlife. The first enclosures were built in the 1960’s. Since that time the exhibits have been relocated from Lookout Road to the Carnley Avenue entrance.

Blackbutt Reserve contains a number of multi award winning wildlife exhibits. The exhibited animals and the interpretative signage located along the boardwalk (both wheelchair and pram friendly) provide an opportunity for visitors to observe the fauna and learn about each species.

There are birds including the Australian King Parrot, mammals like the Bruck-tail Rock Wallaby and even reptiles such as the Eastern Long-necked Turtle.

Koala Feeding 2pm daily
Learn interesting facts about Koala's behaviour, physiology and habitats by our trained staff and volunteers. Bookings are not required for koala feeding.

Picnic spots - Blackbutt Reserve has five main picnic area each with their own unique features making it easy to find a location to suit your needs.
Blackbutt Junior Rangers

Guided tours - Blackbutt Reserve offers a range of guided tours for private and community groups.

Blackbutt Reserve playground - A new regional playground has been built at Blackbutt Reserve and was designed for 2 to 10 year olds.
 

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Hunter Valley Horse Riding and Adventures

288 Talga Road, Rothbury NSW 2320

Ride the unique and beautiful Molly Morgan Range, experiencing the spectacular views of the Hunter Valley Wine Country and Lower Hunter and as far North as Barrington Tops, the northern boundary of the Upper Hunter.

Riding is available every day for the inexperienced (the beginner) and the experienced rider.

  • Trail Rides - You ride with a dedicated, qualified guide who gives you assistance and guidance along the way.
  • Personalised Rides -  For a Special Occasion, Pleasure Ride, or Personalised Tuition.
  • Sunset Rides - As the wildlife awakens and begin to feed, ride with the Kangaroos and Wallabies in the light of the beautiful sunsets.
  • Pony Rides
  • Family Rides
  • Birthday Rides
  • After School Club
  • Adopt a Pony - School Holidays
  • Conference Groups

These are very popular for marriage proposals, Anniversaries and birthdays.Why not include a delicious picnic basket to celebrate!

Picnic rides are available for couples or for groups

For riders with some experience a personalised ride can take them to the higher ridges and lookouts where you have views of the valley as far as the eye can see, Even on the lower trails you can see most of the valley and wine country to the mountain bounderies, The Hunter Valley is quite large and diverse and its diversity can be captured  from Hill Top.

Bookings are required.

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Imagine Cruises

5104 Nelson Bay Road, Nelson Bay NSW 2315

We often see Humpback Whales performing “Spy Hops”. Spy hopping is when the whale rises in a vertical movement straight up out of the water head first.

Humpback whales spy hop to get a better view of where they are or to look at the people on a whale watching vessel. Whale Watch AustraliaThey really do like to look at us as much as we like to look at them. A spy hop right in front of Imagine is a wonderful experience.

It is a special moment that you get to look at a Humpback Whale while it is looking at you.Humpback whales have very good vision so most spy hops don’t bring the whales eye out of the water but they are looking at you from underneath the water. In clear water the whales body is also visible underneath the water so the whale’s head will slowly rise above the water, sometimes to a great height, it will hold that position and then slowly sink back below the water.

The whale is able to hold it’s position above the water not by swimming but by using it’s natural buoyancy and positioning it’s pectoral fins. When this happens close to Imagine it is very impressive, you are looking at one of the world’s largest creatures while it is looking at you saying Hello!

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Sydney Weekend Adventures

28 Alfred Street, Newcastle NSW 2300

Our 3- Day Northern Explorer Tour takes you through the Hunter Valley, Port Stephens, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle and the Central Coast.with departing Sydney every weekend

The 3 -Day Southern Explorer Tour journeys through the Southern Highlands, Fitzroy Falls, Jervis Bay, Kiama blowhole, Nan Tien Buddhist Temple and the Royal National Park.Departures by reqest for groups of 6 or more.

Our personal small group 3-day tours are the perfect “break free” weekend from Sydney for young people or the "young at heart".

The tours take you to visit small family-owned vineyards, dolphin cruising, four-wheel driving, sand dune boarding, sea kayaking and more! It also includes some beautiful walks (length up to 5 km).

There's plenty of time to relax and unwind as well, with coffee and lunch breaks in fantastic locations, BBQ dinners and, of course, the chance to enjoy a drink or two in the evenings...

Visit our Northern and Southern tour pages for more injformation about our tours.

If you have a group of 5 or more people and would like us to customize a tour for you please contact us we do many tours of this type, particularly for international students. But remember our tours are perfect for people of all ages that enjoy an adventure and don't mind lending a hand at a barbie! Visit our tours pages for more information.

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Tamboi Queen Cruises

PO Box 175, Salamander Bay NSW 2317

Tamboi Queen Cruises is a family owned and operated cruise company. We are the longest operating cruise company in Port Stephens and have carried over 2 million happy passengers in Safety and comfort.

We offer the best dolphin and whale watch cruises in Port Stephens and private charters for functions. Our friendly and highly experienced crew members will ensure that you have the best of the experience whether it be a dolphin watching, fishing or whale watching cruise in Port Stephens.

You will receive friendly personal service from our professional crew. We offer multi departure times to suit everyone.

Pursuing our quest for excellence, Tamboi Queen Cruises provides the perfect destination and the ideal venue for that special corporate or private function.

Whether cruising to historic Tea Gardens on the Myall River, taking in the picturesque Western Harbour, or exploring famous Broughton island, each experience creates memories for a lifetime.

Our friendly professional crew will make your cruise the highlight of your stay.

Enjoy a buffet luncheon or embark on a twilight dinner odyssey.

All our vessels are fully licensed, and can be charted on a bare boat basis, if required (crew provided).

For more information on dolphin & whale watching or fishing in Port Stephens, please visit the respective sections and make a booking online.

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Tex Tours

Based in Newcastle, Newcastle NSW 2300

Come and enjoy the stunning scenery of the Hunter Valley, take in our expert commentary and sample the local produce all for a great value for money price!

Tex Hunter Valley wine tours will take you to the magnificent Hunter Valley Wine Country with pickups from Newcastle, Maitland and surrounding areas

A DAY OF DECADENCE

  • Great mix of small boutique vineyards
  • Larger commercial ventures
  • Relaxed and informative, we drive whilst you enjoy
  • Lunch options can be included or bring your own

BIG FUN

  •     Chocolate and olive tastings all included
  •     Wine Tasting
  •     Cheese Tasting
  •     Ports and Liqueurs
  •     Good Times!!!

SMALL GROUPS

  •     Minimum 2 people
  •     Maximum 12 people
  •     Travel in air conditioned bus
  •     Expert commentary and personalised service
  •     Door to door pick up  from the Newcastle CBD

Why drive when you can take a Hunter Valley wine tour with TEX?
 

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Pegasus Park Equestrian Centre

946 Friday Hut Road, Bangalow NSW 2479

At Pegasus Park we cater for all standards of riders – beginners, nervous adults and children are our specialty.

We offer lessons in horse riding, basic dressage and jumping; all under the supervision of our expert E.F.A. Grade 1 instructors.

Take a scenic TRAIL RIDE through Byron’s lush hinterland, or feel the sea breeze on your face with a BEACH RIDE along isolated 7 Mile beach - Lennox Head (south of Byron).

What ever your standard we have a beautiful, educated horse for you, so come and visit us at Pegasus Park.

Here at the Pegasus Park ranch we also offer lessons in horse riding.

Soak up the ranch atmosphere as you learn from experienced instructors - who have been helping people ride horses for more than 25 years and involved with horses for most of their lives.

Ramona is a grade 1 general coach, accredited by the Equestrian Federation of Australia - and looks forward to passing on some of her knowledge, experience and passion to who ever wishes to learn.

With our B&B style lodging and paddock room for your horses Pegasus Park in the Bangalow hinterlands is perfect for those long trips with your four legged friends.  Refresh yourself and spend the night in our self contained cabin knowing your horses are safe and content with room to move, before you start the next part of your journey.

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Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens

81 Monet Drive, Montecollum NSW 2482

A short scenic journey into Byron’s hinterland lies a faraway magical place.

Walk among gods through the famous Buddha Walk, lined with rose quartz, hand carved statues and home to a four metre blessing Buddha.

Breathe in the stunning gardens, rainforest and find yourself in the ancient labyrinth.

Behold the Southern Hemisphere’s only Kalachakra World Peace Stupa, an amazing monumental project blessed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Every day at 3.10 pm find peace with ‘The Crystal Castle Peace Experience’, a unique free offering that deepens a sense of wellness with enriching sound healing baths, meditations and sacred Kora walks.

Marvel at the exquisite jewellery and amazing crystals from all corners of the world, with an extensive collection of books, CDs, body products and unique gifts ideal to suit any occasion.

Relax at the Lotus Café and drink in the breathtaking views of the Byron hinterland while enjoying delicious healthy food and tempting treats.

Only 20 minutes from Byron Bay and 40 minutes from the Gold Coast airport.

Ignite the senses, enrich your spirit.

Discover the jewel of Byron.

Open 10am - 5pm except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.

For more information please visit http://www.crystalcastle.com.au

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Byron Bay Whale Watching

9 Marvell Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481

Come and join us and experience one of the worlds most incredible animal migrations.  Whale Watching Byron Bay will take you right up to the humpback whales with the amazing Byron Bay landscape as a backdrop.

Humpback whales, dolphins, turtles and a variety of amazing sea birds await you on a tour with Whale Watching Byron Bay, Byron Bay’s original and most unique whale watching experience.

Whale Watching Byron Bay is the only whale watching tour operator departing directly from Byron Bay . This allows us the quickest access to the Humpback whale migration on the Australian east coast.

Whale Watching Byron Bay has been operating since 2002 making us Byron Bay’s most experienced whale watching tour operator.  Over the years we have developed a tour that will provide you with a safe, informative and rewarding experience.

We conduct small personalised interpretive tours with a maximum of only 12 whale watchers per vessel.  Tours are conducted on purpose built RIB vessels designed for unobstructed viewing of the whales.  Each vessel is annually inspected by the NSW Maritime Authority to ensure it complies with all current safety regulations.

The unique geography of Byron Bay’s Cape Byron allows us to pin point each whale’s location, therefore Whale Watching Byron Bay’s tours often encounter whales within minutes of departing Byron Bay.

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Byron Bay Dolphin Wildlife Tours

9 Marvel Street,, Byron Bay NSW 2481

Dolphin Wildlife Tours offer fun and professional tours to the Cape Byron Marine Park. Our tours will introduce you to an amazing richness of marine life that inhabits the waters just off Cape Byron.

Here you will encounter the local Bottle-nose dolphin population as they cruise Byron Bay's sheltered waters. We also regularly encounter inquisitive Common dolphins checking out our vessel and its passengers.

From May until November you will witness the migration of the majestic humpback whales on their annual migration along the Australian east coast.

Many species of resident and migratory seabirds will have you scrambling for your binoculars.

Our tours will also give you an up close look at the Julian Rocks Marine Reserve where our underwater viewing devices will introduce you to the turtles, rays and the many species of fish that inhabit this Sanctuary Zone.

Join one of our daily tours to the Cape Byron Marine Park and witness the diverse marine life that abounds here.

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Cape Byron Kayaks

Opposite 60 Lawson Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481

 Experience all the fun and adventure of a Cape Byron Kayaks guided tour. Feel the exhilaration as you paddle with the dolphins, the turtles and the whales that frequent the enticing waters of Byron Bay. Whether you are a novice or experienced kayaker, your adventure will include paddling our gorgeous Marine Park, the waves, the wilderness and morning or afternoon tea with Tim Tams on a beautiful beach.

Take in some of the best sights the East Coast has to offer. Learn about local history, aboriginal history, the lighthouse, dolphins, whales and turtles. See the Most Easterly Point of the Australian mainland. This is all part of your Byron Bay sea kayak experience with Cape Byron Kayaks.

See and learn these things and more while you paddle in your sea kayak around the famous Byron Bay marine reserve.

May to November is the season to get up close and personal with whales as they migrate past the most easterly point of the Australian mainland Byron Bay.

Cape Byron Kayaks have been operating sea kayak tours for the past 17years and every year the anticipation of Whale Season is almost too much to bear as there is no other experience quite as unique and exhilarating as sea kayaking alongside a whale.

During their northern migration, most whales come within 3 km of the NSW coast. During the southern migration Humpback whales bring their calves into the calm waters surrounding Cape Byron to rest and feed. The calves are very inquisitive and playful, they often approach our sea kayak tours with the mother at their side passing just meters from our kayaks. Check out our video in the gallery... you have to see it to believe it!

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Balmoral Beach

The Esplanade, Mosman NSW 2088

Beautiful houses and expensive yachts, and a beach that is postioned with views over Sydney Harbour National Park and through "the Heads" - the gateway to Sydney Harbour. It's an ideal place for a quick swim and takeaway fish and chips at

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Booderee National Park

Village Road, Jervis Bay NSW 2540

Walawaani Njindiwan Njin Booderee  welcome everyone, this is Booderee

Welcome to Booderee National Park. This is a significant place for Koori people. Booderee means bay of plenty or plenty of fish in one of our languages, the Dhurga language. Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and we are proud to share our culture and country with you.

Come to this place of ours, where the sea eagles fly and the whales swim by our historic lighthouse. Learn about our culture, swim in crystal clear waters, camp near our beautiful beaches, meet Australia's iconic birds and animals, take a boat and discover our rich marine life. It's all here, waiting and we welcome you.

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Sydney Tropical Centre

Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney City NSW 2000
Sydney Tropical Centre focuses on the wonders of tropical environments and their importance to us all. The pyramid and arc glasshouses create a spectacular and informative display of tropical plants from around the world. The arc displays
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Camel Rock

Wallaga Lake Road, Bermagui NSW 2546
Five minutes' drive north of Bermagui along Wallaga Lake Road will bring you to the turn off to Camel Rock. This striking rock formation was named by Captain James Cook as he sailed up the east coast of Australia. Camel Rock is a popular
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Washpool National Park - Washpool Walk

Gwydir Highway Cnr of Washpool Rd, Glen Innes NSW 2370
Washpool National Park is World Heritage listed and features the Coombadjha camping area. Access to Washpool National Park is via a four kilometre gravel road off the Gwydir Highway approximately 70 kilometres west of Glen Innes. Enjoy walking
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Mollymook Surf Beach

2 Shepherd St, Mollymook NSW 2539
Mollymook is a popular family beach with the best parks and safest bathing in the south around the Surf Club. Surfers enjoy the southern reef when it is working and the beach breaks. Home of the Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC), it
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Dolphin Watch Cruises

50 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540

Our mission is to educate visitors, helping them to discover the natural wonders of Jervis Bay Marine Park, whilst enhancing the protection of the Bays' marine inhabitants. We are commited to providing quality life experiences and unrivalled service to our customers through responsible and sustainable, nature based tourism, protecting Jervis Bay's treasures for today and for the future.

Dolphin Watch Cruises was one of the first Dolphin and Whale Watching companies to begin operations in Australia and has now been cruising the Bay for over 20 years!

Our commitment to, and experience in, responsible and sustainable dolphin and whale watching has been rewarded with over 20 local and state tourism awards and has earned us our dual Advanced ECO accreditation.

We are the Bay's largest and most experienced cruise company offering, in additioin to our dolphin and whale watching cruises.

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Valhalla Horse Riding

Falls Road, Falls Creek NSW 2540

Just 2 hours South of Sydney NSW, offering all you could want in an extended family holiday or quiet week end getaway.

Valhalla Horse Riding (an Appaloosa Stud) Offers Both School Holiday Camps & Farm Holidays.

Explore Currambene Creek in all its beauty and natural surrounds see Kangaroo's in the wild and plenty more of the furry marsupial kind to be spotted along the way.

Starting in the higher reaches of Falls Creek, it begins its journey seaward from the Old Princess Highway bridge ( Now closed to motorists ) then passes by Valhalla's banks where the fresh water meets the salt water followed closely by Woollamia a sheepish town that offers regional boat ramp access to Jervis bay via the small coastal town Husky (Huskisson).

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Dolphin Wild Cruises

58 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540

At Dolphin Wild Cruises we proudly provide world-class customer service. Your enjoyment and safety are our top priority. Our crew all share a deep love of Jervis Bay and its nearby coast.

They'll make sure you enjoy every moment of your cruise. We are dedicated to excellence and to setting new standards in cruising.

Dolphin Wild Cruises offers an exceptional opportunity never before available to visitors of Jervis Bay. Our cruise vessel "Wild Essence of Jervis Bay" has been specially designed with unique underwater viewing windows, allowing passengers the opportunity to view Jervis Bay and all its wildlife Above, Below and eyond. Wild Essence is the most loved vessel by the Dolphins in Jervis Bay, as they race for hundreds of meters to play on its bow. Get up close and personal with Jervis Bay's Residential Bottlenose Dolphins ! Come and enjoy Jervis Bay's most fun and exciting wildlife experience today !

Dolphin Wild Cruises is a local family-run business with over 30 years knowledge of Jervis Bay and its secrets. We will ensure that your experience is one you will never forget ! This is a unique cruise not to be missed!

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Gulaga National Park

Gulaga National Park, Tilba Tilba NSW 2546

Gulaga (Mt Dromedary) and the surrounding landscape have great spiritual significance to local Aboriginal people, particularly Aboriginal women. The park also incorporates the former Wallaga Lake National Park. In May 2006, the park was handed back to its traditional Aboriginal owners in an historic agreement signed by New South Wales Government and the Yuin people. The mountain is an isolated volcanic core rising 797 metres above sea level and towering over the historical villages of Tilba Tilba and Central Tilba. Viewed from the sea the mountain resembles a dromedary camel. The walking track starts from Tilba Tilba and the walk to the top and return is approximately 14 kilometres and takes about 5 hours. The rainforest is a spectacular sight with pinkwood and sassafras trees draped with long green moss and lichen. The forest floor is covered with fragile ground ferns and mosses.

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WOW Walking On Water

36 White Gum Rd, Ulladulla NSW 2539

Surfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, speed boat and inflatable rides, stand up paddle boarding, kayak hire and tours, the boogie slide - come and try it all at Walking on Water. Call Walking On Water and Ulladulla Surf Schools for non-stop water sports fun in the Shoalhaven. Fully accredited and insured with all equipment provided. Check out the website or phone for full information.

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Macquarie Pass National Park

Illawarra Highway, Albion Park NSW 2527

Macquarie Pass National Park is part of the Illawarra escarpment south of Sydney and provides some magnificent scenery and displays untouched rainforest, covering 1,064 hectares. Visitors can view nature at its best, beautiful satin bowerbirds and lyre birds as well as swamp wallabies and wombats. It contains a diverse range of habitats and wildlife including several rare and threatened plant and animal species. The steep sandstone ridges and gullies are topped by cliffs, and the park supports heathland, woodland, tall open forest and significant rainforest areas. It is an excellent bushwalking and picnicking area, with spectacular scenery and waterfalls. Starting at the base of Macquarie Pass at the picnic area, you can walk to the Cascades Waterfall (two kilometres return).

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NSW Jervis Bay National Park

Jervis Bay, Jervis Bay NSW 2540

NSW Jervis Bay National Park lies on 4,854 hectares. Sections of the park fringe Jervis Bay, St George Basin and ocean beaches. The area is rich in Aboriginal heritage, including important wetlands and preserves a flourishing diversity of plants and animals. The park lies next to the Commonwealth-managed Jervis Bay National Park which is now called Booderee National Park. The forests, bays and beaches are great for swimming, bushwalking, birdwatching or enjoying the tranquillity. Greenfield Beach has visitor facilities including wheelchair access to the beach. From here you can follow the information signs on the White Sands Walk along the coast to Hyams Beach and return by the Scribbly Gum Track. On the northern side of the bay, Hammerhead Point and Red Point have picnic areas. Camping is not permitted in the park.

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Wodi Wodi Walking Track

Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Stanwell Park NSW 2508

This is a 6.5 kilometre track, named after one of the Aboriginal tribes who lived along the Illawarra coast. The track has been designed to provide a comfortable one day circular trip, starting at Stanwell Park Station. Various points of interest are: Bullock Track used by European settlers (1820), Lawrence Hargrave House (1880) and Stanwell Park Lagoon. Picnic areas and lookouts will be encountered on the way.

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Deua National Park

Deua National Park, Moruya NSW 2537

Deua National Park, west of Moruya, has an array of activities for all to enjoy. Hikers can enjoy a walk to the enormous Big Hole and the fascinating Marble Arch from Berlang Camp Ground. There are plenty of walking and cycling tracks where this parks abundant wildlife and forests can be seen. The park is also known for fantastic bird watching opportunities. Canoeing, kayaking and swimming are very popular in the scenic Deua and Shoalhaven rivers. You can easily make a day trip to this wonderful park, or you can stay overnight at one of its many riverside camp grounds. Bendethera Camp Ground is especially adventurous as it is right near the Bendethera limestone caves and requires 4WD access.

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Budderoo National Park

Jamberoo Pass Road, Jamberoo NSW 2533

Budderoo National Park is located on 7,120 hectares, five kilometres west of Jamberoo. The park is home to Minnamurra Rainforest Centre, a multi award winning tourism destination which allows you to explore the rainforests that once blanketed the Illawarra region. Boardwalks and paved tracks take you along the forest floor and up through a range of rainforest environments, on your way to the magical Minnamurra Falls. Up on the plateau above the rainforest, the park offers excellent walking tracks with views across sandstone heaths and woodlands and towards the Illawarra coast. The lookouts and picnic areas at Carrington Falls, where the Kangaroo River plunges over the escarpment, are well worth a visit. Carrington Falls has many lookouts and walking tracks which offer good views. Facilities within the park include a kiosk, picnic and barbecue areas, toilets and wheelchair access.

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Murramarang National Park

Princes Highway, Batemans Bay NSW 2536

Murramarang National Park protects over 11,977 hectares of coastal land between Kiola and Batemans Bay on the state's South Coast. Four offshore islands are also included in the park - Wasp Island, Grasshopper Island, Dawsons Island and O'Hara Island. Murramarang offers a wide range of activities including swimming, surfing, fishing, picnicking, bushwalking, photography and nature study. The park's largely undisturbed coastline with its sandy and shingle beaches, rugged headlands, tombolas, rock stacks and fossil-bearing rocks provides visitors with a rich environment to explore. Eastern grey kangaroos, swamp wallabies and common birdlife such as parrots, finches, honeyeaters and sea birds inhabit the park. Accommodation is available in caravan parks and camping areas at Merry Beach, Pretty Beach, Pebbly Beach, Depot Beach, North Durras and South Durras.

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Bongil Bongil National Park

Tuckers Rocks Road, Sawtell NSW 2452

Unspoilt beaches, littoral rainforest and fascinating estuaries offer an ideal setting for family activities. Canoeing is the best way to explore Bonville and Pine Creeks, from the Sawtell boat ramp. Alternatively, you can enjoy an easy walk from Tuckers Rocks. Nearby Sawtell offers accommodation and camping in a bush setting, at Sawtell Reserve. Bongil Bongil National Park is located ten kilometres south of Coffs Harbour, from Sawtell or via Tuckers Rock Road (unsealed) from Repton, Overhead Bridge Road (unsealed), or Lyons Road off the Pacific Highway.

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Parliament House

Macquarie Street, Sydney City NSW 2000

Parliament House is open weekdays to allow people to see the workings of government in the beautiful heritage chambers. When the Parliament sits, public access to the Chambers is restricted to the Visitors' Galleries. It is advisable to book in advance for Question Time in the Legislative Assembly. To determine which days have been proclaimed Sitting Days, see the Sitting Days Calendar on the Parliament website. On non-sitting days when the Chambers are not in use, you may also visit inside both Chambers. Parliament House is of exceptional historical and social value. It has played a key role in the history of Australia from an early symbol of colonial government and civil improvement to its long tenure as NSW Parliament House.

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Parliament House

Macquarie Street, Sydney City NSW 2000

Parliament House is open weekdays to allow people to see the workings of government in the beautiful heritage chambers. When the Parliament sits, public access to the Chambers is restricted to the Visitors' Galleries. It is advisable to book in advance for Question Time in the Legislative Assembly. To determine which days have been proclaimed Sitting Days, see the Sitting Days Calendar on the Parliament website. On non-sitting days when the Chambers are not in use, you may also visit inside both Chambers. Parliament House is of exceptional historical and social value. It has played a key role in the history of Australia from an early symbol of colonial government and civil improvement to its long tenure as NSW Parliament House.

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Bournda National Park

20 Kilometres South-East of, Bega, Tathra NSW 2550

A diversity of water environments, salt and freshwater lakes, an attractive lagoon and creek and a magnificent coastline, along with an extensive network of walking tracks make a great variety of activities possible. Tura, Bournda and Wallagoot beaches are popular for swimming, surfing and beach fishing. The shallows of Wallagoot Lake offer safe swimming. Sailing, power boating and water skiing are all catered for on the lake and visitors are invited to use the launching ramp at the Wallagoot lake boat club area, for which the club charges a launching fee. Bushwalkers, wildlife watchers and photographers may enjoy the park's many walking tracks to scenic points such as Bournda Island and Bournda Lagoon. Camping is also available at Hobart Beach, camp fees AUD10 per adult, AUD5 per child, per night.

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Government House

Macquarie Street, Sydney City NSW 2000

Built between 1837 and 1845, for the Governor of New South Wales, Government House was the most sophisticated Gothic Revival building in the colony. The ground floor State Rooms include the dining room, drawing room and ballroom. These contain an outstanding collection of nineteenth and twentieth century furnishings and decoration that reflect changing styles and the differing tastes of the Governors and their wives. The first floor includes State Apartments that were used by the Governor, visiting members of the Royal Family and other Heads of State. The house is sited in an important historic garden with exotic trees, shrubs, carriage ways, paths and terraces overlooking Sydney Harbour. Government House is subject to closure during state functions, please check their website for further information.

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Government House

Macquarie Street, Sydney City NSW 2000

Built between 1837 and 1845, for the Governor of New South Wales, Government House was the most sophisticated Gothic Revival building in the colony. The ground floor State Rooms include the dining room, drawing room and ballroom. These contain an outstanding collection of nineteenth and twentieth century furnishings and decoration that reflect changing styles and the differing tastes of the Governors and their wives. The first floor includes State Apartments that were used by the Governor, visiting members of the Royal Family and other Heads of State. The house is sited in an important historic garden with exotic trees, shrubs, carriage ways, paths and terraces overlooking Sydney Harbour. Government House is subject to closure during state functions, please check their website for further information.

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Seven Mile Beach National Park

Beach Road, Gerroa NSW 2534

Seven Mile Beach National Park comprises of 898 hectares of coastal land in a narrow strip between the villages of Shoalhaven Heads and Gerroa, about 17 kilometres east of Nowra. This national park is one of the smallest in the state. Seven Mile Beach National Park is 137 kilometres south of Sydney and 6 kilometres south from Gerringong. At Beach Road the new wooden walkway to the beach and viewing platform and the nearby car park provide easy beach access to all, including the disabled. Close by there is a large picnic area with barbecues in a pleasant forest setting. A smaller picnic area is set among tea trees and banksias with easy beach access. There are loop walking tracks through the forest and along the beach. Activities available in park include: bushwalking, swimming, surfing, picnicking. Camping in the national park is now PROHIBITED.

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Eurobodalla National Park

Eurobodalla National Park, Bodalla NSW 2545

Eurobodalla National Park on the far South Coast of New South Wales, runs from Moruya to Mystery Bay. It's a remarkable place to visit and is easily accessed from the main towns of Moruya and Narooma, including the small surrounding coastal villages. The park offers so many activities. You can cast a line out at North Head Moruya or catch some waves at Broulee Beach. Kayaking is popular on Tuross Lake where you can paddle among amazing scenery. The Bingi Dreaming track - a scenic walk from Congo to Tuross Head, allows you to see the park on foot. There are plenty of lookouts with spectacular coastal views and whale watching vantage points. The park is home to many native flora and fauna, including the threatened long-nosed potoroo. Kangaroos, birds and native plants are regular sights throughout the park, especially at the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens.