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Jack Smith Lake State Game Reserve

Jack Smith Lake State Game Reserve

South Gippsland Hwy, Darriman, Victoria, 3851
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/jack-smith-lake-w.r

Featuring extensive coastal lagoons, salt marshes and native grasslands, Jack Smith Lake provides valuable feeding and nesting habitat for a range of waterbirds. Enjoy bush camping on the open grassy plains or within the shade of a stand of banksias. Try your luck fishing within the pounding surf of Bass Strait along the 90 Mile Beach. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Broulee Island and beaches

Broulee, North Head to Mossy Point Cycleway

Heath Street, Broulee, New South Wales, 2537
Email: info@eurobodalla.com.au
Website: www.eurobodalla.com.au
9173203 Phone Number: 61 02 4472 6900

Broulee, North Head to Mossy Point Cycleway is a great flat route with a mixture of shared pathway and on road riding. Park in Heath Street near the Surf Club to begin your journey but really, you can start at any point. Travel south along the back of the sand dunes of Bengello Beach, a renowned surf beach for professionals and locals. This is where you may encounter wildlife - kangaroos, echidnas, wallabies, or goannas. At the end is the airport, where you may like to enjoy some extreme adventure - skydiving! Turn around and head north passing the start point, continuing to Mossy Point; a great place to stop to enjoy much needed refreshments. Hit the trail for the final leg past popular Broulee Beach back to the beginning. You can enjoy a swim and, if you brought a camera, there is a great lookout near the carpark.

Lind National Park

Lind National Park

Princes Hwy, Tonghi Creek, Victoria, 3890
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/lind-national-park

One of Victoria's oldest national parks, Lind National Park protects a range of forest communities, including significant areas of warm temperate rainforest. There are limited recreational facilities in the park, so the best way to experience it is by traversing the Euchre Valley Nature Drive. Heritage The park has a gold mining history centred around the creeks. Nearby Club Terrace is named for the Ace of Clubs mine and the terraces of mining spoils that were left behind after the mining operations had ceased. The park was named after Sir Albert Lind, the Minister for Lands who was responsible for the reservation of five of Victoria's National Parks. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Carrington Falls

Nellies Glen Carrington Falls

Budderoo National Park, Jamberoo, New South Wales, 2533
9170878 Phone Number: 61 02 4232 3322

History may not have remembered Nellie so well, but one thing's for sure: she knew a good picnic spot when she saw it. Soak up the oxygen laden air while being soothed by the sounds of nearby waterfalls. You can relax under the shade of magnificent eucalyptus forest. The kids will love looking for the brightly coloured fungi and orchids high in the canopy. Check the nearby forest floor for collections of blue objects, the tell tale signs of the nest of a male satin bower bird trying to impress the ladies. This is the perfect spot for a quiet picnic before exploring the nearby range of spectacular lookouts around Carrington Falls or, if you feel like stretching your legs, there's an energising short work to Warris Chair Lookout.

Pattimores Lagoon, Narrawallee National Park. Photo: Michael van Ewijk

Pattimores Lagoon

Conley Avenue, Lake Conjola, New South Wales, 2539
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/narrawallee-creek-nature-reserve/pattimores-lagoon/lookout

A visit to the tranquil wetlands of Pattimores Lagoon, in Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, is a great way to soothe frazzled nerves and immerse yourself in natural beauty. Near Ulladulla, it's an ideal remote getaway for nature enthusiasts with some of the best birdwatching on the NSW South Coast. A short flat walk through coastal swamp oak forest and wet heath leads to a viewing platform with scenic water views. Fringed with magnificent paperbarks, the picturesque lagoon literally teems with waterbirds, and you're likely to see southern emu wren, pied oystercatchers, pelicans and white-faced herons. If you're keen to spend the day exploring the waterways and forests of this unique coastal reserve, enjoy a lunch at Conjola Beach picnic area before stepping out on Burrawang track.

Aerial of the spectacular Moruya River

Moruya Kayaking Trail

Riverside Park, Moruya, New South Wales, 2537
Email: info@eurobodalla.com.au
Website: www.eurobodalla.com.au/kayaking/

The Moruya Kayaking Trail passes through the historic town of Moruya. The trail is up to 38 kilometres, but is very flexible. They suggest you launch at North Head campground, where dolphins are often spotted leaping through the water. Alternatively, launch at the Moruya boat ramp in Riverside Park where, on Saturday mornings, you can experience the rural markets. Turn left two kilometres east of Moruya Bridge for a trip, at high tide, up Ryan's Creek to see the mangroves and unique granite boulders. On the western leg of the journey the river winds through farming land and forest where kangaroos hop along the banks. Start at the Moruya Bridge and paddle 12 kilometres west up to the bridge on Araluen Road. From here the river winds through the Deua River Valley. The bushland on this stretch abundant with birdlife, creating a magical atmosphere. Checking maps and conditions is recommended.

Corramy Regional Park. Photo: Michael van Ewijk

Corramy Regional Park

Harriss Avenue, Basin View, New South Wales, 2540
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/corramy-regional-park

Created in 2010, Corramy Regional Park offers visitors a natural playground in a tidy package of 292ha. Not far from suburbia, it protects several species of threatened trees and plays host to endangered birds like the glossy black cockatoo. There's scenic swamp oak forest and a variety of eucalypts, spilling shade over attractive clearings tailor-made for picnicking. Indeed, Corramy ... Visit website for more info

Bundanon Trust

Bundanon Trust

170 Riversdale Road, West Cambewarra, New South Wales, 2540
Email: administration@bundanon.com.au
Website: www.bundanon.com.au
9142107 Phone Number: 61 02 4422 2100

Bundanon Trust (including the Bundanon Homestead and Riversdale) is located on 1,100 hectares of pristine bush land overlooking the Shoalhaven River, near Nowra in New South Wales. It was a gift to the Australian people in 1993 by Arthur and Yvonne Boyd. Bundanon Trust supports the development of arts practice across all disciplines through its artist in residence program; operates a residential education program for children and adults and presents a dynamic, on-site public program, including concerts and special events, open days and group visits. Bundanon Trust is a custodian of the Boyd family art collection, the historic Bundanon Homestead and Arthur Boyd's studio.

Tongarra Bicentennial Museum

Tongarra Bicentennial Museum

Russell Street, Albion Park, New South Wales, 2527
Email: records@shellharbour.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.shellharbour.nsw.gov.au
9059296 Phone Number: 61 02 4256 6698

The Tongarra Bicentennial Museum was opened in 1988. The Museum collection includes artefacts significant to the history of Shellharbour, and those that tell stories about the people and places of past and present. It features pioneering and historical exhibits such as the Victorian Automatic Sock Knitting Machine and Handmade Patchwork Quilt; a large collection of early maps and panoramic photographs of the Shellharbour Local Government Area and a bronze bust of Caroline Chisholm, who is known as 'The Immigrants' Friend', who helped to settle families in Shellharbour in the 1840s.

Tyers Park

Tyers Park

Tyers-Walhalla Rd, Yallourn North, Victoria, 3825
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/tyers-park

Set in the foothills to the north of the Latrobe Valley, Tyers Park encompasses the fine scenery of the Tyers Gorge where the Tyers River winds between steep forested slopes. The park has an abundance of diverse wildflowers and the birdlife, making it a favourite destination for naturalists. Outcrops of limestone and conglomerate are of geological interest. The limestone contains both plant and animal fossils. Popular activities at Tyers Park include scenic drives, bushwalks, picnicking, swimming, fishing and nature study. Spring is the main wildflower season and a good time to visit, although the park has plenty to offer throughout the year. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

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