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Manly Dam

Manly Dam

112 King Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2093
Website: www.warringah.nsw.gov.au/play/parks-gardens-and-reserves/manly-dam
9193867 Phone Number: 61 02 9949 3235

Manly Warringah War Memorial Park, known as Manly Dam, has a wonderful diversity of flora and fauna. It's great for picnics by the water and is renowned for mountain biking and water skiing. Attractions include a self-guided walk that highlights the Dam's Aboriginal history, several bushwalks, and nine bookable picnic areas. Water sports include swimming, fishing, kayaking, and water skiing. The mountain bike track is one of Sydney's best.

Janet Clayton Gallery

Janet Clayton Gallery

2 Danks Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2017
Email: info@janetclaytongallery.com.au
Website: www.janetclaytongallery.com.au
9163110 Phone Number: 61 02 9698 8443

Since 2007, Janet Clayton Gallery, formerly Wilson Street Gallery, has exhibited recent and new work by contemporary artists from Australia and overseas. They believe in the power of art to arouse the imagination, emotions, values and intellect. Their artists, many of whom have developed their aesthetic and conceptual sensibilities over decades, are constantly challenging themselves and you. The gallery also offers consulting, purchasing assistance, rentals, loans and installation.

Wylies Baths

Wylies Baths

Neptune Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2034
Email: swimnow@wylies.com.au
Website: www.wylies.com.au
9054943 Phone Number: 61 02 9665 2838
Fax Number: 61 02 9398 4993

Wylie's Baths located at Coogee, were established in 1907 by Henry Alexander Wylie, a champion long distance and under water swimmer. The construction of the Baths coincided with an emerging interest in seaside baths in Sydney at the turn of the century. Come to Wylie's Baths and after a refreshing swim, lay on a comfortable massage bed and enjoy the relaxing effect of trained, skillfull hands while listening to the soothing sounds of the ocean... Individual learn to swim and coaching lessons by qualified instructors are available by appointment.

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Storybook Alpacas

7 Olive Lane, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2574
Email: storybookalpacas@gmail.com
Website: www.storybookalpacas.com.au

They are Alpaca Breeders in the Southern Highlands - Bargo New South Wales. From the a rich cultural heritage to an animal adapted now to the Lifestyle, Culture and Industry. Alpacas are native to South America and have been domesticated for thousands of years. They are to the South American people comparable to the Australian Merino - industrially and commercially. Alpacas are gentle and inquisitive by nature, easy to handle and can be halter-trained to lead. They are truly elegant creatures. Alpacas fibre (fleece) is silky soft, lightweight yet tough - extraordinary attributes that meet the needs of the a diverse range of products from home wares through to the high end - haute couture fashion houses of the globe. This operator can offer you a magical "Storybook" expereince of these amazing animals - come for a visit. Alpaca Products availalbe for purchase and lunch/catering can be arranged.

Narrabeen Beach

Narrabeen Beach

Narrabeen Beach, Ocean Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2101
Website: www.warringah.nsw.gov.au/community/narrabeen.aspx

Narrabeen Beach is one of Australia's iconic surfing and swimming beaches. Over three kilometres of sand stretch from Long Reef in the south to the Narrabeen Lagoon entrance in the north, with four surf lifesaving clubs along the beach providing qualified, volunteer lifesaver patrols to protect swimmers and surf/beach users. Swimmers should always swim between the flags which are erected while there are patrols present (each Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday). There are numerous rips along the beach. Narrabeen Beach Surf Life Saving Club is located in the centre of the beach in a large park with picnic tables, toilets, showers (external) and a popular children's play area/picnic area/barbecue. The Surf Club has recently completed extensive rebuilding and with a floor-to-ceiling ocean vista and beautiful polished wooden floors, now offers a very popular venue for weddings and functions.

Campbelltown Bicycle Education Centre

Campbelltown Bicycle Education Centre

King Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2560
Website: www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/BicycleEducationandRoadSafetyCentre
9212146 Phone Number: 61 02 4645 4376

Campbelltown's Bicycle Education and Road Safety Centre provides education for cycling and pedestrian safety in a fun and safe environment. The centre is a great place to visit with the kids, family and friends. Schools can also take advantage of the road safety education programs on offer. The centre features a main road circuit simulating road conditions, including road signage and traffic lights, as well as a junior track for toddlers, shaded playground, picnic tables and free barbecues. The centre can also be hired for private functions, making it an ideal venue for children's birthday parties, sports presentations and family fun days. The centre is open to the public, free of charge, every Sunday and during the school holidays. Visitors attending the centre must bring their own bike or scooter and helmet and must be wearing enclosed footwear.

Crosslands Reserve

Crosslands Reserve

Somerville Road, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2077
Email: hsc@hornsby.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.hornsby.nsw.gov.au/my-lifestyle/sports-and-recreation/parks-and-playgrounds/hornsby-heights/crosslands-reserve
9159576 Phone Number: 61 02 9847 6791

'Crosslands Reserve' has been maintained by Hornsby Shire Council since 1921. In 1987 the reserve was incorporated into Berowra Valley Bushland Park, forming 38 square kilometres of bushland, stretching from Pennant Hills to Berowra Waters. Things to do include: Picnicking and barbeques, bushwalking, camping (bookings required), fishing, canoeing, bike riding and nature observation. Facilities at the reserve include: Picnic shelters (larger shelter available for hire - seats 12 adults), free electric barbecues, toilets, parking, children's playground and bicycle track and the Track head for The Great North Walk.

Campbelltown Arts Centre

Sculpture Garden Campbelltown

Art Gallery Road, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2560
Email: artscentre@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.visitmacarthur.com.au
9057882 Phone Number: 61 02 4645 4100
Fax Number: 61 02 4645 4385

The Sculpture Garden is in the grounds of the Campbelltown Arts Centre. It is a large outdoor sculpture and manicured park area featuring a range of permanent and changing exhibitions. Experience the unique sculptures in a beautiful outdoor setting, right in the centre of Campbelltown. Experience the Tether of Time - a 15 metre sculpture and meet Esmeralda, the 10 tonne granite prehistoric wombat. Located next to the Sculpture Garden is the Japanese Garden and the Arts Centre Cafe, one of the region's renowned coffee and meeting spots, overlooking the tranquil landscaped garden.

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4 Pines Brewing Company

29/43-45 East Esplanade, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2095
Email: info@4pinesbeer.com.au
Website: www.4pinesbeer.com.au
9143513 Phone Number: 61 02 9976 2300
Fax Number: 61 02 9099 2729

4 Pines Brewing Company is known for award winning beers along with a seasonal menu featuring beer friendly food. With beer being brewed most days there is always entertainment to see. Plus with a brewery tour available 12.30pm Monday to Friday for AUD25.00 offering a tour hosted by a qualified beer nut, followed by five samplers of 4 Pines' award winning brews, everyone has the chance to hear, taste, smell and enjoy. Come and see why 4 Pines has a reputation as one of the friendliest and more relaxed venues in Sydney.

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

8 Soudan Lane, Off Hampden Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2021
Website: www.roslynoxley9.com.au
9167963 Phone Number: 61 02 9331 1919

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery was established in 1982. Today its exhibition program focuses on artists from the Asia-Pacific region – Australia, New Zealand and Japan, in particular. Nine Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery artists have represented their country at the Venice Biennale. Recent examples of this are: 2011 Hany Armanious (Australia) and Michael Parekowhai (New Zealand); 2007 Callum Morton (Australia); 2003 Patricia Piccinini (Australia). Four Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery artists have exhibited in Documenta. Australian artists such as Bill Henson, Tracey Moffatt and David Noonan who have been represented by the Gallery for many years have gone on to international prominence.

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