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Shelly Beach, Moruya Heads

Shelly Beach Picnic Area - Moruya Heads

Elizabeth Street, Moruya Heads, New South Wales, 2537
Email: info@eurobodalla.com.au
Website: www.eurobodalla.com.au

Shelly Beach at Moruya Heads is a popular family recreational spot at the mouth of the Moruya River. At the eastern end of the beach you will find a picturesque picnic area just perfect for taking a break. Sit back and enjoy the views or take a refreshing swim or walk along the beach.

Pambula Merimbula Golf Club

Pambula Merimbula Golf Club

173 Arthur Kaine Drive, Merimbula, New South Wales, 2548
Email: info@merimbulagolf.com.au
Website: www.merimbulagolf.com.au
9172644 Phone Number: 61 02 6435 6154
Fax Number: 61 02 6495 6272

The only 27 hole golf course on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales, the course winds its way through beautiful native bushland abutting the pristine Merimbula lakes. Lots of Australian wildlife on display. There is social and competition golf, and hire facilities including clubs, buggies, and motorised carts. After golf, enjoy a meal or a drink in the friendly, relaxing and modern clubhouse which overlooks the course and Merimbula in the background. Watch the kangaroos leisurely grazing. The high quality Glasshouse Restaurant and the Cafe are open seven days and nights. The courtesy bus will pick you up and take you home. Relax at the Pambula Merimbula Golf Club and experience one of the real features of Merimbula.

Absolutely Gorgeous Candles

The Candle Shack

5 Brompton Street, Basin View, New South Wales, 2540
Email: info@candleshack.com.au
Website: www.candleshack.com.au
9104941 Phone Number: 61 02 4443 5041

The Candle Shack's beautifully crafted candles are handmade on bushland premises in Basin View, adjacent to the relaxing waters of St Georges Basin and only 15 minutes from stunning Jervis Bay. Candles are made using paraffin wax, essential oils and a variety of shaped and novelty moulds. They are scented or unscented and decorated in either splashed or marbled designs. Classic white is also available and the range also includes a large and unique variety of novelty figurines. The Candle Shack takes special orders around certain scents and/or colours. They conduct demonstrations, and provide morning or afternoon tea, for groups from 12 to 50 people any day of the week (small fee applies) and have parking for coaches. Only five minutes from the Princes Highway, your coach can drop in for a browse and to sate your curiosity. With very few Chandlers around anymore, everyone enjoys even the briefest experience.

JD Gallery

JD Gallery

8/160 Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, 2577
Email: enquiry@jdgallery.com.au
Website: www.jdgallery.com.au
9104951 Phone Number: 61 02 4465 2333
Fax Number: 61 02 4465 2444

The JD Gallery is centrally located in the beautiful township of Kangaroo Valley. With modern and traditional paintings by a number of different Australian artists, stunning art glass, jewellery and sculpture, the gallery features an exhibition space for selected artists which can be enjoyed by all entrants into the gallery. Please drop in and browse their magnificent collection.

Cordeaux Dam

Cordeaux Dam

Cordeaux River, Cordeaux Heights, New South Wales, 2526
Email: info@sca.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.sca.nsw.gov.au/water/visit/cordeaux-dam
9106379 Phone Number: 61 02 4274 2200
Fax Number: 61 02 4725 2599

Cordeaux Dam was completed in 1926 and was the second of the Upper Nepean dams. It is 57 metres high, holds water from a 91 square kilometre catchment and forms a lake of 780 hectares, with a capacity of 93,640 megalitres. Take a look at the valve house and pylons, built in a Neo-Egyptian style. The dams of the Upper Nepean collect water from the catchments of the Cataract, Cordeaux, Avon and Nepean rivers, which are tributaries of the Upper Hawkesbury-Nepean River. These systems supply water to the Macarthur and Illawarra regions, the Wollondilly Shire, and metropolitan Sydney. Facilities include picnic shelters, electric barbecues, drinking water, toilets, disabled toilets, playground and viewing areas. Bookings required for groups of 50 or more.

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.

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.

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