Observatories for Kids - Buldah (3890)

the Lakes & Wilderness Region, South Eastern Victoria, Victoria (VIC)

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The park spans 100 km of spectacular coastal escarpment, tableland edge and hinterland country in the south-east corner of NSW. It forms an important link in a system of conservation reserves stretching over 600 km along the great eastern escarpment of southern NSW and eastern Victoria.

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The Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre is a hands-on interactive visitor information centre where you can learn and discover the local marine environment. Experience our: * Aquariums with exciting local species * Touch tank – get up close and personal with a sea star and anemone * Theatrette showcasing locally produced marine videos * Games and activities for pre-school and primary school students * Microscopes, hands on displays and information on the biology and geology of the Sapphire ...
Surf Life Saving Lakes Entrance
Lakes Entrance and Eastern Beaches are located in the eastern section of the Ninety Mile Beach. The Surf Life Saving Lakes Entrance is located at the end of the footbridge across from the town of Lakes Entrance. This is a popular beach for bathing, surfing, walking and fishing; particularly as it is the closet and most accessible beach to Lakes Entrance. This is the most popular spot alone the Ninety Mile Beach. It offers a safer patrolled beach with plenty of room for walking and fishing. However, ...
Great for all ages!

21-08-2015

From their Nippers program which is 7-14 years, and then Bronze Camp from 13-18. Its a great opportunity ...

Other kids activities - greater than 60km from Buldah (3890)

We're running ITF Taekwondo class out of the Bruthen Mechanics Hall, every Tuesday & Thursday nights between 5.30 and 6.30. It's all about further development of the practitioner, not being the better than everyone but being better than before you started. Giving back to the community is beneficial for all.
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