Outdoor & Adventure Activities for Kids - Shoalhaven Heads (2535)

Shoalhaven, the Illawarra & South Coast Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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The park is a good place for a family day out. From the end of Beach Road there is a walkway to a viewing platform and the beach. Access is easy for all ages and for the disabled. Close by there is a large grassy picnic area with barbecues in a pleasant bangalay forest setting. From the picnic area there are walking tracks through the forest.

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Outdoor & adventure activities for kids - greater than 5km from Shoalhaven Heads (2535)

South Coast Retreat
South Coast Retreat encompasses Waterfront Accommodation, Boat & Kayak Hire at Greenwell Point and South Coast Tours. Our goal is to deliver exceptionally high quality services at a value conscious price. We are a member of Eco-Tourism Australia and have been awarded Certificates of Excellence by TripAdvisor as well as a Platinum Award for implementing eco-friendly initiatives at the highest level. Boat hire is available to everyone and a great way to explore the gorgeous clear waters of ...
Rodney & Ann Garard have been operating Kiama Charter Service since 1995. “Kostalota” is 12m or 40feet long with plenty of deck room for fishing. She is licensed by NSW Fisheries and in full NSW survey for passengers. Skipper Rodney has his Master Class V qualification and he has a deckhand to help with bigger groups. Leaving from Kiama Harbour, the boat is out on the ocean almost immediately and there are reefs quite close by & others further afield. Reef fishing trips are within a 15km radius ...
Trees Adventure (Nowra Shoalhaven Park)
Trees Adventure offers a unique activity for every member of the family whether your 4 or 75+! Set along the cliff edge of the beautiful Shoalhaven River inside of the Shoalhaven Zoo of North Nowra, you'll get to enjoy the river views as you climb along the cliff edge. Our park is made of 6 courses with a total of over 70 challenges. Courses consist of rope bridge crossings, ladders, walking nets, wooden tunnels, flying foxes and many more experiences amongst the trees. There are easy courses ...
Dapto District Guides are part of the Worldwide Guide Organisation movement catering for Girls ages 5-18 with a variety of activities from Camping to Badge work while teaching girls life and leadership skills. Ages 5-10 meet Monday 430-6pm and 10+ meets Monday 630-8pm Come and have a 2 week free trial.
Minnamurra Rainforest Centre lies within Budderoo National Park and is 15 km west of Kiama on Tourist Drive 9. It has a network of boardwalks and paved tracks, which can take you through the rainforest to Minnamurra Falls. The visitor centre provides information about the area and surrounding national parks, and also has a shop. The Lyrebird Cafe offers light meals and refreshments, and there are picnic and barbecue facilities available.
Bomaderry Creek Regional Park is a rich oasis of quiet bushland on the edge of the town of Bomaderry. A small sandstone gorge is the main natural feature of the park. It has overhangs and sheer rock faces and cradles a creek that meanders along a stony bed. Patches of remnant rainforest, hanging swamps and dry woodland enlivened by bright flowers in spring make for a delightfully varied little park.
Explore sandstone scenery on a grand scale throughout the park. To the south, George Boyd lookout, Little Forest Plateau and Pigeon House Mountain offer views of the coastline and the Budawang wilderness areas. The recently upgraded Tianjara lookout, on the Nowra-Braidwood road, provides views of Tianjara Falls. To the north, Fitzroy Falls and Belmore Falls plunge off the plateau into rainforest gullies. On the western side at Tallong there are wonderful views of the Shoalhaven Gorge from Badgerys ...
The heathland plateau of Barren Grounds is loved by both walkers and birdwatchers - particularly in spring, when it is a mass of wildflowers. A range of walks offer magnificent views of the Illawarra coastline and surrounding countryside. The reserve is between Robertson and Kiama, on the Jamberoo Pass Road. It's 16km south-east of Robertson and 8km east of the Carrington Falls turn-off.

Other kids activities - in and around Shoalhaven Heads (2535) (within 5km)

Kids With ARTitude
I am a teacher of many years experience with the NSW Department of Education. Art and art education are my passions. I studied visual arts in the late 90's and was very fortunate to be able to specialise as a Visual Arts teacher for much of career in primary schools. I started the Kids With ARTitude workshops for children aged 5 to 12 years in 2014. The management of Shoalhaven Arts Centre invited me to run holiday and after school workshops in 2015. The Kids With ARTitude studio at Shoalhaven Heads ...
Shoalhaven Heads Bowling & Recreation Club
There is certainly something for everyone here at Shoalhaven Heads and at the Bowling Club. After bushwalking, surfing, golf, fishing or a game of bowls on one of our 3 manicured greens, join us for live entertainment and sumptuous dining. Our intra clubs invite you to take in an exciting afternoon or evening of friendly competition. Our Club renovations mean that you are now invited to relax on our outdoor decking enjoying the mountain views. The Shoalhaven Lounge area refurbishments provide ...
Situated between the mighty Shoalhaven River and magnificent Seven Mile Beach, the award winning Shoalhaven Heads Tourist Park is the ideal spot for your next beach holiday. Whether camping or caravanning, you will enjoy the choice of powered, ensuite, or river front slab sites. Our spacious riverfront cabins offer spectacular views across the Shoalhaven River, while the Park offers an abundance of activities for the whole family including mini golf, tennis, games room, fishing and surfing.
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