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Outdoor & Adventure Activities for Kids - South Windsor (2756)

Hawkesbury, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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    Part of Wollemi National Park the largest wilderness area in NSW and forms part of the recently declared Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area — a maze of canyons, cliffs and undisturbed forest. You can park a caravan, trailer, or a tent in this campground There are a total of 30 campsites This is a fairly large, basic campsite on the bank of Wheeny Creek. There are both picnic and camping areas. This campsite offers some flat open areas to run around, and the creek for a dip. Facilities ... Read more include a toilet and fire pits, but campers need to bring their own water and firewood.

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    Trees Adventure offers a unique activity for every member of the family whether your 4 or 75+! Set at the foot of the Blue Mountains in Yarramundi (near Penrith), you'll fly along side the beautiful Grose River while scaling up to new heights in the treetops! Our park is made of 10 courses with a total of over 100 challenges! Courses consist of rope bridge crossings, ladders, walking nets, wooden tunnels, flying foxes and many more experiences amongst the treetops. There are easy courses for those ... Read more a little uneasy about heights (up to 2m high) to those more daring who want to try our black runs (up to 20m high). The course difficulties are all indicated by different colours in this order: yellow, green, blue, red and black! This is a one of kind unique treetop experience! Entry gives participants 2 hours (including training) and we encourage spectators to stay for free to watch and snap some photos! There’s a place to enjoy a coffee, ice cream, snacks or a drink at our kiosk. We ...

    At Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park you can visit the friendliest wild Aussie animals. Kangaroos, emus, wallabies and lots of other animals slide, fly and hop happily through the bush. This is home to most of Australia's wildlife, from dingoes to devils, and wombats to flying foxes, and so many more. With daily animal interactions and bush lessons like boomerang throwing, why not come and visit our ancient Aboriginal sites and learn how to connect with the land? Here are just some of the reasons ... Read more why everyone loves Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park .

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