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Outdoor & Adventure Activities for Kids - Towradgi (2518)

the Wollongong Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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    Outdoor & Adventure Indoor Rock Climbing Centres

    Hangdog Gym is a diverse climbing gym that has been around for over 20years. There are more than 150 climbs with 40+ ropes, autobelays to use as well as a bouldering and training area. We cater for children's birthdays, guided outdoor climbing days and have climb skill and fitness classes in our gym. Out gear shop is stocked with the lastest and greatest climbing and outdoor gear and we have plenty of stock! Climbing is ideal for keeping fit (both mind and body!) Come down and try, bring yourself, ... Read more bring a friend or bring the whole family. Happy Climbing!

    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.

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    The Nagle Centre for Youth was officially established in 1997, to answer a significant need for families and children in the Campbelltown area. Our aim is to provide support, empower families and offer opportunities for children aged 6-12 years, who experience chronic disadvantage and a range of vulnerabilities by providing free children's camps that are held at the Berry Sport and Recreation Centre. These camps help to increase socialisation skills, offer positive time out, encourage healthy lifestyle, ... Read more reduce isolation and build resilience. Each camp consists of a maximum of 12 children and up to 8 volunteer leaders thus allowing us to offer children one to one support. Some of the children who attend our camps come with specific diagnosis such as Autism, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder and in many cases have or are still experiencing trauma. Other key components or our program include: Mentor Scheme - that uses the skills of around 50 volunteers per year who become mentors ...

    Teen Ranch is a non-denominational christian campsite that was established in 1961. Teen Ranch runs school and weekend camps as well as school holiday camps for around 5,000 young people a year.Campers get to experience a range of fun and challenging activities including archery, canoeing, horse riding, giant swing, rock climbing, abseiling, high ropes, crate climb, challenge course and much more! There is also a range of sports, wide games and night activities to choose from.Teen Ranch also runs ... Read more a Horse Riding School for tailored individual and group riding lessons.

    ENJOY A WONDERFUL CRUISE EXPERIENCE ON THE PRISTINE WATERS OF THE PORT HACKING WITH CRONULLA AND NATIONAL PARK FERRY CRUISES Multi–award winning Cronulla and National Park Ferry Cruises is a family owned business that has been operating scenic cruises and the Bundeena Ferry on the pristine waters of Port Hacking, just thirty minutes south of Sydney, for over twenty-five years. The Hacking is surrounded by the second oldest National Park in the world, which is famous for its abundant wildlife and ... Read more beautiful varied bushwalking experiences. Cronulla Ferries operate hourly services Cronulla - Bundeena aboard the MV Curranulla (oldest commuter ferry operating to a timetable in Australia). For a wonderful cultural experience, guests may prefer the option of a three-hour cruise aboard the Tom Thumb III. 3hr morning tea cruises depart at 10.30am and include morning tea, commentary, Aboriginal history We also operate scheduled dining cruises Oct-April aboard TSMV Gunnamatta - Champagne ...

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    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 ... Read more of port. There is no need to have a personal fishing licence. All the fishing tackle and bait is provided, as well as tuition if required. Ann’s famous Anzac biscuits are included with morning tea. Charters are available 7 days a week (except Christmas Day & New Years Day), weather permitting. Bookings with a minimum 50% payment to confirm are vital to ensure you get aboard a charter. Minimum numbers apply. If no one has already started a group, you need 4 people or the equivalent payment ...

    $50 discount on whole boat booking

    Validity: from 15 Jan 2019 to 01 Dec 2019

    Book a Reef fishing charter for 10 people and get $50 off the total price. $1350 Charters usually leave at 6am & return at 2pm approx but if you take up this offer you can modify times to suit your group

    Outdoor & Adventure National Parks

    The Museum, formally established in 1955 with the intention of being an operating museum where visitors could experience what would subsequently become a past era of public transportation in Sydney, ultimately opened as such in March 1965 amongst the trees of The Royal National Park on the eastern side Princes Hwy. at Loftus, adjacent to the railway to the Park. Later relocated nearby to the present site adjacent to Loftus Railway Station (Waterfall Line) and opened in March 1988, in part as a Bicentennial ... Read more Project, the museum has a large display hall featuring a number of historic Sydney trams, including the prison tram, plus a selection of trams from interstate and overseas, along with a comprehensive photographic display. Trams operate on the museum line northwards (approx. 1 km.) towards Sutherland, terminating approx. 500 metres short of Sutherland Station and southwards (approx. 2 km.) into The Royal National Park on the former railway line and terminating at the former railway ...

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