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Outdoor & Adventure Activities for Kids - Tamala Park (6030)

the Coastal North, the Perth Region, Western Australia (WA)

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    Get outside and get the kids excited! This is not your average minigolf, it’s the biggest little minigolf around, 36 holes of fun and frustration for the whole family nestled amongst one of Perth’s premier garden settings. A kaleidoscope of colours, sights an sounds that will overwhelm your senses. Walk amongst the dappled shade of tall trees, explore the many flower displays, rockeries and waterfalls. Come and discover one of the largest and most historic privately owned gardens in Western ... Read more Australia.

    Here at Clip ‘n Climb Joondalup people of all ages can use their energy to test their climbing skills and have fun whilst doing it. Located inside the Aloha Surfhouse Venue, there’s an endless supply of fun waiting for you once you’re through the doors. Why not take up the challenge and test your climbing skills by tackling a climbing wall like you’ve never seen before?! Tested and tried on all individuals with one common result, FUN!

    Fish Love Blue Juice and we are passionate about our fish! This passion for fishing has seen Blue Juice open up new fishing trips to the deeper waters beyond 300m and extended live a board seasons to exciting new destinations like the Montebello and Abrolhos Islands Blue Juice charters is a family run Business that began in 2004, Blue Juice quickly made its mark on the Perth Fishing charter scene. Being involved in release weight research and becoming the choice for many international guests for ... Read more Samson Jigging. Our day fishing charter trips from Hillarys continue to be popular for both groups and individuals, or talk to our knowledgeable staff about custom charters: sport fishing, bottom fishing, the fads, trolling for Mahi Mahi, or a relaxing day at Rottenest island- the possibilities are endless. For those wanting more, take your fishing experience to the next level, join us at either the awesome Abrolhos Islands, or the magical Montebello Islands. Extended trips to the Abrolhos Islands ...

    Mills Charters are Perth's longest established family run charter business in Perth. Specialising in deep sea day fishing, night fishing, Abrolhos Islands Fishing Holidays and Private Charters. Mills Charters are Tourism Accredited. Heading out at 6:30am daily and returning at 3.00pm Mills Charters provide an all inclusive day – breakfast, lunch, snacks and soft drinks. Your fish are gut and gilled and stored on ice ready to take home. Mills Charters have the highest catch rates in Perth. ... Read more Come down to Hillarys Harbour at 3.00pm and see the results for yourself. If you are interested in more fishing adventures, Mills Charters offer live aboard, three to five day, fishing holidays at the Abrolhos Islands. These holidays include all food, meals, snacks and refreshments as well as expert Crew to take you to the best fishing grounds. Mills Charters offer private charters for Rottnest Island, Carnac Island and River Cruises. If you have a special occasion they can host your wedding, ...

    Whale Watching

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mills Charters operate whale watching cruises aboard the Aussie Warrior vessel. With a capacity of 64 people this vessel allows us to give you a sensational viewing platform with the large open deck (complete with sun coverage) and the large bow area to the front. We try to make our charters fun and informative with some quirky facts about whales as we go. Whale Watching is part of our core business and we love what we do! We are passionate about the Marine environment and give all our customers a memorable experience. Mills Charters have a unique underwater microphone so not only can you see the whales, but when weather permits you can actually hear them! Either call or email to make your booking. Adult $80 Concession $65 (Pensioners Only) Family Pass $220 (2 adults + 2 children-under 18) Additional children within a family pass $45 Child $55 (ages 1-11) Child $65 (ages 12-17) Group Discount 4px or more $55 (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday only) 12px or more $55 (Saturday & Sunday)

    Kerem Adventure Camp is a 130 bed group accommodation site with a unique rustic charm and an “a million miles away” atmosphere thanks to the natural Redgum bush setting, Jarrah weatherboard buildings, big skies, native birds and the lush green lawn that surrounds the campsite. The Camp is suitable for medium to large group bookings and while it boasts “the best camp food ever!”, groups can also use the well equipped kitchen to cater for themselves. The Camp is made up of five accommodation ... Read more huts, an ablutions building and the ‘U-Hut’, a large U-shaped building that houses the camp kitchen, dining hall, meeting hall and recreation area. Kerem Adventure Camp offers a wide range of activities including archery, volley ball, basket ball, a swimming pool, bush walks, team building and so much more. The Camp is also located just 2 minutes away by bus, or a short 20 minute bush walk from Outback Splash, one of Perth’s premier theme park attractions featuring a wide range of activities ...

    Scouting builds character, resilience, leadership and team skills with lots of fun and adventure. From 6 years old in Joeys, from 8 years old in Cubs, from 11 years old in Scouts and from 15 years old in Venturers, all of our Boys and Girls have enormous fun learning and experiencing adventure under the supervision of trained and enthusiastic leaders.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Loving the scouting journey.

    28-06-2016 by Alison Harvey

    My son has attended Hampton Park Scouts for the past 7 years and it has become part of his life and who he is. He has experienced a huge range of diverse activities and has developed self confidence and skills as a result. I am confident it will be a lifetime committment for him. In fact, we were so impressed that I ended up joining in too, as a leader. Come on down - you won't be disappointed

    Orienteering is a cross-country navigation sport. Participants use a map and compass to find their way around a marked course, traditionally on foot and in the bush although newer orienteering disciplines involve metropolitan areas, mountain biking or even skiing. Orienteering is a sport for all ages and abilities. All events have a variety of courses ranging from the 1km string course where toddlers can follow a string between checkpoints, to courses of up to 12km of technically difficult cross-country ... Read more navigation. Children, families and groups can enjoy some exercise and a fun outdoor challenge. The best way to find out more about orienteering is to come along to any event! Speak to the friendly volunteers about how to get started, come along to a beginner’s briefing before an event, enjoy yourself in the outdoors and get involved in a fun, healthy activity.

    Spooks in the Park

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Spooooooky!!! Be very, very careful. It's Spook season! Hyde Park will be overrun with ghosts, goblins and ghouls on Saturday 31 October 2015 for our very first Spooks in the Park, a popular Halloween event in Perth. Follow a map to find lots of ghostly games to play including a Zombie Run, the Dreaded Spiders Web and the Spooky grove. Every spook will take home their very own show bag containing an assortment of spooky things! Starting out from the main Gazebo at Hyde Park this event for 6-12 year olds is all shivery fun! Entry is $5.50 per little monster! To enter click here. So what to expect? Come to the park 10 minutes before your start wave all dressed up for a spooky time in the park. You don't have to dress up but it is more fun that way! Your little monsters, ghouls and ghosts require at least one parent or guardian with them during the days activities. You will all be given a map to help you get from one game to the next. Expect to play some fun games such as Skull Coconut Shy and Monster Mash, there will be a Zombie run as well! For every game you complete you get a special punch on your map. Once you have played each game you can finish and receive your Halloween goody-bag! Please note there is very limited parking near Hyde park. We recommend to take public transport or park in the city and walk in to Hyde Park. Entries are limited to 500, get in quick, don't you miss out! Tickets cost just $5.50 per child. Tickets must be bought in advance if you want your goody bag!

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Orienteering: Bush Series

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    OWA's primary series of bush orienteering events are held most Sunday mornings from May to September in various locations. In WA, orienteering is held mostly in open bush areas with contour and rock features, with some events held in open farmland areas with more complex rock detail. All events (including the state orienteering league and state championships) are open to the general public as well as members. While pre-entry is available for some events, participants are always able to enter on the day. Courses range in distance from 2 - 12km, and in navigational difficulty from very easy to hard. Instructors are available at each event to guide newcomers through the registration process and help you get started on the right course for your level of ability and fitness. Families and groups are welcome. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30 km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Mountain Bike Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Mountain bike orienteering (MTBO) is a navigation sport suitable for participants of all ages and abilities. Like foot orienteering, the idea is to navigate your way around a series of checkpoints (controls) using a map and compass. Unlike foot orienteering, the idea is to ride a bike! The main difference is that in Australia, mountain bikes have to stay on tracks, so the style of navigation can be quite different to the cross-country navigation used in foot orienteering. Several courses are available, ranging from 10-30km in length. At the top end of the field, competitors need good technical bike handling skills and the ability to navigate at speed. However, the shorter courses are easily achievable by beginners, non-mountain bikers and families. Junior(<21),full-time student, Concession $10 Adult $20 Group (2-5 participants) $30 Group (2 junior/concession) $20

    Nav Dash

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Nav Dash events, Orienteering WA's Sprint Orienteering Series are short distance (2-3.5 km's), usually held in a small, compact area with complex features, such as the buildings and passages of a university campus. While the navigation skills required are relatively easy – even for novices – at a slow jog or walking pace, the more serious competitors try to run their course at high speed. This makes the navigation much more demanding and it is easy to make small mistakes of a few seconds, which makes all the difference in these fast events! There will be several events in the 2015 Nav Dash Series at regular intervals during Autumn and Winter, culminating in the State Sprint Championships later in the year.

    Nav Dash

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Nav Dash events, Orienteering WA's Sprint Orienteering Series are short distance (2-3.5 km's), usually held in a small, compact area with complex features, such as the buildings and passages of a university campus. While the navigation skills required are relatively easy – even for novices – at a slow jog or walking pace, the more serious competitors try to run their course at high speed. This makes the navigation much more demanding and it is easy to make small mistakes of a few seconds, which makes all the difference in these fast events! There will be several events in the 2015 Nav Dash Series at regular intervals during Autumn and Winter, culminating in the State Sprint Championships later in the year.

    Nav Dash

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Nav Dash events, Orienteering WA's Sprint Orienteering Series are short distance (2-3.5 km's), usually held in a small, compact area with complex features, such as the buildings and passages of a university campus. While the navigation skills required are relatively easy – even for novices – at a slow jog or walking pace, the more serious competitors try to run their course at high speed. This makes the navigation much more demanding and it is easy to make small mistakes of a few seconds, which makes all the difference in these fast events! There will be several events in the 2015 Nav Dash Series at regular intervals during Autumn and Winter, culminating in the State Sprint Championships later in the year.

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    The Metro Series is held in and around metropolitan parks and reserves throughout the suburbs of Perth. Events are held most Saturday evenings between November and February, when it is too hot for running in the bush by day. Various courses are available, ranging from 3-8 km in length. Saturday 21-Nov-15 Atwell (Metro Series 2015-16) Kulgun 225 Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 28-Nov-15 Bassendean (Metro Series 2015-16) LOST Park and street orienteering Saturday 05-Dec-15 Ballajura Lakeshore (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 12-Dec-15 Harrisdale (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 09-Jan-16 Halls Head (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 16-Jan-16 Dalkeith (Metro Series 2015-16) Wullundigong Orienteers of the West Park and street orienteering Saturday 23-Jan-16 Star Swamp (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 30-Jan-16 Heirisson Island (Metro Series 2015-16) Bibbulmun Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 06-Feb-16 City Beach North (Metro Series 2015-16) Wullundigong Orienteers of the West Park and street orienteering Saturday 13-Feb-16 Mullaloo (Metro Series 2015-16) Wullundigong Orienteers of the West Park and street orienteering Saturday 20-Feb-16 Manning (Metro Series 2015-16) Kulgun 225 Orienteers Park and street orienteering Saturday 27-Feb-16 Swanbourne (Metro Series 2015-16) LOST Park and street orienteering These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers before each event.

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers.

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    MetrO Series - Orienteering

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    These family and runner-friendly events are easily achievable by anyone who can read a street map, and with a mass start at 5pm are over in time for you to enjoy your Saturday evening! These events attract many regular participants, both members and non-members, and there is a briefing for newcomers

    Perth Go Surf offers group and private surfing lessons, beginner and intermediate surfing certificate courses, surfing guide trips, team building, surfing awareness for kids, adults, parties, school groups, mothers, backpackers and corporates. Large groups can be accommodated. Perth Go Surf is owned and run by a father and son team, Andy and Tom “Bomber” Johnston. Andy is a veteran of the sport with over 35 years of surfing experience and has surfed all over the world. His passion and love for ... Read more the sport lead naturally into teaching his son Tom “Bomber” Johnston to surf at a very young age (basically before he could walk). Bomber has since travelled extensively around the globe, surfing and teaching surfing to people from all walks of life. He’s been surfing since he can remember, has represented Western Australia in the sport and has been coaching surfing for 10 years. Bomber, Andy and the GoSurf team are all accredited surfing instructors, holding surf rescue, and senior first ...

    Welcome to Perth’s highest and most realistic indoor rock climbing centre. PWR Urban Ascent offers a safe and enjoyable environment for the complete beginner through to the experienced climber. PWR Urban Ascent is open for public admission from 4:00pm-9:30pm midweek and 10:00 am - 5:00pm on Saturdays,, also taking group bookings upon request outside of these times. We offer private functions, team building, instruction and fitness sessions, and Perths only simulated Ice climbing wall. For any ... Read more questions or queries you may have regarding the climbing gym and what services it has to offer you, feel free to contact us.

    Suitable for adults and children Laser Corps have been running Outdoor Laser Tag games in Perth for over 14 yrs. Choose from venues in Swan Valley, Bibra Lake and Kalamunda. We are also Mobile to backyards, local parks, halls etc Some of the many reasons to choose Laser Corps- 1) Choice of venues and battlefields Our Swan Valley venue is Perth’s only resort based battlefield. With onsite coffee shop, restaurant or brewery. Picnic tables s(et under camouflage netting) are available for after ... Read more game celebrations. The battlefield is every boy's dream with bunkers, hut, creeks, bridges to defend, a village to storm and lots more. All fenced almost trees on the banks of the Swan river. Our Bibra Lake venue is located next to Adventure World. This battlefield features dense native woodland supplemented with forts and gun pits to offer an environment where you can employ stealth, communication, movement coordination and teamwork to fully experience the fun of a combat sport. A party ...

    Sydney’s only Purpose Built Junior Golf Academy Our objective is to show the many life skills their youngster will learn through learning golf in our academy. Through FUN, structured learning and milestones we show your child that GOLF really does ROCK! It’s a sport they can play together as individuals or as a team. We provide: Before and After School Class & Care, After School Class Only, Weekend Classes, School Holiday Camps, Little Rockers (2-5yrs) and Golf Birthday Parties Our facilities ... Read more are Indoor Golf Rocks Kids Academy Studio, Practice fairway, Chipping green, Putting green, 9 hole golf course with kids tees

    Scouts WA is a branch of Scouts Australia. Scouts Australia is the largest youth development organisation in Australia with around 70,000 members, and provides young Australians aged 6 to 25 with a wide range of opportunities to grow through adventure. It also provides many opportunities for families and adults from our community to be involved in Scouting with Leadership and adult helper opportunities available. Today’s Scouts can take part in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, ... Read more from ‘traditional Scouting skills’ such as camping and bushcraft, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, overnight hiking, rafting, canoeing, canyoning, snow activities, rock climbing, sailing… even flying! Scouts can get involved in performing arts, leadership development, community service, amateur radio operation, environmental projects, large-scale Australian events such as Cuborees, Jamborees and Ventures, international events, and service projects in developing ...

    Climb at Perth's best indoor rock climbing centre where all experience levels are welcome from ages 4+. Our instructors will teach you to climb with a complimentary induction for all new climbers when you arrive. We want to make sure you are climbing safe and having fun during your visit. Kids and adult courses available and discount entry during school holidays for children and parents. Courses to help you train, develop your skills and techniques for climbing and our ever popular lead course ... Read more will give you the skills to get started outdoors. We have loads of free parking and a great cafe for yummy food, juices and coffee. Adults Classes: Fundamental Skills & Techniques for Climbing Lead Climbing Course Summit Academy - training and fitness class Kids Classes: Youth Climbing - Kids Club (term based) School Holiday Program - 3 day kids course Kids Party venue - host your party at our centre with full catering available and function room to use. All you need to do is ...

    Come visit Perth’s largest indoor rock climbing centre, where climbers of all skill levels and ages can enjoy climbing in a safe and friendly environment. OPEN 7 DAYS! Mon-Fri 12 noon to 10pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 6pm. No experience necessary. Full safety induction provided. •Climb as long as you want for the one low price. No time limits. •Very competitive prices to enable as many people as possible to be able to enjoy the mental, emotional and physical benefits of climbing. •Free ... Read more entry and harness hire for belayers (friend or family member who holds the rope for you while you climb). Plenty of free parking, day and night. •Air conditioned and insulated for year round comfort. •EFTPOS available. •WA’s longest established indoor climbing facility, featuring some of Perth’s newest climbing walls. •Book a birthday party or group event and receive great discounts. •Great Whole Bean Coffee, tea & hot chocolate, plus cold drinks, snacks and sports specific ...

    • 43 Raeside Drive, Landsdale, WA 6065
    • 10-20 km from Tamala Park

    Perth Bus Hire makes hiring a bus in Perth easy. Hire large busses and mini buses in the greater Perth area, busses available 24/7, please make bookings during regular business hours.

    Outdoor & Adventure Bush Walking

    The club organizes bushwalks, camps, cycle rides and related activities that are suitable for families with children of all ages.

    Outdoor & Adventure Outdoor & Adventure School Holiday Activities

    Teamworks Development Australia has a range of on ground and off ground personal and team challenges located at our HBF Stadium and Silver Valley Byford facilities. We can cater to a broad range of age groups and activities.

    We are Archery WA's "Come "N Try" facility open to the public & anybody 8 years & over. Opening in 2002, we provide equipment, coaching, a practice range & 10 target course, suitable for all ages, birthday parties, social groups, schools, family fun days & corporate groups that want to have a go at archery! Located in the International Shooting Complex in the serene Whiteman Park grounds, we can be found off Beechboro Road North, nestled amongst the kangaroos & gumtrees!

    SCHOOL HOLIDAY EXTENDED OPENING TIMES

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    The Archery Park will be open for additional days during the April school holidays, so you have even more opportunities to have a go at archery!

    Other related businesses in and around Tamala Park (within 50km)

    Town of Claremont's Freshwater Bay Museum is a local community history museum that was established in 1975. The building is the original Freshwater Bay School, which was built in 1862, and later became a place of worship, a boarding house and a police station. Funded by the Town of Claremont the museum collects, preserves, interprets and exhibits the cultural heritage of Claremont and the Freshwater Bay area. In addition to permanent displays the museum holds themed temporary exhibitions on a regular ... Read more basis. The museum offers a popular education program to schools and holds interactive family friendly events. A historic boatshed is also on display on the foreshore and highlights the community's important connection to the Swan River. It is situated in Mrs Herbert's Park on the shore of picturesque Freshwater Bay.

    Leeuwin's Youth Explorer Voyages Packed with adventure and sailing activities, voyages aboard the Leeuwin are a great way to push your personal limits and overcome challenges. Leeuwin is a working ship, so during the voyage you will be part of all ship operations, from steering the ship, setting and furling the sails, navigating and cleaning the ship to climbing the masts, working aloft and standing watch while sailing through the night. Leeuwin operates under the principle of ‘challenge ... Read more by choice’: the more you are willing to challenge yourself, the more you take away from the experience. Every day aboard the Leeuwin II is unique and different. The schedule depends on sailing conditions, watch roster and ship positioning. During the last full day of the voyage, the crew will hand over control of the ship to the trainees who will nominate a replacement crew. As a group you will then chart the ship’s course and issue your own commands. The crew will only interfere if the ship’s ...

    Outdoor & Adventure Picnics

    Pop up pony parties is a family run business offering pony rides, pony cart rides, face painting and balloon twisting with themes available. Book today and make all your children's dreams come true. Covered by insurance and professional horse trainers.

    Exciting Flying Trapeze School and Bungee trampoline for everybody! Flying Trapeze workshops, parties, groups and Team Building. Frequent Flyer Cards available. Open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays 10am & 6pm workshops (Winter times 10.30am & 1pm) A training facility for complete beginners to intermediates and professionals. Come and learn the thrills of the Flying Trapeze in complete safety with trained professionals. For ages 6 years to 106 years! Bungee Trampoline 15 months and up. Boing ... Read more 6 metres high and soar into the air. Flying Trapeze Perth, a school for everyone to experience the exhilaration that comes from learning the traditional art of the Flying Trapeze. Overlooking the beautiful Swan River and Perth city from the platform. Come soar over the city and gain confidence through elation and self-belief whilst escaping the normal routines! Have fun, get fit and evolve into an exciting world of flight and teamwork. Everyone's a winner no matter their level, be trained with ...

    The Bell Tower located on Riverside Drive overlooking the picturesque Swan River is one of the most unique places to visit in Perth and must see tourist attractions. Filled with fascinating historic content and boasting a unique and distinctive design – resulting from a major architectural competition – it has become an icon for Perth and Western Australia. Visit The Bell Tower today to discover it's cultural significance, featuring the historic bells of twelve bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields ... Read more The Bell Tower also makes a unique wedding ceremony location.

    The Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation based in Fremantle, Western Australia offering experiential learning and leadership development programs to young people ages 14-25 aboard a traditional tall ship. During the summer months (November - March) the general public has an opportunity to experience the STS Leeuwin II on one of their 3-hour coastal sails. Passengers can get involved in sailing activities such as raising the sails, taking the helm and possibly even ... Read more climbing the bowsprit... or can simply sit back and enjoy the sail. All sails include light snacks and refreshments. Proceeds from these 3-hour sails support the youth development programs. 2015-16 SUMMER SAILING CALENDAR Sunday 1 November: 10am-1pm & 3-6pm Sunday 8 November: 10am-1pm Friday 20 November: 4-7pm Saturday 21 November: 11am-2pm & 4-7pm Sunday 13 December: 10am-1pm & 3-6pm Sunday 27 December: 10am-1pm & 3-6pm Monday 28 December: 11am-2pm & 4-7pm Wednesday 30 December: ...

    Sailing on the Leeuwin II takes the stress out of Xmas Shopping

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Take the guessing out of great gift ideas this Season with a 3-hour Leeuwin II Summer Sail voucher for your friends, family, staff or even your valued clients . This will provide them with a truly unique opportunity to see what it is like to be on board an 1850’s style barquentine tall ship, as well as a truly memorable experience. The 3-hour sails, departing from Fremantle, include snacks and refreshments, allowing guests to sit back, relax and enjoy the time out on the water, or actively take part in the ship’s sailing activities. To book your Christmas gift vouchers visit http://www.sailleeuwin.com/content/3-hour-coastal-sails or call (08) 9430 4105 to book your Vouchers today! Bookings need to be made in advance $99 - Adult $69 - Concession & children

    New Year's Sail on board the STS Leeuwin

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    The STS Leeuwin II is the perfect venue to look back on "the year that was" and to celebrate the year ahead. Sit sit back and relax, enjoying the thrill of night sailing along the Perth coastline. Ticket price includes nibbles and tea/coffee. To book your ticket phone our office on (08) 9430 4105 or visit our website http://www.sailleeuwin.com/ Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the sail to collect your boarding pass from the office. Please note: covered shoes must be worn Tickets are $99 for adults and $69 for concession

    Leeuwin 3-hour short sail

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    During a 3-hour short sail aboard our 1850's style barquentine ship you can choose to take part in sailing activities such as raising the sails, taking the helm and possibly even climbing the bowsprit... or you can just sit back and enjoy the sail! Whichever way you choose, sailing aboard the STS Leeuwin II is a truly unique and memorable experience. All sails depart from Fremantle and include light snacks and refreshments. Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to challenge and inspire young people to realise their personal potential and make a positive contribution to the community through our Youth Explorer Voyages. Proceeds from our 3-hour sails are reinvested into our youth development program and our ongoing commitment to the leaders of tomorrow. Book online or by telephone Adult - $99 Child (age 3-13) - $69 Student - $69 Concession - $69 Family Pass (2 adults & 2 children) - $275 Passengers must arrive 30 minutes prior to departure time. Flat enclosed-toe shoes must be worn to board the vessel.

    100s and 1000s launch open day on Leeuwin

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Fairy bread, face-painting, ship tours of the Leeuwin II, photo booths and more for just a gold coin donation! To celebrate the launch of Leeuwin's 100s and 1000s campaign we are opening the ship up for a colourful day of fun including ship tours for just a gold coin donation! Bring the family down to Fremantle and join us! DATE Saturday 17th October TIME 10 - 2pm PLACE B Berth, Victoria Quay, Fremantle COST Gold coin donation Saturday will launch our support campaign to help Leeuwin's life changing youth development program continue to run. Find out moreat the webiste Gold coin donation Parental supervision is required while children are on vessel. Leeuwin strongly recommends closed in shoes be worn for safety reasons and cannot let people aboard with heels.

    Leeuwin 3-hour Sail

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Adventure or Cruise... It's up to you!! During a 3-hour short sail aboard our 1850's style barquentine ship you can choose to take part in sailing activities such as raising the sails, taking the helm and possibly even climbing the bowsprit... or you can just sit back and enjoy the sail! Whichever way you choose, sailing aboard the STS Leeuwin II is a truly unique and memorable experience. All sails depart from Fremantle and include light snacks and refreshments. Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to challenge and inspire young people to realise their personal potential and make a positive contribution to the community through our Youth Explorer Voyages. Proceeds from our 3-hour sails are reinvested into our youth development program and our ongoing commitment to the leaders of tomorrow. To find out more about our youth voyages or to book your 3-hour sail visit our website or call our team. Adult - $99 Child (age 3-13) - $69 Student - $69 Concession - $69 Family Pass (2 adults & 2 children) - $275

    • Head Office, 12/275 Belmont Ave, Cloverdale, WA 6105
    • 30-40 km from Tamala Park

    Established in Western Australia in 1941, The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) is a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for young people in the community through the delivery of recreational and educational activities and programs. We operate in excess of 50 PCYC and Blue Light Centres throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia, as well as two camp facilities.

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