Picnic Grounds for kids in New South Wales (NSW)

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Canton Beach Paddle Shack
We offer Stand up Paddle Board Lessons and Hire, Kayak hire, Kiteboarding Lessons. Large or small group bookings available. Prices start from just $20. Perfect for family and friends with caravan parks, café, parks, picnic and BBQ facilities all together in one great water front location! Just 50 mins up the free way from Sydney
Hunter Wetlands Centre
Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia is a Haven for Wildlife and People located only 10 minutes from Newcastle & 1½ hours from Sydney. It is an internationally recognised and Ramsar listed wetlands. It is a place of education, conservation, adventure and tourism. We are a community-owned, local not-for-profit charity. Visitors can enjoy activities including dip-netting, bird watching, walking and cycle trails, canoeing, children's playground, BBQ areas, café and much more. School holiday activities ...
Our vision is to create a model for sustainable living through environmental, economic and social activity. We hope to demonstrate environmentally sustainable practices whilst protecting and enhancing the natural and scenic values. Island Quarry is fostering local arts, environment, new industries and sustainable technologies, whilst recognising and promoting valuable cultural heritage that relates to our region. In turn a unique and diverse local culture will be developed. Together, our community ...
A short, spectacular drive from Sydney, Canberra or Wollongong will bring you to a hidden valley where you'll find the Wombeyan Caves. The Wollondilly and Junction caves offer excellent all round tours with a wide variety of features, and the Figtree Cave is regarded as the state's premier self-guided cave experience. Activities include cave tours, camping, hiking, canyoning, tennis and swimming. This is also an ideal place for bird watching and photography. Opening hours: 9:00-4:30pm, daily (closed ...
At Camsley Hill City Farm you can get up close and personal with a variety of faryard and native animals. The kids will love the baby animal nursery where they can feed and pat animals including goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits ans sheep. The whole family can participate in our daily shows including the Sheep Shearing, Cow Milking, Working Dogs and Koala Information Talk. There are beautiful open spaces, covered picnic areas and free electric barbecues as well as a Cafe/Kiosk.
Western Sydney Parklands has 27 kms of walking/cycle tracks which traverse the entire length of the Parklands. In addition, we have some picturesque new loop tracks in the south at Shale Hills (Hoxton Park) and to the north at Glendenning (across Eastern Creek) which are ideal for family walks/rides.
At Copeland Tops State Conservation Area take time to explore the rare and beautiful dry rainforest, the largest accessible area in the Gloucester district. As you step over the fern covered ground and mossy rocks, you're surrounded by tall trees (strangler figs, shatterwood, yellow tulip and grey myrtle) hanging with vines. Bird's nest ferns, staghorns, elkhorns and orchids nestle amongst the rocks and in the trees.
Palm Grove Centre is a spectacular glass & stone building, located in the heart of the Royal Botanic Gardens. The Garden Shop offers Sydney’s finest range of horticultural, botanical and general gardening books with a particular emphasis on Australian native plants. The book room offers a place to relax and read through our books in window seats with a view into the Garden which surround the shop. We also carry a large range of books relating to botanic illustration, bush regeneration, cooking, ...
Woody Head offers a superb unspoiled seaside panorama, stretching for 28 km to Evans Head. There is a kiosk along with plenty of picnic sites and beach access points nearby, and there's a boat ramp at the camping ground. You can go fishing, snorkelling or look for interesting sea life on the rocky platforms and shallow reefs. Discovery activities are also regularly held. All sites are unpowered. A group camping area is available, with an under cover area and fireplace. Amenities are wheelchair accessible, ...
Beautiful area, child unfriendly operators

09-07-2012

Magnificent national park, beaches and bushland. Appalling campground management, the new operators have changed the size of the tent sites to allow small dome type tents only. Larger frame or multi dome type family tents will not fit in the areas allowed. Also beware of the camp ground operator/manager. We found him to be very interfering and officious. In order to have an enjoyable time we needed to be very aware of his extensive and sometimes random set of rules. In spite of all attempts to stay out of the manager's way he reduced several of the children in our group to tears berating them for rule infractions while they were playing. In all an interesting spot with only one blight.

Come, look, see and learn about wildflowers, archaeology, landforms, Indigenous culture, pastoralism, park and water management. A must! Tag-Along with rangers into areas of Ledknapper Nature Reserve, normally restricted to the public. Gain personal insight into the reserve, its history, function and future. Please bring a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, food and water and your n vehicle. To participate in this tour you will need your own high clearance 4WD vehicle, and we also suggest a UHF radio. ...
Attraction - Natural Attractions, Sports and Recreation Unspoilt beaches, littoral rainforest and fascinating estuaries offer an ideal setting for family activities. Canoeing is the best way to explore Bonville and Pine Creeks, from the Sawtell boat ramp. Alternatively, you can enjoy an easy walk from Tuckers Rocks. Nearby Sawtell offers accommodation and camping in a bush setting, at Sawtell Reserve. 10 kilometres south of Coffs Harbour, from Sawtell or via Tuckers Rock Road (unsealed) from Repton, ...
Located in World Heritage Nightcap National Park, Protesters Falls is a must see while exploring the Lismore Hinterland. The easy walk from Terania Creek Picnic Area winds its way through the bangalow palm forest to the base of the falls. Swimming is not permitted in the area as it is home to the endangered Fleay's barred frog. Protestors Falls and Terania Creek is home to the first successful anti logging protest in 1979.
he combination of forested ridges, rocky spires and domes, deep gorges and plenty of camping and visitor facilities make the Warrumbungles one of the state's most popular national parks. In spring the sandstone areas of the park often produce remarkable displays of wildflowers such as wattles, peas and heaths. You can see koalas, eastern grey kangaroos, wallaroos and emus. It is an ideal destination for bushwalkers, pack campers, photographers and birdwatchers, or those who simply enjoy watching ...
This regional park near Minmi is only 3 minutes from the F3 and 14km west of the Newcastle CBD. It's an ideal location to enjoy a picnic or barbecue in a bushland setting with large open spaces for the kids to enjoy. A themed playground reflects the mining history of the Minmi area. Seating and shelters allow parents to watch the children playing, and an observation deck overlooks the large maze. A number of easy-grade walking tracks provide pleasant strolls as they wind their way to historic Minmi ...
The Barrenjoey Headland stands across Pittwater from the main park section just north of Palm Beach on the outer reaches of suburban Sydney. Built of the attractive Hawkesbury sandstone at Barrenjoey Head, the Barrenjoey Lighthouse was the third light on the headland and was completed in 1881. From Barrenjoey Lighthouse you can look back on Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Broken Bay, or up and down the coastline north of Sydney. The lighthouse can only be accessed by a one kilometre walk along ...
This nature reserve is managed to preserve its wonderful diversity of plants and animals for scientific and educational purposes. Each spring, it puts on one of Sydney's most vibrant natural floral shows, including native orchids, bright pink eriostemons, purple boronias and towering Gymea lilies.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is where the Hawkesbury River meets the sea: a tight cluster of secretive, winding creeks, sheltered beaches, hidden coves and wide expanses of deep blue water. You'll find heathlands on the sandstone ridges, dense forests on the slopes, and mangroves on the tidal mudflats. The park's scenic beauty is combined with a rich Aboriginal heritage and a strong sense of history. So it's hardly surprising that millions of walkers, boaters, swimmers and picnickers have visited ...
This is a popular camping and picnicking spot just south of Glenbrook. The grassy clearing is well known for its population of eastern grey kangaroos, and the beautiful Nepean River gorge is close by. Picnic facilities are also available nearby at Redgum, Red Hands and The Oaks picnic areas, and Hawkesbury Lookout. Unless you have an annual pass, you'll need to buy a $7 vehicle day pass for each day you stay here. You can bring your own drinking water, or fill up from a tap near the ranger station ...
Lizard Log Picnic ground features a state-of-the-art, innovative Children's Nature and Water Playground. Larger group platform/picnic shelters - 3 x 16 people, 3 x 32 people, 2 x 64 people Smaller group picnic shelters - 6 x 8 people Children's Nature Playground with interactive water feature and double flying fox. 24 Free BBQs, 1 x large heat bead cooking area and heat bead disposal bin.
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