Picnics for Kids - Yarramundi (2753)

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

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picnics for Kids - greater than 5km from Yarramundi (2753)

end of Bruce Road, Glenbrook, NSW 2773 10-25 km from Yarramundi

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 ...

Other Outdoor & Adventure Activities for Kids - in and around Yarramundi (2753) (within 5km)

Trees Adventure (Grose River Park)
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 ...

Other Outdoor & Adventure Activities for Kids - greater than 5km from Yarramundi (2753)

The aim of the Summer holiday programs is to help alleviate some of the pressures for parents and getting the children out of the house, positively connecting with other young people in an active, energetic, safe environment during the January school break. We see this as a great opportunity to help and serve families in the western sydney area. This year we are hosting the program in three locations: - Penrith - Blacktown - Mount Druitt Each day will have a positive focus such as: Control, ...
Misty Ridge Equestrian Centre
Misty Ridge Equestrian Centre is dedicated to helping everyone reach their equestrian goals. We provide Riding Lessons and specialize in beginner and nervous riders and believe that learning to ride, promotes confidence, self-esteem, balance and co-ordination. Not to mention a great social life to boot! Lesson Prices 1hr Private $70 1hr Group $60 1/2hr Private $35 1/2hr Tiny Tots Pony Rides $20 *discounts apply if paid in full by month or school term contact to find out more... 5 Day Holiday ...
The Climbing Centre has everything you need for indoor and outdoor climbing. Our staff will teach you how to do everything you need to know to start climbing. We have climbing for beginners and experts. Climb for as long as you want. No time limits! Have your birthday party with us. We have a snack bar and espresso coffee available. Our gear shop is stocked with the latest equipment at great prices. Our experienced staff take the time to find out what you need and make sure you get what you want. ...
We are an indoor rock climbing centre with the sole purpose to train and develop young people to become proficient and confident climbers. We offer Kids and Youth training every Thursday nights from 6pm to 8pm (Bookings required). Birthday Party Venues. If you are looking for something exciting to do for your kid's birthday, indoor rock climbing is just the activity for your active kids. We have lots of fun climbs here for them to explore and challenge themselves. An area with Tables and Benches ...
Score 5 from 1 review(s)

Mulgoa Rd, C/O Panthers Leagues Club, Penrith, NSW 2750 10-25 km from Yarramundi

Fantastic place to take the family

11-04-2016

We love this place, a group of friends and I have been bringing our kids here for many years. Apart from the wake boarding which is awesome fun, there is a great cafe, park, jumping pillow and water play area. The kids absolutely love it, and so do we as we can sit and have a nice coffee while the kids play happily right in front of us. Free entry, can bring a picnic, what more do you need!?

The Great Western Highway (There are many entry points to the park along this road), Bells Line of Road (to get to Mt Wilson areas), Katoomba, NSW 2780 10-25 km from Yarramundi

More than three million people come to Blue Mountains National Park each year. For many it's enough just to find a lookout and gaze across the park's chiselled sandstone outcrops and hazy blue forests. Others walk or cycle along the cliff-tops and in the valleys, following paths that were created for Victorian-era honeymooners, or discovered by Aboriginal hunters many thousands of years ago. Over 140km of walking tracks of all grades (some accessible for people with a disability) in diverse settings ...

Serendipity Canyon Tour

From 01-01-2015 To 31-12-2016

Serendipity is one of the most delightful of canyons, and is suitable for those with little abseil or canyon experience. Serendipity offers a variety of forest experiences – exploring and experiencing ...

Follow the Comleroy Road, off Bells Line of Road, Kurmond, NSW 2757 10-25 km from Yarramundi

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 ...

Other Kids Activities - in and around Yarramundi (2753) (within 5km)

Nepean Physical Culture Club
FIRST LESSON FREE TO NEW MEMBERS!!! The Nepean Physie Club has been running for approx. 22 years and is part of the Bjelke Petersen School of Physical Culture. We pride ourselves on being a friendly club with a strong sense of team spirit. Physical Culture, or Physie, is a sport for girls and women from 3 years up which aims to build confidence, good posture, strength, fitness and flexibility through exercise. Our choreography is designed to teach the relationship of movement to music, rhythm, co-ordination, ...

Nepean Physie returns for 2014

From 01-01-2015 To 31-12-2016

Nepean Physical Culture Club returns for 2014. Physie is an inexpensive dance sport for girls and ladies of all ages, that promotes fitness, posture, poise, co-ordination, confidence and friendships that ...

Melody Shakers is an interactive children’s concert that is presented by entertainer and musician Dave Thurlow. Through the use of music and movement, Dave delivers an experience that will engage children, get them moving and make them laugh. Shows are designed to entertain and engage children of a variety of ages and are suitable for parties, vacation care, open days, fetes, corporate and family friendly events.
Score 3.67 from 3 review(s)

Springwood Rd, Yarramundi, NSW 2753

Awesome

11-09-2014

My son just loves camp. The staff are wonderful and very supportive. The giant swing is his favourite. He wants to work there when he grows up.

Our kids love it!

09-09-2014

Our kids have gone to Camp Yarramundi every holidays for the past 4 years. They love it. They love the staff and the food. But it is a camp, they do outdoorsy things and they get dirty - it's not a five star hotel. We love that they come home each time with new experiences and new friends, and a new sense of independence. Staff are always helpful and happy to chat during the camp to let us know how the kids are going.

A terrible experience

15-07-2013

My son and his friend went to the Yarramundi school holiday camp in July 2013. They both came back quite traumatised by the experience. The kids were forced to undertake activities that they did not want to do despite the literature saying the campers could choose the activities they wanted to participate in. They had to do "Boot Camp" activities and were then penalised because some people in the group played up. There was no hot water and they had to have cold showers in the middle of winter and were housed with several children that they thought appeared to have some social problems. They thought the food was poor with some dishes such as a manufactured chicken dish and powdered egg for breakfast. The cost was expensive for what they received. We sent our son to the camp expecting him to have a pleasant five days but it was far from that. Highly not recommended.

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