Cultural Dancing Venues for Kids - Pooncarie (2648)

the Murray Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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Studio in Curlewis St, Swan Hill, VIC 3585 more than 200 km from Pooncarie

Strike A Pose Dance Studio offers a range of dance classes in a fun, friendly and respectful envirnoment. New classes in 2016 - 'Mums/Dads and Bubs" for 1-5 years, "50 Moves" for the over 50 age group. Please contact Natasha for more details.

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Sturt Hwy, Balranald, NSW 2715 100-150 km from Pooncarie

Discover fascinating chapters of our natural, pastoral and Aboriginal heritage with a visit to Yanga National Park, one of the state's newest national parks. From Aboriginal families to explorers and pioneers, shearers and rabbit trappers, fisherman and campers - people have been visiting Yanga for thousands of years, now it's your turn! Picnic with the family, or unwind for a week and enjoy a choice of settings, complemented by an array of new visitor facilities. Nestled along the 170km of Murrumbidgee ...

Boree Plains Gol Gol Road, Balranald, NSW 2715 100-150 km from Pooncarie

The Willandra Lakes World Heritage area, with Mungo National Park at its centre, maintains a continuous record of human occupation stretching back well over 40,000 years. Rain and wind has uncovered ancient fireplaces and hearths, as well as calcified plant matter, artefacts, stone tools and animal bones. At the 33 kilometre long crescent of the Walls of China, erosion has sculpted the sand and clay into dramatic formations.
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