Cultural Dancing Activities for Kids - Narrabarba (2551)

the Far South Coast, the Illawarra & South Coast Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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The Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre is a hands-on interactive visitor information centre where you can learn and discover the local marine environment. Experience our: * Aquariums with exciting local species * Touch tank – get up close and personal with a sea star and anemone * Theatrette showcasing locally produced marine videos * Games and activities for pre-school and primary school students * Microscopes, hands on displays and information on the biology and geology of the Sapphire ...

Green Cape Road, Eden, NSW 2551 5-10 km from Narrabarba

The coastal walking track is nearby, as well as places for fishing, swimming, snorkelling and diving. You'll need to bring your own firewood to this camping ground. Fees Camping fees: $10 per adult per night. $5 per child per night. Vehicle entry fee: $7 per vehicle per day. No caravans. Bookings: Bookings are essential during Christmas and Easter school holidays. Easter bookings open at 12am on 1 February and Christmas bookings open at 12am on 1 August each year. You can apply for bookings by ...
Sapphire Aquatic Centre
Sapphire Aquatic Centre is a year round facility which features a 25 metre lap pool, multi purpose pool and toddler splash pool with water features. The centre also has a fully equipped gym, child minding facilities, kiosk as well as an outdoor fitness station and playground plus 16 scheduled group fitness classes per week.

Cnr Sapphire Coast and Merimbula Drv, Merimbula, NSW 2548 25-50 km from Narrabarba

The park has sandy surf beaches, rugged bays, rock platforms, quiet campgrounds, sheltered inlets and historic lighthouses. Its heathlands and forests are home to a variety of plants and animals, including threatened species such as the ground parrot, eastern bristlebird, hooded plover, yellow-bellied glider and long-nosed potoroo.In this park, vehicle entry fees are $7 per vehicle per day. Throughout the park there are self-registration locations to pay the fee.
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