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Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park

2375 Peats Ridge Road, cnr Darkinjung Road, Calga NSW 2250

Experience a bush “Christmas in July” Wild Sleep Out at Walkabout Park with ranger-led nocturnal animal interactions, Christmas tree and Santa, Christmas bush-dinner, hot gluwein around the campfire, 3m x 3m tent and all camping equipment, hot showers and breakfast included. Adults $200. Children (age 3 to 17) $100. Family sharing a tent (2 adults & 3 children) $400.
Christmas in July at Walkabout Park
Every Saturday night in July 2011 is Christmas at Walkabout Park
With a Christmas tree, hot “gluwein” (spiced mulled wine) and hot chocolate around the campfire, a bush Christmas buffet and a visit from Santa plus lots more Christmas fare, what could be more Christmassy than this?
After lots of Christmas animal action, and warm from the food and drink and the campfire, retire to your comfortable 3m x 3m tent. All camping equipment is provided, and there are hot showers!
Wake up to the sounds of the bush as the animals emerge to join you for breakfast - literally.
Program runs from 5:30pm Day 1 to 9:30am Day 2 and you’re welcome to stay in the park until 5pm. Prices include all ranger-led activities, tents, sleeping gear, dinner, breakfast and Christmas fun.
Adults - $200 | Children aged 3 to 17 - $100 Family 2 Adults + 3 Children sharing 1 tent - $400
 

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Marramarra National Park

Canoelands Road, Canoelands NSW 2157
Marramarra National Park is one of the Hawkesbury's best-kept secrets and has to be among the most exciting national parks in the country. Hidden away in the northern outskirts of Sydney at the junction of Hawkesbury River and Berowra Creek, it's a peaceful pocket of Aussie bush on Sydney's doorstep, just waiting to be explored. It's so close to ... Visit website for more info
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Canoelands Orchard

27 Canoelands Road, Canoelands NSW 2157
At Canoelands Orchard they produce their own honey and run Hive Honey Tours. They also do farm walks and technical farm tours. Throughout the season 'pick your own fruit' is available - peaches, nectarines and plums in November and December. Please see their website for more information and pricing. Canoelands Orchard is located just one hour from Sydney. Products available are raw honey, seasonal stonefruit, handmade jewellery, beeswax candles, jams, chutney, coffee, picnic area, tours and more.
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Canoelands Ridge walking track

Unnamed Road, Canoelands NSW 2157
10km (one way) - 8 hour - Medium difficulty There's no better way to experience the beauty of Marramarra than by spending the day exploring Canoelands Ridge walking track on foot. The 10km walk to Gentlemans Halt takes you through constantly changing vegetation and right in to the heart of this secluded pocket of bushland in the northern outskirts of Sydney. See spectacular ridge-top colours of iconic Hawkesbury ... Visit website for more info
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Mill Creek picnic area

Mill Creek Road, Gunderman NSW 2775
This lovely grassy picnic area is the perfect place to stop to enjoy the peace and beauty of Dharug National Park. Set up your picnic at one of the tables, there are wood barbecues available at the adjacent campground if you'd like to cook.
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Dharug National Park

Roses Road, Gunderman NSW 2775
Dharug National Park covers rugged bushland just north of the Hawkesbury river, with dramatic sandstone cliffs and a variety of natural habitats. It's the perfect place to escape to on a daytrip or for a weekend getaway.
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Popran National Park

Popran Road, Glenworth Valley NSW 2250
Take a step back in time and visit the incredible Popran National Park. From hiking to mountain biking, and horse riding to fishing, there's plenty to do in this iconic Australian setting. Boasting 4km of Hawkesbury river foreshore, you can paddle through the mangroves, enjoy a spot of fishing and smell the coastal banksia.
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Bear Grylls Survival Academy

Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures, Glenworth Valley NSW 2250
24 Hour Adult Courses and 24 Hour Family Courses will be offered for participants looking to learn the ultimate in self-rescue skills from the world's most recognised face of survival and outdoor adventure. Both courses are designed to put enrolees' new found skills to the test and, under the guidance of Bear's expert team, will be taught techniques including learning to forage, identifying animal runs, wilderness first aid, cooking wild game, navigation by day and night, building emergency shelters, stalking, self-protection in the wild from attacks and tying knots among much more. The Academy has been designed by Bear Grylls and his close team of highly trained experts. These instructors will guide participants through this gruelling 24 hour course. Each course requires courage, awareness, physical fitness and above all determination which will be key to completing the course.

Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park

2375 Peats Ridge Road, Calga NSW 2250
Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park is the only wildlife sanctuary in New South Wales with both free-roaming Australian animals and ancient Aboriginal rock art sites! Walk alongside kangaroos, emus and wallabies. Meet flying-foxes, echidnas and Tasmanian devils. See bilbies and baby crocodiles. Experience ranger guided Aboriginal heritage and bush tucker and bush medicine tours. Interact with mammals and reptiles in daily shows. Free photos with friendly koalas, wombats, dingoes, and pythons. Turn a memorable experience into an unforgettable one with a Wild Sleep Out. Guided by the rangers, meet the nocturnal animals, enjoy a bush tucker barbecue, toast marshmallows around the campfire while listening to Dreamtime stories, sleep out in comfort under canvas and wake to a bush breakfast. Bring the kids for active birthday parties, school excursions and holiday programs. There are beautiful picnic areas, a kiosk style cafe, and a range of delicious catering options for group activities available. ...

Lost Paradise Festival

Glenworth Valley, Glenworth Valley NSW 2250
A more than unique New Years experience set in a lush green grove, this boutique festival is crafted to pamper and provoke with plush glamping in painted teepees, experiential art activations, tongue tantalising long table feasts, wild and weird circus acts, a spa fresh as seabreeze, and music divine. Release your grip on reality or perhaps the grip reality has on you. The Lost Paradise Festival is 6000 beautiful humans embracing new experiences, community and creativity, tucked away in beautiful Glenworth Valley which is just an hour north of Sydney city....