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Worimi Sand Dunes Quad Bike Tour
"The 1-hour quad bike tour caters for ages 7 years and up and allows you to ride safely from bush to beach on a 400cc quad bike whilst taking in the magnificent 360’ degree views of the sweeping coastline. Your experienced guides will provide you with hands-on bike familiarisations and a riding safely induction no experience is necessary.  The tour will also provide an insight into the Aboriginal and European history of the land and seasonal exposure to local bush foods and medicines. After leaving the staging area you'll ride over the maintained tracks through coastal grassland and scrub to get to the dunes. Your guide will then take you over more and more challenging sand dunes up and down. The large sand dunes can be from 40-100 feet high."""
From AUD88.00
 
"1.5-Hour Aboriginal Culture
1_5 Hour Aboriginal Culture and Sand Boarding Quad Bike Tour"After receiving a hands-on bike familiarisations and a riding safely induction from your experienced guide set of on your quad bike tour of theWorimi Sand Dunes the largest coastal sand dunes in the southern hemisphere. Stopping atop the high dunes you'll be provided with a 360’ view of the lands and receive a verbal presentation of the traditional occupation and uses of the land. Fresh water lagoons and midden sites (tool and burial sites) can be spied from this vantage point. The presentat you'll be guided past each of the noted attractions however; the time restriction for this experience does allow a ‘hands-on’ experience (can vary from time to time). Your tour Includes a hands-on experience at the Midden/Tool making sites digging for fresh water and bush foods and medicines contained within the area
From AUD135.00
 
"Port Stephens Bush
Bush Beach and Sand Dune Passenger Tour"Buckle up and experience driving across the famous Stockton Sand Dunes with your driver guide to see the hidden secrets of Port Stephens that only the locals know. Sandboard on some of the best sand dunes and enjoy the 360-degree views.Visit T like Samurai Little Rocky Birubi and the Sand Dunes. Experience the largest mobile sand dunes in the southern hemisphere in the comfort of our 4WD 7 Seater air conditioned vehicles. Large and Small groups are always welcome.Have a laugh with your experienced driver guide and tak""
From AUD80.00

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HISTORIC STROUD

STROUD..... This small town is one where time has stood still, the whole town is classified by the National Trust, and there still is only a population of 600 calling Stroud home!It is nestled in the...
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lovely houses in colonial style

When walking through Stroud, you will see a lot of lovely houses in colonial style like the ones in my picture. Stroud is a village that is spread over quite a large area, but the part that I am...
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The Anglican Church & cemetery

The Anglican Church was unfortunately not open, while I was in Stroud, but at least I could take a closer look at the cemetery around that church. In that quite small village with not more than 500...
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The Stroud gate & fences

All of the village of Stroud once was surrounded by a fence in order to protect the early settlers against wildlife. There is not much left of that fence, but recently they set up again a replica of...
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Quambi House

Quambi House was built in 1831 by Sir Edward Perry, who was the Superintendant of the Australian Agricultural Company, as a school-house for the village and as accomodation for the school-master.
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Silo Hill

Silo Hill was a store for pest-free storage of grain and other products inside of underground-silos that were built into the hill in the year 1841. These silos are empty nowadays, but some of them may...
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Watch out for the great shopping-fronts

I really loved some of the old shopping-fronts, beautifully decorated with colorfull glasses and great decorations like shown in my pictures here. And unlike many other villages in NSW most of these...
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Stroud House

The Stroud House was built between 1828 and 1832 by the Australian Agricultural company for their local commissioners and it is without doubt one of the most beautiful buildings that you will find in...
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The old postoffice

This is the old postoffice of Stroud and it dates back to the year 1826. It is still used by the post-office and has another shop there as well. My last picture: take a look into the gardens of Stroud...
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The Bowen Chambers

The Bowen Chambers is an insurance-company and their house is worth seeing as well for tourists. With its clocktower I first thought it would be the postoffice. My favorite of this buildiong is the...
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The old courthouse of Stroud

The old courthouse of Stroud dates back to the year 1876 and it was built on the place of a much older courthouse that had been built in 1826, when the first settlers came to Stroud.This building is a...
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STROUD HOUSE

Stroud House is another building built by the AAC. It started as a single-storey building in 1828, and was added to in 1832 to become a two-storey building. Further additions were made in 1873. It...
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QUAMBI HOUSE - STROUD

Quambi house is now a museum. It was built by convicts in 1831 to replace a small wooden hut that had functioned as the school building for the A. A. Company. [Australian Agricultural company] It was...
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"Stroud - early settlers & more"
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"HISTORIC STROUD"
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