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Australian Reptile Park General Entry Ticket
"The Australian Reptile Park and Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1948 - by the late and great ERIC WORRELL Australia's first naturalist - and is now regarded as one of the countries premier attractions. The Sanctuary is the only zoo in Australia committed to saving lives with a Venom-Milking Program in place for the past 50+ years saving over 300 lives each year being the sole supplier of a variety of venoms which is used for all snake and funnel-web anti-venom in Australia.The Australian Reptile Park is the hands-on zoo and boasts loads of animal interaction and exciting wildlife shows. Have a close encounter with some of the park’s scaly including a walk with Hugo the giant Galapagos tortoise. Elvis NSW's crankiest crocodile is fed at 1:30pm on weekends and school holidays.  See our spectacular alligator feeding from the banks of our massive ’gator lagoon.  See native and exotic reptiles and spiders in our unique exhibits The Lost World of Reptiles and Spider World
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Private Tour: Hunter Valley Region and Boutique Wineries Day Trip from Sydney
"Your private tour begins with pickup from your Sydney hotel and a scenic drive out of the city to the Australian Reptile Park. Enjoy morning tea then meet the park’s koalas kangaroos wombats and other unique Australian wildlife.Leaving the park your scenic private tour continues through the region’s pristine national parks and along the convict-built Great North Road. Stop in at the historic town of Wollombi and visit a local tavern before continuing to Mt View aptly named for its panoramic views over the vineyards of the Hunter Valley Australia’s oldest winemaking region.Your tour then takes you to some of the Hunter Valley’s smaller
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Private Hunter Valley and Gardens Day Trip from Sydney
"After pick up from your Sydney hotel you will drive over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and along the Central Coast. Cross the picturesque Hawkesbury River before arriving at your first stop the Australian Reptile Park. The Australian Reptile Park is located at Somersby on the Central Coast and is home to a variety of reptiles including snakes lizards and crocodiles as well as other Australian animals such as kangaroos cassowaries and Tasmanian devils.You'll then visit the chocolate factory. Established in the Valley more than ten years ago the original Hunter Valley Chocolate Company and Fudge Factory is one of the premier attractions in the area. At the Loved
From AUD750.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Terrigal

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Diving with sharks.

Scuba Diving lessons for beginners are available through the Terrigal Dive Centre run by one of the coast's most experience scuba divers.Apart from providing lessons, the company also arranges trips...
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Swim with Stingrays

In the bay alongside Terrigal beach called The Haven, giant stingrays up to six feet across the wings are present most of the year. If you're a basic qualified diver, Terrigal Dive Centre will hire...
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Deep Sea Fishing

The waters off Terrigal are teeming with fish. For those of you who are into Deep Sea Fishing, I suggest it's another reason to visit Terrigal. Two companies operate from The Haven, Central Coast...
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Go Running With "Terrigal Trotters"

The beachfront sign says it all" De Agony of De Feet". Want to be part of it , then just be at the sign at 6am on a Saturday. One thing for certain you will have great ocean views, lets hope they do...
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Things to Do Near Terrigal

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Palm Beach

Many tourists come to sydney and are told to see Bondi beach. This is a trick, Australians keep our own favourite places a secret. I guess the secrets out now lol. Palm beach AKA summer bay (home &...
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Bilgola Beach

This is an absolutely beautiful beach. In fact, it was my very first time to visit it! It's not as busy as the Eastern Suburbs and Manly Beaches, which is great. A big difference with the beaches in...
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Newport Beach

ANOTHER beautiful beach!!! This is also one of Sydney's Northern Beaches located on the Barrenjoey Peninsula and also has beautiful golden brown sand, a Surf Lifesaving Club and nearby...
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Avalon Beach

Avalon Beach is good for body surfing and surfing, also swimming is safe, with the main beach patrolled by surf lifesavers. At the southern end of the beach is a large saltwater pool which is great...
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Shelly Beach

A delightful, tiny, family orientated beach sandwiched between the southern tip of Manly and the North Head section of Sydney Harbour National Park. It's a very easy 15 minute sea front walk from...
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St. Werburgh's Church

St Werburgh's Church Dublin is not short of ecclesiastical sites to visit but by far my favourite is this often overlooked church, a mere minute's walk from Christchurch Cathedral. For those...
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"Terrigal, A Seaside Paradise"
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"Terrigal, our home town."
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"Sun, Beach, Surf, Cafes, Craft Shops etc"
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"Terrigal, Avoca & The Entrance"
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