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Sydney Royal National Park Coastal Photography Tour
"The sea cliffs and Royal National Park combination offers tremendous opportunities for sightseeing landscape and seascape photography.The ancient coastline that was created from seabed by a string of volcanoes 240 million years ago offers incredible shapes colour and texture with magnificent panoramas.At the right time of the year one can see the whales migrating north to mate off the Queensland coast. Pods of Southern Right and Humpback whales can be seen frolicking close to shore. During the mont June and July spend time with the pods as they play close to the beaches and cliffs of the Royal National Park. With luck you may see the resident pair of White Bellied Sea Eagles hunting and diving to catch food.Tours itineraryPickup a truly pristine area south of Sydney and worth a few photographs. Enter the park using the Coastal Track and walk for 800 metres to the ancient sandstone cliffs for sunrise or early morning light photography. Move onto Wattamolla with beaches
From AUD405.00
 
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

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THUNDERBOLT'S WAY - Uralla

This is the name of a scenic drive from URALLA to GLOUCESTER. The scenery is beautiful, EXTRA NICE when the countryside is lush and green.Heading from Uralla to Walcha, you pass by large Merino Sheep...
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BUSHRANGER - 'THUNDERBOLT' - Uralla

The bushranger, Fred Ward, alias Captain Thunderbolt, was known as a BUSHRANGER AND A GENTLEMANHe was killed near here in 1870, after being shot and then struck on the head by a policeman’s gun butt....
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URALLA - "Ceremonial Meeting Place"

Uralla is a country town situated on the New England Highway, ...HIGHWAY 15......about halfway between Sydney and Brisbane.Two bigger cities are located either side, these are Tamworth and...
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The Mill museum

Inside the old Mill you will find a great museum, that is d^featuring mainly the life and death of Captain Thunderbolt plus other people and early settlers in this part of Australia that was founded...
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The monument for Captain Thunderbolt

In the times of the big gold-rush in New South Wales there had been many robbers and bushrangers, who tried to make their living by robbery and Thunderbolt was one of them. His full name was Frederick...
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A walk on the mount

Just out the back of Uralla, above Alma Park on the western side, there's a public pathway that you can take. At certain times of the year, spring in this case, you might find some interesting sights...
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Gostwyck

WIth a name like that you'd expect British ancestry and this stunning little church, set amidst a glorious avenue of deciduous trees, is one of Australia's most photographed places of worship; though...
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The day of the Dollar Bird

"It's my favourite bird," Mike said with passion."Really, never heard of it," was my uninformed reply."Look, I'll take you out in the paddock, there might be something out there."So we ventured across...
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The foundry

This foundry was moved from Bridge Street in 1872 to cater for the head (at that time) of the railroad. Whilst, today, it appears to be in a backwater, in its hayday it was the centre of much of the...
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Other sites

The heritage walk worked out by the local historical society is a good way to view the old architecture dating from the late 19th century that dots the town.Marvel at the early architecture and its...
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The mill on the hill

"McCrossin's Mill Museum is chartered to be one of the most progressive museums in regional Australia. It's current motto is "Why Not?", which features on the volunteer museum attendants' "corporate"...
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Rest stop

At the northern end of the town on the eastern side there's always been a bit of vacant land. That land has now been made a feature by the addition of some sculpture, some plants and a bit of mowing....
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"Just at the crossroads"
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"'CEREMONIAL MEETING PLACE' - URALLA"
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"URALLA...NEW SOUTH WALES.."
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