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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
 
Hunter Valley Wine Tour with Cheese Chocolate Distillery and Lunch from Pokolbin Cessnock Lovedale
Chocolate Craft Beer and Distillery Tastings""Relax in the beautiful rolling hills and stunning vineyards with friendly locals who want to show you the best.Hunter Valley is one of Australia’s most celebrated wine producing regions. There are over 150 unique Hunter Valley Wineries and much o providing stunning views. You'll visit boutique Hunter Valley wineries with real locals who take their time to talk to you about the local produce.You will have free time to unwind over your choice of three gourmet lunch options and during the da chocolate and fudge factory as well as The Hunter Distillery for some delicious tasting experiences with local friendly faces. The small group
From AUD99.00
 
Private Hunter Valley Wine Tasting Day Tour From Sydney
"Your tour focuses on visiting smaller more boutique wineries in the Hunter Valley offering low production but high-quality wines not widely available outside the region. You will have the opportunity to try a wide range of grape varieties including semillon – the variety for which the Hunter Valley is best known – chardonnay verdelho shiraz and a number of others.Departing from your Sydney CBD hotel at approximately 7: 45am you will cross Sydney Harbour Bridge and travel through the northern suburbs of the city towards the Hunter Valley. For the last 30 minutes of the journey you will travel on a picturesque country road through rural towns and villages.You will arrive at the first winery at approximately 10:15am for your introduction to Hunter Valley wine
From AUD107.00

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BUSH WALKS AROUND THE LAKE

This was a must do for me, a way to experience the sounds & sights of the Bush at its best.By walking you never know what you may find. The Lake was completely full, so instead of doing the whole...
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LAGOON SIDE OF THE LAKE

We were staying in the Camping area, so from here I walked to the left and to the right.A MUST DO, is the walk to the right that takes you past the Boat ramp & swimming area. Preferably go early...
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SUNRISE

Sunrise, and as I am an earlybird it was no trouble for me to be up before the sunrise.Yarrie Lake I had read, has lovely sunrises. Lucky the Sun rose the other side of the Lake and the reflections in...
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BIRD WATCHING

Lake is known to have over 70 species of birds that call the area home.As it is a Lake, you will see all kinds of water birds, like Herons, Egrets and Bitterns, Ibises, Spoonbills, Rails, Coots and...
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MALLEE RINGNECK

The "Mallee Ringneck Parrot" is one that I had only seen Avairies, it is not a common Parrot to see.Around our camp area there were four of them, it looked like they were looking for a nesting place...
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YARRIE LAKE

Yarrie Lake is not a huge Lake!The Lake is a perfectly circular “dish shaped” body of water, 3 km in diameter and about 2 metres deep in the centre when full. It is believed to have been formed by a...
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Walking the lake

A wander around the lake is easy because it's all flat and the road makes it easy to get anywhere. There's also several picnic and camping sites (no power) around the lake.You can easily park around...
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Yabbie paradise

They say there's no fish in Yarrie Lake though when I saw something break the surface numerous times I had to query that statement. Anyhow, I have no other evidence but, I can state with some...
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For the birds

This is a noted birding centre because (a) there are birds there and (b) you don't have to go far to see them.Of course you can also stay here which is a big plus so that you're there in the morning...
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Arriving

Narrabri beckoned and I reached the tourist information centre around 4 p.m. and decided to make camp at Yarrie Lake. How fortuitous that turned out to be. The lake is 36 kms from Narrabri, surrounded...
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balhannah

"PARADISE FOUND!"
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iandsmith

"An oasis in the bush - except in drought"
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