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Booderee National Park is located at Jervis Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales between Nowra and Ulladulla. About three hours drive from Sydney or Canberra it's the ideal place for a tranquil getaway or a relaxed family holiday.
The white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters are well-known and loved by all who visit. Set among bushland, the park offers relaxed camping, idyllic beaches, pretty bushwalks as well as plenty of water sports and activities for the family to enjoy.
During school holidays the park provides an excellent program of free activities to keep children occupied.
Dads Mums & Little Ones (formerly known as Bounce n Slide) is under NEW MANAGEMENT, owned by Jennelle & Troy Wilbraham. Jennelle is a trained childcare worker with 18 years experience.
Their goal is to provide a modern, clean, fun physical environment for children up to 12 years to explore their senses and social skills through play.
Their friendly, approachable staff are looking forward to meeting you!
Dolphin Watch Cruises was one of the first Dolphin and Whale Watching companies to begin operations in Australia and has now been cruising the Bay for over 20 years!
They're commitment to, and experienced in, responsible and sustainable dolphin and whale watching has been rewarded with over 20 local and state tourism awards and has earned us our dual Advanced ECO accreditation.
The Dunn Lewis Centre at Ulladulla will be the HUB of community activity where young and old alike can participate in recreational and social activities, artistic displays, debates, cultural exhibitions, local and national forums.
Stage one houses the 12 lane Bowling Alley, administration area, pro shop, a tastefully appointed spacious lounge area, outdoor seating, a well equipped conference room, hospitality and amenities area.
The classic feature of the centre is the stunning mirrored wall of water that welcomes you at the entrance of this remarkable building.
The Dunn Lewis Centre is set to be the centre of recreational, artistic and cultural excellence in our region; a place of engagement, development and equipping for the future. Information for the travelling and touring public, wherever they want to go in New South Wales.
Admission is free.
Come and look around.
You can load any amount onto your free Funcard then swipe it to ride or play.
It also stores your credit, bonus games and eTickets.
Value packages include unlimited rides, Laser & Party packages and bonus dollars as you load more to your Funcard.
They have VIP pricing and happy hours every day. When you have finished, take your card to the counter to see how many eTickets you have won and claim your prize or save them for your next visit.
Your Funcard can be brought back at any time in the future and it will still have all your unused credit, bonuses and eTickets stored on it.
Huskisson Pictures is located in the town of Huskisson, which is on the shores of Jervis Bay, approximately 180 km south of Sydney and about 200 km north east of Canberra.
The building was constructed in 1913 by the Dent family (local ship builders) as a community hall for their employees. The hall has been used as a Church, School, Library, Public Hall, Dance & Concert venue and Theatre. Movies have been screened here since the early 50's.
In August 1990, the hall underwent major renovations to make the building into a permanent cinema. The exterior was left as original as possible with only a new roof, new entrance & exit doors and a coat of paint. The interior was completely refurbished, with new foyer, toilets, carpet, seats, curtains, sound and projection equipment. The surrounding grounds were completely landscaped with trees, garden beds, courtyard, paths and seating. The garden has won the "best commercial Garden" both in local and district garden competition.
Huskisson Pictures opens every day (except Good Friday and Christmas Day) showing the latest releases and has a modest price structure.
A weatherboard hall measuring 78 feet by 34 feet and seating 300 was erected in 1947 to cater for a small local population which increased some tenfold in summer, but pictures were not approved until April 1948. A Mr Hutchens had approached the hall committee to screen 16mm films each week. It is not clear if he began the operation, but unofficial sources claim that Phil Berner opened his Ampro Theatre in the hall in 1948 for holiday shows, then weekly up to the 1960s, later reverting to holiday operation until at least 1980. Mr Berner had installed a proper box for 35mm projection but the operator in January 1961 is recorded as D Armstrong of Sussex Inlet Theatres Pty Ltd.
Inlet Cinema was reopened under new management in April 2009 with modern facilities and amenities.
Jervis Bay Wild offers a range of breathtaking Whale Watching & Dolphin cruise options for you, your family and your friends to enjoy all year-round.
Whale Watching and Dolphin Watching with us in beautiful Jervis Bay is a fantastic way to experience the excitement of pure nature like never before.
They also offer other awesome activities throughout the year, which can be found below or on their Cruise Options page.
Fun in the FAST Lanes at Shoalhaven City Lanes, 16 lanes of excitement. Arcade and Video Games.9 Pool tables.
COSMIC BOWLING Fridays & Saturday nights from 8pm, Big Screens, Video Hits and Glow in the Dark Bowling. Fun for all the family
They are the largest zoo on the NSW South Coast, bringing together over 100 species of native and exotic mammals, birds and reptiles.
Set in 16 acres of native bushland and resting on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River, you’ll find plenty to see and do during your visit.
Skirmish Ulladulla was founded in 1994 and is located on the south coast of NSW, 6kms south-west of Milton.
For directions to our fields please follow the link and look at the location map.
To make a booking or for more information about skirmish please phone or email them.
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Valhalla is a family owned and run business for over 30 years offering all you could want in a fun day of activities out in the tranquil Australian Bush.
Valhalla is set on over 100 acres of native bushland on the banks of Currambene Creek offering a picturesque and relaxed environment with something for everyone of every age to enjoy!