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Camp Cypress Baradine

WELCOME TO CAMP CYPRESS.....(02) 6843 1035

Camp Cypress, in north-western NSW, is located at Baradine, gateway to the vast and intriguing forest of The Pilliga.

Camp Cypress is an ideal base for anyone seeking an escape into the Australian bush. Enjoy bushwalks, scenic forest drives and discover hidden gems like the weatherworn caves. The Pilliga is a birdwatcher’s paradise. Follow some of Baradine’s well-marked Bird Routes and you could spot flocks of glossy black cockatoos coming in to drink at the Salt Caves Dam at sundown.

Spanning over 3,000 sq.kms, the Pilliga Forest constitutes the largest continuous remnant of semi-arid woodland in temperate New South Wales, Australia. The forest contains at least 300 native animal species, and more than 230 species of birds; with at least 22 endangered animal species including the Glossy Black Cockatoo, Squirrel Glider, Koala, Pilliga Mouse and Rufous Bettong. There are at least 900 plant species including many threatened plant species.

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Central Australia Experience

Central Australia lies not only in the heart of Australia; it lies in the hearts of Australians.

                                Our Country, Our Land, Our Heart.

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Charters Towers Queensland

CHARTERS TOWERS – THE CITY WITH A HEART OF GOLD

School Excursions-Gold Tours

Let us introduce you to the thrill of the gold rush where students can learn about the importance of gold mining in the North Queensland region ever since it began in the 1800s.
DRIVING the wide streets of Charters Towers is like viewing a living montage of Australian heritage. Once the second-largest city in Queensland, Charters Towers is as rich in history, as it was in gold. There is a whole different world here where you can see the outback, feel the history and live Australia’s story.

 

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Charters TowersVisitor Information Centre

Charters Towers Qld

An excellent choice for your school excursion, where students can learn about the importance of gold mining in the North Queensland region ever since it began in the 1872.

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Crocodylus Park Darwin

Crocodylus Park is the best place in Australia to come face to face with the largest reptiles on the planet! Built upon 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation, Crocodylus Park plays host to over a thousand crocodiles from 30 cm long hatchlings to massive adults measuring over 4.8 m and weighing more than half a ton! Our diverse array of other wildlife, including big cats, primates, birds and other reptiles, ensure the crocodiles don't steal all the limelight.

Great visit  for School groups

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Discovery Parks - Dubbo

Looking for accommodation for school groups that offers value, convenience and great local attractions!

Situated close to Dubbo Zoo, the  Discovery Park can accommodate up to 134 people with great facilities.

 

Nearby

  • Taronga Western Plains Zoo
  • Western Plains Cultural Centre
  • Bill O'Shea's Studio Gallery
  • Dubbo Observatory
  • Dubbo Goal
  • Wellington Caves

T: 02 6884 8633    F: 02 6884 8341

 

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Edmund Rice Retreat

Winbourne offers overnight accommodation for 120 guests, with a choice of two styles of comfortable, affordable accommodation.

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Glebe Police and Community Youth Club

                                        SYDNEY  GROUP ACCOMMODATION
 Location: 2-4 Minogue Crescent, Glebe 10 minutes to City and Darling Harbour by private transport and 15 minutes by public transport.
 Facilities: Dormitory accommodation for up to 70 plus separate driver room available. ( Note-bunks and mattresses provided but groups must supply their own linen or sleeping bags and pillows.) Recreational room available including table tennis, pool tables, x-box etc.

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Gold Panner Motor Inn

You will experience a pleasant stay at the Gold Panner Motor Inn. We can offer you a range of accommodation to suit your needs, good value, clean and comfortable at an affordable tariff.

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Julia Creek Dunnart Display QLD

Julia Creek is home to the rare and endangered Julia Creek Dunnart (Sminthopsis Douglasi). This tiny bright eyed creature is an insect eating marsupial, found in the Mitchell Grass Downs of North West Queensland. With a body length of 100-120mm and a tail length of 90-100mm, the Julia Creek Dunnart can be distinguished from rats and mice by its size. Unlike rodents, dunnarts have pointy noses, large rounded ears and dog like teeth. Dunnarts also have the ability to store fat at the base of the tail when food is plentiful, giving it a fat appearance when they are in good condition.

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