Colourful Trips Australia
Discover the Jewel of the South Coast, a nationally protected marine
park and national park containing the whitest beaches in the world and
home to dolphins and marine life. You'll jump on a cruise to relax and
appreciate a truly stunning environment as well as walking on
the world's whitest sand! Being home for thousand of years to Aboriginal
people we visit a local Aboriginal man to hear his stories and learn
how to throw a boomerang!
- Mt Bulli Lookout
first stop is at at the stunning Mt Bulli Lookout overlooking the
Illawarra escarpment with amazing views over the Wollongong coastline
with its renowned beaches.
- Jervis Bay Marine Park
on a dolphin watch cruise of Jervis Bay Marine Park and feel the
exaltation and thrill of wild nature as you get close to the local
bottlenose dolphins that call this paradise home.
- Jervis Bay
out on a glorious beach with some of the whitest - and squeakiest -
sand in the world! Take a swim in the clear, calm, turquoise waters.
- Boomerang Throwing
meet Laddie Timbrey, an elderly Aboriginal man, who produces authentic
artwork and artefacts sold in his shop. Laddie's specialty is burning-in
- a technique for burning designs into wood. There are also many
beautifully decorated artefacts including boomerangs and didgeridoos
from Aboriginal artists in regional New South Wales and around
- Whale Watching
UPGRADE - from late May to early November the Southern Humpback whales
migrate along Australia's east coast. Your cruise will be extended to
3 hours at no extra cost so you can observe these mighty creatures up
its historic buildings and leafy surrounds, Berry is a delightful
village where we stop for refreshments on our way back to Sydney. In the
past few years Berry has become a favourite refuge for Sydneysiders
seeking fresher air and a less hectic lifestyle. Set amongst rolling
green hills with the Cambewarra range providing a stunning backdrop, the
landscape is unparalleled in NSW.