Colourful Trips Australia
The Discovery Rangers from the South Coast National Parks & Wildlife
Service will help you connect to their indigenous culture and their
proud history with an outdoor workshop that is the only one of its kind
included in a day trip from Sydney. All of your senses will be
stimulated in this day of indigenous cultural activities, beautiful
beaches, spectacular waterfalls, rugged mountains, picturesque
valleys, quaint villages and ice-cream!
- Aboriginal Outdoor Workshop
very special and unique experience that is the only one of its kind
available on a day trip from Sydney. You'll join two local Aboriginal
Discovery Rangers to taste traditional food (bush tucker) and
medicine, weave bracelets, learn how to play a didgeridoo (men only),
light fire, see their weapons and and hear their stories.
- Grand Pacific Drive
1 hour south of Sydney we begin our journey along the Grand Pacific
Drive encompassing some of NSW's most spectacular scenery and coastline,
boasting some of the states most beautiful beaches and rock pools.
After our first lookout stop we cross the spectacular Sea Cliff Bridge.
- Nan Tien Temple
the biggest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere and experience
the tranquillity of this beautiful place with its Lotus pond and
- Kiama Blowhole
Kiama blowhole can shoot water 60 m into the air, making it one of the
highest in the world. The region's indigenous people, the Wadi Wadi,
call it Khanterintee, which means "mysterious noise".
hilltop village overlooking the blue ocean is a perfect lunch
stop. With cafes, gift shops and local icecream you'll love this little
corner of coastal Australia. Please note, lunch is at your own expense.
- Seven Mile Beach National Park
outdoor workshop takes place in the heart of this national park, just
behind this magnificient sweeping beach that seems to go on
forever. This is a classic Australian beach so take off your shoes and
get your feet wet looking for pippies, another traditional food.
- Kangaroo Valley
by many as "The most beautiful valley in Australia". It is host to a
variety of native wildlife such as kangaroos, wallabies, wombats
and plenty of exotic birdlife, including lyrebirds, cockatoos and multi
- Fitzroy Falls
Walk to the edge of a rugged gorge with an 80 metre plunging waterfall and the spectacular scenery of Moreton National Park.