National Park Holidays in NSW
Discover Country NSW on a scenic family drive around Mount Kaputar in Narrabri and enjoy spectacular 360-degree views over the valley from the summit lookout. It's an easy 20-minute walk through rainforest to the Sawn Rocks lookout, a fascinating columnar basalt cliff face. Older kids will enjoy mountain biking or horseriding through the area. Pack a picnic and stay overnight in a picturesque campground or cabin accommodation.
Family-friendly national parks activities
The mountainous terrain of NSW offers great opportunities to get your family outdoors.
Discover a wide variety of activities on offer within the Blue Mountains National Park. Visit Scenic World for spectacular views of this World Heritage area, head underground at the Jenolan Caves and explore the fascinating Glow Worm Tunnel in the Newnes Plateau.
Barrington Tops National Park in the Hunter region has many campsites, lookouts, and easy walks that are suitable for kids. Checkout the Polblue campground, set high up in subalpine woodland. Riverwood Downs Resort located in the foothills of Barrington Tops also has lots of activities for children. Bring your own bikes, or go horseriding, canoeing, and bushwalking.
If you've never skied before, the whole family can take lessons! Charlotte Pass and Selwyn Snowfields are good family-friendly peaks to begin your journey. Thredbo and Perisher are also great resorts where you can sign up for lessons. Book ahead as the resorts are popular during the winter holiday season.
Each resort offers a snow play area to build snowmen, throw snowballs, and go tobogganing and snow tubing.
Located in the Blue Mountains, the Jenolan Caves are Australia's most impressive limestones caves dating back some 340 million years. Whether a first timer or skilled adventurer, your experienced guide will take you through winding ancient passageways.
Explore the mountainous terrain of NSW on horseback. There are riding ranches, jackaroo schools, horseback safaris, trail rides, and school holiday camps for kids. Whether you're an experienced rider or a beginner, find a horse-riding adventure to suit your family.
Take in the magnificent views of the Blue Mountains at Scenic World. Enjoy 360° views travelling above the forest on the Scenic Skyway, and descend into the valleys on the Scenic Cableway. Ride the Scenic Railway, the world’s steepest incline railway.
Gresford District Historical Society will celebrate 25 years of operation by holding an anniversary day on Sunday 12 October 2014 at the Therese Doyle Community Centre, Gresford.
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Promoting fresh air and the grand backyard that is the Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Oberon regions invite you to put your boots on during October for the Festival of Walking held across locations throu...www.festivalofwalking.com
Come along to the annual Prawn and Chicken night at the Wallarobba Hall. Bring along yourself and a friend. Ensure to have a good night with dinner of tantalising prepared chicken and some prawns with...
The Third Annual Mount Wilson and Mount Irvine Photography and Art Exhibition will showcase local and interstate artists in photography, art, metal sculpture, pottery, ceramics and hand made jewellery...www.facebook.com/MtWilsonMtIrvinePhotographyArtExhibition