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BEROWRA. NSW. AUSTRALIA.
Australian Reptile Park
The Australian Reptile Park is a hands-on zoo located in a natural bush setting on the central coast of NSW, home to exotic reptiles from around the world and a wide variety of Australian native animals.
At Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park you can visit the friendliest wild Aussie animals.
1 Darkinjung Road, cnr Peats Ridge Road, Calga, NSW Phone (02) 43751100 Outside Aus +61 2 43751100
Activities Included with Entry
686 Old Northern Road, Dural, NSW, 2158
Farm Entry and Access: Cnr Old Northern and Wyoming Road, Dural. Entry is in Wyoming Road
Phone (02) 96511028 Outside Aus +61 2 96511028
Berowra Valley National and Regional Park straddles large parts of the Berowra Creek catchment, covering about 4,000 hectares. Featuring expansive bushland scenery, it has enormous opportunities for bushwalking and recreation, contains many Aboriginal sites and protects a vast array of native flora and fauna.
Single and double kayaks available to hire, a chance to get up and close with the sites that the Hawkesbury River has to offer. Including bird life, marine life and ancient Aboriginal carvings just to mention a few. Or perhaps just an hour or two in one of our open or canopy aluminium boats is more your style, with no licence required to operate, its perfect to take the kids on that quick last minute fishing trip, or a scenic drive around the local waterways.
The Berowra Waters Ferry, a toll-free car ferry, connects the east bank to the west bank with winding roads ascending uphill on both sides.
The crossing is 250 metres (820 ft) in length and takes approximately 3 minutes. The ferry operates on demand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, but is closed for maintenance on the second Tuesday of each month from 12.00 to 14.30. The Berowra Waters Ferry is one of five cable ferry crossings of the Hawkesbury River system.
The Great North Walk is a wonderful trail following many tracks through a bewildering array of natural and urban environments. Created in 1988, as an Australian Bicentennial project, the Great North Walk is rich in the history of New South Wales – discover the generations who walked before you.
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