JERVIS Bay, Morton National Park, and Seven Mile Beach National Park will be buzzing as children and families enjoy Discovery and WilderQuest activities all along the South Coast.
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service senior visitor services officer David Duffy said summer’s program offered everything from fossil identification excursions to bush tucker walks, and plenty in between.
“This year our program runs from December 28 to January 24 and there are about 20 activities planned for education and enjoyment in the South Coast’s environment,” Mr Duffy said.
“We have old favourites including Glow Worm Glen Adventure at Bundanoon, and Koori Cultural Experience at Holiday Haven Tourist Parks, as well as new favourites like Before the Dinosaurs Fossil Tour at Murramarang National Park and Hidden Patterns in Nature at Depot Beach.
“This year, we’re also running more activities in Dharawal National Park in our region’s north, as well as introducing Nature’s Stories – Photography Trail at Jervis Bay National Park and our Super Shorebirds Patrol activities up and down the coast.
“There are also great Aboriginal cultural heritage experiences on offer,” he said.
Full details are available at www.nationalparks.
nsw.gov.au or by phoning 1300 361 967.