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Parques y naturaleza en Southern Highlands

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“Part of a great day out exploring the waterfalls on the eastern edge of the Southern Highlands”
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“If you’re after a day trip, Macquarie Pass National Park is just under an hours drive south from here. You can hike to various falls including the famous Jump Rock. There will be crowds at Jump Rock but you can also hike to more secluded places with falls and swimming holes. ”
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“The Box Vale Track is a disused train track that has a shorter or longer walking option. The shorter ends at a lovely lookout and the longer option - quite a steep decline, not for the novice - takes you to the falls and then either a round trip or you can make your way to Lake Alexander. We would recommend visiting the website should you wish to take the longer options. ”
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“A great place to takes the little ones for a play and run around. Don’t forget your bread to feed the ducks! ”
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Field
“This is truly an unrecognised beauty spot. As you pull of the road you will find the carpark for the entrance to the Wingecarribee Walking Track across Bong Bong Common. There is interesting information about the first white settlement in the area as well as great information about the First People who were here for thousands of years prior to white settlement. THEN, go into Cecil Hoskins Nature Reserve and walk along the edge of the Wingecarribee River. ”
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“Nellie's Glen has free parking near a flat open stretch of shallow water, great for kids to paddle in (with strict oversight as it is not far from a waterfall). A short way down a bush track is a pool for swimming in, fed by a small waterfall - very refreshing in summer. 50m down the track in the other direction is the viewing platform for the famous Carrington Falls.”
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“Corbett Gardens in Bowral is the show piece of the Tulip Time Festival and dates back to 1911 when, at the suggestion of Mrs Ada Corbett, the local tourist association purchased Deadmans Paddock for a public park. Corbett Gardens, located in the centre of town, boasts a huge array of tulips and colourful springtime bulbs, shrubs and trees.”
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“Mountain biking and walking trails. Being a state forest, dogs are permitted. Please ensure to pick up after your dog. ”
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“Minnamurra Falls is a beautiful rain forest with bush walks which follow a creek - there are two walking tracks. One to the lower falls and the other to the upper falls area. It's stunningly beautiful, peaceful and relaxing. Picnic grounds as well.”
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National Park
“'Blink & You'll Miss It' - just off Jamberoo Mountain Road. Barren Grounds is our favourite local reserve. It is a 30 minute drive away but offers several walks including a short (1km) walk to a lookout over Jamberoo, and two longer walks (~8km return each). The Griffiths walking track loop (Grade 3) takes you to a spectacular viewing platform looking south towards Coolangatta mountain & Seven Mile Beach. Cooks Nose walking track (Grade 3) takes you south and to the valley overlooking Brogers Creek towards Upper Kangeroo Valley. There is about 2km of overlap, so you could do both tracks and spend the whole day there. The carpack has a pit-toilet and picnic tables.”
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