Situated in the Kosciuszko National Park, the retreat is the perfect experience for wildlife, nature lovers and the beautiful Snowy Mountains. The High Country Bush, Snow Gums and Rivers provide a unique Australian nature wonderland. Located just 14 kilometres from Jindabyne and 18 kilometres from Perisher Valley ski fields.
The popular Sheepstation Creek is an ideal spot to relax and recharge among World Heritage-listed rainforest.
Enjoy the plentiful bird life and take a walk along the walking tracks or take in the spectacular views from one of several lookouts in the National Park.
There's plenty of room to set up your campsite, so it's the perfect choice if you're travelling in a large group with kids who like lots of space to run around or on a driving tour with a caravan or motor home. Don't forget to bring your own firewood so you can cook up a camp dinner and relax by the fire.
Wadeville Woolies (formerly the Border Ranges Centre) offers clean modern amenities, spacious and grassy camping and van sites along with single and double rooms with the spectacular views of the southern edge of the Border Ranges National Park.
Just down the road are the Hanging Rock Falls - a great place for a swim or to just relax and feed the turtles. With all your food and beverage supplies available on site you can breakfast with the wallabies and ducks, visit the National Park during the day, and enjoy a fireside meal and perhaps some music with the locals in the evening. Whatever you choose to do you'll love the park and the people of the area.
Dogs under control are welcome and can be left on site during park visits.
Sine Cera is 200 acres of sub-tropical rainforest in the heart of the Border Ranges in Northern New South Wales. With accommodation for over 80 people, it is situated about 37 kilometres (45 minutes drive) from Kyogle, bordering the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park, and is easily accessible from the Gold Coast, Byron Bay, Lismore, Casino, Beaudesert and Brisbane. Perfect for large and small groups, conferences, retreats, workshops. Enjoy magnificent views rising up from the valley floor to the range above.
Some of the delights include a natural rock pool for swimming, a beautiful natural landscape, an abundance of flora and fauna including staghorns, wonderful birdlife and wallabies, and picnic spots to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings....
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This half day drive takes you through stunning examples of the rural lifestyle, offering views of the Border Ranges National Park as a breathtaking backdrop. There are many opportunities to view the Border Ranges National Park from the left hand side of the road. Other features start to appear as the road turns east offering spectacular view into Horseshoe Creek Valley. Look for Mount Warning (Wollumbin), Mount Nardi, (easily identified with its television towers) and Nimbin Rocks, steeped in Aboriginal legend. While travelling along this drive you may see many species of birds and perhaps the occasional koala.
From Kyogle to Homeleigh Road is sealed road, though the Homeleigh/Sargent's Road Loop is gravel. ...