March 19, 2018

Bushwalking

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We own 200 acres of virgin bush that has never been cleared. We have made a bushwalking track through it that covers 1.9kms and takes about 1.5 hours to walk.

Turn left at top - 45 minutes.
Turn right at top 1.5 hours.
Price - FREE

March 19, 2018

Wine tours

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Coonawarra offers various types of wine tours - from $15 per day up to $190 pp including lunch or dinner.
Our favourite is the Wineries Walking Trail Shuttle, at only $15 per person. There are 2 other tour companies operating in Coonawarra, and the Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park organises tours (including Steve's private wineries and vineyards tour).

March 24, 2018

Quad Bike Tours

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Learn to ride a Quad bike or a Hammer and take a ride through the forest! We will show you how to start, stop and change gear (high, low, reverse, no clutch). 20 minutes training and gearing up, 40 minutes riding. Protective gear provided. Limited liability agreement must be signed - play at your own risk!
$60 per person.
Minimum age 12 years.

March 24, 2018

Mushrooming

The bushland contains many edible mushroom species, especially the morel. These can be collected in early September. Email us to see if you can join a morel mushrooming adventure!

March 24, 2018

Hydroponic vegetables

The park runs 50m of hydroponic vegetable garden in the greenhouse at the southern end of the main building. You are welcome to visit this garden and checkout the beautiful plants and herbs. Feel free to take vegetables from the camp kitchen where we leave a daily vegetable collection basket. we are always looking for help maintaining this garden and picking vegetables - so if you want to learn about gardening - we can help.

March 24, 2018

Naracoorte Caves

The Naracoorte Caves are part of the 800,000 year old Naracoorte East Range. They are World Heritage listed, and one of the world’s most important fossil sites.

March 24, 2018

Bool lagoon

Bool Lagoon is one of the largest and most diverse freshwater lagoon systems in southern Australia. This seasonal wetland is home to a wide range of wildlife and provides essential drought refuge for many rare and endangered bird species.