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Coasting : Coastal Life 17th Dec 2009
central coast tourism Summer 2010 COASTAL LIFE 11 1 Red Hill Rd, Wyong Creek Call for availability PH: 4025 1008 From 3 years old www.tre et opadventure pa rk.com.au In Ourimbah State Forest 2to3hours of thrilling fun up high in the trees New park opening soon in Newcastle! c864 960 3-1 Events & entertainment EXCITEMENT: Yo u can’t beat the thrills and emotions of being live at Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium to watch the Mariners play an A-League match. Picture by Tim Clayton. SOUTH PA CIFIC: Brisbane Wa ter Regatta Festival 2010 will be held at the weekend of March 13 and 14 and will feature hula dancers, the Maori haka and fire dances in a celebration of the cultures of the South Pacific. Plus don’t miss the outrigger canoeing events at Ettalong Beach. RAIL’S RUN: Enjoy all of the creature comforts and stunning views of a day at the races at Gosford Race Club. Picture by Phillip Hearne. OPERA: Opera in the Arboretum at Pearl Beach will be held on Saturday, March 20. It’s a charity event presented by the Rotary Club of Woy Woy. MOVIES: There’s a stack of special events planned over summer at the historic Avoca Beach Picture Theatre including fancy dress screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Monty Python and the Holy Grail – both with pre-show drinks on the lawn. There’s also an Elvis party, ballet, opera, live music, Bollywood fun and more. Go to www. avocabeachpicturetheatre.com .au for details. School holiday stuff THE ENTRANCE: There’s live entertainment every day of the school holidays in January at Memorial Park at The Entrance. MOUNT PENANG: Kids can get up close and personal with the critters that live in the water gardens at Mount Penang Gardens, at Kariong, on the ‘Dip, Dip, Dip Days’ on January 5, 12, and 19. PEATS RIDGE: Holiday workshops at The Australia Wa lkabout Wildlife Park, at Peats Ridge, run from 11am to 1pm every weekday during the holidays. Kids can learn how to make ochre face paint, throw a boomerang, pat a python, track wildlife, and all about bush medicine. NORAH HEAD: Educational, fun and inspiring, tours of Norah Head Lighthouse take just 30 minutes and are held on Saturdays or Sundays between 10.30am and 1.30pm. SOMERSBY: Celebrating 60 years of saving lives and bringing smiles, the Australian Reptile Park, at Somersby, is hosting a six-month birthday which runs until April, 2010! NEW MATE: Ta ke the kids to meet the locals at The Australian Reptile Park these school holidays. Picture by Kitty Hill.
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