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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2011
Travel south of Ulladulla and have some family fun fishing with the pelicans on beautiful BurrillLake. Purchase a fishing licence and catch a fish from the foreshore or in a boat. The seaside village of Burrill has a collection of shops and galleries, so take the time to enjoy the tr anquillity. Why not grab something to read and a fresh take away and find a spot to enjoy your lunch. For the more active try windsurfing, go on a cruise or play putt-putt golf at which offers spacious cabins or van and camping sites set among groomed lawns, manicured gardens and native flora where you can feed the lorikeets and maybe even a rosella or king parrot. For a chance to win a family holiday at the park - see page 8. offer lake-front accommodation close the beach and Lions Park. Relax in newly renovated units with fully-equipped kitchens, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, dishwashers and convention/microwave ovens. Venture north for an entertaining time at or south and enjoythe beauty of the state forest. Burill Lake / Tabourie www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 49 st ac ntm The isa treat for young and old alike and an inexpensive idea as an outing for the whole family. The museum houses an extensive range of historical and natural displays with over 12,000 items on display. , Melanesian and New Guinea include bows, stone axes, woodcar vings, spear throwers, fighting clubs, and much much more. There's five rooms furnished in late 19th and early 20th century decor showing pioneer life.Tabourie Museum isjust six kms south of Burrill Lake.Visit & explore! a ho day p ayground Stunning scenery - Burrill Lake entrance, Dolphin Point. Lounge by the po ol at Big 4 Bungalow Park. Pelicans, Burrill Lake. Lake Edge Holiday Units 27 Balmoral Road, Burrill Lake (02) 4455 2478 www.lakeedge.com.au Fully self-contained 1 & 2 bedroom waterfront units 2155363 123 Princes Hwy, Burrill Lake www.bungalow-park.com.au 4455 1621 loads of fun for the whole family All activities open to the public + Lorikeet feeding - 4pm daily (EDST) mini golf Open to the public 7 days • Adults ........$9 • Children .....$6 • Family ........$25 • Open .........8am-7pm tennis Open to the public 7 days Hire the tennis court for only $15 per hour. Includes tennis rackets and balls. water activities CANOE HIRE • Full day $60 • 2hr $30 (extra $10/hr) PEDAL BOATS • Half hour 2 person $15 • Half hour 4 person $20 2159154 PH 4457 3269 / 4457 3373 On the Princes Highway 12 kms south of Ulladulla More than 12,000 artifacts on display Tabourie Lake Museum Show the kids how Grandad lived. Discover the district's social and natural history. OPEN WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS 10am-4pm or by appointment Step back in time Families ....$6.00 Children....$1.00 Adults .......$2.50 Entry Fees: 2096179
Good Food Guide 2011