New South Wales
NEW SOUTH WALES
Mungo National Park
There’s so much to discover in New South Wales. The scenery alone will get you hooked, from national parks full of wildlife to the mountains and a coastline ﬁt for
endless seaside exploration.
There are certain things you’ve come to expect from an Australian holiday. The bush, with its lush pockets of rainforest and ideal walking trails for an afternoon
outdoors, and the outback, rugged, undiscovered and distinct to this country we love. Find it all in New South Wales.
A heady mix of towering canyon landscapes and pristine forest awaits you in the Blue Mountains. A short trip out of Sydney, ﬁnd an adventure traveller’s paradise
where a day out could mean anything from an afternoon in the four wheel drive, bush walking, ﬁshing, canoeing or just sitting back and taking in the stunning views.
Once you ﬁnd Blue Mountain Private Safaris you may want to keep it all to yourself. The secluded bush camp is the place to go for a bush safari with a touch of
style. Camp in a luxury swag under the stars and wake to a gourmet feast, native animals and a tour on foot or by canoe with an expert guide.
Whether it’s the heritage homes and quirky characters of Broken Hill, ancient archaeological remains or lunar landscapes, the outback is sure to capture your
imagination. Be inspired by the outback and experience ‘Corner Country’ where Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia meet. Broken Hill has grown
from a bustling mining town to a mecca for artists and any number of creative pursuits. At Mungo National Park, discover a trove of archaeological treasures, from
40,000 year old human remains and artefacts and the dramatic sculptured 33 kilometre stretch of sand dunes, the Walls of China.
The New South Wales South Coast is beautiful from any angle. Survey the full extent of Jervis Bay with its white beaches that lead to bush. Take in the impressive
rock formations and forests that draw you in. Underwater, see an amazing world of caves and spot sharks, cuttleﬁsh and gropers.
Camping is a great way to get in some time outdoors, but who says you have to rough it? Take a unique approach and stay at luxury bush retreat Paperbark
Camp. Sleep in, wake up to beautiful bush scenery and spend the day swimming at the beach or walking in the mangrove forest before an afternoon rest on the
verandah. Now that’s the way to do it.
NEW SOUTH WALES
National Park PORT MACQUARIE
MUNGO LODGE 1 Mungo National Park National Park SYDNEY
BLUE MOUNTAINS 2
MILDURA PRIVATE SAFARIS
WAGGA WAGGA 3 JERVIS BAY
Unique Places to Stay
NEW SOUTH WALES
Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay PER NIGHT*
571 Woollamia Road, Woollamia GETTING THERE:
Combining unique luxury tented accommodation with Paperbark Camp is 2 hours 30 minutes drive south
wonderful food and warm hospitality, Paperbark of Sydney. We can arrange Avis car hire or
Camp is a peaceful bush retreat in beautiful Jervis Bay. limousine transfers to suit you.
Just over two hours drive from Sydney on the Beach 4km Map page 48 Ref. 3
unspoilt south coast of New South Wales, Jervis Bay INCLUDES:
is a nature lover’s paradise with spectacular coastal Full breakfast daily
scenery, clear and calm water for swimming and PRICE PER PERSON
pristine white sand beaches for strolling and 1 – 20 APR, 25 APR – 12 JUN, ADULTS 2 NTS EXTRA NTS
relaxing on. 2 SEP – 23 DEC 11, 15 JAN – 31 MAR 12^
Original Safari Tent 2 $350 $175
Placed thoughtfully amongst the soaring eucalypts and Deluxe Safari Tent 2 $490 $245
paperbarks, the safari style tents are built above the 21 – 24 APR, 24 DEC 11 – 14 JAN 12 2 2 NTS EXTRA NTS
ground for your privacy and comfort. Tents feature a Original Safari Tent 2 $430 $215
verandah, hardwood flooring, insect screening, solar Deluxe Safari Tent 2 $570 $285
powered lighting, the highest quality cotton linen and Paperbark Camp is closed 13 Jun – 1 Sep 11.
all the hotel amenities you would expect for a luxe Children 0 to 4 years – not catered for.
camping experience. 5 to 12 years – $65 per child per night when
sharing with an adult.
PROPERTY FEATURES: Max capacity Original Tent – 3 adults or 2 adults/2 children,
Deluxe Tent – 2 adults/1 child. PAPNS W
12 safari tents Restaurant
Guest lounge T RAVELPOINT BONU S
Private outdoor ensuite per tent
^ FREE Night Offer: Stay 3 nights pay for 2, valid for Sunday
Complimentary use of bikes and canoes to Friday nights.
FREE pre dinner drink for 2 adults for stays of 2 nights or more.
Mungo Lodge, Mungo National Park PER NIGHT*
Arumpo Road, Mungo National Park
Only two kilometres from the entrance to Mungo
National Park, Mungo Lodge is the perfect sanctuary
from which to explore the wonders of one of Australia’s
most captivating landscapes. Surrounded by natural
bushlands, the eco-sensitive design of the Lodge is in
harmony with the environment, providing visitors with
an unforgettable outback experience.
Explore the Mungo National Park and Willandra Lakes
Region World Heritage area – one of Australia’s richest
archaeological finds. The archaeological treasures of
Mungo Man and Mungo Woman were found here at
Mungo National Park and are carbon dated to over
40,000 years old. Ancient artefacts, plant matter and MUNGO NATIONAL PARK
animal bones can be found in their natural habitat
along the ‘Great Walls of China’ – an amazing
33 kilometre stretch of sand dunes and lunettes,
formed by centuries of sand storms.
Mungo Lodge is 110km from Mildura. We can arrange MUNGO NATIONAL PARK
Avis 4WD hire for you.
Mungo National Park 2km PRICE PER PERSON
1 APR 11 – 31 MAR 12 ADULTS 2 NTS EXTRA NTS
Map page 48 Ref. 1
Deluxe Cabin 2 $260 $130
Children 0 to 3 years – cot/bed charge payable direct.
4 to 12 years – adult prices apply.
Max capacity 3.
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NEW SOUTH WALES
Blue Mountains Private Safaris SIX SHARE*
Blue Mountains National Park
The forested valleys and sandstone escarpments of the Blue
Mountains are the setting for an immersive wildlife experience
and some of Australia’s most stunning wilderness scenery, all
on Sydney’s doorstep. The ranges provide some of the most
spectacular bush walks and vistas in Australia.
Blue Mountains Private Safari’s private camp is located on
the banks of the Wollondilly River amidst eucalypt and
casuarina trees. The best way to experience this region is in
the company of a local guide with intimate knowledge of the
bush to reveal its secrets. Guests are provided with exclusive
use of the swag camp, whether it is for 1 or 6 guests, and are
provided total attention of the guide.
While the focus of your experience is in the bush around you,
a few wild bush luxury touches ensure a few key comforts;
great bedding, an ensuite bush bathroom and great food and
wine served on the banks of the river or by the camp fire. The
bed is a swag mounted on a cushioned timber platform with
thick mattresses and quality linen.
All safaris are tailored to suit guests’ interests, with some of
the activities available including 4WD touring, kayaking, fly
fishing, bush walking, wine tasting and heritage tours. INCLUDES:
All meals and selected alcoholic beverages
Tea and coffee
Private use swag camp 3 swag decks
Guided activities including bushwalking, wildlife
Bush shower, bathroom and towels
viewing, canoeing, fishing and 4WD scenic tours
Lamps Wildlife viewing Bushwalking
Fly fishing Kayaking
PRICE PER PERSON
4WD safaris Wine tasting
1 APR 11 – 31 MAR 12 ADULTS 1 NT
Yeeranderie heritage tours
Swag accommodation 1 $1630
GETTING THERE: 3 $648
The camp is a 2 hour drive from Sydney. Road transfers are 4 $565
available – from $525 return for up to 4 people. Packages 5 $515
including helicopter transfers are also available.
Extra nights on application.
Map page 48 Ref. 2 Children 0 to 3 years – not catered for.
4 to 17 years – $315 per child when sharing
with 2 adults.
Max capacity 6. B LU B LU
5 Day Classic Corner Country Adventure
HIGHLIGHTS: countryside. White Cliffs is a unique small community
Broken Hill which lives underground. The thousands of shafts
Milparinka drilled by optimistic miners create an eerie, lunar
Tibooburra landscape. After dinner, the evening is at leisure.
Sturt National Park Perhaps spend some time star gazing the
Cameron Corner breathtakingly clear outback night skies.
White Cliffs Accommodation tonight is at the Underground Motel.
Mutawintji National Park (BLD)
Day 1: Broken Hill Day 5: White Cliffs to Mutawintji National Park to
Make your own way to Broken Hill and be met by your Broken Hill
Corner Country Adventure Tours host for your transfer Visit underground museums and galleries, explore
to your accommodation. Overnight in Broken Hill. White Cliffs and perhaps fossick for your own piece of
opal. Travel to Mutawintji National Park, a place of
Day 2: Broken Hill to Tibooburra dramatic scenery, prolific birdlife, crystal clear rock
Travel north towards the remote ‘Corner Country’. pools and ancient Aboriginal art. Enjoy a guided tour
Hear tales and legends of this great land and gain of the restricted Historic Site to view the Aboriginal
your first experience of the outback – our special hand stencils and rock engravings. Lunch in the
heritage. After lunch, head towards the tiny town of national park before returning to Broken Hill to be
Milparinka and historic Depot Glen. Continue to transferred to your departure point. (BL)
Tibooburra, the most remote town in New South
Wales. After dinner spend some time star-gazing. INCLUDES:
Overnight in Tibooburra. (BLD)
4 nights accommodation
Day 3: Sturt National Park and Cameron Corner Meals as indicated (B = light breakfast, L = lunch,
Wake to the sound of outback silence. After breakfast, D = dinner)
travel through spectacular Sturt National Park. Return transfers from Broken Hill Railway Station
Continue through stunning red sandhill country to the Departs: From Broken Hill
dingo fence and Cameron Corner where South 2011: • Sep 5, 9
Australia, Queensland and New South Wales meet. • Oct 3, 17, 31
Take the opportunity and time to learn about a very • Nov 14
SOUTH special part of the Australian bush. Capture the spirit 2012: • Mar 5, 19
WALES of Corner Country and see kangaroos, emus and Returns: 4pm
SOUTH birdlife by the hundreds. Return to Tibooburra your
AUSTRALIA WHITE CLIFFS overnight stay. (BLD)
Mutawintji National Park Day 4: Tibooburra to White Cliffs PRICE PER PERSON: 1 SEP 11 – 31 MAR 12
From Tibooburra head southeast to the opal fields of Adult twin share $1360
BROKEN HILL White Cliffs, enjoying lunch en route at one of the Adult sole use $1445
many beautiful dry creeks which cross the
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