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WilderQuest animal adventure

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Alerts: closed areas


Updated: 22/12/2014 04:58 PM

Find out where all the animals hide in the bush

Calling all animal scouts! Come searching for clues hidden along the walking track. Discover where different native animals make their homes, how they survive in the bush and what dangers they face. Your ranger guide will show you how to spot night wildlife. Hear some ancient legends about the Southern Cross and watch the first stars come out (weather permitting). This early evening activity is designed for children 6 to 12 years. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Available on request with prior notification and subject to staff availability. Fee $210 and max 20 participants.
Arakoon National Park. See getting there information.
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Medium. Suitable for children aged 6 years and over as quietness is essential for this activity.
Children $8 per person. Adult $12 per person. Family $32 for two adults and two children.
Bookings and pre-payment required. Phone Trial Bay Gaol Office (02) 65866 6168. Open 9am - 4.30pm 7days a week.  

Getting there

Event location:

Meeting place:

Trial Bay BBQ shelter shed. 300m from Trial Bay Gaol near beach access and main campground facilities block.

Getting there:

Arakoon National Park is approximately 4km from the village of South West Rocks.


Parking is available near the Trial Bay BBQ Shelter Shed and the carpark at Trial Bay Gaol.

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Arakoon National Park

closed areas

Little Bay Beach affected by rock fall
The northern section of Little Bay Beach is closed due to the risk of falling boulders. Contact the park office on (02) 6566 6621 for more information.
Locations affected: Little Bay picnic area, Little Bay Beach

Monument Hill walking track, Arakoon National Park. Photo: Debby McGerty