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There is a service station, general store and cafe onsite. Its a rather quite location and very peaceful all in all a nice place to spend a night or two. AND a great place for your kayak.
Established on 7 acres of land originally purchased by Charles and Marjorie Wigg in 1953, Featherdale has evolved from a poultry farm into one of the best privately own wildlife parks in Australia. Education and Conservation form an integral component of Featherdale’s philosophy. Not only is Featherdale renowned throughout the tourism industry but also its extensive captive breeding programs have set the standard for animal conservation and management in the zoological industry. As a result, Featherdale animals and animal husbandry techniques are highly sought after by zoos and fauna parks all over the world.
Walk to the Nowra Wildlife Park. Have a bite to eat in the Cafe.
Walk along the River and maybe throw a line in.
Full camping facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible, including toilet blocks with hot showers. And if you get tired of cooking on a camp stove, we have a cafe offering a range of tasty meals and snacks.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo, formerly known as Western Plains Zoo and commonly known as Dubbo Zoo, is a large zoo near Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. It opened to the public on 28 February 1977, to provide more living and breeding space for large animals such as elephants and antelopes which needed more space than was available at the restricted Sydney site.