Get up Close to Nature

Get up Close to Nature

Get up close with nature these school holidays at Mt Barney

Posted on 08.06.2018

YOUR kids can get up close to nature and explore one of the most beautiful national parks in south east Queensland these school holidays.

Mt Barney Lodge have released their school holiday activity program for June and July, with a wide range of activities for children of all ages.

As the coming June-July break coincides with the renowned Scenic Rim “Eat Local Week” in the first week of the school holidays, they have scheduled five of their bushtucker tracker activities in this time. On bustucker tracker, kids learn how to find bushtucker foods that are safe and tasty to eat, as well as looking for signs of wildlife.

Older kids and adults have some adventure options too, with a Mt Maroon expedition and several rockclimbing sessions planned.

The new Mt Barney Lodge school holiday adventure booklet is now a firm feature of all future Queensland and NSW school holiday dates. With more than 50 activities offered in two weeks, many families are now planning their accommodation around what is on the program as a priority.

Day adventurers are also very welcome.

Book your place now – phone 55443233 or email info@mtbarneylodge.com.au.

Click button to see the  full holiday timetable is listed below.

Source
Queensland Times

 

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