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Multi Day Snowy Mountains and Sapphire Coast from Canberra
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Discover the unspoiled beauty of the Snowy Mountains and Sapphire Coast in southern New South Wales on this 6 day, intimate, guided small group, eco-certified tour. Hike in spectacular national parks, sample multi award-winning cuisine, and custom-add activities to design the tour to suit you. Take advantage of Jeff and Janine’s passion for the outdoors, and their knowledge of the flora, fauna, and history of their own backyard. Depart from the nation’s capital, Canberra, and Relax, Reconnect and Refocus, on this nature-based holiday with a difference.
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Didi S wrote a review Feb 2021
Wollongong, Australia11 contributions
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Actually finding the rocks was a mission! Thank goodness for other reviews, which helped us find the rocks. Follow Glasshouse Rocks Rd until you reach the cemetery. Go to the white fence, follow track parralel to the fence. When you get to a fork on the left, with a slight descent, follow that, until you reach the water.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Ellemay 🍹🐠🐳 wrote a review Feb 2021
Sydney, Australia47,124 contributions31,463 helpful votes
The Glasshouse Rocks is located on Narooma Surf beach which is the best place to view them especially at low tide when one can simply walk along the beach 🏖. The ancient rocks are incredibly interesting with different formations which are ideal for photos. At high tide drive to the Narooma cemetery and locate the white fence with a trail leading down to the beach.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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joanne c wrote a review Feb 2021
Sydney13 contributions12 helpful votes
One of the most amazing beaches i've ever been to, the rock formations are incredible and create plenty of natural rock pools to have a swim in. Access is via a track from the cemetery which only takes 5 minutes.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Oldjack wrote a review Dec 2020
Greater Melbourne, Australia22,305 contributions2,547 helpful votes
This was an interesting rock formation of the coast south of Narooma but difficult to access and view close up. We found access via Mystery Bay but not to the beach where the rocks stood. Better signage assuming they wanted people to visit would have helped. Overall pretty coastline and scdenery.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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tinker wrote a review Oct 2020
Sydney, Australia66 contributions25 helpful votes
Looks like it could be good, but we didn't go the right way to get up close. After giving up early on access near the cemetery, we tried getting around the headland from the beach to the north. Unfortunately, that attempt failed too, because we had gone barefoot and the rocks were painful to walk on. So.... we had to settle on a view from the distance, which was still pretty good. Lesson to be learnt: read tripadvisor before going anywhere!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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