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Rosie's Little Nature Club

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Suitable for ages 0 - 4 years, 6 - 8 years and Family

  1. Event Paluma Walks

    11 Sep 2016

    Lookouts will be signposted, Turn off main road to the right , East end of Paluma village , 4816, QLD, Australia

    Hello All :-) it's almost time for another Nature Play adventure and this time a little further afield. We would love for you to join us in a little Sunday morning stroll followed by a casual BBQ bring a plate style brunch.

    We have so many national parks close to home, often ones we may not stop the car to look at and explore. This one is about an hour north - a mix of rainforest and scrub and is part of Mt Spec national park region just on the edge of Paluma Village.

    Date: Sunday 11th September
    Time: Meet at the walks car park in Paluma at 9am
    Location: Witts and McClellands lookout as well as Cloudy Creek walking track .Paluma . 3 distance options .
    Plan: explore walks for 1-2 hours , then meet back at pincic area for BBQ at approximately 10:30/11 for BBQ and plan to be home just after lunch time before it heats up too much.

    Have attached pics and map showing the location as well as some info on the area.

    Let us know if your keen !!! :-) looking forward to catching up.

    Ngaire, Michael and Rose

  2. Photos Rosies Adventures

  3. Event Riverway Bike Ride

    5 Jun 2016

    Rossiter Park , End of Kenneally/Chandler Street in Aiktenvale, Aitkenvale , 4814, QLD, Australia

    Planning on a casual morning bike ride around the Ross River Footpath . Plenty of stops and detours to playgrounds enroute. There is a great little BMX track on the Annandale side as well. Plan is to meet at the Rossiter Park car park in Aitkenvale , Ride down to the Aplins weir in Mundingburra, cross the bridge and ride back to the Nathan Street bridge via Annandale foot path.

    Will stop to feed ducks and Turtles, swing at the swings under the big trees in Annandale, look for fish at the Weir and just enjoy a slow paced and stop go kind of ride with the focus being on the kids enjoyment and not on a rush to get things done!

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