Comfort Inn Fairways
24 Golf Place
Primbee, NS 2502
Phone: (61) 2 42747274
Fax: (61) 2 42746376
Operational since 1961, the Tallawarra Power Station, was the first of its kind in the state of New South Wales. Nestled on the western shore of the Illawarra Lake, this power house supplies energy to all the surrounding cities of the state. Surrounding the station are a number of open spaces and playgrounds open to the public and with the backdrop of this mega house, picnics held here are one of a kind. The station also allows public access to some of its sections and also conducts guided tours. For more facts and figures, do check out the station's website.
The City Diggers Club in Wollongong offers its recreation and leisure facilities such as a family bistro, cafe, bar and play room for its members as well as guests. Open on all days of the week, the club also comprises function rooms equipped with advanced technology for hosting number of events throughout the year. Call or visit their website for information about membership and more.
Wollongong City Surf Life Saving Club has been patrolling the coasts of the city's Blue Mile for more than 100 years. The club is also recognized as one of Wollongong's reputed sports clubs. They organize fun-filled outdoor activities of kids, adults and also senior citizens. Other activities at the club include training in first aid, pain management, etc. They also undertake various tournaments and competitions for members.
The Woonona Bulli RSL Memorial Club is one of the largest in the city providing state-of-the-art facilities for its members. The club includes restaurants, fitness centers, sports and recreational facilities and a number of spaces available for private functions. Members of the club come here with family and friends to spend quality time dining and entertaining. The clubs bowling center and sports club only add to the healthy atmosphere. For more on their events and services, call ahead or check out the website.
Situated at the top of the Macquarie Pass on rich volcanic soil, Robertson boasts a phenomenal annual rainfall of 1,950mm--as all viewers of the feature film Babe will appreciate! This combination of rich soil and rainfall supported a dense rain-forest, the Yarrawah Brush, which formed an impenetrable barrier. However, the Robertson Land Acts of 1881 granted land to thousands of settlers and provided the impetus for clearing the forest. The small Robertson Nature Reserve remains as a monument to the pioneers. The charming town offers historical weatherboard buildings, crafts, gifts and antiques, cafes, restaurants, accommodation and a jazz festival.
The Shoalhaven Heads Bowling Club is a recreational club with a number of facilities. There are lawn bowling areas, dining and drinking options, TAB, in-house gym, darts and other games, spaces for private hire as well as live entertainment. The bistro has take away facilities for beverages. Parking space offered is ample and disabled-friendly. Contact the venue for more details.
From the historic Hampden Suspension Bridge as you enter Kangaroo Valley, to the plethora of tearooms, nurseries, craft, antique and gift shops, you feel you are entering another world. Browse among pottery, woodworks and art galleries; relax over organic gourmet lunches and afternoon teas or snack on chips and burgers. Explore wildlife and magnificent mountain scenery on one of the many bush walks and let the tensions of ordinary life fade. Too much to see in one day, the pretty township offers accommodation in rustic bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, a modern country motel or the character filled Friendly Inn.