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Chillagoe Eco loge and observatory
Unpowered camp $8/per person
Powered camp $10/per person
Cabin $30/per person only 3 left so be quick , one at 6 people and 2 at 4 people
Under 4 are free
Visit their website for more info http://www.coel.com.au/a/
Book directly through them and say it is with the homeschool group.
There is also other accommodation in Chillagoe, if people would like to book elsewhere.
evening sunset watching and maybe picnic at the balancing rock , back to camp at the eco lodge and camp fire maybe with damper on a stick or fire twirling or music depends what people want to do.
Balancing Rock track (Grade: moderate)
Distance: 440m return
Details: From the Balancing Rock car park a rough track climbs up a rock formation, providing views of Balancing Rock—a spectacular limestone outcrop. Take a moment to enjoy the view and photograph the surrounding open woodlands.
Cave tours, 27:
guided tour of the Royal Arch:
Royal Arch track (Grade: easy)
Distance: 9km return
Details: From Balancing Rock car park, 2.5km south of Chillagoe, the Royal Arch track passes the Wullumba Aboriginal rock art site. This pleasant walk then winds past several striking limestone outcrops called tower karsts—features of world scientific interest.
As you cross Chillagoe Creek, notice the huge paperbark trees lining its banks. The track continues through open woodland featuring bloodwoods, Cooktown ironwoods, tea-trees and grevilleas.
At the Royal Arch bluff—an imposing jagged limestone outcrop rising abruptly from the surrounding woodland—the vegetation changes again. Here you will find scrubby deciduous plants such as native bauhinias and helicopter trees.
We are getting 10% off on all the prices
Single cave tour prices
Child (under 4 years)
Child (4 to 14 years)
Family (2 adults, 2 children)
Concession (Age Pension or Seniors Card)
Astronomy at 745pm $10/per person,s not suitable for under 6
Observatory for more info.
Or a movie on a big screen if weather not suitable.