Assessment task 3 Role Play (1)




Assessment task 3 Role Play (1)

Assessment Task 3

Role Play

Family of 5

There are the iconic experiences such as Luna Park, Sydney Opera House and the incredible Blue Mountains with Jenolan Caves to tick off those family adventure lists. Feeling the heat? We know how those Aussie summers can get – good thing there are places like Jamberoo Water Park and Wet n Wild to cool down in!

A trip to New South Wales wouldn’t be complete without the incredible opportunities to get close to wildlife. Australian Shark and Ray Centre, Australia Reptile Park and Featherdale Wildlife Park are all excellent places for kids to experience the country’s beautiful creatures up close.

  • Koala Hospital
  • Perisher Ski Resort
  • Jerilderie Steam Rai
  • Bay and Basin Leisure Centre
  • Koalas in Gunnedah
  • Shoalhaven Zoo
  • Snowy Wilderness
  • On the Perch Bird Park
  • Newly Married Couple

    Nestled comfortably in the Blue Mountains National Park is the Sofitel Fairmont Resort. Overlooking the Jamison Valley, it’s only a 90-minute drive from Sydney and provides easy access to Leura, one of the most charming upper-mountain villages in Australia. All 222 spacious rooms and suites are stylishly decorated in autumnal colours and present panoramic views of the valley, the fairway, the on-site swimming pool or gardens.

    Romance seekers can find secluded moments in the resort’s extensive nine and a half hectares of grounds and gardens, dip into the hot tub or challenge each other to a good-spirited game of golf at the adjoining Leura course. The hotel also makes a great jumping off point for exploring local attractions like Wentworth Falls and the Zig Zag railway.

    This hotel offers five on-site dining options depending on your mood or the formality of the occasion. Take high tea or share intimate secrets over evening drinks in the Sublime Lounge, cuddle up in casual fireside dining at Embers or try a three-course degustation menu at Eucalypt Restaurant.

    Older Family of 6


    Assessment task 3 Role Play (1)
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    Older Family of 6

    Food and wine make for a perfect short break, and Mudgee is the perfect place to embrace it. Located three and a half hours west of Sydney, this region offers many vineyards with plenty of artisan food producers.3

    Things to do in Mudgee:

  • Wine tours – Mudgee is home to a number of established wineries, such as the Robert Oatley Vineyards and Thistle Hill. Take a trip to different cellar doors for tastings or arrange a vineyard tour from operators in the area.
  • Soar to new heights – Hot air balloon operators in the Mudgee region will take you on a soaring trip above the beautiful countryside. You’ll see rolling hills, fields of vines, and the attractive town of Mudgee on your travels.4
  • North Head Lookout

    At North Head Lookout, you can enjoy the magnificent views across Sydney Harbour and back towards Manly Cove and south, towards South Head. North Head is situated at North Head Scenic Drive, Manly.

    Elizabeth Bay House

    Elizabeth Bay House was once “the finest house in the colony, set within a garden of the most remarkable extravagance and fancy.”

    Experience how wealthy families lived in the 1830’s, see the servants’ quarters and go down to the cellars under the house.

    Elizabeth House is situated at 7 Onslow Avenue in Elizabeth Bay, about 4.5kms east of the Sydney CBD.

    Chowder Bay

    Chowder Bay is located on the southern side of Middle Head peninsula and is nestled between the harbour and a steep backdrop of natural bushland. You can enjoy an afternoon on the beach, explore the historic buildings or dine at the lovely waterside cafes and restaurants.

    Cumberland State Forest

    Cumberland State Forest is Australia’s only state forest. It’s hidden off Castle Hill Road in the Hills District and is a picturesque environment. It contains 40 hectares of native forest and was dedicated as a State Forest in 1939. One third of the land was planted as an arboretum while the remainder was allowed to regenerate naturally.

    Auburn Botanic Gardens

    The Auburn Botanic Gardens feature a stunning range of horticultural and fauna attractions and substantial picnic grounds, situated in Western Sydney, located 20kms west of Sydney’s CBD.


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