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Things to do in Darawank

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Establishment
“Black Head Bowling Club is a classic coastal town old charm bowling club. It is great for barefoot bowls on a summer's weekend and a beer if you would like! They have bands on regularly on a weekend. You can walk there from Maiori House.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“On a Sunday at Black Head Surf Club they host 'Sunday Sippers'. You are welcome to go there purchase beer on tap or wine and sit on the north facing deck overlooking the beach and soak up the summer vibe. You are welcome to bring your own cheese plate or snacks as no food is provided or available for purchase by the club.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Horse about tours is the provider of the only bush and beach ride in the Great Lakes. From our daily bush rides and 2 & 3 hour bush & beach rides, where you can travel through our native bush onto the white sandy beaches to spot dolphins.”
  • 1 local recommends
Cafe
“Closest to our accommodation and our favourite. A short walk from Casa de Jorge. Great Breakfasts and lunch and now doing dinner Fri and Sat...right on the river and so peaceful.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Located at the front of the Hallidays Point shopping centre; - Books, magazines, dvds, audio books & more for both adults & children - Art exhibitions - Movie screenings - School holiday programs - Toddler Storytime - Computers ”
  • 1 local recommends
Store
“Quality Butcher providing tender, quality meats and fresh seafood. Located at the front of the Hallidays Point Shopping Centre.”
  • 1 local recommends
Convenience Store
“The local foodworks supermarket is only a stroll down the road and through the park. Small, though this foodworks has everything any other supermarket has plus a great range of local and organic products.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Locality
“Black Head is probably the oldest part of Hallidays Point. It is a small village on the north facing side of the hill filled with a mix of charming beach shacks and new homes. The locals in Black Head are all very friendly and appreciative of the beauty of the area. - There are some great trail walks in the area, 1. a small trail walk tot he headland look out from the headland reserve. 2. a longer more dense bush trail from Back Beach carpark ending up on top of the hill near the Bowling Club. 3. a longer trail from the headland reserve/lookout all the way down to the small beach below the Bowling Club and then around to Back Beach over the rocks. - Black Head beach is great for children as there is the beach pool and southern corner which is protected from the big surf most of the time - There is also a playground nest to Black Head Beach - Black head has new pathways and outdoor exercise equipment just installed by the council. A pleasant place to walk or bike ride all the way from the Tavern to the beach and playground (good for children on bikes and scooters). - These pathways also go to the shopping Village - Hallidays Point shopping Village has a small amount of good shops including a Post Office, Bakery, Cafe, Supermarket, Chemist, Hair Salon, Beauty Salon, a nice Indian Restaurant and Real Estate agent.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Locality
“Chemist, Foodworks, Butcher, Cafe, Life Line, Hairdresser, Beauty Spa, Library.”
  • 1 local recommends