Glow Worm Grotto
Take yourself and a friend to see the glow worms. It's a wondrous chance for visitors to see a great light show all provided by nature. Make sure you wear the right shoes, clothes and bring a torch. And take care to minimise the impact on these luminescent locals.
Mirek will lead the bushwalk on Saturday morning for people who love to stretch out. For those who want the experience the fresh air and explore the beautiful area that Bundanoon has to offer.
Mountain Bike Ride
This is going to be lead by Karen Garnett, one of the original founders of BASH. This ride will be catered for beginners and intermediate, depending on skill levels who attend. Contact 'Ye Olde Bicycle Shoppe' in Bundanoon to hire a bike or bring your own mountain bike on the weekend.
Yoga for all those who wish to get to know their body better, make it healthier, stronger and softer, in one word: to feel better. What dancers know is that it is not enough to only practice dance movement technique, we need to also work on our body and our mind, to develop as dancers more quickly and correctly. Beautiful movements come naturally from a healthy body and a happy and calm mind.
Playful, exhilarating, and connected - that's the dance called Canyengue. Music for Canyengue is played at most milongas - think Firpo, Canaro, and Lomuto, among others - but lacking the necessary skills many dance tango to this music, and so fail to enjoy it to its full potential. Myk Dowling & Ann Smith are leading an introduction to this engaging improvised dance that is the original tango that took the world by storm.
Visit the local shops. There are several interesting Arts & Craft stores to shop at just on the main road. Visit this website to explore more of Bundanoon, http://bundanoon.com.au/arts-crafts/
Live Breathe Tango