Nanga – Packing Checklist

Packing Checklist Name tag Breakfast food & tea towel(s) for cleaning up after yourself. Cake or other yummy offering to share Mug for tea/coffee Pre-dinner drinks, snack food, wine glass. Usual felting equipment including plastic sheet, towels in addition to Fiona’s, water container, bucket Felting materials for Fiona’s workshop (see seperate Workshop Materials List) Wool […]

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Nanga – What to bring

Clothing Dwellingup like most forest places it can be rainy and damp.  It can also be cold and sunny on the same day – so bring layers of clothing, a raincoat and/or an umbrella.  There is a large fireplace and a drum fire in the main space so we will be cosy and warm inside. […]

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Nanga – Facilities

Bedrooms The facility sleeps up to 92 in bunk rooms of 4, but!  There are 45 to 50 lower bunks so everyone can have a lower bunk, we only need to share with maybe one person, and we can all have 3 mattresses each on the bunk!  Full facilities of Currawong are further down.  You […]

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Nanga – How to get there

Google Maps and car GPS are pretty accurate but just in case … Getting to Dwellingup Depending on where you live there are 2 ways to get to Dwellingup – either via the Freeway and Forest highway or the South Western Highway. Either way you are heading to Pinjarra. Its the Pinjarra Williams Road off […]

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