bean bag hire Blue Mountains & Central West

The Central West NSW region is defined as the area west of the Blue Mountains. If you look in the map this area is actually Eastern NSW (however is referred to as Central West due to where it is in relation to Sydney!!). The main centres in this region are the cities Bathurst, Orange and Dubbo and two large towns, Cowra and Parkes.

The combination of country hospitality, spectacular scenery, fantastic local produce and wines attract holiday makers to the Central West. The Taronga Western Plains Zoo is a popular attraction for locals and visitors. It has over 4000 animals including rare animals like rhinos, big cats, giraffes and elephants. Their interactive zookeepers and daily tours provide a magical, memorable experience.

Dubbo locals love getting into their sport and the outdoors – the city has over 82.55 hectares of public open space and over 20 sports fields located across the city. Sports are a great way to socialise and establish a culture. The Dubbo Rhinos are staging an innovative Beach Rugby Tournament to try and get the country New South Wales rugby ommunity together to celebrate the end of the season.

On the 27th of October the Dubbo Rhinos are trucking in 500 tonnes of sand, creating their own beach at the showgrounds inside the Waratahs’ Daikin blow up arena for 16 teams to play off at 5 a side beach rugby. Waratahs’ Daikin blow-up arena. There is going to be a festival atmosphere with rugby union players from all over NSW travelling to Dubbo to take part.

There will be a grandstand to watch the games, but the teams may want to have their own area specifically for the team and their families to watch the other games and have a bit of chill time. A gazebo with some outdoor beanbags can create a comfortable space for the team to hang out when they are not playing.

Outdoor Beanbag Hire have durable, vinyl beanbags that are great for sporting events. Choose your team colours from their colour range, and enjoy sitting on clouds between games. These portable couches can stand up to Mother Nature and a bit of rough and tumble. The heavy-duty vinyl fabric is easy to clean with a quick wipe if there are any mud stains or drink spills you need to get rid of.

This beach rugby tournament is set to add a bit of spice to the NSW Rugby Union season, with some much needed socialising and fun to celebrate the end of the season. Some colourful outdoor beanbags to relax on throughout the day will only make the event even better.

Blue Mountains location

  • Bell
  • Blackheath
  • Blaxland
  • Bullaburra
  • Faulconbridge
  • Glenbrook
  • Hawkesbury Heights
  • Hazelbrook
  • Katoomba
  • Lapstone
  • Lawson
  • Leura
  • Linden
  • Medlow Bath
  • Mount Irvine
  • Mount Riverview
  • Mount Victoria
  • Mount Wilson
  • Springwood
  • Sun Valley
  • Valley Heights
  • Warrimoo
  • Wentworth Falls
  • Winmalee
  • Woodford
  • Yellow Rock
Blue Mountains

Central West location

The Blue Mountains are is a rugged region, and world heritage site that lies to the west of metropolitan Sydney.   The major town in the region is Katoomba which borders with the Blue Mountains National Park.  The scenery is dramatic, with steep cliffs, eucalyptus forests and many waterfalls.  There are small villages around the region offering guesthouses, galleries and gardens.

One of the most well-known gardens in this region is Mayfield Garden, in Oberon.  This is one of the largest privately owned, cool climate gardens in the world and open to visitors the entire year.  As part of the Mayfield Spring Garden Festival the breathtaking Hawkins Family Garden is opened to the public for 16 days.

The Hawkins Family Garden covers 124 acres beyond Mayfield Garden and is perfectly manicured with many interesting design elements.  The English Box Hedge Maze is the second largest in Australia and is challenging for all ages.

A complimentary shuttle bus and garden tour run continuously throughout the spring festival, making a loop of the Hawkins Family Garden, with multiple drop off and pick up points.

If you bring your children with you, they may not be as enthusiastic about the Rhododendron Dell, or the Fastigiate Oak lined driveway.   There is a high chance they will be annoyed about wandering around a garden for hours on end.   Its recommended that you bring plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained.   They need plenty of things to do and a comfortable area to base their day around.

It’s easy to create a little den of treats and activities to ensure the children are peaceful for a few hours of garden viewing.   Pack some of their favourite snacks, some nice drinks and a couple of treats to avoid the hangry temper tantrums.

Activities are dependent on the children.  Colouring in books, reading, and art supplies are a great idea.  A backup plan with some toys, games and an Ipad or laptop with some tv shows loaded on work a charm.

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