Holiday fun in the great outdoors Ilsa Cunningham12 Jan 2017, 4:45 p.m. The NSW Parks and Wildlife Service has a variety of school holiday activities for children running until January 24 in Blackheath and Wentworth Falls. Holiday fun in the great outdoors Learning about traditional Aboriginal culture with Aboriginal discovery ranger Pam Glover.Maia Groves, 12, from Blackheath was first in line to have her face painted with ochre.Gene and Nikita Thiselton from Sydney enjoyed the face-painting experience. Eli Groves, 4, from Blackheath, was all snuggly wrapped in possum fur and mum Nova's arms.Aboriginal discovery ranger Pam Glover talks about message sticks.Learning about Aboriginal heritage with Aboriginal discovery ranger Pam Glover.Nova Groves with Eli, 4, get some hands-on experience with Aboriginal culture.Ellie-May Glover, 13, from Katoomba, prepares some ochre for face painting.Western Sydney University student teacher Sam Commerford was interested to hear more about Aboriginal culture from Pam Glover.Gene and Nikita Thiselton from Sydney enjoyed the face-painting experience. Maia Groves and Lindsay and Gene Thiselton feel possum fur. Lindsay Thiselton, 5, had her face painted at the workshop.Lindsay Thiselton models the dilly bag, hung from the head and used to carry bush goodies. TweetFacebook of ╳exitHoliday fun in the great Blue Mountains outdoorsThe NSW Parks and Wildlife Service has a variety of school holiday activities for children running until January 24 in Blackheath and Wentworth Falls. On Thursday, January 12, kids got some hands-on experience in traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture with Aboriginal discovery ranger Pam Glover in Blackheath. For more information on activities call the NPWS Blue Mountains Heritage Centre on 4787 8877.