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  1. Jerusalem Creek paddle route

    Launch a canoe or kayak from the pontoon and paddle the tranquil tea-tree lined waters of Jerusalem Creek. A popular place for paddling on the north coast, the route offers the perfect combination of convenience and...

  2. Commandment Rock Picnic Area

    Commandment Rock picnic area in Lane Cove National Park has a large grassy stretch that is perfect for games before your picnic lunch. You can even book the area.In 1866 Commandment Rock was home to a family...

  3. Ross's Relics Yass

    Ross' Relics is an interesting collection of artefacts, bric-a-brac, collectables, antiques and second hand goods and furniture under one roof.Located in the main street of Yass, easily visible...

  4. Turkish Embassy

    The Turkish Embassy represents Turkey in Australia. This office offers updated information on Turkey and their relations with Australia. Please check their website for comprehensive details of...

  5. Shag Rock Dive Site

    Shag Rock is located off Brisbane's North Stradbroke Island and is one of those all-weather sites that is very under-appreciated at times. Surrounding Shag Rock are rocky reefs and coral gardens in depths from 6 to 20...

  6. Calderwood Valley Golf Course

    Nestled within the picturesque Illawarra Escarpment, Calderwood Valley Golf Course is the ultimate social golfer’s course. A high quality public layout with stunning scenery welcomes social players seven days a week....

  7. Collins Park

    The tranquil setting of Collins Park provides the perfect family escape. Located in the centre of the park is a playground for the kids with mature trees providing plenty of shady spots. Around the...

  8. Iron Pot Golf Course

    The Iron Pot Golf Course is a public golf course in south-east Tasmania. South Arm is a 40-minute drive south-east of Hobart (37 km) overlooking the mouth of the Derwent Estuary and northern entrance to the D...

  9. Trousers Point Great Short Walk

    Trousers Point is known for two beautiful beaches, views to off-shore islands and Mt Strzelecki, and unusual rock features. Trousers Point Beach is the most photographed and celebrated beach on the Island with crystal...

  10. Work of Art Community Art Gallery

    Work of Art Community Gallery was opened in August 2013 by retired businessman, Chris Burgess. Fulfilling a dream to showcase his considerable art collection as well as exhibiting current work by leading international...

  11. Bounce Inc

    Bounce Inc is a world where the wall becomes the floor, a slam dunk is within your grasp and the rules of gravity no longer apply. It’s packed with lots of things to do with children and the family. Bounce...

  12. Magic Mountain Dive Site

    Magic Mountain, a dive site on the Outer Gneerings Reef off Mooloolaba's coast, is a dive for more experienced divers due to its depth and the complex structures formed by rocky outcrops. The large group of outcrops...

  13. ACMI

    Stories that transport you, ideas that transform you at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI).Immerse yourself in the world of film, television and digital culture at ACMI's permanent free...

  14. Provenance Barossa

    Provenance Barossa is a unique new destination for wine, food and tourism experiences in the Barossa Valley. Whether it’s a glass of wine, a pint of craft beer with a quick meal, a long lunch or dinner, a...

  15. Chauvel Cinema

    Sydney’s listed screen gem The Chauvel has been operating in the historic Paddington Town Hall from 1977. Formerly the Paddington Town Hall ballroom (the fully sprung floor remains under the seats) the Cinema One...

  16. Wanneroo Markets

    Wanneroo Markets every weekend. A Perth icon for 25 years. Experience a different fun day, every weekend at the Wanneroo Markets.Try, taste and buy from the market stalls with Western Australia’s...

  17. Lady Gails Bookshop and Curios

    From the hard to find gift to the hidden treasure for yourself, Lady Gail's Bookshop and Curios is a must visit when stopping in Holbrook. You won't find just books here but a treasure trove of antiques, second hand...

  18. Hummock Hill Lookout

    Overlooking the eastern end of Whyalla, Hummock Hill was developed by BHP as a gift to the city to commemorate BHPs centenary year and was handed over to the City Council during the 1986 South Australian Jubilee 150...

  19. Blenheim Beach

    Blenheim Beach is a short beach that forms part of the famous White Sands Walk in Jervis Bay National Park. It is surrounded by dense sloping bushland giving the true bush-to-beach experience. It is known as having...

  20. The Lion of Waterloo

    The Lion of Waterloo is believed to be the oldest licensed hotel west of the Blue Mountains that is still standing.Dating back to 1841, The Lion of Waterloo was a popular destination for coaches, station hands,...

  21. Narrawallee Beach

    Narrawallee Beach is a popular spot for learning to surf and for families. The southern end often has long breaking waves, ideal of learning to surf. The northern end has a great playground and barbecue area, and the...

  22. Canberra City Bowling Club

    Come down to Canberra City Bowling Club to meet Andrew and the staff at Blake's. Open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Saturday. Tucked away in a quiet location just minutes from the city...

  23. Shell Hill Reserve

    Unique to South AustraliaShell Hill is over 5 million years old, a deposit of oyster shells that were in some places 6 metres thick. Shell Hill was formerly part of a shallow sea occupying the...

  24. Gateway Village

    Situated on the Lincoln Causeway, between Albury and Wodonga, Gateway Village is home to an array of quality artists, fine art galleries, theatres, a Mediterranean restaurant, fortnightly farmers market and an...

  25. Pebbles and Pods

    Pebbles and Pods - art and craft items celebrating the natural environment of Jervis Bay in all its little details. Delicate, petite watercolour paintings of local bird species, native plant...

  26. Cathedral of The Holy Cross

    The Cathedral of Holy Cross in Geraldton is renowned for having one of the largest areas of stained glass windows in Australia. Thanks to the elevated lot it stands on, the Anglican cathedral is an impressive sight...

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