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  1. Arts Centre Melbourne

    Arts Centre Melbourne is both a defining Melbourne landmark and Australia's largest performing arts centre. The Theatres Building beneath the magnificent Spire houses the State Theatre, with one of the...

  2. Boambee Beach

    Boambee Beach extends from Corambirra Point (near the Deep Sea Fishing Club) to Boambee Creek (north of Sawtell). The beach is not patrolled though popular with fishermen, horse trainers, joggers, jet-ski riders, four...

  3. Fitzroy Reef Lagoon

    Situated 32 nautical miles (or 90 minutes) from Seventeen Seventy is the spectacular 2,000 acre Fitzroy Reef. The only naturally formed, all tidal entrance Lagoon on the Southern Great Barrier Reef, it boasts a...

  4. Pikes Wines

    Pikes is a family owned winery, established in 1984 by Neil and Andrew Pike. Over the years the business has grown somewhat, but Pikes still has plenty of charm and character.The Pikes label was...

  5. 7 Peaks Run - Mt Baw Baw

    Snowgum-cloaked sweeping singletrack featuring big Gippsland Valley and backcountry alpine views: Mt Baw Baw offers stunning, unique, accessible trail running routes suitable for novices through to wild country...

  6. Gorge Rim Walk, Dales Gorge

    The moderate two kilometre Gorge Rim Walk follows the rim of Dales Gorge, in Karijini National Park, between Circular Pool Lookout and the beginning of the Fortescue Falls track. This Top Trail offers spectacular...

  7. Royal Thai Embassy, The

    The Royal Thai Embassy represents Thailand in Australia. This office offers updated information on Thailand and their relations with Australia.Please check their website for comprehensive details...

  8. Leacock Regional Park

    Located in Casula, southwest Sydney, Leacock Regional Park is a great spot of dog walking, jogging, cycling and picnicking.Leacock Regional Park provides a welcome patch of open green space at Casula in...

  9. Escarpment Walk

    Located in the eastern section of the Judbarra / Gregory National Park, the three kilometre Escarpment Walk provides panoramic views of the Victoria River Valley with its soaring red escarpments. Follow the Nungali...

  10. Spain, Embassy of

    The Embassy of Spain represents Spain in Australia. Their jurisdiction also covers Nauru, Papua-New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. This office offers updated information on Spain and their relations with...

  11. Robertson lookout

    This easily accessible lookout on the edge of the escarpment offers a scenic take on the area. Standing on the wooden viewing platform, the splendid Mount Keira looms in the centre of the amazing view, but you’re...

  12. Steve Morvell Wildlife Art

    Steve Morvell Wildlife Art Studio is located at Halls Gap in the picturesque Grampians National Park.Steve Morvell is an internationally acclaimed environmental artist, dedicated to raising human awareness...

  13. Migrant Heritage Walk

    Step out of your car and into the past. This short walk, perfect for walking with children and for visitors with ties to the local area, pulls you back through the fascinating history of Scheyville. Whether you make...

  14. Thedbo Mountain Biking

    Thredbo MTB is an exciting business aimed to make Thredbo one of the key mountain biking destinations in Australia. You can hire everything you need in Thredbo or bring your own equipment. There...

  15. Merimbula Bar Beach

    Merimbula Bar Beach is sheltered from the wind, which makes it a popular spot for families, as the beach is peaceful and calm. The beach is also popular for snorkelling during the summer months. When the tide is out,...

  16. Adelaide House

    Adelaide House is a two-storey structure with a timber frame, timber clad first floor and ground floor walls of stone. The whole ground floor is surrounded by a wide verandah. Of particular importance is the cellar...

  17. Poppy's Chocolate

    Want to experience the best Australia has to offer in chocolate making? Want to taste mouth watering chocolates only the finest hotels and retailers offer their customers? Did you know they are all made in Beenleigh...

  18. Lindsay Pryor National Arboretum

    This 30-hectare arboretum on the western shore of Lake Burley Griffin commemorates the outstanding contribution of Emeritus Professor Lindsay Pryor AO (1915-1998) to Canberra and the nation. It also recognises the...

  19. RD Opal Centre

    Located in the scenic coastal town of Coffs Harbour on the NSW Mid-North Coast, RD Opal Centre is one of Australia's longest running and best known opal gemstone and jewellery stores.Offering only the...

  20. Scitech

    Scitech is an educational and engaging science centre conveniently located in the heart of Perth. As Western Australia's leading science education institution, this unique centre offers interactive science experiences...

  21. Gordonbrook Dam

    The Dam is the sole source of water supply for Kingaroy; it was built in 1941 to provide water for the Royal Australian Air Force Training Base during WWII. In 1987 due to increased demand the dam wall was raised and...

  22. Blacksmiths Beach

    Blacksmiths Beach is a patrolled beach at the southern end of a nine mile stretch of coastline. It is popular with families, as it is known as being safe for swimming. The breakwall, which acts as the border between...

  23. Kangaroo Island Gallery

    The Kangaroo Island Gallery is the retail outlet for members of the Kangaroo Island Art Society which was established in 1988. The centrally located gallery, with its diversity of beautiful...

  24. Vlamingh Lookout

    Vlamingh Lookout, named after the Dutch navigator Williem de Vlamingh, who landed in Rottnest Island in 1696, is located on the eastern part of Rottnest Island. Vlamingh Lookout is a great spot for...

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