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  1. Wonga Wetlands

    A sanctuary for birdwatchers, field naturalists, photographers and bushwalking groups, wandering Wonga Wetlands is a fantastic way to wind down and enjoy nature. Wonga is also a remarkable educational experience for...

  2. Daylesford Heart of Yoga

    Daylesford Heart of Yoga's fully qualified and insured yoga and meditation teachers provide one-on-one classes, private group classes, corporate yoga and meditation workshops and individual yoga home practice design....

  3. King Carnival Mini Golf

    For a fun day out for the whole family to enjoy come and see us at King Carnival Mini Golf.King Carnival has an amazing 18 Hole Mini Golf Course rated as one of the top five in Australia. The...

  4. Better Read Than Dead

    In the heart of the King Street shopping strip and an area staple for more than 15 years, Better Read Than Dead treats the neighbourhood to regular community and author events and a reading room perfect for book...

  5. Ice Arena

    Adelaide's Ice Arena is a popular destination for families, young people and friends looking for some indoor adventure and fun.The Ice Arena has an Olympic size rink and a beginner skating rink....

  6. Barwon Heads Golf Club

    Nestled among the coastal dunes just metres from the spectacular Victorian Surf Coast, the exceptional Barwon Heads Golf Club is one of the most appealing regional layouts in Australia. Undulating fairways, strategic...

  7. Chatham Gallery

    At the Chatham Gallery you are welcome to drop in and browse their collection, choose a painting in the gallery, or commission a painting or sculpture of your choice. Join in the ongoing classes or...

  8. Greenmount War Memorial

    The life-sized grey sandstone 'Digger' statue in the Darling Downs farming community of Greenmount, stands at ease on top of a square base, with crossed rifles and laurel wreaths carved on the sides. Warwick...

  9. Kyabram Fauna Park

    The Park has the second largest collection of Australian Fauna in Victoria, including Koalas, Alpine Dingoes, Owls, Snakes, Wombats, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Tasmanian Devils, Cockatoos, Parrots, Waterfowl, Cranes,...

  10. The Avocado Farm

    Why not stop off and bag yourself a bargain from The Avocado Farm stall, situated on Nelson Bay Road at Bobs Farm.They're open from June to mid December for avocados, macadamia nuts, and local honey. They...

  11. Lighthouse View

    Lighthouse View is a distinctive space on the Great Ocean Road, only 90 minutes from Melbourne, where you will discover beautifully designed and hard-to-find Australian made items.Carefully chosen, with a...

  12. Denmark Hill Conservation Reserve

    It's not often you get an unspoiled natural wonderland in the heart of a city but Denmark Hill Conservation Reserve in Ipswich Central is an idyllic environmental gem. Once you descend the walking tracks amid huge...

  13. Courthouse Museum Yalgoo

    The historic Courthouse Museum Yalgoo provides an interesting look at the town’s goldrush heritage. Wander through the rooms which contain displays that depict life in Yalgoo when it was founded in the 1890s after the...

  14. Mount Nameless

    Mount Nameless in Tom Price is the highest accessible mountain by four-wheel drive vehicle in Western Australia. If you want all of the rewards of a spectacular mountain view, without the effort of hiking up it, Mount...

  15. St Hugo

    At St Hugo, visitors can indulge in the outstanding collection of St Hugo red wines in this beautifully restored building that reflects the rich history of Hugo Gramp and his lifelong connection to the region....

  16. Dunns Swamp

    Just 25km east of Rylstone and Kandos is Dunns Swamp, a popular camping and picnic area. Set on the banks of the Cudgegong River and nestled amongst the stunning sandstone pagoda rock formations. Dunns Swamp enjoys an...

  17. Bingi Dreaming Track

    Follow in the footsteps of the Brinja-Yuin people as you walk the Bingi Dreaming track.Traditionally, Dreaming tracks or Song Lines link the places visited by Aboriginal people, the Bingi Dreaming track...

  18. Merredin Town Hall

    The charming Merredin Town Hall was built in 1925 as a memorial to the soldiers that lost their lives in World War I. Take a walk around this aesthetically pleasing building which photographs beautifully from every...

  19. May Queen

    Floating in Constitution Dock in Hobart is Australia's oldest sail trading vessel SV May Queen. A significant vessel in the maritime heritage of Australia, SV May Queen is listed at No. 22 on the World Ship Trust...

  20. St Johns Church of England

    St Johns Church of England was the first church consecrated in Western Australia. The consecration was performed by Bishop Short of Adelaide in 1848. In the aisle of the church are 22 centimetre...

  21. Browns Mart

    Browns Mart was designed by JG Knight and constructed in 1885 for VL Solomon and became known as Solomon’s Emporium. It is a simple rectangular stone (local porcellanite) building with corrugated galvanised iron...

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