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  1. Bill Allen Lookout

    For sweeping 360-degree panoramic views of Tennant Creek and this unique, Central Australian district, make a stop at Bill Allen Lookout. It is situated just past the Battery Hill Mining Centre.The...

  2. Wasp Head Picnic Area

    If you enjoy a remote spot for a relaxing lunch, then head to the Wasp Head picnic area near South Durras in Murramarang National Park. The low-key facilities means it’s a great picnic spot, with great views and...

  3. Georges River Nature Reserve

    The Georges River Nature Reserve in Campbelltown features scenic beauty, European heritage sites and is rich in Indigenous history. The reserve is a highly significant landscape feature of the...

  4. Orange Heritage Trail

    The City of Orange reflects a rich tapestry from the traditional Wiradjuri land owners, to the settlers, gold miners and commercial traders. Take time out to take a leisurely stroll around the streets of Orange and...

  5. Scottsdale Golf Club

    Scottsdale Golf Club in Tasmania's north east is a nine-hole relatively flat course with water challenges.It contains lush fairways bordered by Blackwood and Douglas Fir trees, and a large lake providing a...

  6. Davies Creek Mountain Bike Park

    Davies Creek Mountain Bike Park is a network of flowing trails winding along the shadowed slopes of the Lamb Range. This park includes lengths and grades suitable for all riders to navigate granite outcrops, cross...

  7. Unreal Rocks Statue Gallery

    Unreal Rocks Statue Gallery has been established in the Shoalhaven area since 2005. Stroll through the grounds and experience the craftsmanship of the artworks situated throughout the gardens....

  8. Mitchells Ridge Lookout

    Mitchells Ridge Lookout is an historic lookout and rest area, named after Sir Thomas Mitchell who supervised the building of the Pass by convict labour in 1832. An obelisk at the lookout commemorates the opening of...

  9. Nikenbah Markets

    The Nikenbah Markets are held at the Hervey Bay Animal Refuge on the first and third Sundays of each month. Items for sale at these very popular Markets include arts and crafts, fresh produce, trash and treasure,...

  10. Botanic Walk

    Botanic walk is a great way to discover the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. You can learn the names of some unique trees and ferns on this short stroll across the Wilson River from the picnic area. Designed to...

  11. National Carillon

    The National Carillon is a striking 50 metre tall architectural landmark. It is also an impressive musical instrument with 55 bronze bells, each weighing between seven kilograms and six tonnes. Aspen Island...

  12. Mount Britton

    Mount Britton is an abandoned gold mining town, situated approximately 35 minutes drive north-east of Nebo. Founded in 1880 when a tent city for gold mining sprung up, the township became known as...

  13. H and S Metalcraft

    H and S Metalcraft is a privately-owned family run business located in both Jervis Bay NSW and Murrumburrah NSW. Johannes Smeets who is the original founder and artist behind the idea of the business is a talented...

  14. Canberra Croquet Club

    The Canberra Croquet Club's three full size lawns and Heritage Clubhouse are next to Canberra's historic Hyatt Hotel. They're surrounded by large shady trees with adequate parking nearby. Three mallet sports; gateball...

  15. Bull Pup Beach

    Bull Pup Beach is a quiet south-facing beach which backs on to the Murramarang Aboriginal Area Walking Track and some of the Murramarang middens. This beach has deeper water near to the shore and is often protected...

  16. 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace

    19 Karen was founded in 2008. It represents Australian and international artists of various styles and genres – from Urban and Street art, to Pop art, Expressionism, Contemporary Figurative and Abstract to Realism,...

  17. Lords Table Mountain

    Nature lovers will enjoy the surrounds of the Lords Table Mountain, located approximately 35 kilometres west of Dysart along the Dysart Clermont Road. Introduce yourself to the brilliant hues and unusual shapes of...

  18. Horton Falls and Walks

    The Horton Falls are quite spectacular during wet periods but can dry up over extended dry times. The falls can be viewed from two vantage points and picnic shelters have been erected in the area. Several marked...

  19. Harrow Gardens

    Harrow Homestead is a private home and a grand residence, with the warmth and charm of yesteryear. Robert Ramsay, the English owner, had the impressive home constructed in the 1870s mainly of hoop pine and red cedar...

  20. Little Blowhole Kiama

    The Little Blowhole is a little bit hard to find, but well worth the effort, situated just off Tingira Crescent three kilometres south of the Kiama Township. The spray reaches remarkable heights and can be viewed from...

  21. Bluff Loop Walking Track

    Bluff loop walking track is a great track for kids or anyone keen to explore the lush, coastal forests of Bongil Bongil National Park. Beginning and ending at Tuckers Rocks, the track offers access to the lookout...

  22. The Rotunda

    The beautiful Rotunda in Cue was constructed as a commemoration to the pioneers of the Murchison region. Stand in the rotunda and imagine the band playing for the early settlers after a hard day mining for gold....

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