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  1. Calamunnda Camel Farm

    At Calamunnda Camel Farm you can enjoy a relaxing camel ride through native Australian bush. Nestled in the hills above Perth, in a natural setting on the Bibbulmun Track, the Calamunnda Camel Farm provides a unique opportunity to discover …

  2. 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 challenge on the 7th and 8th hole…

  3. Belvoir St Theatre

    For more than thirty years Belvoir has engaged Australia’s most prominent and promising playwrights, directors, actors and designers to concoct an annual season of work that is dynamic, challenging and visionary. Belvoir’s position as one …

  4. North Wollongong Beach

    Ideal for families, North Wollongong Beach has rock pools, wading areas, and good surf. There is plenty of grass, shade, and picnic booths. A children's playground is close by, and shops, cafes and amenities are provided. North Woll…

  5. Seaham Swamp Nature Reserve

    Located in Port Stephens, near Newcastle in the NSW Hunter region, Seaham Swamp Nature Reserve offers birdwatching, bushwalking and Aboriginal heritage. Birdwatching enthusiasts have already caught onto this little gem, which is a habitat …

  6. Razorback Hut

    Until recent times, local mountain country cattlemen used Razorback Hut during annual stock drives. Today, the site is a popular overnight stop for horse-riders, four wheel drivers and hikers. There is plenty of camping space around the la…

  7. Tunnel Road picnic area

    The restoration of the old quarry site at Tunnel Road picnic area is both pretty and impressive. Lots of native plants and bushes – flowering common fringe myrtle with its pale-pink blooms and stunning yellow bitter-peas among them – have b…

  8. MV Karma Shipwreck

    Christmas came early to divers in the Bundaberg area in December 2003, when a 42 metre long gravel barge sank off the coast north of the city. That ship was the MV Karma and today it rests in 26 metres of water and is one of the best wreck …

  9. Art and Craft on the Coast

    Art and Craft on the Coast Markets are held from 8am to 2pm every Sunday on the Gold Coast's best beachfronts. They feature up to 200 outdoor market stalls displaying a wide variety of locally handmade products and food. Always plenty of …

  10. Chinese Burning Towers

    The 1850's gold rush saw many Chinese nationals converge on Beechworth seeking their fortune. As the population grew so too did the need for specialised services to cater for their cultural needs. A section of the Beechworth Cemetery was al…

  11. Woko National Park

    Woko National Park is a steep, rugged landscape with important reserves of NSW forest land, perfect for exploring on a school excursion, and great for swimming, walking, river camping and free barbecues. Woko is wild. A steep and rugged la…

  12. Bullocks Walking Track

    Starting from Thredbo Diggings campground or Bullocks Flat SkiTube carpark, this short track meanders alongside the Thredbo River and takes around an hour each way or 30 minutes if you're riding. Along the way, you'll pass historic Bullock…

  13. Warloch Ponds Railway Bridge

    The Warloch Ponds Railway Bridge, built 1928-29, is approximately 15km south of Mataranka and is historically significant to the Territory for its association with the North Australian Railway (NAR) which brought rail transport to the North…

  14. Toodyay Miniature Railway

    The Toodyay Miniature Railway was opened in 1996 and is owned by a local hobby club. All rolling stock is privately owned by members. Trains run for approximately eight to nine minutes on the 1 kilometre track. Special runs (class excursion…

  15. The Geelong Arena

    The Geelong Arena is a multi use sports and entertainment venue, hosting a wide variety of high class events. The venue houses four purpose built basketball courts, inclusive of the show court / auditorium suitable for local through inte…

  16. Zuytdorp Cliffs

    The spectacular Zuytdorp Cliffs stretch for more than 200 kilometres along the northwest coast near Denham. Best seen from the ocean, you can take one of several sightseeing cruises on offer to explore these magnificent cliffs. Alternative…

  17. Pelican Beach Road lookout

    Take in the golden sands and sapphire waters of Pelican Beach from Pelican Beach Road lookout. Look to the north to see Pelican Point, a picturesque hotspot for beach fishing, or turn your gaze southwards for views of The Entrance. As well…

  18. Port Macquarie Historic Courthouse

    Port Macquarie's Historic Courthouse was built in 1869 to fulfil an urgent and pressing need to replace the original Courthouse, which was in a derelict state. It is open week days for inspection from 10am to 3pm. It is nestled in a beaut…

  19. Juandah Historical Site

    Juandah Historical Site is a truly unique slice of history. This is the original site of the Juandah Head-Station, the heart of a settlement which later became known as Wandoan. At full running capacity, Juandah Station employed up to 80 st…

  20. Tanks Arts Centre

    Tanks Arts Centre is the leading contemporary entertainment venue in the region bringing the best local, national and international performers and touring shows to the region. Situated in the Cairns Botanic Gardens precinct, just four kilo…