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  1. Barooga Botanical Gardens

    The Barooga Botanical Gardens has been built up from a dusty paddock to a beautiful botanical gardens with a water feature, three barbecue settings with electric barbecues, chairs and tables. There is a kids...

  2. Barmouth Beach

    Barmouth Beach is an easily accessible beach at the Pambula rivermouth, with opportunities for swimming, birdwatching, canoeing, fishing and family picnics.George Bass first landed at Barmouth Beach on 18...

  3. Salon Rouge Gallery

    Welcome to Salon Rouge Gallery, the creative destination on the rim of the Barossa Valley.The gallery features regional and visiting interstate artists. Its home to renowned floral artist...

  4. Talisker Mine Ruins

    Talisker Mine was once the largest silver and lead mines in South Australia. The Talisker Mining Company began working July 1862. After the arrival of a shipload of Cornish Miners from Glenelg six distinct lodes were...

  5. Hume and Hovell Walking Track

    The Hume and Hovell Walking Track extends from Cooma Cottage Yass to Albury. It follows as closely as possible the route taken by the famous overland explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell. The track skirts around...

  6. Snapper Point Lookout

    Snapper Point lookout shines in winter, when whales migrate past the Murramarang coastline and the crisp clear air offers unrivalled photography opportunities. But whales are only the first of several drawcards here:...

  7. Astills picnic area

    Astills picnic area is the ideal place for a feed. It’s rarely busy, and the picnic tables let you sit and take in the surroundings, with plenty of open grassy areas for games or chilling out.Towering trees soar...

  8. Antill Park Country Golf Club

    Enjoy this beautiful par 70 golf course, relax in the original 1863 homestead of John Macquarie Antill, and enjoy a drink at the bar or lunch in the bistro. Facilities include a pro shop and motorised covered golf...

  9. Dog Rock

    Named Dog Rock, this huge granite outcrop near the town centre of Albany has an unmistakable likeness to the head of a bloodhound sniffing the air.Dog Rock is a must-do stop on any trip to Albany...

  10. Ghana High Commission

    The Ghana High Commission coordinates, promotes and protects the national interest of Ghana within Australia .Their website offers extensive information on visa and passport requirements, so check...

  11. Oyster Harbour

    Oyster Harbour is a permanently open estuary covering an area of 15.6 square kilometres. It is used to shelter a fishing fleet carrying out commercial fishing and farming oysters and mussels. The harbour is used by...

  12. Mary MacKillop Place Museum

    Since opening in 1995, the Museum has been engaging visitors with the remarkable story of Mary MacKillop [1842-1909], Australia's first saint. Mary's extraordinary work comes to life where innovative technology takes...

  13. Henry Lawson Centre

    The Henry Lawson Centre is housed in the Salvation Army Hall built in 1922, the year of Lawson's death. The exhibition "A Walk through Lawson's Life" illustrates many facets of an incredible period in the development...

  14. Redwater Creek Railway

    Redwater Creek Steam and Heritage Society in Sheffield operates steam train rides on the first full weekend of every month. You can experience rail travel from yesteryear from the original restored Sheffield railway...

  15. Military Barracks

    Take the opportunity to explore the Military Barracks, which holds significant historical importance as the oldest building in Kojonup. The outpost for the British Military is still in perfect condition and displays...

  16. Waratah Falls

    Waratah Falls is a remarkable touch of nature uniquely located in the middle of town. Over 100 years ago water races and tunnels fed water to the falls. It then diverted to a nearby power station to produce hydro...

  17. Margaret River Rails Trail

    The Margaret River Rail Trail is a multi-use path taking you through some of the most beautiful natural bush, farmland and vineyards in the Margaret River region, three hours south of Perth. The moderate 15 kilometre...

  18. Island Beehive

    Visit Island Beehive to learn about Ligurian Bees. Kangaroo Island was declared a sanctuary for this docile bee in 1885 in order to protect the bee's purity.See the production factory, take a guided tour,...

  19. Prani Glow Day Spa

    The only Thai inspired organic day spa situated in Hepburn region of Victoria’s spa country. Prani glow's Thai-fusion massage, facial and full body treatments are designed to nurture the body and heal the mind. Using...

  20. Curtain Fig National Park

    This park protects a small area of an endangered type of forest, called mabi forest, the local Aborignal (Ngadjon) word for the Lumholtz's tree-kangaroo. The large fig tree found in this park is unique because the...

  21. City Circle Tram

    The City Circle Tram service provides a free and convenient way to get around central Melbourne. Tourists, shoppers, office workers and families can use the City Circle Tram to travel to major attractions, shops and...

  22. Westbrook War Memorial

    The WWI memorial in the small rural Darling Downs community of Westbrook is evidence of how pervasive the effect of war was on Queenslanders left behind. The popular 'Digger' statue with an honour roll was unveiled...

  23. Diggers Beach

    The ever-popular Diggers Beach is perfectly located for tourists – right across the road from Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana. Wide and sheltered, Diggers makes for a lovely wind-free beach walk.It’s not only...

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