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  1. Story Bridge

    Brisbane's Story Bridge opened for operation on July 6, 1940. This date came five years after construction commenced and fourteen years after initial recommendations for a river crossing in the Kangaroo Point vicinity...

  2. Junction Cave

    Junction Cave was officially 'discovered' in 1897 and opened to the public in 1906. The cave was completely refurbished for its centenary in 1997, yet the unique formations of stalactites and stalagmites you’ll see...

  3. Old Blythewood

    Old Blythewood is a historic farm house in Pinjarra. Purchased by John McLarty in 1856, the farm became one of the most successful in the area. Looking through the unsophisticated family home, you...

  4. Bluewater

    Pack a picnic and relax by the picturesque fresh water creek at Bluewater. Access to the creek is via the Bluewater Store (near the bridge), or Bluewater Park. Facilities include barbecues, toilets, showers and play...

  5. Big Cane Toad

    His scientific name is Bufo Marinus, but the locals have nicknamed him 'Buffy'.Situated in the town centre of Sarina, approximately 35 kilometres south of Mackay, Buffy is a large Cane Toad statue....

  6. Allports Beach Picnic Area

    A shaded free gas BBQ, picnic tables and toilets provided just below the campsite before you reach the beach. Allports barbecue area is day use only and donations are appreciated for the free gas BBQ, gas is kindly...

  7. British High Commission

    The British High Commission is located in the suburb of Yarralumla approximately five kilometres south of the city centre. There are also consulate-generals in Sydney and Melbourne and consulates...

  8. Coledale Beach

    Coledale Beach offers a campers haven with a reserve right on the beach edge. There are fantastic views of the waves, and both ends of the beach are closed in with rock formations. Coledale Beach...

  9. Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery

    The Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is a large multi-purpose visual arts facility located in the heart of Bundaberg City, and is within walking distance to major shopping centres, cafes and restaurants and the...

  10. Judges House Sydney

    The City of Sydney Community walking tour gives you a taste of Sydney’s diverse culture, from China Town to the Spanish Quarter. A heritage highlight on the walk is the house built for the NSW Chief Justice, Judge...

  11. Heritage Park and Trail

    The Heritage Park and Trail in Busselton is a self guided easy walk through the charming coastal town providing information about the town’s rich and colourful heritage. Visit significant landmarks such as the...

  12. Moochalabra Dam

    Moochalabra Dam, near Wyndham, is a lovely spot for a picnic under the huge Boab tree. It is a great base from which to explore the nearby Aboriginal cave paintings or to watch the local wildlife...

  13. Canning River

    The Canning River brings the serenity of the bush to the buzzing inner suburbs of Perth city.It flows all the way from the Perth Hills, through Cannington, Thornlie, Riverton, Shelley, Rossmoyne...

  14. Trailhead Bike Co.

    Trailhead Bike Co. is the only bike shop on the Great Ocean Road and the Surf Coast.You can ride straight from the front door to the world famous Great Ocean Road or the surrounding mountain bike...

  15. Mount Brown Lookout

    Mount Brown Lookout which is 342 metres above sea level is within five minutes of the York town site and is reached via Pioneer Drive. The lookout is accessible by foot or vehicle, and provides a...

  16. Masons Falls

    Masons Falls is located within the stunning Kinglake National Park. Located close to Masons Falls is the Masons Falls Picnic Area. Enjoy a picnic under the towering gums and beautiful natural surroundings. A...

  17. Waddi Trees

    One of Australia’s rarest plants, the Waddi Trees (Acacia puece) have spiky, needle-like leaves and thick bark. The Waddi tree piqued early explorer William John Wills’ interest, with some samples of the seeds found...

  18. St Lukes Anglican Church

    St Lukes Anglican Church in Westonia is a restored weatherboard church, which was originally erected at Naretha over 600 kilometres to the east. Its original purpose was to serve workers on the construction of the...

  19. Sorrento Quay

    Sorrento Quay at Hillarys Boat Harbour is a bustling hive of activity. With a great range of restaurants, shopping, entertainment and a safe swimming beach, it is a favourite spot for young and old....

  20. Cattai Farm picnic area

    You’ll find plenty to keep you occupied at picturesque Cattai Farm picnic area, located near Cattai campground.There’s plenty of grass to lay out your picnic rug, or you can set up in one of the large picnic...

  21. Balaklava Courthouse Gallery

    The historic old courthouse at Balaklava, built in 1913 and converted into an art gallery and separate gift shop, is managed entirely by community volunteers. Varied exhibitions lasting six weeks range from paintings...

  22. Stock Exchange Arcade

    Imagine back to the days of the 1800s, when the gold rush was at its prime and the township of Charters Towers was the second largest city in Queensland. An arcade was designed by Sydney architect Mark Day and built...

  23. Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary

    Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary is located in the north east corner of Port Phillip Bay, a mere 30 minute drive from Melbourne. The park protects 290 hectare of a typical Port Phillip western shoreline which makes it the...

  24. Kenworthy's Stamper Mill

    Waratah's pioneering past represents a big part in Tasmania's mining history, made all the more captivating by its remote and wild environment. Kenworthy's Stamper Mill is an impressive display of working...

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