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Ulverstone History Museum
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Ulverstone History Museum

50 Main Street, Ulverstone, Tasmania, 7315
Email: ulvmuseum@bigpond.com
Website: www.leven.tassie.net.au
9037299 Phone Number: 61 03 6425 3835

Step back in time and wander through a comprehensive display of artefacts, manuscripts, tools and photographs depicting the life of our early pioneers. Also available are research facilities for the Central Coast district including school registers, births, deaths and marriages, burials, property valuations, family histories, assessment rolls, post office directories, war records and other items of interest. For those visitors of the older generation we trust that they will enjoy wandering down memory lane and for those of younger years we hope that they will gain some insight into our past.

Hellyers Road Distillery
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Hellyers Road Distillery

153 Old Surrey Road, Burnie, Tasmania, 7320
Email: sales@hellyersroaddistillery.com.au
Website: www.hellyersroaddistillery.com.au
9098363 Phone Number: 61 03 6433 0439
Fax Number: 61 03 6433 1094

Hellyers Road Distillery, in Burnie, north west Tasmania, is Australia's largest single malt whisky distillery. Burnie is Tasmania's fourth-largest city, a two-hour drive west of Launceston (148 kilometres/91 miles). Hellyers Road Distillery produces fine, single malt whisky distilled from Tasmanian grown malted barley, pure Tasmanian rainwater and yeast and matured in American white oak barrels. Hellyers Road Single Malt Whisky uses the purest available ingredients and is neither chill-filtered nor artificially coloured, ensuring smooth, balanced flavours. The Distillery uses the same quality processes to produce Southern Lights-a premium grain vodka. This vodka is also an all-Tasmanian product-made from Tasmanian barley and pure rainwater and produced using triple pot-still distillation and charcoal filtration. You can take a personally-guided Whisky Walk to learn the history of Hellyers Road Distillery and discover the art of whisky-making. You can even bottle and wax seal your own bottle of Hellyers Road, complete with a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Visit the Visitor Interpretation Centre and relax with a whiskey or vodka in the tasting bar and lounge or enjoy delicious Tasmanian cuisine in the restaurant. The Centre also has a retail shop where you can choose from the range of Hellyers Road products.

Richardsons Harley Davidson Museum and Cafe
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Richardsons Harley Davidson Museum and Cafe

468 Westbury Road, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250
Email: contact@rhd.com.au
Website: www.richardsonsharleydavidson.com.au/
9037278 Phone Number: 61 03 6344 4524
Fax Number: 61 03 6344 3179

Richardsons Harley-Davidson Museum and Café showcases motorcycle memorabilia dating back to 1940 in Westbury, Tasmania. Simon Hrycyszyn (Richardson) is the driving force behind the museum and Tasmania’s oldest Harley-Davidson dealership. The museum contains interesting treasure including a 1900s pedal bike with a plate that reads ‘A.G. Flannery-Harley-Gallion Co,’ an extremely rare piece. Wander through the museum and enjoy stepping back in time with a 1940 ex Army Indian Scout and two J-model Harley-Davidsons. Donations from enthusiasts have assisted in the expansion of the museum. Learn about the history of the property, as Simon began in a workshop beneath his father’s house repairing motorcycles, before moving to a simple tin shed and later constructing the two-story building it is today. The building itself is worth a look, made primarily from recycled materials. The pre-owned parts section is built from Harley-Davidson bike crates, the flooring from telegraph poles and structural beams from wharf pylons. While you are in Westbury, wander through the quaint village, established in the 1820s as a garrison town. Visit the White House Museum, Westbury Maze and Pearn's world famous Steam World. Westbury is an easy 20-minute drive from Launceston (35 kilometres/22 miles).

River Dolls Of Goolwa, Goolwa, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
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River Dolls Of Goolwa

33 Cadell Street, Goolwa, South Australia, 5214
Email: sales@riverdolls.com.au
Website: www.riverdolls.com.au
9001505 Phone Number: 61 08 8555 5801
Fax Number: 61 08 8555 5999

River Dolls of Goolwa sell local art and craft work, pre-loved dolls and the highly collectable fashion, celebrity and Barbie dolls. You will also find a bright, colourful display of twentieth century dolls and toys. All the family will enjoy the nostalgic trip back through time. There's something for everyone - even Dad! Inside River Dolls, you will find a lolly shop, Dollies Lollies - Sweet Memories. Indulge yourself by selecting from the large range of Australian, English and Dutch sweets from Dollies Lollies and then spend time wandering through the award-winning display of childhood memorabilia. Situated on the Main Street of Goolwa opposite the Caltex Service Station, River Dolls is air conditioned with easy wheelchair access. Group bookings can be made by prior arrangement and early or late opening can be arranged for coach groups.

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Lone Ranges Shooting Complex

107 Robinson Avenue, Perth, Western Australia, 6104
Email: admin@lrsc.net.au
Website: www.lonerangers.com.au
9131402 Phone Number: 61 08 9277 9200
Fax Number: 61 08 9277 9211

Experience the excitement of real shooting with real guns at Lone Ranges Shooting Complex in Belmont, Perth's only publicly accessible indoor shooting range. Our range has 12 secure booths where you are able to use a variety of rifle, shotgun and handgun packages in different calibres from .22 up to the mighty 44 Magnum in a controlled environment. Let our experienced shooting instructors take you through basic firearm control and then unleash your hidden John Wayne, Clint Eastwood or Angelina Jolie. We have Foxtel for the little ones while the bigger ones are on the range. Snacks and drinks are available before or after shooting. For a function with a difference we can cater for groups and corporate events. Minimum age is 13 years for entry onto the range. We are ideally situated only 10 minutes from the Perth central business district.

Nandroya Vineyard
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Nandroya Vineyard

262 Sandfly Road, Margate, Tasmania, 7054
Email: sales@nandroya.com.au
Website: www.nandroya.com.au
9036205 Phone Number: 61 03 6267 2377
Fax Number: 61 03 6223 8237

Nandroya Vineyard is a boutique, cool-climate vineyard at Margate, in southern Tasmania. Margate is a 20-minute drive south of Hobart (19 kilometres), in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel district. The name 'Nandroya' is derived from an Aboriginal word meaning 'a family living in harmony' - reflecting the approach that vignerons John and Joy Rees take to all aspects of the winemaking process. Established in 1995, the 1.5-hectare (four acre) vineyard specialises in Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Small quantities of high quality fruit are grown at the vineyard to produce fine wines made by a local winemaker. Visitors to Nandroya can sample the latest vintage while enjoying views of Mount Wellington, North West Bay and Bruny Island.

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Wignalls Winery

448 Chester Pass Road, Albany, Western Australia, 6330
Email: info@wignallswines.com.au
Website: www.wignallswines.com.au
9029776 Phone Number: 61 08 9841 2848
Fax Number: 61 08 9842 9003

Established in 1982, Wignalls Winery is located in the heart of the Great Southern winery region. It is only a five minute drive from the centre of Albany. The winery boasts manicured and sheltered gardens and a rustic stone cellar door. Come and enjoy the tranquil rural setting while tasting a superb selection of wines. Wines produced include Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Port, Shiraz, and late harvest Frontignon. These wines have been described as 'exciting, exceedingly complex and with a richness seldom experienced'. The Vintage Blues Festival is held here annually, along with a few outdoor concerts throughout summer.

Shene Tasmania
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Shene Estate Historic Site

Shene Estate, 76 Shene Road, Pontville, Tasmania, 7030
Email: info@shene.com.au
Website: www.shene.com.au

Come and explore a 19th Century Country Estate and join us for a private escorted tour of Shene Estate 1819. Located at Pontville, a 30-minute drive from Hobart, and a 15-minute drive from MONA and Richmond. Each tour is personally escorted by a family member. An exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of this historic site created by convict labour and the Butler's family vision, never before open to the public. Tour includes access to the historic site's Georgian farmhouse, 1850's Gothic stables, 1840's convict built barn, dairy and outbuildings. Tours depart daily at 1000 and 1400 by appointment. Bookings can be made on our website. Butler's Bounty Tour is a walking tour including morning or afternoon tea served in the 1850's Gothic stables. Cost is $35 (two hour duration). Walk in History Tour is a guided walking tour. Cost is $25 (90 minute duration). Upon booking online, confirmation and directions to Shene Estate will be provided. Shene Estate is passionate about ensuring that your visit is a highlight of your time in Tasmania. It is a privately-funded conservation project and was a finalist in the 2012 Tasmanian Tourism Awards. Tours play a vital and active part in the historic site's future.

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Captain Cook Highway, Corner of Cairns Western Arterial Road, Smithfield, Queensland, 4878
Email: reservations@skyrail.com.au
Website: www.skyrail.com.au
9004478 Phone Number: 61 07 4038 5555
Fax Number: 61 07 4038 1888

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is a unique rainforest experience, taking you on an unforgettable journey over and through Australia's World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforests from Cairns to Kuranda. Spanning 7.5 kilometres in the Barron Gorge National Park, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway glides just metres over the canopy, its comfortable six-person gondola cabins providing spectacular views of the rainforest, tropical Cairns, the Coral Sea and lush Cairns Highlands. Your adventure includes time at two mid-stations, where you can alight from the cableway learn more about this fascinating environment from the forest floor. At Red Peak Station, Skyrail's Rangers provide guided boardwalk tours sharing their knowledge on these ancient tropical forests, amongst giant buttress roots, ancient Kauri Pines and climbing wait-a-while palms. Barron Falls Station has pathways and lookouts over the Barron Gorge and Falls, historical displays and a Rainforest Interpretation Centre. Developed in conjunction with CSIRO, the Rainforest Interpretation Centre houses interactive touch-screen computers and audio-visual displays, providing an engaging and fun learning experience for people of all ages. Multiple winner of the Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism, Skyrail is The World's Most Beautiful Rainforest Experience and is a convenient 10-minutes from Cairns and 50-minutes from Port Douglas.

Western Australian Museum Perth, Perth, Western Australia
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Western Australian Museum Perth

Perth Cultural Centre, James Street, Perth, Western Australia, 6000
Email: reception@museum.wa.gov.au
Website: www.museum.wa.gov.au
9009967 Phone Number: 61 08 9212 3700
Fax Number: 61 08 9212 3882

The Western Australian Museum Perth is the gateway to the state’s natural and cultural heritage. Presented through fascinating stories, thought-provoking interpretations, and engaging exhibitions, the museum explores the social and natural history of Western Australia. The Museum is housed in a series of stunning heritage listed buildings including the Old Goal – Perth’s colonial prison the Jubilee Wing, the original site of the state’s art gallery, library and Museum and Hackett Hall which later housed the State Library. Learn more about the state’s flora and fauna, minerals and meteorites in a series of fascinating galleries including fossil specimens to the impressive dinosaurs to the evolution of human beings. The Katta Djinoong – First Peoples of Western Australia gallery recognises Western Australia’s indigenous community, telling the stories of their unique culture and heritage. Discover more about the traditional lifestyle of the aborigine peoples to the changes brought about by European settlement and gain a greater understanding and insight into the lives and aspirations of Aboriginal people.

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