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Inverawe Native Gardens
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Inverawe Native Gardens

1565 Channel Highway, Margate, Tasmania, 7054
Email: gardens@inverawe.com.au
Website: www.inverawe.com.au
9037331 Phone Number: 61 03 6267 2020

Tasmania’s largest landscaped native garden is situated 15 minutes drive from Hobart, Tasmania’s capital. Be inspired by this garden with its enormous collection of Australian native plants that sweep down to the shoreline of North West Bay. Be overwhelmed by the colour, texture and subtle scents. Take tea on the terrace or just sit on one of the many seats, soak up the atmosphere of peace and serenity, watch some of Inverawe’s 94 bird species bustle about. All twelve endemic bird species have been seen here. Bring a note book and list plants you want for your own garden. They’re identified by name. Borrow some of our landscaping ideas. French explorers and early botanists anchored in the bay and fetched water from our river. Interpretive signs tell that story. 9500 native plants have gone into this eleven year old garden, supplementing natural regeneration. Plants are chosen for minimum water requirements and sustainability. Paths, rock walls, sculpture and poetry enhance your experience. You'll be met on arrival, introduced to the garden and given a coloured map to help you navigate around this extensive garden. Guided tours are available on request.

Wirra Wirra Vineyards and Cellars, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
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Wirra Wirra Vineyards

McMurtrie Road, Mclaren Vale, South Australia, 5171
Email: info@wirra.com.au
Website: www.wirrawirra.com
9002158 Phone Number: 61 08 8323 8414
Fax Number: 61 08 8323 8596

Established in 1894, Wirra Wirra's ironstone cellars were restored when first cousins Greg and Roger Trott revived the Wirra Wirra (Aboriginal for amongst the gums) operations in 1969. The cellars have been lovingly restored using resurrected timbers from Adelaide's old woolsheds, and the bricks and relics of a condemned Methodist church. Wirra Wirra vineyards is situated three point seven kilometres from the Township of McLaren Vale in South Australia. Over the years Wirra Wirra has developed a strong following for intense, beautifully crafted red wines and espressive whites, forging an enviable reputation as one of Australia's most recognisable and leading wineries. During winter blazing fires welcome visitors and in summer the cellars are wonderfully cool. Our famous woodhenge fence and bell tower are favourites with picnickers, and petanque balls are available to play on the lawns.

Monarto Zoological Park, Monarto, Murraylands, South Australia
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Monarto Open Range Zoo

Princes Highway, Monarto South, South Australia, 5254
Email: tours@zoossa.com.au
Website: www.zoossa.com.au/monarto-zoo
9002275 Phone Number: 61 08 8534 4100
Fax Number: 61 08 8534 4077

Monarto is the largest open range zoo in Australia It is a 1,500 hectare open-range sanctuary undertaking a major role nationally and internationally in breeding programs for rare and endangered species. It is the home of South Australia' first ever southern white rhinoceros and Australia's largest giraffe herd. The Zu-loop shuttle bus departs the Visitor Centre at regular intervals enabling you to get on and off the bus at a variety of wildlife viewing platforms including, Giraffe, Rhino, Cheetah, Lion, African Painted Dogs and Chimpanzee. Approximately 10 kilometres of walking tracks meander through the mallee bushland of the Zoo and can be incorporated with the Zu-loop service for those visitors wishing to be flexible in exploring the zoo. Just 60 minutes from Adelaide and only 15 minutes from the Murray River, Monarto Zoo also offers behind-the-scenes experiences such as Working with Wildlife, Meet our Cheetah and Meet our Lions, providing different levels of interaction with the animals.

South Australia Whale Centre, Victor Harbor
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South Australian Whale Centre

2 Railway Terrace, Victor Harbor, South Australia, 5211
Email: whalecentre@victor.sa.gov.au
Website: www.sawhalecentre.com
9001947 Phone Number: 61 08 8551 0750
Fax Number: 61 08 8851 0751

The South Australian Whale Centre is South Australia's largest marine focused interpretative centre and has the only marine focused three-dimensional theatrette in South Australia. Visitors can experience the natural wonders of the deep, explore the world heritage listed railway building, and gain further knowledge about Victor Harbor and South Australia's marine treasures. The centre provides whale sighting information, education and research support services through a range of mediums. The centre brings together a unique collection of historic treasures, marine, cultural, and aboriginal heritage to deliver an inspiring and enjoyable experience for every visitor. School, coach and tour groups are welcome. For whale sighting information between May and October call the South Australian Whale Centre Hotline 1900 942 537 or visit the website for details.

Goodieson Brewery, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
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Goodieson Brewery

40 Sand Road, Mclaren Vale, South Australia, 5171
Email: info@goodiesonbrewery.com.au
Website: www.goodiesonbrewery.com.au

Goodieson Brewery is owned and operated by Jeff Goodieson – Master Brewer with years of brewing and technical experience – and his wife Mary. The brewery is rustic and informal, and visitors are welcome to walk amongst the brewing vessels, smell the smells, and talk to Jeff. There’s not much he doesn’t know about brewing and what goes on between barley and beer. The current range includes a Pale Ale, a Pilsner, and a Wheat beer, and Jeff guarantees traditional, flavoursome, great tasting beer every time!

Langmeil Winery, Tanunda, Barossa, South Australia
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Langmeil Winery

Corner Langmeil and Para Roads, Tanunda, South Australia, 5352
Email: info@langmeilwinery.com.au
Website: www.langmeilwinery.com.au
9001878 Phone Number: 61 08 8563 2595
Fax Number: 61 08 8563 3622

Family owned and operated, Langmeil is believed to be the home of the Barossa and Australia's oldest known surviving vineyard planted to Shiraz in 1843, where the iconic 'Freedom 1843 Shiraz' hails. Although it is only 15 vintages since the Bitter and Lindner families re-established the abandoned winery, Langmeil has had considerable success and has been awarded 'Five Star' rating in the James Halliday Australian Wine Competition six consecutive years in a row. Langmeil has been highlighted as one of the emerging Australian icon wineries with Langton's. Without contradiction, Langmeil wines are 'cutting edge and old school' quality Barossa wine.

Barilla Bay Oysters
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Barilla Bay Oysters

1388 Tasman Highway, Hobart, Tasmania, 7170
Email: operations@barillabay.com.au
Website: www.barillabay.com.au
9008982 Phone Number: 61 03 6248 5458
Fax Number: 61 03 6248 5559

Barilla Bay Oysters are located at Cambridge, in Southern Tasmania. Barilla Bay Oysters are grown and harvested in Australia's premium shellfish growing environment. The cold, clean pristine waters of South East Tasmania is famous for its clean air and unspoilt environment. The temperate climate makes it perfect for growing oysters. The delicate taste and texture of Barilla Bay Oysters reflect the natural quality of the water in which they are grown. We offer public Land Based Oyster farm tours between October and March. Open seven days. Come and visit our farm gate and restaurant. We also pack oysters for airline travel.

Udder Deligts Cheese Cellar, Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills, South Australia
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Udder Delights Cheese Cellar

91a Main Street, Hahndorf, South Australia, 5245
Email: sheree@udderdelights.com.au
Website: www.udderdelights.com.au
9082223 Phone Number: 61 08 8388 1588
Fax Number: 61 08 8388 1599

Udder Delights cheese factory has earned an enviable reputation for their handcrafted goat and cow milk cheeses since first opening in 1999. More recently the 'Udder Delights Cheese Cellar' has opened in the main street of Hahndorf. Visitors are able to visit and learn more about cheese by participating in free cheese tastings, pre booked group cheese and wine tastings, pre booked Easy Cheesey Home Cheesemaking Class and the Adelaide Hills Cheese and Wine Trail. The Udder Delights Cheese Cellar also houses a licensed cafe serving all day breakfast and lunch, with an emphasis on cheese and regional produce. The coffee is divine, and our locally handmade cakes are exquisite. For more detailed information including class dates and costs, please refer to our website.

Barrington Outdoor Adventures paddling family
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Barrington Outdoor Adventures

126 Thunderbolts Way, Gloucester, New South Wales, 2422
Email: adventure@boac.com.au
Website: www.boac.com.au
9104952 Phone Number: 61 02 6558 2093
Fax Number: 61 02 6558 9195

Barrington Outdoor Adventures are the outdoor adventure specialists for World Heritage Barrington Tops, with exciting adventure tours just an hour off the legendary Pacific Coast touring route. Try exciting white water adventures by kayak or canoe, or go mountain biking across high green forests. Join a guided tour graded to suit your experience with all equipment provided, or hire paddling equipment to paddle at your own pace. Plus shop in-store or online for all your outdoor adventure gear needs.

Lyndall and Jon Healey
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Pyengana Dairy Company

St Columba Falls Road, Pyengana, Tasmania, 7216
Email: milk@pyenganadairy.com.au
Website: pyenganadairy.com.au
9036531 Phone Number: 61 03 6373 6157
Fax Number: 61 03 6373 6276

The Pyengana Dairy Company makes award-winning, traditional cheeses, in Pyengana, north east Tasmania. Pyengana is an Aboriginal word meaning the meeting of two rivers - and the Pyengana Dairy Company sits in this lush river valley favoured by dairy farmers. Tasty, sturdy cheeses have been made using traditional methods at Pyengana for more than 100 years, and cheese makers under the guidance of master cheese maker, Jon Healey, still use equipment from that time. You can watch cheese being made, sample some of Pyengana's award-winning produce and then buy your own hearty, mature cheddar. Or perhaps take home a fresh, cloth-wrapped cheese and lay it down to mature over winter. Visit the Dairy Shop for fresh milkshakes and cakes or browse the range of locally-made crafts and pottery. You can also visit some of the area's waterfalls including the cascading St Columba Falls, plunging nearly 90 metres/295 feet from the Mount Victoria foothills to the South George River valley. Pyengana is a half hour drive from the north east coastal town of St Helens (27 kilometres/17 miles) and an hour from Scottsdale (73 kilometres/45 miles).

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