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Torquay Day Spa
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Saltair Day Spa

50 Ashmore Rd, Torquay, Victoria, 3228
Email: info@Saltairspa.com
Website: saltairspa.com.au
9135449 Phone Number: 61 03 5261 9977

Only one hour from the Westgate Bridge you will find Saltair Day Spa. Situated in a unique location, offering stunning views of Torquay's rolling hills and crystal blue waters. Calm your mind as you are cared for by the exceptional therapists and Indulge in a complete menu of day spa treatments and therapies. Derma-Cosmeceuticals Skincare is available using the latest Multi-spectrum imaging. Try something new like an Indigenous Inspired Rhythmic Massage or a Facial Treatment using a combination of the purist organic bases and pure oxygen gas. Captivate your senses while your stresses melt away in the Hydrotherapy Spa, Geisha Spa, Vichy Shower or Steam Sauna. Saltair treatments use the highest quality aromatherapy oils, earth ochres, desert salts, ocean mineral polishers, moisturisers and elixirs used in the finest destination spas worldwide. Saltair Spa uses and recommends Li'Tya Spa products. Capturing the potency of indigenous Australian plants, fruits, earth ochres, desert salts and sea plants, with each product depicting the wonder and beauty of the country. Li'Tya offers exquisitely pure health, beauty and wellbeing treatments - individually tailored to energise and beautify every part of your being. Saltair Spa also use and recommend Heritage Healers facial treatments. Pure oxygen gas, in conjunction with vitamins and minerals, is used to nourish and revitalise the skin cells. With Heritage Healers O2 Oxygen Therapy they soothe away internal stress, then regenerate and boost the health of every skin cell with pure oxygen gas, plus essential vitamins and minerals. It is the most effective skin treatment program of its kind, designed to cleanse, nourish and revitalise every skin cell of the face, pore by pore. Choose from body treatments, geisha tub, hydrotherapy, massage, facials, oxygen treatments, hand and foot treatments, Day Spa packages and Professional Skin Health Advice and treatments, spray tans, waxing and tinting.

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Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe

5 Story Street, St Marys, Tasmania, 7215
Email: elaine@purplepossum.com.au
Website: www.purplepossum.com.au
9188906 Phone Number: 61 03 6372 2655

Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe is located in St Marys in the scenic Fingal Valley. The Purple Possum is a wholefood store, a cafe and a mini-gallery plus a bric-a-brac shed in the garden all rolled into one. The cafe's mini-gallery section displays the works of local photographers, artists and crafts people. Nearby in St Marys there is a fibre and textiles gallery. The historic railway station just out of town is now an interesting memorabilia museum. The quaint and quirky cafe is a meeting place for local townsfolk and a focal point for tourists. The Purple Possum offers tasty, healthy food, vegie burgers and fresh salads with herbs straight from the garden. Specialties include date scones and rhubarb cake baked on the premises. Coffee is served just as customers like it. The wholefoods section stocks a large range of wholefoods sold in small or large quantities, as well as local honey, organic vegetables, sweets and special dietary needs. The Purple Possum Wholefoods and Cafe is about 30 minutes from Bicheno to the south via Elephant Pass and 30 minutes from St Helens to the north via St Marys Pass. The East Coast beaches are 20 minutes away.

Indoor Rainforest
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Rhyll Trout & Bush Tucker Farm

30 Rhyll-Newhaven Rd, Rhyll, Victoria, 3923
Email: info@rhylltroutandbushtucker.com.au
Website: www.rhylltroutandbushtucker.com.au
9131615 Phone Number: 61 03 5956 9255
Fax Number: 61 03 5956 9266

Visit Phillip Island's Rhyll Trout and Bush Tucker Farm for a natural experience and plenty of good old-fashioned hospitality. A family-friendly and eco-friendly attraction, the farm was the winner of Best Victorian Tourist Attraction in the 2011 RACV Victorian Tourism Awards. Friendly fishing instructors will teach you to catch rainbow trout in a picturesque tree-lined lake and the all-weather indoor Rainforest Pool. Take your catch with you or ask the chef to transform your trout into a magnificent meal. The Bush Tucker Trail winds through three hectares of native food crops, producing numerous edible fruits, berries, seeds, leaves and flowers. Learn about how the Koori people harvested and used these plants from the wild. Visit the new nursery and take home your very own bush tucker plants to grow at home. The licensed Farmhouse Café offers Devonshire tea, home style meals and a huge variety of home made bush tucker products, as well as fresh trout, wood smoked trout and their famous smoked trout dip.

The deck of the Norfolk
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Bass & Flinders Centre

8 Elizabeth Street, George Town, Tasmania, 7253
Email: info@bassandflinders.org.au
Website: www.bassandflinders.org.au
9104191 Phone Number: 61 03 6382 3792
Fax Number: 61 03 6382 3792

The Bass and Flinders Centre is centrally located in George Town on Tasmania's Tamar River. In 1798, the explorers Bass and Flinders were dispatched to 'Van Diemen's Land' to ascertain if Tasmania was an island or not. They sailed with a crew of eight in Her Majesty's Colonial Sloop Norfolk right into the Tamar River and anchored off what is now George Town. In 1998, Bern Cuthbertson in the replica Norfolk, re-enacted the Bass and Flinders journey. Like Bass and Flinders, Bern established a relationship with George Town and asked if she could be berthed on the banks of the Tamar at George Town. Bern and his team of volunteers in Hobart constructed the replica Norfolk. The hull is Huon Pine and the mast and deck are made out of Celery Top Pine. Not a screw or a nail was used - trunnels or treenails hold the vessel together. The Bass and Flinders Centre is now the home of the replica sloop 'Norfolk', together with the 'Elizabeth', a replica of the whale boat rowed by James Kelly around Tasmania; the ex-naval cutter 'Kenneth Dickenson'; two old racing 'fours'; a banana boat surfboard and the gentle 'Melanie' and many more.

The Overlanders Steakhouse, Alice Springs Area, Northern Territory, Australia
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The Overlanders Steakhouse

72 Hartley Street, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: sth@overlanders.com.au
Website: www.overlanders.com.au
9000647 Phone Number: 61 08 8952 2159
Fax Number: 61 08 8953 2670

For a hearty meal head to the Overlanders Steakhouse, a welcoming restaurant located in the building that was once the Alice Springs town hall. The steakhouse has a long history of offering unique dining experiences. Find a table and order a steak in the refurbished rustic building. On the menu is the famous Drovers Blowout - a four-course eating adventure that starts off with soup and damper, continues with a platter of such meats as emu, crocodile, camel, barramundi, beef, and kangaroo, lets you choose a barramundi or rump steak main, and finishes with apple pie or pavlova. Accommodation pick-ups and drop offs are available as part of the Drovers Blowout package. There is a souvenir menu for you to take home and an a la carte menu is also available. The Overlanders Steakhouse was established in 1971 to honour 'overlanders' - the men and women of the outback who were the people involved in the largest movements of cattle in the history of Australia. Also honoured are explorers, miners, settlers and bush workers.

National Pioneer Womens Hall of Fame, Alice Springs Area, Northern Territory, Australia
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National Pioneer Womens Hall of Fame

2 Stuart Terrace, Old Alice Springs Gaol, next to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Email: operations@pioneerwomen.com.au
Website: www.pioneerwomen.com.au
9000676 Phone Number: 61 08 8952 9006
Fax Number: 61 08 8952 9406

A museum of national importance founded in 1993 by Molly Clark from Old Andado Station, the National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame celebrates the special contribution of women to Australia's heritage. A pioneer woman is any woman who is a pioneer in her chosen field, referring not only to the traditional meaning of the word - a colonist, explorer or settler in a new land - but to anyone who is an innovator or developer of something new. Permanent exhibitions include, 'Ordinary Women/ Extraordinary Lives - Women First in Their Field' and the Signature Quilt, 'Women at the Heart' (Central Australia), 'Women's Work of Yesteryear' and the Aviatrix Tapestry. Other current exhibitions include 'Celebrating the Central Australian Kitchen' and 'For Love and Punishment, who prepares the prisoners' meals' (2011 Women's History Month theme), 'Desert Honeymoon - Bertha Strehlow and the Peterman Ranges Expedition of 1936' and 'Tribute to NT Women'. NPWHF is located at the Old Alice Springs Gaol, the Gaol buildings are open to visitors and gaol stories are told in a complementary booklet. Exhibits illustrating life in the gaol are being developed. Visitors see two unique heritage attractions at one great location.

Ugly Duck Out - The
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Ugly Duck Out - The

2 Franklin Street, Swansea, Tasmania, 7190
Email: eat@theuglyduckout.com.au
Website: www.theuglyduckout.com.au
9122823 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 8850

Enjoy the Environmental Art Gallery at The Ugly Duck Out on Tasmania’s sunny east coast. Resident artist Robyn Klobusiak uses the mediums of photography and paint to create a fusion of art and nature. Her images call for the wild world to endure. Beyond recording the beauty of nature, Robyn’s Environmental Art cries out for its protection. She hopes her work inspires people to change behaviour, conserve nature and nurture our planet’s vanishing spirit. Photographic images, painted rocks and painted skulls of road kill feature at the gallery. All her work is designed to touch peoples’ hearts, change peoples’ minds and perhaps provoke action. At the very least it reminds us of our earth’s inspiring beauty and visually challenges us to define the line between our nature and our art. The casual family restaurant within the gallery specialises in dietary requirements. The globally inspired menu features produce from the on-site vegetable and herb garden. All other produce, meats and seafood are locally and sustainably sourced. Try the Wallaby Goulash, East Coast Calamari or the locally cured bacon and eco-pig. The Ugly Duck Out is also a holder of Ecotourism Australia Accreditation.

House and Giant Flying Tap
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A Maze'N Things

1805 Phillip Island Rd, Cowes, Victoria, 3922
Email: maze@amazenthings.com.au
Website: www.amazenthings.com.au
9030716 Phone Number: 61 03 5952 2283
Fax Number: 61 03 5952 2227

A Maze'N Things is located on the Phillip Island Road, opposite the Koala Conservation Centre, five kilometres before Cowes. It is open seven days a week and can cater for individuals, small or large recreational groups, as well as corporate and educational groups. This unusual attraction on Phillip Island, Victoria, is certainly making peoples heads turn. All who drive the Phillip Island Road cannot help but be mystified by the Giant Purple Tap that seemingly floats in mid air, whilst gushing out thousands of litres of water into an apparently Flooded House. Right from the moment you enter the property there are things that catch your eye and trick your brain. Starting with the Flooded House and the worlds' largest backwards clock you know you are in for an experience that is like no other. You can get your head chopped off, be shrunk to half your size, get lost in the mirror maze or outdoor maze, fall off a cliff or zoom along on the flying boogie boards. There is a long list of things to do, problems to solve and places to go. The maze itself, is one Australia's largest, takes an average of 45 minutes to complete. When you have finished getting lost why not tackle the stimulating 19 hole maxi mini-golf course. After all the excitement you can browse in Victoria's most unique puzzle and games shop, or take a breather in the Puzzle Café or the Gelato and Lolly Shop. Other facilities provided include electric barbecues and children's adventure playgrounds.

National Automobile Museum of Tasmania
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National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

86 Cimitiere St, Launceston, Tasmania, 7250
Email: namt@bigpond.com
Website: www.namt.com.au/
9036728 Phone Number: 61 03 6334 8888
Fax Number: 61 03 6334 8889

The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania in Launceston features one of Australia’s most significant motoring collections. Spanning over one hundred years of style and technical achievement this impressive collection of traditional and contemporary automobiles is a must see for all those who appreciate history, design, engineering and style. The museum comes alive with four sensational theme displays each year as well as constantly changing exhibits in the main hall and a mezzanine floor packed with motorcycles. Along with over one hundred exhibits the museum features a unique gift shop with a magnificent range of merchandise that will delight people of all ages. Situated just one block from the city centre opposite Launceston’s beautiful City Park, a visit to The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania is an ideal way to spend a leisurely afternoon. Open every day (except Christmas day) 9am to 5pm. Opening times during winter are 10am to 4pm.

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Dunn Place, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000
Email: tmagmail@tmag.tas.gov.au
Website: www.tmag.tas.gov.au
9036337 Phone Number: 61 03 6165 7000
Fax Number: 61 03 6211 4112

Located on Hobart's historic waterfront, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) has recently undergone a spectacular $30 million redevelopment. The second oldest museum in Australia, TMAG has its origins in the collections of the country's oldest scientific society, the Royal Society of Tasmania, which was established in 1843. Opened in March 2013, the redevelopment includes more than 2,000 square metres of new public and exhibition spaces, a centralised visitor services hub and a new Courtyard Café. Visitors can now experience more of this unique site than ever before, including a fascinating range of nationally significant archaeological material, some of which has been hidden for over 150 years. TMAG has something to offer visitors of all ages and interests whether you are family seeking an educational and engaging experience, a tourist seeking to discover more about Tasmania's history or an art lover. Join a free guided tour or browse the galleries to experience TMAG's rich blend of permanent collections, touring and temporary exhibitions and special displays. Admission is free but donations are always welcome.

Information provided by the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse