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TerrEstrial Centre
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Terrestrial Georgetown Centre

Low Street, Georgetown, Queensland, 4871
Email: terrestrialgeorgetown@bigpond.com
Website: www.terrestrialgeorgetown.com.au
9029723 Phone Number: 61 07 4062 1485
Fax Number: 61 07 4062 1965

At the Terrestrial Centre in Georgetown you will find located the multi award winning, Terrestrial - the Ted Elliott Mineral Collection. This collection, which is all the work of one man, Ted Elliott, contains over 4,500 mineral specimens in a myriad of fascinating colours and shapes from the region and throughout the world. This unique display is set out in nine themed rooms each with its own audiovisual component. A must see for any traveller this collection will amaze you with its beauty and sheer size. Whilst at the Terrestrial Centre you will be able to get up to date Tourist Information at the fully accredited Visitor Information Centre. Make tour booking for the Undara Lava Tubes and Cobbold Gorge as well as other significant tourist attractions in the region, browse artwork of the region only on display at the centre, use the Internet cafe and generally relax in the cool building. Take time to browse and shop in our gift shop. A visit to the web site for the Gulf Savannah Region will help you plan your trip to the region to maximise your enjoyment of the many unique world class attractions available.

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Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

1267 Cape Naturaliste Road, Dunsborough, Western Australia, 6281
Email: lighthouse@geographebay.com
Website: www.geographebay.com
9180925 Phone Number: 61 08 9755 3955

Marvel at Mother Nature's beauty and power as you tour Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. With only 59 steps, it is Australia's most accessible lighthouse! Wind your way to the top of the tower, unveiling breathtaking views across the Indian Ocean and the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. From the balcony, try spotting whales and their young frolicking in the waters below during the annual migratory period, from September to December. Friendly tour guides will provide you with fascinating insights into the functions of this working lighthouse. Take a step back in time as you hear tales of ships wrecked off the formidable coastline and the hardships of life as a lighthouse keeper. Stories of resident ghosts Harry and Mary will be sure to send a tingle down your spine! Finish your visit with refreshments on the panoramic deck, or by the fireplace, in the lovingly restored lighthouse keeper's cottage.

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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.

Boshack Outback, Toodyay, Western Australia
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Boshack Outback

via Wattening Springs Road, Toodyay, Western Australia, 6566
Email: outback@boshack.com
Website: boshackoutback.com

Boshack Outback is a secluded and pristine bushland near Toodyay only 90 minutes from Perth. The 350 acre Eco property of lakes, springs, local farm stay with farm animals to feed, Boshack will offer you a memorable experience which gives you an insight into the traditions of the land’s indigenous inhabitants the Aboriginal and the lives of the European pioneers of 150 years ago. You will be taken on a journey of real Australian history, culture and heritage, a unique time to taste, feel and touch the true “Nature Power” as described by a Feng Shui movie actress belonging to Dr Copa Japan and his filming crew. Listen to Aboriginal dreaming stories, play the Didgeridoo as Ernie Dingo did, when visited by The Great Outdoors for filming. Taste bush chocolate, emu, crocodile and kangaroo with local bush sauces and preserves, a short forest walk, try your hand at catching freshwater crayfish, taste our swinging billy tea, damper scones, jam and cream.

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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. Tastings are by appointment, with a new cellar door scheduled to open at the vineyard in late 2007.

Ayers House, Adelaide, South Australia
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Ayers House Museum

288 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000
Email: ayershouse@nationaltrustsa.org.au
Website: www.ayershousemuseum.org.au
9001846 Phone Number: 61 08 8223 1234
Fax Number: 61 08 8359 3560

Ayers House Museum is a colonial mansion named after its former owner Sir Henry Ayers, a seven times premier of South Australia during the nineteenth century. Visitors can experience the social history of the period during a guided tour of the house and see a collection of historic costume, silver, artwork and furniture as well as changing exhibitions. Architecturally, the house contains important decorative painted finishes on internal walls and ceilings that extend to every room, reflecting the differing function of each room. The house is thought to have been designed by George Strickland Kingston and was built over a period of several years. Ayers House Museum is also available for Weddings and Functions. A property of the National Trust of South Australia, Ayers House Museum is located in the thriving East End district of Adelaide’s central business district and is not to be missed.

Shantell Vineyard
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Shantell Vineyard

1974 Melba Hwy, Dixons Creek, Victoria, 3775
Email: shantell@shantellvineyard.com.au
Website: www.shantellvineyard.com.au
9012566 Phone Number: 61 03 5965 2155
Fax Number: 61 03 5965 2331

Shantell Vineyard is a small vineyard and winery situated in a picturesque hillside setting at Dixons Creek, just 60 kilometres from the heart of Melbourne. Visitors are very welcome to Shantell Vineyard's modern restaurant and tasting facilities. The combination of good food, good wines and exceptional views makes sitting down for a meal almost irresistible. The outlook is stunning and the Aboriginal art collection on display on the dining room and cellar door quite unique. 'Hidden away in a lovely quiet little area among the gum trees and foothills at the northern end of the Yarra Valley, Shantell is a great place to visit. The relaxing pastel-coloured cellar door and friendly restaurant have picture windows that invite the outside in as though you are sitting among the vines, and you can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere outside in warm weather. Shantell's wines are very good too, offering consistency and high quality at fair prices. A winery worth a detour.' Ralph Kyte-Powell Established: 1980 Wine Region: Yarra Valley Winemakers: Turid and Shan Shanmugam Owners: Turid and Shan Shanmugam Cellar Door Manager - Turid Shanmugam Open: 10.30am-5pm daily Wines: Sparkling, Semillon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. Price: $15.00-$35.00 Food: Modern Australian with food designed to complement the wines. Functions: Up to 38 people.

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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.

The Lake House Denmark, Denmark, Western Australia
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The Lake House Denmark

106 Turner Road, Denmark, Western Australia, 6333
Email: mail@lakehousedenmark.com.au
Website: www.lakehousedenmark.com.au
9191778 Phone Number: 61 08 9848 2444
Fax Number: 61 08 9848 3444

Located just five minutes from town and open every day, The Lake House Denmark is a must see destination with its natural beauty and rustic charm. It's the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat, browse in the gourmet store or enjoy complimentary tasting of their award-winning five star wines and Vinofoods. Plus try their pure and natural Winespa bodycare products whilst overlooking the trout filled lake and stunning gardens. Enjoy casual dining in the restaurant and cafe, on the lakeside deck or on a picnic rug overlooking the lake, with the delicious vineyard lunches or try their famous beef and shiraz pie or tasty curries prepared with local and organic produce. Unwind with a glass of wine and savour the mouth watering selection of gourmet treats designed to suit every taste, or simply relax with a great cup of coffee and a piece of their delectable homemade cakes.

The Stockyard Gallery - Mataranka Area - Northern Territory
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The Stockyard Gallery

9 Roper Terrace, Mataranka, Northern Territory, 0852
Email: stockyard.art@gmail.com
9000646 Phone Number: 61 08 8975 4530
Fax Number: 61 08 8975 4530

Take a break at the Stockyard Gallery - a café and gallery in the small town of Mataranka, south of Katherine. Find a table in the shady garden and sip a mango fruit smoothie, order a light snack or a delicious Devonshire tea before wandering around the gallery. The gallery specialises in local art and artefacts. On show you will see paintings, sculptures, and Aboriginal artefacts as well as books about the Northern Territory. Gifts and souvenirs are on sale and there is information on the history of this interesting area, which was made famous by Jeannie Gunn's novel We of the Never Never. Make sure you are photographed standing beside the four-metre statue of the postman Henry Peckham, one of the characters from the book, who guards the premises.

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