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The Legendary Pacific Coast

Food, Wine and Farmers Gate Journey on The Legendary Pacific Coast

Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2450
9218945 Phone Number: 61 02 6569 4058

Food and wine is such an important part of any holiday, and along the North Coast of New South Wales, The Legendary Pacific Coast offers up some of the State's best produce. From the lush hinterland to the fishing villages along the coastline the bounty of choice awaits you. There are fresh shucked oysters, locally grown organic beef, duck, cheese makers, tropical fruit, bananas and avocados, macadamia nuts, seafood, and unique wineries and boutique breweries dotted along the drive. The Legendary Pacific Coast is Australia's top touring drive from Sydney to Brisbane so discover the diversity of North Coast cuisine on your next road trip.

Marienberg and Fern Hill Estate Cellar Door, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia

The Marienberg Centre and Limeburner's Restaurant

2 Chalk Hill Road, Mclaren Vale, South Australia, 5171
9001607 Phone Number: 61 08 8323 9666
Fax Number: 61 08 8323 9600

The Marienberg Centre is a unique restaurant, wine bar and cellar door complex in the heart of the picturesque McLaren Vale. The centre incorporates the historically significant circa 1850's cottage, which was home to the local stonemason and limeburner, hence the name of the restaurant. The Marienberg Centre offers a cosy wine bar in the cottage, which is attached to the delightfully airy restaurant, showcasing some of the best regional produce the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer. The Cellar Door facility located adjacent to the restaurant is the home of Marienberg and Fern Hill Estate wines. You are welcome to wander down during lunch and sample the large array of fine wines and local produce they have to offer, along with corporate apparel and souvenirs. Marienberg and Fern Hill Estate Wines can be enjoyed in the restaurant at Cellar Door prices. Other local wines also available.

Woodside Cheese Wrights, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Woodside Cheese Wrights

22 Henry Street, Woodside, South Australia, 5244
9072472 Phone Number: 61 08 8389 7877
Fax Number: 61 08 8389 9269

Woodside Cheese Wrights have produced a range of high quality and award-winning cheeses at their Adelaide Hills facility since 1994. Their sophisticated range of cow and goat milk cheeses are made by directly sourcing milk from small local dairies, providing them with excellent control of milk quality. Woodside Cheese Wrights are true to the word artisan, crafting all of their cheeses by hand. Some of their cheeses are seasonal and are only made when the milk is perfect for each cheese style. Visitors are welcome to visit the Cellar Door to try Woodside Cheese Wrights diverse range of cheeses, where they will also find a range of locally made arts and crafts and locally grown and made produce and food.

Marion Cultural Centre, Oaklands Park, Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia.

Marion Cultural Centre

287 Diagonal Road, Adelaide, South Australia, 5046
9128817 Phone Number: 61 08 8375 6790
Fax Number: 61 08 8375 6794

The Marion Cultural Centre has been internationally recognised and was one of 12 Australian buildings selected to feature in the Australian Pavilion at the 2006 Venice Architecture Biennale. It is only 15 minutes from the Central Business District. The Marion Cultural Centre comprises a theatre, meeting rooms, art gallery, café, foyer, plaza and the Marion Library. Opening hours vary between areas, please contact the centre direct for more information.

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Lake Monjingup

Telegraph Road, Esperance, Western Australia, 6450
9173188 Phone Number: 61 08 9083 1555

Lake Monjingup is ideal for a picnic, great walks including a board walk on the Lake, bird watching and many wildflowers in spring. From Esperance, follow the South Coast Highway until you see the signs to Telegraph Road. Monjingup Lake Nature Reserve spreads on both sides of that road, with the first entrance on the left hand side and the second entrance further on the right hand side of Telegraph Road.

Yelland and Papps, Barossa, South Australia

Yelland and Papps

279 Nuraip Road, Nuriootpa, South Australia, 5355
9217337 Phone Number: 61 08 8562 3510
Fax Number: 61 08 8562 3510

Yelland and Papps is a small, family owned winery established and run by Susan and Michael Papps. Successfully forging their own path within the Barossa wine region as first generation winemakers, Susan and Michael are passionate about running a small winery and living in a sustainable fashion. Yelland and Papps wines are balanced, flavoursome and food-friendly offerings, produced in a thoughtful fashion, respecting the history of the Barossa and its land. A visit to the charming Yelland and Papps cellar door will not only see you sampling their YP, Blackboard, Devote, Second Take and Divine wines, but also seasonal produce fresh from the property. Rated five red stars and one of the "Ten Best New Wineries in Australia" by James Halliday, the wines of Yelland and Papps have been gaining rave reviews and awards since. The wine drinker has come to love and appreciate the wines of the new Barossa that Yelland and Papps represent.

Adelaide Central School of Art, Norwood, South Australia

Adelaide Central School of Art

45 Osmond Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, 5067
9166449 Phone Number: 61 08 8364 5075
Fax Number: 61 08 8364 4865

Adelaide Central School of Art is an independent accredited higher education provider that trains students for a career as professional practising artists. The school is also home to the Adelaide Central Gallery. As well as being a highly reputable South Australian contemporary art gallery, it forms an important component of the educational programs of the school. Founded in 1982, the school has established excellence in both teaching practices and student success, and is a passionate national and international contributor to discourse on contemporary art. The School offers undergraduate degrees, specialist short courses, master classes and workshops.

McLaren Vale Cheese and Wine Trail, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia

McLaren Vale Cheese and Wine Trail

Blessed Cheese, 150 Main Road , Mclaren Vale, South Australia, 5171
9168304 Phone Number: 61 08 8323 7958
Fax Number: 61 08 8323 7918

Blessed Cheese is the start point of the McLaren Vale Cheese and Wine Trail. Pick up your cheese hamper from Blessed Cheese and enjoy a progressive cheese and wine tasting at some of the best cellar doors in McLaren Vale and surrounds. The hamper includes a selection of local cheeses, olives, dried fruit, almonds and crackers. You can also upgrade to the premium hamper (advance noticed required) which includes smoked salmon, pate, dip, local smallgoods, frittata, antipasto, bread and petit fours. This self drive tour gives visitors the opportunity to savour the flavours of the area at their own pace while enjoying a unique cheese and wine matching. Please note, facilities and opening times vary at each location on the trail.

Renmark Swimming Centre, Renmark, Riverland, South Australia

Renmark Swimming Centre

Cowra Street, Renmark, South Australia, 5341
9002103 Phone Number: 61 08 8586 5086

The Renmark Swimming Centre offers more options with the three pools, water slide and mini golf than most other regional centres and all the attractions are located in very pleasant and relaxing surroundings. The Centre houses the only outdoor waterslide in regional South Australia. The slide is approximately 50 metres in length. The central pool is a 50 metre eight lane Olympic pool being one metre deep at the eastern end and two metres deep at the western end. There is an intermediate pool for children under eight years of age, and a toddler's pool for children under five years. The complex also houses a nine hole mini golf course, which adds to the attraction of the centre. The golf course is available whenever the centre is open. The centre opens on the last Sunday in October and closes on the last Sunday in March.

Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre, Mount Gambier, Limestone Coast, South Australia

The Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre

Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier, South Australia, 5290
9139644 Phone Number: 61 08 8724 9750
Fax Number: 61 08 8723 2833

Servicing an average of 80,000 visitors annually, The Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre provides a personalised information service on Mount Gambier and the Limestone Coast in the south east region of South Australia. Because Mount Gambier is centrally located between Adelaide and Melbourne, 10 minutes drive from the Victorian Border, a selected range of information is provided for all South Australian and Victorian regions. A small range of information for the other states is also available. On display at "The Lady Nelson" is the fossilized skull of Simosthenurus occdentalis, an extinct short-faced kangaroo estimated to be between 50,000 and500,000 years old, has been handed over to The City of Mount Gambier for display at the centre. A small fee applies for entry into the Discovery Centre. Please enquire direct.

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