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Loira Vines
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Loira Vines

3191 West Tamar Highway, Sidmouth, Tasmania, 7270
Email: perks@netspace.net.au
Website: www.loiravines.com
9194044 Phone Number: 61 03 6394 7596
Fax Number: 61 03 6394 7596

Loira Vines nestled in the West Tamar Valley, Tasmania, is a small family run boutique vineyard. We have a selection of wines for tasting which include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling and Lady in Pink. Loira Vines is a working vineyard with a chance to experience first-hand the grape production process. Our cellar door is open every day from 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. throughout summer. Loira Vines is set amidst beautiful gardens centred around a lake with a resident, elusive platypus, native hens and various bird species. Loira Vines is proud to be a member of the Tamar Valley Wine Route comprising over 30 different vineyards.

Bay of Fires Wines
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Bay of Fires Wines

40 Baxters Road, Pipers River, Tasmania, 7252
Email: cellardoor@bayoffireswines.com.au
Website: www.bayoffireswines.com.au
9037069 Phone Number: 61 03 6382 7622
Fax Number: 61 03 6382 7225

Bay of Fires Wines offer award-winning wines and are located at Pipers River in Tasmania's north. The wine reflects the courage and care of a dedicated group of Tasmanian winegrowers and the vision and spirit of our winemaking team. Sample the superb award winning-wines in elegant and tranquil surrounds. The winery offers tasting plates, wines by the glass, coffee and tea. A new and exciting range of wines awaits you at Bay of Fires Wines, which is also home to Arras, Australia's prestige sparkling wine. Indulge, relax and experience Tasmanian wine at its best. Bay of Fires Wines is located at Pipers River, about 45-minutes' drive (44 kilometres/27 miles) from central Launceston.

Saltram Wine Estate, Angaston, Barossa, South Australia.
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Saltram Wine Estate

Nuriootpa Road, Angaston, South Australia, 5353
Email: cellardoor@saltramestate.com.au
Website: www.saltramwines.com.au
9001849 Phone Number: 61 08 8561 0232
Fax Number: 61 08 8561 0200

Saltram sits at the entrance to the Barossa township of Angaston in South Australia. Inviting, warm and full of experiences awaiting your enjoyment, Saltram makes you feel right at home with comfortable, contemporary styling of the original winery. At Saltram, you will collect experiences to last a lifetime, with the legendary Mamre Brook House on the premises, the opportunity to enjoy modern regional cuisine from Salter’s Restaurant, a casual drink, or a tasting of some of the most proclaimed wines made in Australia from the Tasting Bar. Utilising special event rooms within the winery, Saltram offers beautiful surrounds and an expert team to arrange your next occasion. Whether it is a conference, or celebrating a wedding or special birthday, we can tailor an event to your needs and budget, all in the unique setting and ageless walls of this historic Barossa winery.

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 craftwork, 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 Scottish sweets from Dollies Lollies and then spend an hour wandering through their 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.

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.

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.

Boating at Lake Burrendong
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Lake Burrendong

Fashions Mount Road,, Mumbil, New South Wales, 2820
Website: www.lakeburrendong.com.au
9192522 Phone Number: 61 02 6846 7435
Fax Number: 61 02 6846 7515

Holding three-and-a-half times the volume of water compared to Sydney Harbour, Lake Burrendong is the perfect location for waterskiing, wakeboarding, biscuiting and fishing in Central West NSW. A range of fish species including the Murray Cod, Golden Perch, Silver Perch, Catfish, Redfin and Trout can all be found in Lake Burrendong. It was constructed in 1967 for flood mitigation purposes. Since then it has become a haven for keen anglers and water sports enthusiasts.

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.