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Northampton Visitor Centre, Northampton, Western Australia
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Northampton Visitor Centre

The Old Police Station, Hampton Road, Northampton, Western Australia, 6535
Email: info@northampton.com.au
Website: www.northampton.com.au
9166519 Phone Number: 61 08 9934 1488
Fax Number: 61 08 9934 1488

During your visit feel free to stop by the Northampton Visitor Centre and pick up a souvenir, postcards or simply some information about the local area. The visitor centre is located opposite the council offices on Hampton Road, Northampton in the 'Old Police Station', a building of heritage significance. If you would like some help booking a bus trip, some information about local accommodation or other local attractions please don't hesitate to contact the centre. All the staff at the Northampton Visitor Centre hope to see you soon!

Boating at Lake Burrendong
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Lake Burrendong

Fashions Mount Road,, Mumbil, New South Wales, 2820
Email: admin@lakeburrendong.com.au
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.

Gallery Artspaces
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Gallery Artspaces

7 Vicary Street, Triabunna, Tasmania, 7190
9138175 Phone Number: 61 03 6257 3311
Fax Number: 61 03 6257 3399

Gallery Artspaces is an art and craft gallery in Triabunna, on Tasmania’s east coast. The gallery features high quality Tasmanian products on display. The focus for Gallery Artspaces is exclusively on Tasmanian artists producing art and craft work. Whilst browsing the gallery, why not grab a bite to eat or a beverage from the onsite cafe. The Artspaces cafe uses Australian grown and roasted coffee and sources local produce when available for its various meal options. Gallery Artspaces is open every day of the year. Light lunches are served daily in the cafe. Artspace also hosts special events such as ‘Blue Nights’ on a regular basis. Be surrounded by Tasmanian art, including indigenous artists, in a contemporary and relaxed atmosphere. Triabunna is about an hours’ drive (84 kilometres/53 miles) north east of Hobart.

Wild Dog Winery & Restaurant
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Wild Dog Winery & Restaurant

Warragul-Korumburra Rd, Warragul, Victoria, 3820
Email: info@wilddogwinery.com
Website: www.wilddogwinery.com
9012932 Phone Number: 61 03 5623 2211
Fax Number: 61 03 5623 6402

Wild Dog Winery, Restaurant, Vineyard and Cellar Door Situated just three kilometres from Warragul (100km east of Melbourne) on Warragul Korumburra Rd, Wild Dog Winery & Restaurant offers stunning views of the Strzelecki Ranges combined with picturesque vineyard and olive plantation scenery from the newly established cellar door and restaurant complex. Most Successful Exhibitor Gippsland Wine Show 2009 The winery and vineyard was established in 1982 with the name "Wild Dog" coming from the nearby township of Warragul that is derived from the Aboriginal word "Warrigal" meaning dingo or wild dog. In 2009 Wild Dog was presented with the "Most Successful Exhibitor" award at the annual Gippsland Wine Show. Experience the taste of Gippsland Wild Dog Winery invites you to experience the seasonal A La Carte Dinner Menu or relax on the deck in picturesque vineyard settings, enjoying a light brunch or lunch, taking in the atmosphere that is uniquely Wild Dog, whilst enjoying the range of award winning cool climate wines. Wines: Extensive range of sparkling, table and dessert wines, including some exclusively to cellar door wines. 'In the heart of Gippsland's fertile dairy country, Wild Dog is a lovely place to visit. A long tree-lined driveway leads down through rich farmland, grazing cows, and tree-topped hills to the winery and cellar door. A new restaurant takes advantage of the superb views with large windows and a generously proportioned outdoor deck area, while a wetlands environment is being developed for visitors to stroll through. It's excellent white wine country with Chardonnay and Riesling the highlights, but Shiraz is evolving in quality as the vineyard matures.' Review by Ralph Kyte-Powell.

Cape Otway Lightstation
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Cape Otway Lightstation

1140 Lightstation Road, via Great Ocean Rd, Cape Otway, Victoria, 3233
Email: keeper@lightstation.com
Website: www.lightstation.com
9139477 Phone Number: 61 03 5237 9240
Fax Number: 61 03 5237 9245

Climb to the top of mainland Australia's oldest lighthouse, Cape Otway Lightstation, 90 metres above the wild Southern Ocean, and see why many tragic shipwrecks occurred on this isolated and rugged coastline. Immerse yourself in history with one of Australia's most important and recognisable lighthouses at your doorstep. Spectacular scenery, lighthouse tours, wildlife (koalas, wallabies and whales), rainforests, waterfalls and awesome sunsets will be highlights of your stay. Cape Otway is an excellent location to base yourself, being central to Great Ocean Road and Great Otway National Park activities and walks. Groups of up to 16 people can be accommodated in the heritage Head Lighthouse Keeper's cottage with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, open fires and fully self contained kitchen and laundry facilities. Two night minimum stays. The cottage is a wonderful retreat for families, walking groups or as a unique venue for get-togethers with friends. The Manager's House is a fully self-contained, newly renovated property providing all the comforts of home, comfortably accommodating up to 15 guests. A great location for a house party, or place to relax after walking in the Otways, the Manager's House is filled with natural light. Both properties have bed and breakfast options for smaller groups or couples. The Lightstation also has a delightful café on site which is open daily. Relax over a great coffee and homemade scones, soaking up the views. The café is located in the original Assistant Lighthouse Keeper's cottage, right in front of the lighthouse. Discover the coast on a 4WD Lightkeeper's Shipwreck Discovery Tour, which runs daily and with special offers for accommodation guests. Walk in the footsteps of lightkeepers and pioneers along the Great Ocean Walk with experienced and knowledgeable local guides. Opera in the Otways - Saturday November 17, 2012 - see website for details.

Native Point Wines
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Native Point Wines

718 Windermere Road, Windermere, Tasmania, 7252
Email: info@nativepoint.com
Website: www.nativepoint.com

Native Point Wines is a boutique vineyard in the Tamar Valley, a 20-minute drive north of Launceston. Native Point vineyard at Windermere was established in 1999 by Sheena and Tim High on the Swan Bay peninsula, the original site where Dr Gaunt first planted grapes in the 1840s. The five hectare vineyard now produces Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and a sparkling Rose. Wine tasting and sales available at our cellar door located on the vineyard (just call ahead) and enjoy the spectacular views across the Tamar Valley. The owners take great pleasure in showing visitors through the vineyard, and explaining the various stages of wine growing.

The Makers Workshop
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Makers' Workshop

2 Bass Highway, Burnie, Tasmania, 7320
Email: makersworkshop@burnie.net
9135147 Phone Number: 61 03 6430 5831
Fax Number: 61 03 6431 3836

Meet working artists at the Makers’ Workshop. Great gift shop, gallery, café and information centre. Opened in November 2009, this contemporary structure is a new concept for Burnie, part contemporary museum, part arts centre and visitor information centre. Volunteers at the information counter will help you find your way around Burnie and beyond. You can shop for some interesting locally made gifts and mementoes in the gift shop or check out the latest Tasmanian exhibition in the gallery. You are invited to try your hand at making paper under the guidance of experienced and informative paper makers. Depending on the day, there may be one or several makers working on site, producing any number of interesting things. You are encouraged to meet the makers and have a chat about what they’re making or see their objects for sale in the gift shop. Discover what makes Burnie tick from the interpretive displays or simply appreciate the stunning giant sepia images taken by Wolfgang Seivers, still recognised as one of the world’s finest industrial and architectural photographers. Grab a coffee, a plate of fresh local fare and reflect while enjoying the view.

Stuart Feeding super croc Crunch
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Ballarat Wildlife Park

250 Fussell St, Ballarat, Victoria, 3350
Email: info@wildlifepark.com.au
Website: www.wildlifepark.com.au
9012026 Phone Number: 61 03 5333 5933
Fax Number: 61 03 5333 4025

Ballarat Wildlife Park is an award winning Park that is owned and operated by Greg Parker and his family. Founded in February 1985 through a passion for conservation of wildlife and the environment. The Parker family have long realised the value of allowing people and animals to come together in a relaxing, friendly and educational environment. The selection of animals is truly unique and features animals that can only be described as natural wonders of the world! Children can experience close contact with koalas, wombats, kangaroos and even crocodiles. Ballarat Wildlife Park houses a rich collection of native Australian wildlife in 16 hectares of natural bushland. Guided tours run every day at 11 am and animal shows running weekends, school holidays and public holidays from 1.30 pm. Throughout the week they have 'Meet the keeper' running from 1.30 pm. On-site at Ballarat Wildlife Park there is a beautiful coffee shop and also a great souvenir shop. For further information on Ballarat Wildlife Park, contact the friendly staff.

Wave Rock
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Wave Rock

Wave Rock Road, Hyden, Western Australia, 6359
Email: visitor@merredin.wa.gov.au
Website: www.wheatbelttourism.com
9010011 Phone Number: 61 08 9041 1668
Fax Number: 61 08 9041 2788

One of Australia's biggest waves is also the furthest from any ocean - Wave Rock rises 15 metres above the outback plain. Over 2,700 million years in the making, today it's a popular tourist destination. Located near the Wheatbelt town of Hyden, getting there from Perth is a pleasant 340-kilometre drive (approximately three to four hours) through picturesque rolling farmlands to wide vistas of wheat and canola fields. Take a drive and stay overnight in Hyden, or join a day tour from Perth. This 110-metre long multi-coloured granite cliff is shaped remarkably like a huge wave about to crash onto the bush. Pose on the rock face and surf the giant wave or see it from a different perspective by following the walk trails around the base and over the top. After winter rains, you'll be surrounded by a sea of dazzling colour as Western Australian wildflowers bloom in their billions. Nearby, a collection of over 450 ancient rock paintings cover the walls of Mulka's Cave, telling the story of a local Aboriginal legend. Just outside Hyden, the wildlife park invites you to meet its koalas and white kangaroos, with the Wildflower Shop and Café offering souvenirs and refreshments.

Wooden Boat Centre - Tasmania
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Wooden Boat Centre - Tasmania

Main Road, Franklin, Tasmania, 7113
Email: info@woodenboatcentre.com
Website: www.woodenboatcentre.com
9107717 Phone Number: 61 03 6266 3586

The Wooden Boat Centre is a boat building and visitor centre at Franklin, in Tasmania's south. Franklin is an historic Huon Valley town, 40 minutes' drive south of Hobart (45 kilometres). Sitting on the banks of the Huon River, the Wooden Boat Centre comprises the Wooden Boat Discovery Centre and Wooden Boat School. In the Discovery Centre you can see displays interpreting the history of wooden boat building and water transport along with maritime tools and artefacts. A number of small vessels are on display and you can also see some of Tasmania's unique boat building timbers including Huon pine, King Billy pine, celery top and Tasmanian blue gum. There is also a gift shop where you can choose from a range of nautical gifts and Wooden Boat Centre merchandise. The Wooden Boat School offers boat-building courses ranging in length from one day to full-time certificate courses. The Certificate in Wooden Boat Construction teaches traditional wooden boat-building methods and focuses on the construction of large timber vessels through all stages from lofting to launch. Your entry includes a guided tour of the Centre, which is open every day except Saturday from September to May.