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Brunswick Street Mall

Brunswick Street Mall

Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland, 4006
Email: visit@brisbanemarketing.com.au
Website: www.visitbrisbane.com.au
9048153 Phone Number: 61 07 3006 6290
Fax Number: 61 07 3006 6251

With a history of eccentric characters and a taste for the alternative, Brunswick Street Mall in Fortitude Valley is a magnet for all things boho. Today it's a highly accessible and flourishing destination that has clung to its left of centre edge. Considered the heart of The Valley's live music scene, its offer is second to none. In fact, Fortitude Valley has been recognised as a 'New Global Hot Spot' by influential US industry mag Billboard and, on the back of great local talent (think Powderfinger, Regurgitator and Pete Murray) acknowledged The Valley as Australia's first 'Special Entertainment Precinct'. You'll never be short of a place to go for a great night out here. Walk into an exotic bar and you'll find looping lights, curiously shaped couches, and even more interesting conversation. Take a seat at an outdoor cafe and the world will pass you by, in every sense of the word. Relax in the sun at an outdoor beer garden and you'll see students, designers, travellers and professionals alike enjoying themselves in the sun. The mall is also home to weekend markets that offer fashion from up-and-coming designers, jewellery, collectables and gifts.

Northern Rockhole - Katherine Area - Northern Territory

Northern Rockhole

Jatbula Trail, Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge), Katherine, Northern Territory, 0850
Email: nitmiluknationalpark@nt.gov.au
Website: www.nretas.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/10556/Jatbula20Trail_11.pdf
9103197 Phone Number: 61 08 8972 1886
Fax Number: 61 08 8971 0702

Northern Rockhole, in Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge), is an enjoyable half day walk from the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre at Katherine Gorge. It's also a lovely lunch spot on the first day of the iconic Jatbula Trail. This is a one way 58 kilometre trail that starts at Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) and finishes between four and five days later at Leliyn/ Edith Falls. You'll climb over dark volcanic rocks to reach the base of the falls, where you can see many layers of sedimentary rocks in the cliff face. A lovely swimming spot, in the early half of the year, is usually a single drop waterfall that you can bathe beneath. As it starts to dry out, the smooth green pool provides unusual 'must see' reflections. Walkers must register at the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre and report your arrival to the kiosk at Leliyn / Edith Falls. A refundable AUD50.00 deposit is required when you register and will be returned when you arrive at Leliyn / Edith Falls. A camping fee of AUD3.30 per person per night and will be collected when you register. You can do the return walk from the Nitmiluk Visitors Centre to Northern Rockhole in a day.

Lake Bennett Wilderness Resort - Darwin Area - Northern Territory

Lake Bennett Resort

Chinner Road, Batchelor, Northern Territory, 0845
Email: sales@lakebennettresort.com.au
Website: www.lakebennettresort.com.au
9000701 Phone Number: 61 08 8976 0960
Fax Number: 61 08 8976 0256

Lake Bennett Resort, just an hour's drive south of Darwin or 87 kilometres, is the perfect place for a romantic getaway, family holiday or an indulgent weekend away. The resort offers an array of accommodation, great dining at a licensed restaurant, a 9-hole golf course, and safe swimming, fishing and canoeing. Bring your fishing gear if you're a resort guest, as the lake is stocked with barramundi. Take a leisurely stroll on the 9-hole golf course with friends or colleagues, or have a laugh over a game of mini-golf with the kids. Head off for a bushwalk or some birdwatching, as the resort is on the doorstep of Litchfield National Park. For those who want to slow down and take it easy, lie by the pool, enjoy a drink and take in the tranquillity.

Scuba Diving, Queensland

Kirra Reef Dive Site

Out from Kirra Beach, Coolangatta, Queensland, 4225
Email: infocoolangatta@gctourism.com
Website: www.verygc.com
9106988 Phone Number: 61 07 5569 3380

Kirra Reef in the Pacific Ocean at the southern end of the Gold Coast consists of scattered rocky outcrops that are covered in kelp fronds. Drift from rock to rock and investigate every nook and cranny, with morays hiding in the most unexpected places. The beauty of this site is in watching the smaller species. Porcupine fish abound here and wobbegongs and macro life inhabit the reef.

gourmet chocolates, chocolates and truffles

Poppy's Chocolate

5/2 Spanns Road, Beenleigh, Queensland, 4207
Email: sales@poppyschocolate.com.au
Website: www.poppyschocolate.com.au
9181429 Phone Number: 61 07 3807 1936
Fax Number: 61 07 3807 6063

Want to experience the best Australia has to offer in chocolate making? Want to taste mouth watering chocolates only the finest hotels and retailers offer their customers? Did you know they are all made in Beenleigh and you can buy direct from the factory? At Poppy's Chocolate, their mission is to delight all of your senses when you indulge in their huge range of over 200 luscious delicacies. Poppy's Chocolate make chocolates using their own Australian made chocolate and wholesale these to Australia's finest chefs and caterers. Now you too can enjoy these exclusive chocolates at factory direct prices. You can see their chocolate makers in action also through the viewing room. Email or call them for details about their "Choc and Chat tours".

Scuba Diving, Queensland

Gold Coast Seaway Dive Site

Gold Coast Seaway, Southport, Queensland, 4215
Email: infosurfers@gctourism.com
Website: www.verygc.com
9106990 Phone Number: 61 07 5538 4419

The Gold Coast Seaway offers diving for the beginner to advanced. There are two pipes that protrude from the Southern Seaway wall. This dive site is divided into four main areas: South Wall (including the Sand Bypass Pipe and the Short Pipe) - great marine biodiversity; North Wall - schools of pelagic fish, wobbegong and whaler sharks; South-West Wall - beach entry and home to little critters; Wave Break Island - excellent for snorkelling, intro and learn to dive.

N'Dhala Gorge Nature Park, Alice Springs Area, Northern Territory

NDhala Gorge Nature Park

90 kilometres east of Alice Springs, via Ross Highway, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 0870
Website: www.nretas.nt.gov.au/national-parks-and-reserves/parks/find/ndhalagorge
9000682 Phone Number: 61 08 8951 8250
Fax Number: 61 08 8951 8290

N'Dhala Gorge Nature Park is a fascinating site that protects thousands of prehistoric rock carvings. Located within the East MacDonnell Ranges, 90 kilometres east of Alice Springs, this important archaeological and heritage site also protects rare plants. Follow the 1.5 kilometre (one hour return) marked walking track into the gorge. Signs along the track interpret some of the approximately 6,000 individual stone engravings or petroglyphs. N'Dhala Gorge is also significant for its rare plants such as the Peach-leafed Poison Bush and the Undoolya Wattle. N'Dhala Gorge Nature Park contains Eastern Arrernte men's sacred sites, including petroglyphs, art sites and shelter sites. The traditional owners call the area Ilwentje. The petroglyphs have been created using either a fine pecking or pounding technique, which are thought to have been used in two different periods. Access to the nature park is via the Ross Highway. Once you pass the Ross River Homestead the track becomes accessible to four-wheel drive vehicles only. Pitch a tent in the bush camping area, which has toilets and picnic tables (camping fees apply). No water is provided so visitors should bring their own supplies.

Ken Taber

Ken Taber Art Studio and Open Garden

123 Maulbrooks Road, Mogo, New South Wales, 2536
Email: ken@kentaber.com
Website: www.kentaber.com
9160371 Phone Number: 61 02 4471 8199

Ken Taber is a self-taught artist who paints in both acrylics and oils. His preferred subjects are usually water scenes, misty swamps, tidal backwaters, beach scenes, and his later work, semi-abstract acrylics of water birds in their environment. Ken has now been painting since 1968 and has had many one man and joint exhibitions. His paintings are hung in collections around the world. Ken now resides on the New South Wales south coast near Batemans Bay. His house and studio gallery is situated on a five acre block amidst a beautiful sub-tropical water garden. The gallery is open by appointment. Please contact them to arrange a time.

Baby Tasmanian Devil

Wing's Wildlife Park

137 Winduss Road, Gunns Plains, Tasmania, 7315
Email: wings@harboursat.com.au
Website: www.wingswildlife.com.au
9008997 Phone Number: 61 03 6429 1151
Fax Number: 61 03 6429 1155

Wing's Wildlife Park displays the largest collection of Tasmanian wildlife in Australia. We're less than one-hour drive from the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal in Devonport. Situated in Gunns Plains, 23 kilometres south of Ulverstone, in the beautiful North West of Tasmania, on the banks of the Leven River. Your visit to Tasmania is not complete unless you get to see some real live Tassie devils up close. Our devil feed is at 1300 daily, with koala interactions at 1100 and 1430. You can feed the trout and the friendly kangaroos. Other animals you can see at the park include wombats, wallabies, quolls, sugar-gliders, wedge-tail eagles, reptiles, meerkats, marmosets, monkeys, bison, camels and much more. Most native animals at Wing's Wildlife Park have been rescued following injury and are released into their natural habitat when rehabilitated. Those unable to be released stay in our care for the remainder of their lives. Group bookings, guided tours, catering, camping and cabin accommodation available. Nocturnal tours in winter (booking essential). Wing's Wildlife Park has a cafe open for lunch, snacks, drinks and ice-creams. You can browse in our gift shop and find that treasured souvenir. Gunns Plains Caves and Preston Falls are nearby.

Bucasia Beach

Bucasia Beach

Waverley Street, Bucasia, Queensland, 4740
Email: info@mackayregion.com
Website: www.mackayregion.com
9006718 Phone Number: 61 07 4944 5888
Fax Number: 61 07 4952 2034

Bucasia Beach is located in the Northern Beaches of Mackay only 10 to 15 minutes north of Mackay City. Ideal for swimming all year round with a stinger-resistant enclosure and a popular spot for the keen angler. This is a pet-friendly beach with a designated off-leash area between Williams Avenue and Symons Avenue everyday between 5am-8am and 5pm-8pm. The Esplanade Park is a beautiful spot to get together with a playground for the kids, barbecue and picnic tables available. Camping is available at the beachfront caravan park.