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Pilliga Forest Lookout Tower

Pilliga Forest Lookout Tower

Timmallallie National Park, Baradine, New South Wales, 2396
Website: www.environment.nsw.gov.au
9204915 Phone Number: 61 02 6843 4011

The Pilliga Forest Lookout Tower is located at Salt Caves visitor area in Timmallallie National Park, about 45 kilometres by road north-east of Baradine. The visitor area has a free gas barbecue, picnic tables, interpretive signage, shelters, and toilet. The cave itself is a great example of shelters used by traditional Aboriginal people, with evidence of its occupation recorded. There is also an easy one kilometre walk to the Salt Caves Dam which is a great place to sit and spot wildlife coming in for a drink. Free camping is available but you need to be self sufficient.

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.

Yarra Valley Gateway Estate

Yarra Valley Gateway Estate

667 Maroondah Hwy, Coldstream, Victoria, 3770
Email: info@gatewayestate.com.au
Website: www.gatewayestate.com.au
9154547 Phone Number: 61 03 9739 0568

Start your Yarra Valley adventure with a coffee at Yarra Valley Gateway Estate, later enjoying their U-Pick Strawberries. Yarra Valley Gateway Estate are happy to share their knowledge of the Valley with you to ensure your visit is one to remember. Strawberries are now in season, all of their strawberries are grown indoors so you can pick strawberries in all weather conditions. There is no entry fee, you only pay for what you pick. Yarra Valley Gateway Estate is the one stop Farm Gate shop for fresh Yarra Valley produce. Estate grown and produced fruit, vegetables, wine and beef in Coldstream, at the entrance to the Yarra Valley. Yarra Valley Gateway Estate grows a range of vegetables year round in the on site greenhouse, including strawberries, sun-ripened capsicums, and pots of basil. All available for sale along with Gateway Estate free range dry aged beef. Available for tasting is Pinot Noir, Shiraz as well as Strawberry Port, Liqueur and Crème. The Farm Gate Shop is the brain child of brothers Brett and Tony Spurling, which sells the best and most extensive array of local produce in the Yarra Valley. Buy fresh organic bread from Healthy Bake and sourdough loafs from Wild Crust Bakery, jams and relishes from Kookaberry and Cunliffe and Waters, Yarra Valley Pasta and Crumbs Biscuits just to name a few. Yarra Valley Gateway Estate fronts a 120 acre, family owned and operated farm and farm gate shop, located on the junction of the Melba and Maroondah Highway in Coldstream, 45 minutes from Melbourne. For a day out in the Yarra Valley pick up a local produce hamper from Gateway Estate on your way. Filled with fresh Yarra Valley cheeses, breads, biscuits and fresh fruit, it is the perfect accompaniment to the renowned regional wines.

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.

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.

Yelland and Papps, Barossa, South Australia

Yelland and Papps

279 Nuraip Road, Nuriootpa, South Australia, 5355
Email: sales@yellandandpapps.com
Website: www.yellandandpapps.com
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.

Tasmanian devil at Wings Wildlife Park

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.

Australian Knitwear Designer

Sonya Hopkins, Sydney

Sonya Hopkins Sydney, 17 William Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2021
Email: sonyahopkins@bigpond.com
Website: www.sonyahopkins.com
9217020 Phone Number: 61 02 9380 8030

Sonya Hopkins is a Sydney based designer and one of Australia's leading knitwear designers. Creating classically styled and modern fitting knitwear, cardigans, tops, and accessories. Find cashmere, silk, fine merino wool, and luxurious Italian cottons available in a rainbow selection of colours. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest information. Purchases are tax/GST free for international visitors. For more information, please visit the web site.