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Stunning views over the vines for special functions
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Leaning Church Vineyard

76 Brooks Road, Lalla, Tasmania, 7267
Email: info@leaningchurch.com.au
Website: www.leaningchurch.com.au
9133224 Phone Number: 61 03 6395 4447

For a fresh, funky and fun approach to wine, whisky and cheese tasting, the multi-award-winning Leaning Church Vineyard guarantees a truly unique experience. Leaning Church is located in a spectacular natural amphitheatre at the foothills of Mount Arthur near Lilydale, 20 minutes from Launceston, in the internationally-acclaimed Pipers River wine region. Established 25 years ago, the vineyard gained global recognition under the Lalla Gully and Clover Hill labels with premium Sparkling, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, as well as a Sauvignon Blanc declared one of Australia's best. All wines, as well as a Sweet Riesling and Merlot, are available for tasting at cellar door. Visitors to Leaning Church can wander around the vineyard and landscaped gardens, tour the historic "leaning" church, peruse local art, indulge in a glass of wine with a local cheese plate, sample single-malt whiskies and laugh at naughty wine labels! Leaning Church also offers a full range of pre-booked functions in our rustic cellar door (up to 56 people), a permanent marquee on a fully-paved surface (140), an historic "leaning" church (48) and a new lakeside marquee site (360).

Ulverstone History Museum
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Ulverstone History Museum

50 Main Street, Ulverstone, Tasmania, 7315
Email: ulvmuseum@bigpond.com
Website: www.leven.tassie.net.au
9037299 Phone Number: 61 03 6425 3835

Step back in time and wander through a comprehensive display of artefacts, manuscripts, tools and photographs depicting the life of our early pioneers. Also available are research facilities for the Central Coast district including school registers, births, deaths and marriages, burials, property valuations, family histories, assessment rolls, post office directories, war records and other items of interest. For those visitors of the older generation we trust that they will enjoy wandering down memory lane and for those of younger years we hope that they will gain some insight into our past.

Stoney Rise Wine Company
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Stoney Rise Wine Company

96 Hendersons Lane, Gravelly Beach, Tasmania, 7276
Email: info@stoneyrise.com
Website: www.stoneyrise.com
9037005 Phone Number: 61 03 6394 3678
Fax Number: 61 03 6394 3684

Stoney Rise Vineyard and cellar door is located just outside of Launceston, northern Tasmania. The vineyard is set in picturesque surrounds overlooking the Tamar River. Stoney Rise is the brainchild of Joe and Lou Holyman. Joe has spent more than a decade selling and making wine interstate and overseas before returning to his native Tasmania with his wife. The vineyard is comprised of three hectares (7.4) of Pinot Noir and one hectare (2.4 acres) of Chardonnay. The charming cellar door offers tastings of Stoney Rise and the exclusive Holyman ranges of wines. Joe has a strong belief in the winemaking practices of Europe and produces wines of depth and elegance. While tasting you can peruse the sketches by Hobart artist Tom Samek, as well as choose from a range of Annie O preserves which are made from home-grown produce. Stoney Rise is open Thursday to Monday, 11am to 5pm and closed for the month of September. Stoney Rise Vineyard is located at Gravelly Beach, 20-minutes’ drive from Launceston’s central business district.

WWII Oil Storage Tunnels, Darwin Area, Northern Territory, Australia
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WWII Oil Storage Tunnels

Kitchener Drive, Darwin Wharf Precinct, Darwin, Northern Territory, 0800
Email: info@darwintours.com.au
Website: www.darwintours.com.au/tours/ww2tunnels.html
9000867 Phone Number: 61 08 8985 6333
Fax Number: 61 08 8985 6366

One of the more interesting constructions in Darwin during World War II are the oil storage tunnels located near the Darwin Wharf Precinct. Originally eight oil tunnels were planned, but only five were actually constructed. Today, two of these oil storage tunnels are open for viewing. The tunnels feature a collection of photographs of Darwin during World War II and the men and women that served in the Northern Territory. An experienced guide will take you through the tunnels with informative commentary, and books and souvenirs are available.

Book club
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Ampersand Café Bookstore Paddington

78-80 Oxford Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2021
Email: ampersandpaddo@optusnet.com.au
Website: www.cafebookstore.com.au/
9162802 Phone Number: 61 02 9380 6617

This cafe and bookstore is a haven of tranquillity where you can relax in a vibrant atmosphere, read a good book, drink home-made Chai Tea relished for its rich exotic flavours of cardamom, cinnamon and ginger, or enjoy one of their delicious cupcakes. Whether it's an old favourite, something to read to the kids, or a beautiful antiquarian book, chances are you'll find something special here. With over 30,000 used books on their shelves stretching from ceiling to floor, there's something for everyone. Begin your day with Eggs Benedict or their famous Apple and Berry Crumble served with natural yoghurt and drizzled with honey and cinnamon. Lunches are popular offering a variety of gourmet sandwiches, paninis, risottos, pastas, soup and salads. After work, or on weekends, you can really cram in the culture here.

Goaty Hill Wines
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Goaty Hill Wines

530 Auburn Road, Kayena, Tasmania, 7270
Email: info@goatyhill.com
Website: www.goatyhill.com
9110440 Fax Number: 61  1300 819 907

Goaty Hill Wines is located in the picturesque West Tamar region north of Launceston, Tasmania. As the vineyard has now reached its full potential, partners in Goaty Hill Wines decided to launch a wine label that encapsulated their passion for quality and enjoyment of fine Tasmanian wine. In considering a name for their label, partners turned to their vineyard for inspiration. A notable landmark on the property includes a steep and rocky hill that offers panoramic views of the region. A journey to the top is well worth the effort. This hill is locally known as Goaty Hill. Goaty Hill Wines includes on their label the term ‘Educated Enjoyment.’ Partners in Goaty Hill Wines include six friends from two families who together were determined to build something for the future while having fun. Goaty Hill Wines invites you to also enjoy the journey of learning about, sharing in and enjoying fine Tasmanian wine. Light lunches are available daily - vineyard platters, cheese plates and tea and coffee. Vineyard tours are available, please call to book prior to arrival.

Matilda Bay Reserve, Perth, Western Australia
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Matilda Bay Reserve

Hackett Drive, Perth, Western Australia, 6009
Email: wainfo@bestof.com.au
Website: parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/matilda-bay-reserve
9061221 Phone Number: 61 08 9483 1111
Fax Number: 61 08 9481 0190

On a warm summer’s day people flock to Matilda Bay Reserve to go swimming in the Swan River and picnic by the water. Located south of Perth and not far from the University of Western Australia, Matilda Bay is a perfect spot to relax in a tranquil setting under shady trees. Children can paddle by the waters edge or leap into the water from one of the nearby jetties. Fishing is also popular. The reserve encompasses Pelican Point which is an important breeding sanctuary for migratory birds. With the stunning backdrop of the Swan River and views over the city of Perth, Matilda Bay is also popular for social functions and weddings. Matilda Bay Reserve is situated between Hackett Drive and the Swan River in Crawley. It’s about a five minute drive from the city.

The Honey Pot
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The Honey Pot

2273 Huon Highway, Huonville, Tasmania, 7109
Email: info@thehoney-pot.com
Website: www.thehoney-pot.com
9165417 Phone Number: 61 03 6266 0342

The Honey Pot, located in the picturesque Huon Valley offers the complete Tasmanian Honey experience. The Honey Pot is owned and run by local beekeepers and has a wonderful range of delicious Tasmanian Honey. In store you will find premium honey varieties such as the famous Tasmanian Leatherwood honey, and also Manuka honey from Bruny Island. There are also gourmet honey treats such as honey and ginger, honey mustard, creamed honey and honey mead. The Honey Pot has a great range of honey products and gifts, such as skin care products, beeswax candles, and healthy honey sweets. At The Honey Pot you can enjoy free tastings, and also watch the queen bee and all her workers, busy making honey in the observation hive. The Honey Pot is convenienly located at the Huon Valley Visitor Centre, just 25 minutes South of Hobart on the Huon Highway, and is open seven days a week. The Honey Pot is just one of many great experiences along the Huon Trail, including the Tahune Air Walk, local arts and crafts, and gourmet food and wine

East Coast Natureworld
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East Coast Natureworld

Tasman Highway, Bicheno, Tasmania, 7215
Email: info@natureworld.com.au
Website: www.natureworld.com.au
9007999 Phone Number: 61 03 6375 1311
Fax Number: 61 03 6375 1736

East Coast Natureworld is a premier wildlife and ecology park near Bicheno, in Tasmania’s east coast. The park is located on 65 hectares (150 acres) of natural parkland and lagoons, north of bicheno. Here, you can see free-ranging native Australian wildlife up close, including wombats, kangaroos, bettongs, koalas, pademelons, lorikeets, pelicans and swans. Natureworld also operates as a rescue, breeding and rehabilitation sanctuary for orphaned or injured wildlife. Other features include devilworld, a state of the art, interactive interpretation centre focussing on the Tasmanian devil. You can see over 200 snakes and lizards in reptileworld and witness the after-dark habits of australian native animals at nocturnalworld. Feeding times are at 10:00am and 3:30pm each day. Check out the newly restored east coast heritage and mining display with an 1850’s mine & rescued mining equipment, whilst learning about coastal history. Natureworld also has a playground, old mcdonalds farm, scenic lookout and walk-through aviaries. Take a scenic flora walk through the forest, or enjoy homemade soup with damper and 'devil cream teas' at the devil’s den restaurant. Bicheno is a two hour and 15 minute drive (177 kilometres/110 miles) from Hobart.

Wicked Cheese Company, The
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The Wicked Cheese Company

1238 Richmond Road, Richmond, Tasmania, 7025
Email: ashleymccoy1@bigpond.com
Website: www.wickedcheese.com.au
9138060 Phone Number: 61 03 6260 2341
Fax Number: 61 03 6260 2341

Wicked Cheese are boutique cheesemakers based in Richmond, southern Tasmania. Wicked Cheese has emerged, in a few short years, to gain recognition as one of the most impressive, high quality, hand-made cheese ranges in Australia. Wicked Cheese Triple Cream Brie was awarded the Supreme Cheese Champion Trophy at the 2008 Royal Melbourne Show, and Wicked Cheese Brie was awarded the trophy for Best White Mould Cheese at the 2010 Australian Grand Dairy Awards. You can sample the Wicked Cheese and Richmond Cheese ranges at the factory outlet. There you can meet the man behind the product – Ashley McCoy, the hands-on owner of the Wicked Cheese Company. Ashley McCoy is highly experienced and qualified, and he meticulously attends to his craft. He uses only the purest hormone-free and chemical-free milk from grass-fed cows. Richmond is a 26 minute drive (26 kilometres/16 miles) North of Hobart.