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Renmark Swimming Centre, Renmark, Riverland, South Australia

Renmark Swimming Centre

Cowra Street, Renmark, South Australia, 5341
Email: wilky@riverland.net.au
Website: www.renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au
9002103 Phone Number: 61 08 8586 5086

The Renmark Swimming Centre offers more options with the three pools, water slide and mini golf than most other regional centres and all the attractions are located in very pleasant and relaxing surroundings. The Centre houses the only outdoor waterslide in regional South Australia. The slide is approximately 50 metres in length. The central pool is a 50 metre eight lane Olympic pool being one metre deep at the eastern end and two metres deep at the western end. There is an intermediate pool for children under eight years of age, and a toddler's pool for children under five years. The complex also houses a nine hole mini golf course, which adds to the attraction of the centre. The golf course is available whenever the centre is open. The centre opens on the last Sunday in October and closes on the last Sunday in March.

Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre, Mount Gambier, Limestone Coast, South Australia

The Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre

Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier, South Australia, 5290
Email: theladynelson@mountgambier.sa.gov.au
Website: www.mountgambiertourism.com.au
9139644 Phone Number: 61 08 8724 9750
Fax Number: 61 08 8723 2833

Servicing an average of 80,000 visitors annually, The Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre provides a personalised information service on Mount Gambier and the Limestone Coast in the south east region of South Australia. Because Mount Gambier is centrally located between Adelaide and Melbourne, 10 minutes drive from the Victorian Border, a selected range of information is provided for all South Australian and Victorian regions. A small range of information for the other states is also available. On display at "The Lady Nelson" is the fossilized skull of Simosthenurus occdentalis, an extinct short-faced kangaroo estimated to be between 50,000 and500,000 years old, has been handed over to The City of Mount Gambier for display at the centre. A small fee applies for entry into the Discovery Centre. Please enquire direct.

Robe Golf Club, Robe, Limestone Coast, South Australia

Robe Golf Club

129 Morphett Street, Robe, South Australia, 5276
Website: www.robe.sa.gov.au/Golf/index.htm
9001802 Phone Number: 61 08 8768 2330

Robe is located on the Limestone Coast, 340 kilometres south east of Adelaide, South Australia and 580 kilometres north west of Melbourne, Victoria. The Robe Golf Course is a 14-fairway layout, played as 18-holes. Four fairways are played twice, two from a different tee. The course is situated in amongst the beautiful landscape of sand dunes and natural flora and fauna. The Robe Golf Club can be hired out for specials occasions and functions such as weddings, birthdays, parties, anniversaries, engagements and more. We have a fully licensed bar, kitchen, restrooms and car park.

Logan MegaCentre

Logan MegaCentre

3525 Pacifc Highway, Slacks Creek, Queensland, 4127
Website: www.loganmegacentre.com.au
9211691 Phone Number: 61 07 3209 3656
Fax Number: 61 07 3290 1673

No visit to Logan is complete without a dose of retail therapy to one of the best homemaker centres in South-East Queensland, Logan MegaCentre. The centre is home to a diverse range of stores specialising in well-designed, functional household furniture and bedding, indoor and outdoor living, and camping and adventure supplies at great low prices. Take a break from shopping and enjoy the centre's Free Wi-Fi, while grabbing a coffee or watching the kids explore the nooks and crannies of fantastic indoor playground. Logan MegaCentre really is a centre for everyone. They are located right next door to IKEA. Exit to the centre is via Exit 24 Northbound and Exit 23 southbound off the Pacific Highway.


Tasmazia and The Village of Lower Crackpot

500 Staverton Road, Promised Land, Tasmania, 7306
Email: tasmazia@gmail.com
Website: www.tasmazia.com.au
9007467 Phone Number: 61 03 6491 1934
Fax Number: 61 03 6491 2316

Tasmazia, a maze complex, model village, Pancake Parlour and Gift Shop in Promised Land, northwest Tasmania. Promised Land is situated a 15-minute drive southwest of Sheffield (15 kilometres) and a 40-minute drive southwest of Devonport (40 kilometres). Tasmazia has a total of eight mazes. You can lose yourself in the Great Maze (one of the world's largest botanical mazes), the Hampton Court Maze, the Yellow Brick Road Maze, the Hexagonal Maze, the Cage, the Irish maze and the Confusion Maze. Explore the Village of Lower Crackpot, a fanciful artwork in the form of a small-scale village. Visit the recently-opened Embassy Gardens, containing sixty buildings dedicated to over 40 countries. You can also indulge yourself in the Pancake Parlour and browse through the Gift Shop for locally made crafts and clothing, many exclusive to Tasmazia as well as quirky games and puzzles. Tasmazia has been devised and built on a former dairy farm, which was later converted to lavender. The property remains a working lavender farm which you can see in full flower during the month of January. Visit the Gift Shop to choose from the range of Tudor Lane and Lavender House products.

Scenic countryside

Encounter Bikeway

Liverpool Road, Goolwa, South Australia, 5214
Email: goolwavic@alexandrina.sa.gov.au
Website: www.visitalexandrina.com
9213913 Fax Number: 61 08 8555 3810

Located on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula (approximately 90 minute drive from Adelaide city), the Encounter Bikeway travels along pristine coastline linking the heritage towns of Goolwa, Port Elliot and Middleton with Victor Harbor. The total distance of the Encounter Bikeway is 31 kilometres one way and is a mixture of on-road and shared pathway. A range of riding distances makes The Bikeway suitable for all ages and can be utilised by a variety of leisure activities including walking, bike riding, skating, and rollerblading and is wheelchair accessible. Visit the website for your copy of the Encounter Bikeway Map. There is also an option on Wednesdays, Sundays and South Australian school holidays to bike ride one way and then travel back with your bike on the historic Cockle train. It is essential to contact SteamRanger prior on 1300 655 991 to confirm availability for this service.

Lobethal Road Wines, Mount Torrens, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Lobethal Road Wines

2254 Onkaparinga Valley Road, Mount Torrens, South Australia, 5244
Email: info@lobethalroad.com
Website: www.lobethalroad.com
9141854 Phone Number: 61 08 8389 4595
Fax Number: 61 08 8389 4596

Lobethal Road leads you to handcrafted wines of intense flavour and distinctive cool climate character. Located only 40 minutes from Adelaide, our vineyard is nestled at the foot of Mount Torrens in the picturesque Adelaide Hills. Join us for a tasting in our mud-brick Cellar Door. Enjoy a glass of wine by the wood fire or in the courtyard garden overlooking the vines. Platters featuring local produce available.

Port Pirie National Trust Museum, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Port Pirie National Trust Museum

73-77 Ellen Street, Port Pirie, South Australia, 5540
Email: portpirient@westnet.com.au
9001857 Phone Number: 61 08 8632 2095

The Port Pirie National Trust Museum incorporates: the old Customs House which was opened in 1882 to cater for the increased shipping in the harbour; the Railway Station building completed in 1902, a fine example of Victorian Pavilion style architecture, which served as a railway station until 1967; and the former Central Police Station, built 1892. The buildings are now owned by the National Trust and house exhibitions of local history. Displays include: recreated room settings set at about 1900; Port Pirie's largest industry the Pasminco Smelter, formerly BHAS with details of products made and models; railway and shipping history; narrow gauge shunting engine 'Port Pirie'; and a time-line development of Port Pirie.

Rookery Wines,  Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Rookery Wines

Emu Ridge Eucalyptus And Craft Gallery, Willsons Road, Macgillivray, South Australia, 5223
Email: rookerywines@bigpond.com
Website: www.rookerywines.com.au
9128139 Phone Number: 61 08 8553 9099
Fax Number: 61 08 8553 9201

Rookery Wines is a boutique winery located in the pristine conditions of Kangaroo Island with the vineyard being planted in 1986. The climate of Kangaroo Island is heavily influenced by the surrounding ocean which means there is less temperature variation in summer, ensuing ideal grape ripening conditions. Rookery Wines is owned and run by Garry and Gael Lovering. Garry's family have lived on Kangaroo Island for three generations, farming high quality beef cattle and lambs. Garry and Gael are now also producing their own boutique medal winning wines. The fruit is all hand selected and picked, ensuring that only the best quality fruit reaches the bottle at Rookery Wines. Vines from Kangaroo Island produce low – yielding fruit, ensuring the wines have rich flavoursome characteristics. Cellar door tastings and sales of Rookery Wines are available at Emu Ridge Eucalyptus And Craft Gallery.

Clare Valley, South Australia

Inchiquin Lake

White Hutt Road, Clare, South Australia, 5453
9001497 Phone Number: 61 08 8842 2700
Fax Number: 61 08 8842 3624

Inchiquin Lake is Clare's main storm water storage facility, an ideal spot for a picnic with open space recreation area, walking trails, BMX track, play equipment, fishing, extensive lawns and trees. The Clare Valley itself represents an authentic slice of country life. Whether you're walking through its intimate villages, cycling the Riesling Trail, or exploring the country roads and bushland, you can't help but fall for the region's natural charms. When you sample the local produce at a farmhouse tasting room, you may find yourself talking to the person whose name is on the label. And when you try a Riesling at one of the region's award-winning wineries, you might just find yourself chatting to the winemaker and hearing firsthand about the meticulous craft that went into making it.