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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.

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.

Allport Library and Museum Of Fine Arts

Allport Library and Museum Of Fine Arts

91 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000
Email: linc@education.tas.gov.au
Website: www.linc.tas.gov.au/tasmaniasheritage/popular/allport
9036709 Phone Number: 61 03 6165 5584

The Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts is one of LINC Tasmania's Heritage Collections. It includes nationally significant holdings of Tasmanian colonial paintings. It also contains photographs, rare books, manuscripts and English and European decorative arts and furniture. The Allport family originally settled in Tasmania in 1831 and played a significant role in Tasmania's artistic, cultural and social development. Work by Mary Morton Allport (1806-1895), one of Australia's earliest notable female artists, features in the collection. Her son, Morton Allport (1830-1878), was a scientist, naturalist and one of Tasmania's earliest photographers, and her granddaughter, Curzona Frances Louise Allport (1860-1949) was also a painter. Cecil Allport (1858-1926) began the collection in 1899. He and his son Henry Allport (1890-1965) were historians, connoisseurs and collectors. Upon his death in 1965, Henry Allport bequeathed the entire collection to the people of Tasmania as a memorial to the Allport family.

Reabold Hill Summit Boardwalk, Bold Park, Floreat, Western Australia

Reabold Hill Summit Boardwalk, Bold Park

Reabold Hill Scenic Drive Carpark, via Oceanic Drive, Perth, Western Australia, 6015
Email: bold.park@bgpa.wa.gov.au
Website: www.trailswa.com.au
9133137 Phone Number: 61 08 9480 6000

Reabold Hill, located in Bold Park, City Beach, is the highest natural point on the Swan Coastal Plain in the metropolitan area, and at 85 metres it offers sweeping views over the Indian Ocean, Perth and beyond to the Darling Scarp with glimpses of the Swan River. The easy 200 metre Top Trail is accessible via Scenic Drive off Oceanic Drive. The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, which manages Bold Park, initiated the Reabold Hill Enhancement Project in 2002 to provide improved visitor facilities, public safety and access for all to the lookout. The elevated boardwalk, which is wheelchair accessible, immerses visitors in a bushland experience as they journey to the summit. Stretching over 200 metres, the boardwalk incorporates interpretive signs, seating, artwork inspired by life in a Tuart tree and 14 timber landings to take in the views. Restoration planting using local, indigenous plants enhances the existing flora which features banksias, wattles, quandongs and other limestone loving plants such as the Cockies Tongue. Please note that vehicle access to Reabold Hill is restricted to the following times: 1 April to 30 September from 7.00am to 6.00pm, and 1 October to 31 March from 6.00am to 8.00pm.

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.

11th green overlooking Pitwater

Tasmania Golf Club - The

Tasman Highway, Hobart, Tasmania, 7170
Email: golf@tasmaniagolfclub.com.au
Website: www.tasmaniagolfclub.com.au
9036333 Phone Number: 61 03 6248 5098
Fax Number: 61 03 6248 5658

The Tasmania Golf Club is an 18-hole course at Barilla Bay, east of Hobart. Tasmania Golf Club is close to Hobart airport, a 15-minute drive (20 kilometres/12 miles) from the city centre. With spectacular views over Barilla Bay, this championship course has many superb holes and undulating fairways lined with towering trees. Located on a promontory jutting into the Bay, the course is surrounded by water on three sides. You can enjoy a challenging round of golf here -including the third signature hole - a 527-metre par five which is considered one of the best par fives in Australia. The Tasmania Golf Club was established in 1971; the layout was designed by Al Howard and the course built by Ian Grimsey. Norman Von Nida once described it as the equal of any course in the world. You can relax with a drink or meal in the clubroom after your round. A club professional, practice facilities, driving range, trolley and golf cart hire are also available. Holes: 18, Par: Men 72, Ladies 74; Length: Men 6,212 metres, Ladies 5,532 metres; Australian Course Rating 83 (Australian Golf Digest 2014).

Beautiful Lawson Park

Lawson Park Mudgee

Corner Short and Church Street, Mudgee, New South Wales, 2850
Email: council@midwestern.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.midwestern.nsw.gov.au/
9215040 Phone Number: 61 02 6378 2850

Spend the day at beautiful Lawson Park in Mudgee showcasing a children's playground, free electric barbecues, tables and chairs and covered picnic areas. There are walking and cycle paths, so don't forget your bikes, Take a picnic and sit by the river, watch the children play, take some extra bread to feed the ducks.

Wooden barrels

McWilliams Wines Hanwood Estate

Jack McWilliam Road, Hanwood, New South Wales, 2680
Email: hanwoodcd@mcwilliamswines.com.au
Website: www.mcwilliamswines.com.au
9058534 Phone Number: 61 02 6963 3404
Fax Number: 61 02 6963 3444

Set in the midst of the unique Australian landscape is the McWilliam's Hanwood Estate Winery. Established in 1917, the winery stands today as a pillar of winemaking excellence dedicated to creating the very best wines. Designed by a member of the McWilliam Clan, Glen McWilliam, the Hanwood Barrel was completed in 1973 and built to the scale of a wine barrel, complete with staves and hoops. The barrel head has a striking mural painted on the glass and outside the door is a bronze statue of JJ McWilliam, a tribute from the company he founded over one hundred years ago. The friendly staff will ensure you will have a truly memorable wine tasting experience and guide you through a selection of their award-winning wines. The Hanwood Estate Cellar Door offers ample space for a nice picnic under the great Moreton Bay Fig tree and offers RV friendly parking.

Hangdog Climbing Gym

Hangdog Climbing Gym

130 Auburn Street, Wollongong, New South Wales, 2500
Website: www.hangdog.com.au/
9055755 Phone Number: 61 02 4225 8369
Fax Number: 61 02 4225 8991

Hangdog has over a 140 different climbs on 40 ropes, offering a great range of climbs from easy to extremely challenging. Hangdog teaches you how to belay (hold and control the rope) your partner safely in a few minutes at the beginning of your first visit. Gym features include: indoor caving; a wide range of climbing gear; coaching sessions for juniors and adults; one off entry charge valid for the whole day; introductory lesson is free with your entry charge; children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult to climb; free parking is also available. Hangdog also provides regular outdoor climbing days to Nowra and also offer groups abseiling off Mount Keira.

Port Stephens Shell Museum

Port Stephens Shell Museum

92 Sandy Point Road , Corlette, New South Wales, 2301
9187066 Phone Number: 61 02 4981 1428

Why not try something a little bit different which the whole family will enjoy? Pay a visit to the Shell Museum at Port Stephens a visit. Explore the fascinating displays of rare and lovely shells. There is also a range of lovely giftware for you to browse through. Don't forget to bring the kids, they'll love it!