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Bells Parade Reserve

Bells Parade Reserve

Bells Parade, Latrobe, Tasmania, 7307
Email: tourism@latrobe.tas.gov.au
9039012 Phone Number: 61 03 6421 4699
Fax Number: 61 03 6426 2489

Picturesque Bell's Parade is situated on the Latrobe inlet of the Mersey River. It is named after Robert Bell, who with his half brother Henry Bentinck constructed a wharf and a store on the site in 1855. From the 1880's it was the main port on the river, becoming northern Tasmania's second major trading port for a period. Old English trees abound along the Parade adding natural splendour to the tranquillity and with barbecue facilities available it makes an ideal location for a picnic. It is also a popular spot during the warmer months for wedding ceremonies and photo opportunities. In 1988 as a Bi-Centenary Project, Bell's Parade was extensively restored and beautified through community efforts, with significant contributions from Latrobe Service Clubs and local pioneer families. The history is beautifully depicted on sculptures by Tasmanian artist Stephen Walker, and located at Bell's Parade in an area known as 'Settlers Wharf'. The 'Henley-On-The-Mersey' carnival is held at Bell's Parade annually on Australia Day, 26 January and has been a major social and sporting event for in excess of 85 years.

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.

Logan River Parklands

Logan River Parklands

Blackbird Street, Beenleigh, Queensland, 4207
Email: council@logan.qld.gov.au
Website: www.logan.qld.gov.au
9174138 Phone Number: 61 07 3412 3412

Launch your tinnie from the boat ramp or just throw in a line from the pontoon and fish the river at Logan River Parklands. Then cook your catch on one of the barbies by the river while the kids play. If you've got energy left, you can tackle the park's fitness equipment, or just kick back and enjoy the open space beside the Logan River.

Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Corner Kirkwood Road and Duffy Street, South Tweed Heads, New South Wales, 2486
Email: minjungbal@shopsafe.com.au
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/tweed-heads-historic-site/minjungbal-aboriginal-cultural-centre/tourist-information
9082436 Phone Number: 61 07 5524 2109
Fax Number: 61 07 5523 1411

The Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre at South Tweed Heads is located within the Tweed Heads historic site, which adjoins the Ukerebagh Nature Reserve. Their aim is to preserve and protect the significant cultural heritage of the area and to provide a facility for all people to explore and enjoy the beauty of the native coastal bushland environment. Learn from the detailed exhibits and videos in the centre's museum, how the Aboriginals lived in what was virtually a paradise. Explore the natural surroundings and see an authentic bora ring - a sacred ceremonial site. Have a picnic or barbecue lunch and relax in the tranquil and beautiful bush setting. Cooking facilities and light refreshments are available. Authentic Australian Aboriginal artefacts such as boomerangs, didgeridoos and bark paintings are on sale.

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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 a small village fifteen minutes drive south west of Sheffield (15 kilometres/nine miles) and 40 minutes south west of Devonport (40 kilometres/25 miles). Tasmazia has a total of eight mazes. You can lose yourself in the Great Maze - reputedly the world's largest botanical maze - the Hampton Court maze, a balance maze, the yellow brick road maze, 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. You can also visit Tasmazia’s Honey Boutique and taste natural, liqueur and fruit-flavoured honeys, or indulge yourself in the Pancake Parlour. Browse through the gift shop for locally made crafts, clothing and produce, many exclusive to Tasmazia. Tasmazia has been devised and built on a former dairy farm, which was later converted to lavender. The property remains a working lavender farm of 20,000 shrubs, 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.

Cedar Creek Falls, Airlie Beach, The Whitsundays

Cedar Creek Falls

Conway Road, Proserpine, Queensland, 4800
Email: info@wmdl.com.au
Website: www.tourismwhitsundays.com.au
9121926 Phone Number: 61 07 4945 3967

Located approximately 20 kilometres from Proserpine on Saltwater Creek Road, off Conway Beach Road is the picturesque Cedar Creek Falls. These waterfalls are spectacular in the wet season and offer a year-round natural swimming pool at the base of the falls. They are set in a natural rock amphitheatre. The flora and fauna will amaze you, particularly the strangler figs, red and white cedars and wild orchids. There are also bush walks up and around the falls. Majestic Alexandra Palms line the creek as it continues its journey to the ocean. Please note that jumping or diving off the waterfall is dangerous and strictly prohibited.

Didgeridoo Hut and Art Gallery, Darwin Area, Northern Territory, Australia

Didgeridoo Hut and Art Gallery

1 Arnhem Highway, Humpty Doo, Northern Territory, 0836
Email: info@didgeridoohut.com.au
Website: www.didgeridoohut.com.au
9000719 Phone Number: 61 08 8988 4457
Fax Number: 61 08 8988 9659

Didgeridoo Hut and Art Gallery, in Humpty Doo (only 30 minutes from the city), is owned and operated by Aboriginal people. Authentic art is produced by artists who are part of the owner’s extended family, who stay onsite while they are working. A majority of the artists are from Kakadu and Arnhem Land. Visitors can watch the artists at work and discuss their art and culture. The Northern Territory art styles range from the Arnhem Land ‘Raark’, the Desert ‘dot’, to the Tiwi Islands and Saltwater regions. They stock not only aboriginal art but craft as well, including woven baskets and dillybags made from natural fibres and dyes from various roots, berries and bark. Some non-indigenous local art and craftspeople are also promoted by the gallery.

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).

Tasmanian Trail

Tasmanian Trail

Ferry Terminal, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310
Website: www.tasmaniantrail.com.au
9037046 Phone Number: 61 03 6229 9666

The Tasmanian Trail is a long distance (480 kilometres) multi-purpose recreational trail extending from Devonport on the northern coast to Dover in the south. The Trail passes through a wide range of environments including some of the most beautiful and facinating areas of Tasmania. The Tasmanian Trail provides a journey rich in cultural and natural history. The Tasmanian Trail guidebook gives walkers, mountain bike riders and horse riders all the information required to travel all or part of the Trail.

Ulverstone History Museum
T-QUAL Accredited

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.