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  • HINKLER HALL OF AVIATION - Bundaberg, Queensland

    The Hinkler Hall of Aviation is Bundaberg's iconic tourist attraction and aviation adventure experience. More than a museum, the Hinkler Hall of Aviation celebrates pioneer solo aviator Bert Hinkler and the wonders of innovation, spirit and adventure. Comprising a soaring exhibition hall, featuring various multi-media exhibits, a flight simulator, the...

  • Adventure Catamaran Dive and Sail - Wings Diving

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    07 4948 2037
    Shingley Drive

    Wings Diving Adventures offers you a combination of diving, sailing and speed around the Whitsunday Islands or outer Great Barrier Reef. Their modern catamaran allows stable sailing and easy movement around the decks for sunbathing, on-board diving, relaxing and socialising while on board. Experience the two or three night sail...

  • Healesville Sanctuary

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    03 5957 2800
    Badger Creek Rd

    Healesville Sanctuary, in the heart of the Yarra Valley, is world-renowned as the best place to see Australian wildlife in their natural habitat. The Sanctuary is 30 hectares or 70 acres of bushland offers a distinctly Australian setting for visitors to experience unique close-up encounters with some of Australia's unique...

  • HINKLER HALL OF AVIATION - Bundaberg, Queensland

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    07 4130 4400
    6 Mount Perry Road, Bundaberg North

    The Hinkler Hall of Aviation is Bundaberg's iconic tourist attraction and aviation adventure experience. More than a museum, the Hinkler Hall of Aviation celebrates pioneer solo aviator Bert Hinkler and the wonders of innovation, spirit and adventure. Comprising a soaring exhibition hall, featuring various multi-media exhibits, a flight simulator, the...

  • MELBOURNE RIVER CRUISE - Melbourne, Victoria

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    03 8610 2600
    Southbank Promenade

    No visit to Melbourne would be complete without an award-winning cruise on the Yarra River with Melbourne River Cruises. Enjoy fantastic views, informative commentary and complimentary tea and coffee in the comfort of a river cruiser. Choose from the 'River Gardens' up or the 'Port & Docklands' down the beautiful,...


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    Esplanade Road, Sorrento, Victoria

    Join the award winning team at Moonraker Dolphin Swims as they take you on a snorkelling experience like no other. Snorkel with resident Bottlenose Dolphins, swim alongside cheeky Australian Fur Seals, explore underwater marine parks filled with colourful fish and sea dragons. Or, embark on a private luxury adventure, where...

  • THE BUNDABERG BARREL - Bundaberg, Queensland

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    07 4154 5480
    147 Bargara Road

    Next time you're in the Bundaberg area, add a little interest to your trip with a visit to The Bundaberg Barrel. From the unique spilled ginger beer flooring to bubbles in the entrance door of the tour, the barrel showcases Bundaberg Brewed Drink's most famous product - Bundaberg Ginger Beer.


  • 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers History Room

    The museum is located in the historic Gaza Training Depot, corner of Mann and Allingham streets, Armidale. Its mission is to commemorate the heritage of the 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers and the military history of the Hunter and New England regions, with particular reference to the Light Horse and Royal...

  • 14th Annual Big Scrub Rainforest Day 2012

    *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** Big Scrub Rainforest Day is Australia's largest annual Landcare information and education event. With all major regional Landcare groups, practitioners and businesses attending, Big Scrub Rainforest Day provides the opportunity to gain information about rainforests and their restoration from Australia's...

  • 150th Meridian

    Located one kilometre east of Moura on the Dawson Highway, the 150th Meridian marker shows the position of the imaginary line (150 °E) on which Queensland (Eastern Standard) time is based. At the time of the equinox, a day is exactly 12 hours long anywhere on the Meridian line. The...

  • 15th Winter Miracles Orchid show

    The Yarra Valley Orchid Society Plant & Orchid Fair features a variety of Orchids grown by orchid enthusiasts from clubs located in Victoria. Orchids & plant collectables are available for purchase from the vendors present, including Australian Native & exotic Orchids, Clivias, ferns, bromeliads & plant collectables. Refreshments are available...

  • 19th Century Portable Iron Houses

    19th Century Portable Iron Houses are the three houses which provide an insight into life in 'Emerald Hill', now known as South Melbourne, during the gold rush years. These remarkable examples of early property development are among the few prefabricated iron buildings remaining in the world. A DVD and interpretive...

  • 1 On Park - Art Gallery

    1 on Park Art Gallery overlooks the surf at Park Beach in southern Tasmania. Enjoy views from the sandstone terrace with an organic coffee or tea amidst mosaic sculptures in the garden. The gallery is a large Spanish style building, showcasing local artisans. There are monthly exhibitions specialising in painting,...

  • 2013 Business Summit

    *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Business Summit is designed to deliver to all business sizes and industries - from retail to real estate, marketing to manufacturing, professional services to primary producers. Delegates will meet...

  • 24at - Bribie Island Fun Hire and Adventure Tours

    Experience the scenic beauty of Bribie Island from a different perspective. A boutique adventure company specialising in providing Bribie Island's only guided Kayak tours and self guided Tandem Bike tours. They also have Kayaks, Paddleboards and Bikes available for hire. Only one hour's drive north of Brisbane's Central Business District...

  • 28 Gates

    28 Gates is a little piece of boutique, luxury accommodation in Tasmania's beautiful Derwent Valley. Just a one hour drive west of Hobart, it is located on historic "Bloomfield", a sixth generation, family owned grazing property. At 28 Gates the quality accommodation over two floors sleeps up to six people,...

  • 41 Degrees South Salmon Farm and Ginseng Farm

    41 Degrees South is a fish farm, wetland and ginseng plantation near Deloraine, northwest Tasmania. 41 Degrees South is a family-owned business focusing on ecologically sustainable aquaculture. Located in native bushland, the farm grows salmon in natural conditions, without chemicals or antibiotics, using environmentally sustainable practices. 41 Degrees South also...

  • 4 Pines Brewing Company

    4 Pines Brewing Company is known for award winning beers along with a seasonal menu featuring beer friendly food. With beer being brewed most days there is always entertainment to see. Plus with a brewery tour available 12.30pm Monday to Friday for AUD25.00 offering a tour hosted by a qualified...

  • 517 on Sherrard

    517 on Sherrard is a collection of contemporary townhouses close to the Ballarat CBD. They're well-appointed and equipped with everything to make your stay comfortable. The rooms are perfect for couples, families and corporate guests. Our facilities include: - HD LCD TV and DVD - Bathroom, including separate bath and...

  • 7 Oaks Sapphire Fossicking

    7 Oaks Fossicking Property is a family operated private venue and has been producing sapphires since the 1960s. Located on Frazer Creek, 20 kilometres from Inverell, visitors are welcome to fossick at the facilities set up, or you can go and seek along the creeks and gullies. The wash tubs...

  • AAADA Sydney Antiques Fair 2013

    *** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** Visitors will be able to access the most diverse range of antiques, plus decorative and fine arts in Sydney, in the one place, at the one time. With exhibitors coming from all states of Australia they will bring the very...

  • A and K Hannaford trading as Hannaford Stud

    Alan Hannaford, Instructor at Equitana 2008 and 2011. Hannaford Stud has both an Indoor and Outdoor Arena to facilitate your lessons. Alan believes that riding skills are best taught initially in a one on one situation to allow him to address the individual's needs and concerns. Any special requirements can...

  • Abbey of the Roses Morning Tea and Tour

    Country House Manor - Abbey of the Roses is a heritage listed 123 year old Victorian sandstone building in South East Queensland. The Abbey of the Roses will open their doors to the general public for a Morning Tea and Tour on selected dates. Enjoy a self serve morning tea...

  • ABC Cheese Factory

    The ABC Cheese Factory, home of Tilba Club cheese is located in the heritage village of Central Tilba, was established in 1891 and was the first cheese co-operative in New South Wales. Tilba Club Cheese is still waxed at the ABC Cheese Factory and is sold exclusively through their shop....

  • Abell Point Marina

    Explore the wonder of the Whitsundays from the redeveloped Abell Point Marina. Uniquely located at the Gateway to the Whitsundays, one of Australia's most prestigious and world-renowned tourism destinations. With direct access to the Whitsundays 74 Islands, Abell Point Marina is located in Airlie Beach, North Queensland, 30 minutes from...

  • Abercrombie House

    Abercrombie House, a heritage treasure of the region and private home of the Morgan family, is open on many days during the year for guided tours and self-guided tours. The heritage experience includes the 50 room Scottish-baronial mansion of the 1870s; exhibitions, displays, collections, grounds and gardens, outbuildings and property...

  • A Big Sunday

    An event that celebrates Fair Food week, Sustainable August and University Open day. Our Seed bank will be open for donations and withdrawals. The event is support by Urban Farming Tasmania, University of Tasmania and NR Tamar. There will be free workshops in seed preparation and gardening in small spaces....

  • Aboriginal Blue Mountains Walkabout

    This multi award winning Aboriginal walkabout adventure in the Blue Mountains will provide you with ancient wisdom to enrich your life and a deep connection to country and culture! Live for a day, a happy, creative, ceremonial and spiritual life like it was for the local Darug language group before...

  • Aboriginal Cultural Concepts

    Aboriginal Cultural Concepts is run by Lois Cook. She a Traditional Owner of Nyangbul country in the Bundjalung Nation eastern Australia. Nyangbul lands cover from Brunswick Heads in the north, through Byron Bay and Ballina, Wardell and Cabbage Tree Island on the Richmond River in the south. They call Byron...

  • Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery

    Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery in the heart of Gold Creek Village is a must-see destination for Aboriginal art collectors. Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery has been bringing Aboriginal art to Canberra for 25 years. See an extensive collection of Aboriginal art from remote Aboriginal art regions. A feature of the Gallery's collection is...

  • Aboriginal Heritage Museum

    The Aboriginal Heritage Office offers free entry and a tour of the museum with an Aboriginal Heritage Officer if requested. The Museum holds a vast collection of Aboriginal artefacts along with historical European items such as ship replicas and uniforms, working displays and interactive models. There is a collection of...

  • Aboriginal Heritage Tour

    Join Aboriginal horticulturist Brenden Moore as he takes you on a 1.5 hour botanic journey through the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden exploring Indigenous uses of plants for food, medicine and tools. Includes a didgeridoo performance. Meet Brenden at the Sundial outside the Visitor Centre. Places are limited so bookings are...

  • Aboriginal Heritage Tour Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah

    Join an Aboriginal horticulturalist on an Aboriginal Heritage Tour through the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah. The one and a half hour walking tour takes visitors around the Garden highlighting plants that were traditionally used by Aboriginal people for food, medicine or tools. The tour concludes with a didgeridoo...

  • A chat with Andrew Holman, Editor of The Mercury

    Newspaper editors make daily decisions that affect public attitudes positively and negatively. Andrew Holman has been involved in print media for over 30 years, from being a cub reporter on Kangaroo Island in South Australia to Sports Editor then Deputy Editor of Adelaide’s The Advertiser, to Editor at the Cairns...

  • A Cruise for Couples - Whitsundays Sailing Adventures

    A Cruise for Couples - Whitsundays Sailing Adventures is dedicated to offering you world class, quality live aboard sailing adventures in the spectacular Whitsunday Islands of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Their vessels are all Owner Operated resulting in a focus on vessel and crew standards, fantastic food, personalised...

  • Activity Tours Australia

    Activity Tours Australia is a small family owned company that has been offering great value and fun day tours out of Sydney to the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley wine region since the late 1990s. You will love the action-packed day tours from the heart of Sydney to the Blue...

  • Acton Walkways

    Acton Walkways promotes the many rich layers of Acton, a suburb in the heart of the Australian Capital. Acton's history dates back to the early traditional custodians of the Canberra region. Following the arrival of Commonwealth surveyors in 1909, Acton Settlement became Canberra's first suburb. It remained the administrative and...

  • Adelaide Biplanes

    Based at the scenic and charming Aldinga Airfield, Adelaide Biplanes is all about delivering some of the most awesome flying experiences it's possible to imagine. From the joy and sheer romance of a gentle WACO biplane flight at 1,000 feet, along the scenic Adelaide south coast, with a delicious sunset...

  • Adelaide Central Gallery

    Adelaide Central Gallery began in 1987 as an artist-run exhibition space and has evolved into one of Adelaide's most prominent contemporary non-profit galleries. Monthly changing exhibitions includes both emerging and established artists working in a wide range of media, including painting, drawing, prints, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass, video and multimedia....

  • Adelaide Central Market Tour

    Take a sensory and interactive gourmet walking tour with a local food expert, through the Adelaide Central Market. The Central Market is the largest fresh produce market in the Southern Hemisphere and a window into the South Australian Food Industry. There is no other market like this in Australia. Artisan...

  • Adelaide Festival 2014

    Held annually in the warm South Australian autumn, the Adelaide Festival is Australia's largest multi-arts festival. With a focus on the contemporary, each Adelaide Festival program features the best in opera, theatre, dance, music, literature and the visual arts. A purpose-built late night club hosts nightly events, including performers and...

  • Adelaide Gaol Historic Site and Museum

    The Adelaide Gaol was a working prison between 1841 and 1988. It is now a museum, which tells the Gaol's 147 year history in displays, exhibitions and tours. Displays include the story of Elizabeth Woolcock, the only woman to be hanged in South Australia and Sister Mary MacKillop, a regular...

  • Adelaide Hills Farmers Market

    The Adelaide Hills Farmers Market is a market where consumers purchase produce direct from the farmer and products direct from the maker. The aim of the market is to promote, develop and support primary producers in the Adelaide Hills region, assist the development of emerging primary producers and value adders...

  • Adelaide Hills "Hand-crushed" Wine Trail

    Discover the Adelaide Hills' most unique and intimate wineries and cellar doors in Australia's most beautiful and vibrant wine region. Take the breathtaking climb from Adelaide. In just 20 minutes from the city centre, you are here and feeling it. Use all of your senses to get in touch with...

  • Adelaide House Museum

    Journey to the heart of Alice Springs and be inspired by Rev John Flynn’s historic vision for the bush. Designed by Flynn, Adelaide House is one of the earliest buildings in Alice Springs, built in 1920 by the Australian Inland Mission. As you step into the cool interior of this...

  • Adelaide Photography Tours

    Adelaide Photography Tours take you through the city streets with a professional photographer. You will visit the best spots and take the best shots. Learn how to creatively use your own digital camera and tell your travel story of Adelaide. Take on a set of challenges and become a better...

  • Adelaide's Haunted Horizons Ghost Tours

    The scariest and most real experience you will find in South Australia. Adelaide's Haunted Horizons Ghost Tours offer a range of scary tours. Join a ghost tour with a difference, where they proudly keep it very real. With no gimmicks, over-acting or dress ups, you can be assured that should...

  • Adelaide Tandem Skydiving

    Adelaide Tandem Skydiving - Tandem Skydive at our regular Drop Zone at Lower Light. We are the closest Drop Zone to Adelaide and overlook the magnificent Gulf of St Vincent. After taking off from our purpose built Drop Zone, you can see the beautiful Gulf, and as you get higher,...

  • Adore Tea Gold Creek

    Adore Tea Gold Creek caters for all things tea. Stop in for morning or afternoon tea and try some of their appetising tea-infused treats. Book ahead for Saturday High Tea. The combination of renowned tea selections, their decadent tea-infused menu and great service makes High Tea with Adore Tea an...

  • Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive

    Adrenalin Snorkel and Dive is Townsville's longest established dive training and marine tourism operator. They specialise in providing snorkelling and diving trips as well as training of divers as part of a full dive service. Adrenalin Dive strives to exceed their guests' expectation in all aspects of their business. Join...

  • Adventure Catamaran and Sail - Explore Whitsundays

    The original Whitsunday Cruise, Dive and Sail Company, starting in 1985 - with Southern Cross Sailing Adventures. Today Prosail, Whitsunday Catamarans, Australian Tallships and Eureka Sailing specialise in overnight sailing holidays. Sail and dive the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park on a fully crewed sailing holiday. Choose...

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