ADELONG FALLS ADELONG NSW A great destination in the Tumut Region is the state listed heritage industrial site the Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins. The heritage gateway to the Snowy Mountains; it is one of the most important historic sites that identifies the discovery of gold in southern NSW and is a unique site that forms part of intensive gold mining landscape 1.5kms from Adelong.VISITORS FACILITIESWhilst entry to the site is free, donations are both welcome and encouraged The viewing platform is located near the two car parks - bring the camera! Disability access and bus park is provided in the lower car park The visitors area is equipped with picnic shelters and public toilets There are no facilities on site to purchase food or beverages, so be sure to stock up in Adelong before arriving at the Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins site
ADELONG RIVER ADELONG NSW Nestled on the bank of the Adelong Creek, Adelong is a town of some 900 residents. The main street is classified by the National Heritage Trust of Australia (NSW) with some buildings dating back to the gold rush. Adelong is the town that services the heritage listed site the Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins.The name 'Adelong', believed to be derived from the local Aboriginal dialect and meaning 'along the way', was said to have been adopted from Adelong Station which stretched from Tumbalong on the Hume Highway to Batlow.Facilities in AdelongAdelong offers visitors the following facilitiesSupermarket Bank/ATM Swimming Pool Golf Course Bowling Club Tennis Courts Skate Park
FRANKLIN RIVER TASMANIA The Franklin is one of the best known of the many rivers that run through the Wild Rivers National Park. This walk along the banks of the Franklin and through an example of the cool temperate rainforest that is widespread throughout the park will give you an idea of the beauty that lies within the heart of this wild river wilderness. Along the walk you will find interpretation signs that detail some of the many values of this magnificent region.The Battle to Save the Franklin The Franklin was at the heart of the largest conservation battles in Australian history when environmentalists fought to save the river from being dammed. The issue dominated Tasmanian politics throughout the late 70s and early 80s and caused great rifts between those who supported the construction of the dam and those who sought the preservation of the wilderness values of the region.
ECHUCA VICTORIA Echuca has a long and proud tradition of building and restoring paddlesteamers, with more than 100 paddlesteamers having been built here since the 1800s.Today, Echuca Paddlesteamers offers the experience of being close to the mighty Murray River aboard our fleet of steam-driven paddlesteamers. Echuca’s heyday, from about 1860 to the early 1900’s, Echuca was a bustling, pioneering outpost. Paddlesteamers ferried people and goods from all through the Murray, Darling and Murrumbidgee River systems, to Echuca – the closet point to Melbourne on the Murray.The centre piece was the huge Redgum wharf, where in just one year (1872), more than 240 boats were cleared.
LAKE CARGELLIGO NEW SOUTH WALES Lake Cargelligo is an unexpected oasis in central NSW and its beauty and tranquillity has remained unspoilt and relatively undiscovered by the travelling public.It is a perfect place to stop stay and indulge in a range of wonderful water activities including skiing, sailing, fishing, jet skiing and swimming, you can also slow down and enjoy nature at its most tranquil - the natural birdlife flora and fauna.It’s also a thriving rural town offering every amenity for your assurance and comfort. Take time to stay with us for a while. Enjoy the best country hospitality and a holiday that is just a little bit out of the ordinary.
MCLAREN VALE SOUTH AUSTRALIA Only 45 minutes south of Adelaide in South Australia, McLaren Vale is home to sustainable winegrowing, world-class wines and culinary experiences, as well as pristine natural attractions and unparalleled tourism offerings.South Australia's viticultural origins began in McLaren Vale and our region's Mediterranean climate continues to drive our region's wine style and diverse food culture.
POKOLBIN HUNTER VALLEY NEW SOUTH WALES Enjoy visiting some of Australia’s best known wineries in Pokolbin, the heart of Australia’s oldest wine region. You’ll find elegant accommodation choices, award-winning restaurants and outdoor music events, including opera, jazz and rock.
CHARTERS TOWERS QUEENSLAND Take a step back in time and discover the enchanting town of Charters Towers, just an hour and half west of Townsville. Driving through the streets of Charters Towers is like viewing a living montage of Australian history and heritage.
STEWERTS CROSSING MARLOWE NEW SOUTH WALES Charleyong Crossing is a dog friendly, free, riverside camp ground. It is found about 26km north of Braidwood on Stewarts Crossing Road, just off Nerriga Road. It is completely unmaintained and no facilities are present at all. Fireplaces are constructed by previous campers.Camping here is completely free and horses and dogs are common with visitors and campers. Typically, the rather large camping area has only a few people there, even during high seasons. The ground is mostly sandy with occasional spatterings of long grass and the better tent spaces are further back from the river on flatter smoother ground.There is a large sandy area on the river bend which would be great for all sorts of sport activities and games, plus most of the river is quite shallow and safe for children.The campground requires 2.4km of driving on a dirt road, but it is well maintained and should be accessible in any type of vehicle.
VICTOR HARBOUR SA Victor Harbor is located 80 kilometres, just under an hours drive, due south of Adelaide, South Australia. Victor Harbor is one of the most popular coastal playgrounds in South Australia and has been a favourite holiday destination with families since the late 1800s. The town overlooks the beautiful Encounter Bay with a coastline featuring the huge rock outcrop of The Bluff and the very popular Granite Island.
WOODSIDE BEACH VICTORIAWoodside Beach Caravan Park is nestled in the dunes of Gippsland's magnificent Ninety Mile Beach. It is a dog friendly caravan & camping park and being located adjacent to the beach makes our park the perfect base for a fishing trip.Woodside Beach SLSC patrols the beach during the summer months right up to Easter.So if it's fishing, swimming, walking on the beach, or just plain doing nothing, this could be just the place you are looking for.
STEWERTS CROSSING MARLOWE NEW SOUTH WALESCharleyong Crossing is a dog friendly, free, riverside camp ground. It is found about 26km north of Braidwood on Stewarts Crossing Road, just off Nerriga Road. It is completely unmaintained and no facilities are present at all. Fireplaces are constructed by previous campers. Camping here is completely free and horses and dogs are common with visitors and campers. Typically, the rather large camping area has only a few people there, even during high seasons. The ground is mostly sandy with occasional spatterings of long grass and the better tent spaces are further back from the river on flatter smoother ground.There is a large sandy area on the river bend which would be great for all sorts of sport activities and games, plus most of the river is quite shallow and safe for children.The campground requires 2.4km of driving on a dirt road, but it is well maintained and should be accessible in any type of vehicle.
BEROWRA WATERS NEW SOUTH WALES Surrounded by one of Australia's oldest and best-known national parks - Ku-ring-gai Chase - Berowra is strategically located just off the F3 Freeway and is adjacent to the main northern railway line. With spectacular parks to the east, the Berowra Valley Regional Park to the west, and the mighty Hawkesbury River to the north, Berowra Waters is Sydney at its natural bushland and aquatic best.
LAKE BURLEY GRIFFIN CANBERRA ACTThe masterful centrepiece of Canberra, the large and lovely Lake Burley Griffin is an ideal water playground, whether you’re into rowing, sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding or fishing. Cyclists and walkers are well catered for along the 40km shoreline, and nothing beats a picnic in its numerous parks and gardens.For those seeking a more leisurely experience, take a cruise, catch a ferry, or simply enjoy the water views from one of the many lake-side cafes and restaurants.
CANTERBURY NEW ZEALAND Located in the middle of the South Island, Canterbury is easily accessible by air, land and sea.Within two hours of an international airport, you can ski, play golf, bungy jump, go whitewater rafting, mountain biking, wind surfing, whale watching, and visit world-class vineyards and gardens.
LAKE EILDON VICTORIALake Eildon is Victoria’s most popular inland waterway for Recreational Boating Activities. Recent Transport Safety Victoria report (2015) indicated that 58% of Recreational Boating happens on Port Phillip Bay & Coastal areas, leaving 42% for Inland Waters; 25% of this Boating Activity happens at Lake Eildon Lake Eildon has 515km of shoreline and stores when at full capacity six times as much water as Sydney Harbour.Lake Eildon National Park abuts a large percentage of the Lake providing habitat for wildlife including kangaroos , wombats and bird life.Surrounding Lake Eildon are options for Holiday Homes, Motels, Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Caravan Parks, Clubs, Camping and a substantial Houseboat Fleet.Lake Eildon is the only waterway in Victoria where houseboats are permitted. Currently there are Licences for around 750 Houseboats to be on Lake Eildon.
CAPE JARVIS SOUTH AUSTRALIA Cape Jervis is home to some of the best sea and country views to be found in South Australia with views overlooking Backstairs Passage and Kangaroo Island. Cape Jervis is the jumping off point for daily car and passenger ferry services to Kangaroo Island. It is a 45 minute journey that reveals the spectacular coastline of this part of the Fleurieu Peninsula. The Sealink ferry departs daily for the island.
HYAMS BEACH NEW SOUTH WALES Unwind and relax on the fine white sand of this spectacular stretch of Jervis Bay, on the NSW South Coast. Enjoy swimming and snorkelling in the crystal-clear waters and a picnic on the gorgeous beach. Choose from a delightful range of seaside cottages, beach houses and luxury homes.
JUGIONG NSW Jugiong is a village community on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, in the central east part of the Riverina. It is situated just off the Hume Highway, by road, about 30 kilometres southwest from Bookham and 40 kilometres northeast from Gundagai.
STONEY CREEK TRESTLE BRIDGE NOWA NOWA VICTORIA About 4.5 km west of Nowa Nowa is the spectacular Stony Creek Trestle Bridge, built in the early 1900s and measuring 276m long and 19m high. Due to its poor condition the bridge itself is fenced off, and trail users must travel down and up the steep slopes of the Stony Creek valley to reach the far side. A carpark, toilet and picnic facilities are available at this location. The trestle bridge is the largest wooden trestle bridge in the southern hemisphere. Follow the signs off the main highway
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