Attractions & Entertainment

Organ Pipes, Organ Pipes national park | Sunbury

Located close to Melbourne, Organ Pipes National Park draws many visitors throughout the year. A set of basalt columns as straight and regular as organ pipes is the central feature of this 121 ha Park in the Keilor plains. Yellow sandstones 200 metres downstream from the 'organ pipes' have fossils dating from 400 million years ago. 400 metres upstream from the 'organ pipes' are Rosette Rocks - a...

Peterborough & Burra Attractions | Burra

Ghost towns and crumbling farm buildings stand as testaments to the brave and foolhardy who attempted to farm this buffer zone between the south-east and the arid northern lands that characterise this region. Peterborough and Burra are the principal towns. The main railway line from Broken Hill to Adelaide passes through these towns as well as the Heysen Trail that skirts the eastern side of Bur...

Petersham RSL Club | Newtown

Petersham RSL Club plays host to major touring acts, DJs and comedians. The level one lounge provides free entertainment 7 days a week with a crowd capacity of 200. Ticketed entertainment is available on level two with a crowd capacity of 380. Both levels are fully licensed. The club caters for private functions.

Point Lonsdale (1902) - Queenscliff | Queenscliff

Point Lonsdale marks the western entrance of the narrow channel into Port Phillip Bay. The present Point Lonsdale Lighthouse was built in concrete in 1902 to replace an earlier wooden structure erected in 1863.

Point Quobba (1950) - Shark Bay, Carnarvon. | Carnarvon

Point Quobba Lighthouse marks the entrance to Geographe Channel and Shark Bay. The lighthouse is of modern concrete construction built along classical lines.

Point Stephens (1862) - Fingal Bay | Fingal Bay

Port Stephens Lighthouse was designed by colonial architect Alexander Dawson and constructed from Hawkesbury River sandstone. The light source was converted to mains power in 1973.

Port Malcolm (1878) – Lake Alexandrina | Lake Alexandrina

Point Malcolm Lighthouse is the only inland lighthouse in Australia and was built to assist ships passing through Lake Alexandrina on their way to Lake Albert or the Murray River.

Port Pirie & Clare Attractions | Clare

Clare is the principal town of this region nestled in the Clare Valley and known as the ‘Valley of the Vine.’ Clare is surrounded by gentle rolling hills and dotted with orderly lines of vineyards. Established in the middle of 19th century, of the 35 wineries now operating, several of the oldest are still based at Clare. The town has become famous for its gourmet weekend celebrated each year...

Port Stephens & Great Lakes Attractions | Port Stephens

Hallidays Point marks the northern extremity of this region that stretches down the coast as far as Tomago. The region includes four beautiful lakes – Wallace Lake, Smiths Lake, Myall Lakes and Broadwater. Further south is the magnificent inland sea of Port Stephens. Nelson Bay is the principal town of the region. Lesser known towns include Williamtown, Boat Harbour, Karuah, Tea Gardens, Bulah...

Prahran market, 163 Commercial Road | South Yarra

Prahran Market, the oldest continuously running market in Australia. Known as "the food lovers market" because of the quality and range of our food Prahran Market is known as as the best food in Melbourne at all price points. For those looking for a special item, Prahran Market is the place to find those hard to get specialties including heritage varieties of fruit and veg. For those looking for...

Princes Park and Mulgrave Battery, Hobart | Hobart

Prince's Park was laid out on the site of the first military battery erected in Tasmania. On the water side is the entrance to the tunnels which once formed a part of the magazine of the battery. These tunnels are constructed of solid stone and extend beneath the ground in various directions for two to three hundred yards. Some of the passages have been walled up, but at one time it was possible t...

Princess Theatre, 163 Spring Street | Melbourne

The Princess Theatre is the second building on the present site. In 1857, the amphitheatre was renovated and the facade extended, then re-opening as the Princess Theatre and Opera House. The theatre re-opened, again, on 18 December 1886, with a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado. The marble staircase and foyer was hailed as equal to that of the Paris Opera, the Frankfurt Stadt and ...

Queen Victoria Museum, Royal Park | Hobart

The most interesting exhibits in the Queen Victoria Museum are the Beattie Collection of Historic Relics, and a collection of Tasmanian native implements. The Beattie Collection contains items relating to the early penal settlement at Port Arthur such as: domestic utensils, furniture, and specimens of convict handicrafts; china, pewter, and brassware used by the early Governors of the colony and e...

Queen's Domain, Hobart | Hobart

Queen's Domain extends along the shore of the Derwent River to the north-east of the city and covers an area of 640 acres. The Domain is the largest public reserve in Hobart. The main entrance is near the foot of Liverpool Street within ten minutes' walk of the business portion of the city. In the eastern corner of the Domain and plainly visible from the higher points of the city is the War Memo...

Redcliffe & Caboolture Attractions | Redcliffe

This region takes its name from the town Redcliffe first sited by Matthew Flinders in 1799. He noted the “red cliffs” in his journal, an entry that provided the town with its name.

Renmark & Riverland Attractions | Renmark

Renmark and Berri are the principal towns of Riverland region. Lesser known towns include Loxton, Paringa, Barmera, Kingston – Murray, Blanchetown, Swan Reach and Purnong. To the north the region is bordered by Danggali Conservation Park and Chowilla Regional Reserve. Danggali is a vast and isolated park adjacent to the New South Wales border and typical of the semi-arid Mallee country found i...

Salsa at Docks Restaurant, Darling Harbour | Sydney


Salsa at the Pumphouse | Sydney

Salsa at the Pumphouse Bar, Sydney's leading salsa dancing Monday night venue, usually every night, with Club (9-1am) & Classes (6-9pm) Performances, DJ MAMBO-G. The Pumphouse Bar is located in Darling Harbour next door to (just to the north of) the Sydney Entertainment Centre, and a little to the east of the Sydney Exhibition Centre. The Bar is only a few minutes walk from Chinatown, Cockle Bay ...

Sandy Cape (1870) - Fraser Island | Fraser Island

Sandy Cape Lighthouse situated on the northern end of Fraser Island is a magnificent pre-fabricated cast iron structure with the main entrance accessed through an external staircase to the first floor. In 1984 the light source was replaced with solar power.

Snowy, Cooma, Thredbo & Perisher Attractions | Cooma

Snowy Region comprises the four shires of Cooma-Monaro, Tumut, Tumbarumba and Snowy River. The region extends from the town of Tumut in the north to the Victorian and New South Wales border in the south. The town of Numeralla marks the eastern boundary. The western boundary is marked by the town of Tumbarumba Principal towns include Tumut, Adelong, Wee Jasper, on the route of the Hume & Hovell wa...