Museum in Goldfields & Grampians

Goldfields Historical Museum

The world’s largest alluvial nugget, the 72kg Welcome Stranger, was found in Moliagul in 1869 by John Deason and Richard Oates, who hid it for two days before concealing it in a wagon and taking it to DunollyGoldfie…
Winery in Gippsland & Wilsons Promontory

Wild Dog Winery

The excellent Wild Dog Winery is one of Gippsland’s first wineries. It produces a great range of wines, all grown and bottled on its 30 acres, and has fabulous views across the Strzeleckis.
in New South Wales

Australian Reptile Park

Thirteen kilometres west of Gosford you can get acquainted with lizards, snakes and crocodiles at the Australian Reptile Park, and less toothy beasts such as koalas, platypuses and kangaroos.
in New England

Mccrossin’s Mill Museum

This meseum is where you can view Captain Thunderbolt’s muzzle loader and revolver and learn about the evolution of the cricket bat.
in Central West

Wellington Caves & Phosphate Mine

The Wellington Caves & Phosphate Mine was discovered in 1830 by a colonist, George Ranken, when he accidentally fell into one of the caves. These exquisite and unusual formations, subterranean waters, marsupial …
in Victoria

Werribee Park Mansion

Werribee Park Mansion is surrounded by beautiful formal gardens, with picnic areas. Audio headphones re-create the 1870s soundscape, when the Italianate mansion was built.
in Victoria

Victoria State Rose Garden

The Victoria State Rose Garden which is adjacent to the Werribee Park Mansion, has more than 5500 rose bushes arranged in the shape of a giant Tudor rose.
in Victoria

Organ Pipes National Park

OrganPipesNational Park has some impressive vertical basalt columns that form a natural outdoor amphitheatre.
Gardens in Devonport & The Northwest

Allendale Gardens & Rainforest

The Allendale Gardens & Rainforest is signposted off Blanche Rd (which is off the B22), 12km south of Smithton towards Edith Creek. There are 6.5 acres of bird-filled gardens and 26 hectares of old temperate rai…
Gallery in The Kimberley

Warmun Arts

Between Kununurra and Halls Creek, Warmun artists create abstract works using ochres to explore Gija identity. Phone first from Warmun Roadhouse for a verbal permit.