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Reef and Rainforest Tandem Sky Dive in Cairns
"A tandem sky dive is the perfect introduction to sky diving and what better place to do it then the tropical paradise of Far North Queensland. Your highly trained instructor will give you a brief 15-minute safety and training session before you s000ft the drop zone is located between the reef and the rainforest for the best aerial views of Tropical North Queensland. Feel the exhilaration of a short freefall before the parachute is released and you float gently to the ground.Nestled between the the views over Cairns are nothing short of spectacular. To the north lies the ancient Daintree Rainforest to the west the Atherton Tablelands. The blue waters of the Coral Sea lie to the west with Great Barrier Reef islands including Green Island and Fitzroy Island visible just off the coast. There's no better way to see the natural beauty of the whole area in such a short time.Photos and videos of your sky dive are available to purch and roundtrip transport from Cairns hotels is included."
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"3infun Canberra Attraction Pass Including the Australian Institute of Sport
3infun Ticket"Whether you want to size yourself up against some of Australia’s elite athletes at the Australian Institute of Sport venture into the delightful miniature world of Cockington Green Gardens or try your hand at some of the 200 exhibits and experiences at Questacon 3infun is serious fun for all ages.The Australian Institute of Sport (The AIS)Australia's premier elite sports precinct. A place that cannot be found anywhere else in Australia. Throughout the year the AIS opens its doors to over 200000 visitors from Australia and overseas. Only minutes from Canberra's CBD with plenty of free car and coach parking
From AUD45.00
 
Australian Institute of Sport: The AIS Tour
"Visit one of Canberra’s most popular tourist attractions and go behind the scenes at Australia’s premier elite sporting precinct. These guided tours take you through our world class facilities where you might even catch some of Australia’s top athletes i virtual downhill skiing rock climbing football penalty shootouts and more. Best of all Sportex is included as part of every AIS tour.Try out a selection of interactive sports experiences. Test your accuracy speed and strength with our ball skills tester
From AUD19.00

More Things to Do in Wagga Wagga

St John's Evangelistic Anglican Church 1875

The Parish has been established for over 150 years. The four churches that make it up are very much a part of the local heritage and culture of Wagga Wagga.Located in, surprisingly, Church Street, it...
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Feb 01, 2012

Catholic Cathedral

There's a small hill in Wagga Wagga and, scattered around it, you'll find three churches of different demoninations here.Unusually, the Catholic Church is at the base of the hill.It's a gorgeous...
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Feb 01, 2012

Botanical Gardens

Located at the corner of Macleay St and Lord Baden Powell Drive, the Gardens feature a mini zoo, a free-flight aviary, themed plantings and miniature trains that operate for children and families on...
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Feb 01, 2012

The art gallery

This gallery is in the same complex as the glass and the council buildings. I found the collection to be very good and well displayed.There are also rotating displays that highlight various artists...
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Feb 01, 2012

National Art Glass Gallery

Fabulous, can't get enough of it and I've only been there twice. Specifically designed for such works with one wall of the two storey building entirely glass to let the light in, the pieces are thus...
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Feb 01, 2012

The Tichborne affair

Wagga Wagga received some attention in the Australia's media and in England when one Thomas Castro moved to the town in 1864 and claimed to be the missing Roger Tichborne, the heir of a Hampshire...
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Feb 01, 2012
 
 
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Crestwood Lavender Farm (Wantiool)

If you have your own transport and have a few hours to spare, go up to the Crestwood Lavender Farm in Junee, approximately 40Km north of Wagga. The trip is 50 minutes from Wagga. Certainly worth your...
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Apr 04, 2011

Visitor Information Centre

If you need to find out extra information on anything in Wagga then you can visit, telephone or email the Visitor Information Centre.You can pick up a free map of Wagga at the Visitor Centre but they...
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Apr 04, 2011

Victory Memorial Gardens

The Victory Memorial Gardens are located on the banks of the Wollundry Lagoon in Wagga Wagga. This gardens is on 5 acres of land, which was formerly the site of the Old Police Barracks and Police...
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Dec 12, 2009

Beach Caravan Park

If you are travelling on a caravan, you can stay the Beach Caravan Park of Wagga Wagga situated just next to the Murrumbidgee River. The beach area and walking trail along the river is just adjacent...
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Dec 12, 2009

Museum of the Riverina

The Museum of the Riverina is a local history museum. The Riverina is the region in south-western New South Wales in which Wagga Wagga is located. This museum was established in 1967. In the late...
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Dec 12, 2009

Civic Centre

The multi-million dollar Wagga Wagga Civic Centre contains the Regional Art Gallery, National Art Glass Gallery, City Library and civic administration, all situated on the Wollundry Lagoon adjacent to...
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Dec 12, 2009

Civic Theatre

The Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre is located adjacent to Wollundry Lagoon, art gallery and Wollundry Amphitheatre. The Civic Theatre was opened in 1963, renovated in 1999 and opened again in May 2000. The...
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Dec 12, 2009

Court House

The Wagga Wagga Court House is a historical building of the city located at the corner of Fitzmaurice and Sturt Streets. The architecture consists of a square clock tower, belltower, decorative iron...
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Dec 12, 2009

Top Hotels in Wagga Wagga

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82 Tarcutta St, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia
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148 Tarcutta Street, Wagga Wagga, 2650, Australia
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337 Edward Street, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia
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Sturt Hwy, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia
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69 Gurwood Street, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia
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313 - 315 Edward Street, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2650, Australia
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