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Melbourne Half-Day or Full-Day Private Guide Tour by 4WD Mini Bus
"Choose this small family business priding itself on not only showing guests the beauty of Australia but making sure they have a great time whilst doing so. The bus can accommodate up to 11 passengers and can pickup and drop off your group at many different locations including the airport your hotel or other requested destinations you require. The bus is equipped to take you anywhere with its 4WD capability if needed also extra side spotlights have been fitted for night tours.Your bus and driver are fully insured registered and accredited with Vic roads The Taxi Services Commission and Parks Victoria with the opportunity to add a luggage trailer for excess luggage and suitcases if needed.Your professsional driver being a local to the area and very flexible can customize your
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Small Group Hahndorf and River Murray Day Trip from Adelaide
"Your luxury tour begins with complimentary pick up from your Glenelg Adelaide CBD or Hahndorf accommodation before traveling through the beautiful Hills Villages of Stirling Aldgate and Bridgewater arriving in Hahndorf for morning tea with coffee and cake at a German bakery. Drive to Murray Bridge to board the Captain Proud Paddle Boat for a three hour cruise on the mighty River Murray while enjoying your complimentary two course lunch. OR if you would prefer to indulge in some afternoon wine tasting a Wine Flight consisting of three white and two red wines matched to assorted local cheeses at Shaw and Smith Winery. Visit Beerenberg Strawberry Farm Shop – a sixth generation local business. Here you can view and taste their world reno
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Barossa Valley Day Trip from Adelaide including Gourmet Pizza Lunch
"After winding your way through the suburbs and scenic Adelaide Hills for an hour your driver guide will stop at Gumeracha home to the World’s Largest Rocking Horse. It also boasts a café and Australia’s only remaining wooden toy factory where you can also hand-feed the remarkably tame kangaroos goats and alpacas.In Williamstown the gateway to the Barossa visit the astonishing Whispering Wall (weather permitting - see below). As tall as a 9-storey building and constructed in a perfect semi-circle over 110-years ago
From AUD99.00

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THE BIG LOBSTER

Another "BIG," this time the Big Lobster located on the main highway through Kingston SE.Kingston is one of Australias best lobster/crayfish fishing areas. The idea of building a big Lobster was...
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CHURCHES IN KINGSTON SE

In Kingston SE, there are quite a few different styles of Church to be found on the walking tour.The old Stone Anglican Church is one of them, built in 1873, it does look old! As usual, the doors were...
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HISTORIC BUILDINGS IN KINGSTON SE

Some historic buildings I came across.......One was the Courthouse Museum, located in the old Courthouse. Now you may think this looks like a church, which is does, but never was!! It was built...
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POWER GENERATING ENGINE.

The Lions Park in Kingston SE has a small brick building located roadside Hanson street.Behind the glass in this building, is the old power generating engine that was privately owned and was used for...
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KINGSTON SE POST OFFICE

Kingston has a few nice historic buildings, like the lovely Post Office located at 1 Hanson street. It was built in 1867, and was one of the original buildings in town. Australia Post has taken great...
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ORIGINAL SETTLER'S COTTAGES

The historic walk I am following, is taking me past many of the earlier settler's Cottages. Quite a few of the "new" people are restoring these old Cottages, so good to see them being preserved. Many...
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CAPE JAFFA LIGHTHOUSE

The CAPE JAFFA LIGHTHOUSE was located a very short walk from the Kingston Caravan Park.This Lighthouse is very different in design to old and modern ones of today.It was built in 1872, in the sea on...
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APEX PARK RESERVE

This park we came across as we entered town. We stopped to have a look a the information board in the undercover area. This had plenty of information for visitors like us. After a look here, we then...
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HISTORIC WALK FROM INFORMATION CENTRE

As usual, it was to the Tourist information centre we went to first. Easy to locate, just look for the big white "i" on the blue sign.It was here I picked up my free booklet named "Interesting walks...
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Getting involved with a sundial

Come on, honest answer, "How many anelamatic sundials have you seen?"Let's face it, you don't even know what an anelamatic sundial is!That's O.K., neither did I, but I now know where I can activate...
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The Lobster

"Larry" the giant lobster (well, it had to have a name, didn't it!) is unmissable, perched as it is astride the highway beckoning you in.
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"KINGSTON - HOME OF THE BIG LOBSTER!"
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"More than a lobster"
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Phildy

"Kingston South Australia"
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"Kingston S.E. & The Coorong"
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"Kingston, South Australia"
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