The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the leading museum of art in New South Wales and Sydney, and one of Australia's foremost cultural institutions. It holds significant collections of Australian, European and Asian art, and presents nearly forty exhibitions annually.
One of the most popular art museums in Australia, visited by over 1.3 million people annually, the Gallery is far more than just a destination for looking at pictures. It’s also a place to enjoy lectures and symposia, films, music and performances, meet friends for a meal or coffee in the cafe or restaurant, or browse in the Gallery Shop. Our range of access programs is aimed at engaging diverse audiences with different needs. And more than 100 000 students visit each year to take part in our engaging and stimulating education programs.
The Katherine Art Gallery holds an excellent collection of Aboriginal Art. Presenting a portfolio of artists from the region, the gallery reflects the cultural diversity and influences of the Jawoyn, Warlpiri and Dagoman Aboriginal people, who have lived in the Katherine area for thousands of years.
The gallery also houses a range of collections from regions of Arnhem Land, the Central Western Desert, and areas in Western Australia. Clients from all over the world maintain contact with the gallery to purchase the didjeridus, artefacts and paintings from the friendly characters who come to produce their work on the premises.
Get outdoors and discover Australia’s living desert. Explore the abundance of plants, animals and Aboriginal culture found in Central Australia at the Alice Springs Desert Park. After experiencing the Desert Park you will no longer think of deserts as empty barren wastelands but understanding that they are diverse environments, rich with life and full of thousands of stories waiting to be explored.
Explore three desert habitats, witness free-flying bird presentations, see rare and endangered animals, enjoy a cinematic journey on the evolution of Central Australian deserts and visit the new West Macs Discovery Centre.
At night, explore the mystery and adventure of the Central Australian desert on a Nocturnal Tour. Spotlight endangered species in the Mulga Walk whilst learning from expert guides.
At the Territory Wildlife Park, not only do you see wildlife up-close in their natural habitats, you meet them walking through tree top aviaries, strolling around a natural lagoon and even get to interact with them during daily presentations.You stroll beneath the surface in our walk-through aquarium and meet some of the Top End’s most amazing aquatic life. You meet, nose to nose, with our giant Saltwater croc. It’s the closest you’ll ever get to a salty without risking a scratch! Our experienced team love sharing their knowledge of the wildlife and the habitats in their care. It’s what our people are passionate about. The more you ask, the happier they are to share.
For 40 000 years this area has been a traditional "meeting place" for the trading of artifacts, knowledge, art and culture. You can now experience our vibrant living culture today at our unique centre.
All of these tours are Aboriginal owned and operated, so authenticity is guaranteed.
Our award winning tour operation is a fully owned and operated Aboriginal enterprise established by Pwerte Marnte Marnte Aboriginal Corporation, a Southern Arrernte Tribal group.
It is a unique opportunity for you to share in our culture.
At Doctors Gully, right in the heart of Darwin and within walking distance of most city hotels is a unique attraction which has been featured in countless television programs and magazine articles world wide and voted "most popular attraction" in tourism surveys. AQUASCENE is where hundreds of fish come to shore at high tide to be fed by hand.
Milkfish, mullet, catfish, bream and barramundi can be seen close enough to touch as they compete with each other for food. Many other species including rays, cod, mangrove jack and diamond fish may also be seen in the shallows if you watch carefully.
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Welcome to the Art Gallery of South Australia
Founded in 1881, the Art Gallery of South Australia is home to one of Australia's great art collections, housed in one of Adelaide's most beautiful buildings. Located at the heart of Adelaide's cultural boulevard, North Terrace, between the South Australian Museum and University of Adelaide, the Art Gallery welcomes more than half a million visitors each year. We hope you will enjoy your visit - whether real, or virtual.
The Art Gallery is open daily 10 am to 5 pm (closed 25 December).
General admission to the Art Gallery is free. Charges apply for some exhibitions.
The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre is one of the major aviation museums in Australia. The Centre has an impressive presentation of aircraft and displays depicting the Territory’s involvement in aviation, both civil and military, from the early pioneers and record breakers through World War II and the jet age.
The major display item is a massive B-52 bomber on permanent loan from the United States Air Force and is one of only two on public display in the world outside the USA.
CROCODYLUS PARK is located just 5 minutes from Darwin International Airport and 15 minutes from Darwin’s city centre. Built upon 30 years of experience in crocodile research and conservation, the Park hosts over 10,000 crocodiles from 30cm long hatchlings to massive adults measuring 5m and weighing half a ton!
The Park also includes big cats, primates, giant lizards, snakes, native animals and a World class Crocodile Museum. The boardwalk over the crocodile exhibits is fully shaded to walk along while our experienced tour guides provide fascinating facts about animal biology, behaviour and crocodile attacks.
Don\'t forget! All visitors get a chance to hold a baby crocodile and even feed a 5m crocodile.
Child (4-15) $13.50
CROCODILE FEEDING & TOUR TIMES:10am, 12, 2pm & 3.30pm
See Australia’s highest court of appeal in a striking building by Lake Burley Griffin that features a seven storey high public hall.
The High Court features three courtrooms and an impressive public hall adorned by murals depicting the development of the Australian nation and its Constitution. Interpreting and upholding the Constitution is one of the important functions of the High Court, together with interpreting federal law and hearing cases appealed from other courts. High Court sittings are open to the public. The building was opened in 1980 and was the result of a national architectural competition.
With over 25 year’s experience, Melbourne River Cruises is the largest and most experienced river cruise operator in Melbourne specialising in tourism and hospitality. As industry leaders, we aim to create international service systems to provide entertainment, recreation, culture and social exchange for local, interstate and international individuals and groups.
We are in the business of providing memorable experiences and are committed to fulfilling customer needs and satisfaction. Whether you choose to join our daily sightseeing cruises or to have a private function, our team will extend warm, friendly and professional hospitality to enhance the customer experience.
If you are visiting Darwin during the winter dry season, be one of the first to experience Oz Jet NT, Oz Jet Boating\'s new experience in Darwin Harbour. Oz Jet Boating NT will have you experiencing Darwin at high speed, with massive sideway slides, fish tails, spins and awesome power break stops. It\'s extreme and loads of fun!
Oz Jet NT is operating daily from Stokes Hill Wharf adjacent to the new convention centre, seconds from popular cafes & shops.
Whether you are visiting Darwin or are a long time local, Oz Jet NT is a unique opportunity for you, your friends & family, your corporate group or social club to see Darwin like never before in thrilling high speed fashion.
Sky dive over Penrith Lakes which is against the backdrop of The Blue Mountains and one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Sydney, NSW.
Free courtesy bus for all TANDEM JUMPERS to the DROPZONE.
The youngest age for TANDEM SKYDIVE is 14 years
Our friendly professional staff will ensure your skydive is an adventure you will never forget.
Simply Skydive\'s state of the art sigma equipment is the best in the world.
Queen Victoria Market is Victoria's premier open-air market. Sitting on 2 city blocks, its also the largest open air Market in the Southern Hemisphere. The friendly competition between stallholders, their passion for that they do, and their interaction with customers is what gives the Market its Old World charm and the addictive power to draw millions of visitors each year. Visitors, who come not only to shop, can be entertained by buskers who perform on the surround. The vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere of this historic site has endeared the Market to Melburnians for over 130 years.
The Market is probably best known for its huge variety of fresh produce. Almost 50% of the Market area is dedicated to the sale of fresh produce, including fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, chicken, seafood and delicatessen products.
The Western Australian Museum provides an insight into Western Australias history and environment. Situated in Perths cultural precinct and close to public transport facilities, the Museum offers a wide range of permanent and travelling exhibitions.
International exhibitions and MuseumLink displays and events enhance the Museums permanent displays. Absorb the atmosphere and enjoy the contemporary, historical and cultural exhibits.
Welcome aboard Swan Jet... Sit Back, and hold on...
Experience the Swan River like never before with the thrills and excitement of an adrenalin pumping jet boat!
After venturing out of the speed restricted zone we unleash the full power of the jet at nearly 80km/h, with a continual mix of 360 degree spins, wild fish tail spins and incredible power brake stops. Hold on tight as the fast pumping, continuous mix of music keeps your heart racing.
Ride alongside Kings Park & the Old Swan Brewery. Sit back and hold on as we push the throttle and release 25 tonnes of water per minute from the jet!! Its extreme, its loud, and its loads of fun!!
Strike redefines the fun and age old bowling experience for the 21st century; enjoying the gourmet food and cool chic environment is just part of the hypnotic Strike experience. Picture Private Bowling Lounges, giant lane-end plasmas, on-lane special effects lighting, computerised scoring, lane-side food and beverage service, deluxe karaoke rooms, pool tables, gourmet food and deluxe bars – and that’s just to start with!
Whether it’s an impromptu night out, staff outing, client schmoozing or a Christmas party for 800 people, Strike’s focus on excellent service and building a fantastic atmosphere will guarantee you and your guests an unforgettable night. There’s no need to worry if bowling isn’t for everyone in the office, we also have deluxe bars and lounges, pool tables, karaoke rooms and interactive games.
Other Facilities Include:
10 state-of-the-art bowling lanes
Functions for 10-300 guests
Private bowling lounge
Deluxe bar & lounges
3 karaoke rooms
4 pool tables
1 function & meeting room
Waterfront dining deck
Strike Melbourne Central, located on level 3 of the Melbourne Central shopping centre, is one of the city’s best entertainment experiences.
Equipped with 10 lanes, a cosy bar, gourmet kitchen, great music and an awesome laser skirmish arena based on urban warfare within Melbourne Central Station (it even has a train inside!)
Strike Melbourne Central also has pool tables to release the inner shark, and on the weekends get on the dance floor with some of Melbourne’s best DJ’s.
Plus with a 280 person capacity, Strike Melbourne Central is the perfect choice for functions - be it a corporate event, buck’s party, hen’s night or birthday parties.
Get in touch with one of our dedicated team to help arrange your perfect night.
Wheelchair Access: Advise reception upon arrival. Wheelchair customers to enter from door next to San Churro shop in QV. Access to lanes 1-4 & 9. Int Games, Pool & Karaoke.
A magical and unique wildlife attraction open for both daytime and evening visitors.
During the daytime meet kangaroos, koalas, dingoes, colourful parrots and waterbirds and a variety of reptiles and frogs. Photo opportunities are available with a koala, while on the wallaby walk kangaroos and wallabies come to feed from your hand. There is also a native bush food garden and bush food tasting is available.
Come evenings, you can take part in an evening tours when friendly and active animals delight visitors. You will meet rarely seen quolls, bettongs and pademelons, owls and gliders, many only inches away, as well as kangaroos and koalas. A guide is on hand to give an informative and entertaining commentary. A truly different experience that Moonlit Sanctuary claim is the best way to see Australian animals.
Moonlit Sanctuary has won awards for its conservation work and visitors get an insight into this. It is also fully accredited with the Eco-Tourism Association. Daytime visitors can turn up any time between 10am and 5pm. Evening tours, which operate most nights, must be booked. Visitors using the Mornington Peninsula Attractions Pass get free admission during the day, and can upgrade for an evening visit.
Day Adult $12, child $7.50
Evening tour Adult $27, child $16
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