Art Galleries for Kids - Mcintyre (3472)

the Greater Bendigo Region, Northern Victoria, Victoria (VIC)

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Talbot Observatory See the night sky as you have never seen it before! Look at the Earth’s Moon, with its mountains craters and valleys, and marvel at the wonder of our solar system -from a dark sky site. See Mars and its ice caps, giant Jupiter and its family of moons; experience lovely Saturn and its ring system. Take a sky tour by laser pointer into deep space way outside of our solar system and study millions of red, blue, and yellow stars in our Milky Way and beyond. See stellar nurseries ...

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Central Goldfields Academy
Submission Grappling; Brazilian Jui Jitsu; Mixed Martial Arts MMA; Wrestling; Sambo; Kickboxing;Street Boxing Self Defense Kids Teens Adults Seminars Private Lessons Sport Injury Management Sport Strapping Sport Massage Strength Training; Ketterbell Training; Functional Strength; Cardio Workouts; Strength Conditioning Sports Trainer Level 1 Sport Injury Management Sports ...
Donkey Tales Farm Cottages
Reasonably priced, Self-contained, Two bedroom cottages. On 16 acres of farmland, with 9 Beautiful Miniature Mediterranean Donkeys waiting to get to know you! Inquisitive, Intelligent and affectionate four legged babes, who loved being brushed, pampered, and smootched. They provide a therapeutic experience for those looking to unwind and release the stresses of the modern world. You can't help but smile when you spend time with them. Each with their own unique personality and bray! Great for ...

Art galleries for kids - greater than 30km from Mcintyre (3472)

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Welcome to the Golden Dragon Museum, the ‘Chinese Cultural Centre of Australia’. The museum opened in 1991 to document, interpret and preserve the Chinese heritage in Australia. Come, enjoy and learn about the Chinese experience of the Bendigo goldfields, from the past to the present. See the colourful display of the ‘living’ collection of the Chinese dragons and associated regalia used in the annual Bendigo Easter procession, to help raise funds for local charities since 1871. The Golden ...
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