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Kunstgalerie
“This is a very special gallery that we are fortunate to have in Wagga Wagga. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“This Stupa is destined to become the largest Buddhist Stupa in the Western World and is the home to many holy objects. This Stupa will be the final home of the touring Jade Buddha for Universal Peace. Opening hours are: Weekdays – 9am to 5pm Weekends and Public Holidays – 10:30am to 5pm Holiday Periods 25th December 2018 – Christmas Day – Closed 26th December 2018 – Public Holiday – 10:30am – 5pm 27th - 29th December 2018 – 9am – 5pm 30th - 31st December 2018 - 10.30am-5pm 1st January 2018 – 10:30am – 5pm ”
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Store
“Bendigo Pottery is the oldest operating pottery in Australia. Large selection of pottery available to purchase. Antiques and collectables. Interpretive museum, Galleries with works by local artists, potters and sculptors. Classes and workshops Wine and olive oil shop. Small cafe. Function centre.”
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Store
“Great place to visit, always something to offer for adults and children. Story time and craft activities, free museum exhibitions,play space for the children too. ”
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Museum
“Set on three hectares of land on the banks of the Little Murray River, the Pioneer Settlement lets you experience Australian history first hand. You will find real-life Mallee cottages, a hotel, schools and shops, plus our enormous collection of working tractors and machinery – sourced mostly from the local area. You can feel the heat in the blacksmith shop, listen to the sounds of the old Pianola or take a ride through our Mallee township on a horse and cart. As you wander the site, you can also chat to our staff and volunteers, all looking the part in costumes of the period. The Pioneer Settlement opened in 1966 after a joint community and government effort to recognise the unique history of our Murray Mallee region. By the 1970s, the Pioneer Settlement was one of the most popular tourism destinations in Victoria, if not Australia, and the concept has been emulated around the country. The Settlement is now introducing more ground-breaking tourism concepts to complement the historical Mallee townships. The Heartbeat of the Murray Experience will include a laser light show that, in a world-first, will combine modern laser technology with the natural river environment. It will tell the story of the Murray region from prehistoric times until today. Check out the website as there are also extra activities during school holidays. Including an easter egg hunt on easter sunday”
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Park
“The Shepparton Art Museum collection includes a significant collection of Australian and International Ceramics, historic and contemporary Australian landscape paintings, prints and works on paper, and a growing collection of Australian contemporary art.”
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Museum
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Museum
“An Amazing collection of relics from the past....great sense of life in the gold rush days”
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Kunstgalerie
“The Arts Center is a great place to see a performance or show! It also has a nice little cafe. Beautiful grassy park area.”
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Museum
“Presenting a variety of national travelling exhibitions, this excellent museum is housed in the original council chambers & showcases a magnificent oil painting of the infamous Tichborne Trial.”
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Museum
“The permanent exhibitions include white and Wiradjuri artifacts which tell so many stories of the huge changes to this area of Australia post white settlement. This history is often sad, funny but very important to know.”
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Hafen / Marina
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Museum
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Museum
“Set on the banks of the Little Murray River, the world-class Heartbeat of the Murray is a 360-degree multi-media spectacular unlike anything ever seen in Australia. Using water, light, laser, sound and special effects to tell the story of the Murray, you’ll be transported back 30 million years, before travelling forward through time to the Murray River as we know it today. This state-of-the-art show is the first of its kind in the world to use a natural river environment and setting as the background. The Heartbeat of the Murray laser light show has been made possible thanks to funding from the Federal and State governments, and Swan Hill Rural City Council. The Heartbeat of the Murray laser light show screens every night promptly at 7.30pm. Doors open 30 minutes before the show and we encourage you to arrive early and enjoy a short pre-show film on the history of the Pioneer Settlement. Please note late arrivals may not be admitted. Bookings essential.”
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