Archive | April, 2010

Clifton School of Arts

Clifton School of Arts

Grants were received from Wollongong City Council, NSW Heritage Commission but of course nothing would have happened without the efforts and enthusiasms of the local community whose energies have brought the building back to life continue to support it as a community and tourism facility.

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NSW Schoolhouse Museum Tour and Talk

NSW Schoolhouse Museum Tour and Talk

Wednesday 5 May: Kathryn Watkins will provide a glimpse of schooling from the past and conduct a tour of the NSW Schoolhouse Museum of Public Education. The museum is housed in restored early schoolrooms and collects and preserves objects relating to the history of public education in NSW.

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Walkabout in New South Wales

Walkabout in New South Wales

There is so much to do in New South Wales, but a week will surely persuade you to come back for more, from Sydney to the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley to Jervis Bay, Kangaroo Valley to the Southern Highlands.

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Kimberley Tourism

Kimberley Tourism

The Kimberley region in Western Australia will be included in Tourism Australia’s National Landscapes Program and will feature prominently within Australia’s future international tourism marketing.

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Bureaucracy and Tourism Like Chalk And Cheese

In the area of tourism, it is the government’s role to introduce strategies to grow the industry.

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eVisa

eVisa

All travellers to Australia, except New Zealanders, require some kind of a Visa to visit Australia. If you have a valid passport from one of the 32 eligible countries you can apply online for your Visa (also known as an eVisa/s).

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Website feedback winner

Website feedback winner

Heritage Tourism thanks everyone for their feedback on the new style website, and all will be considered in future development of the site.

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Rochford Lodge opens in the Macedon Ranges

Rochford Lodge opens in the Macedon Ranges

An old school house in the Macedon ranges dating back to 1857 has been converted into Victoria’s newest heritage accommodation.

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