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Perched on the edge of the wild Australian outback, Mildura is an oasis on the Murray River boasting Mediterranean-style sunshine and a laid-back outdoor lifestyle. Hit the water on a paddleboat or sample the region’s famous food and wine. Explore the vibrant local culture or venture out into the ancient landscapes of Mungo National Park.
Visit the Chateau Mildura winery, taste varietals from across the region at the Sunraysia Cellar Door, or pop into nearby Trentham Estate for a relaxing lunch by the water.
Mildura is also the home of chef Stefano de Pieri, whose cookbooks and television programs made Mildura’s culinary reputation. With a chef’s hat from the Good Food Guide 2018, a visit to de the iconic Stefano’s is a must.
Located forty minutes South of Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula offers some of South Australia’s finest coastal, scenic and culinary experiences. Spend quality time in nature’s playground discovering charming towns including Victor Harbor, Willunga, Normanville, Goolwa, Yankalilla and Rapid Bay.
The region is home to the internationally renowned McLaren Vale – the home of sustainable wine production, world-renowned labels and unparalleled gastronomic experiences. Dig in to 3D printed food in a giant rubik’s cube or head Down The Rabbit Hole and taste Mclaren Vale’s renowned wine in a double-decker bus.
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Budget Motels has Affordable Accommodation in Tenterfield. The Budget Motel Tally Ho Motor Inn welcomes you on your next visit to Tenterfield.
An untouched, well-renowned historical district surrounded by spectacular bush lands, Tenterfield enjoys mild alpine summers, sunny winter days and crisp winter nights, blazing red autumns with stunning tree lined roads and bright wildflower springs.
Set in the heart of Australian Heritage, Tenterfield District is surrounded by a wide variety of National Parks and is the gateway to both the New England and Northern Rivers Regions. Tenterfield is one of the country’s most significant historical areas. Known as the ‘Birthplace of our Nation’ – Sir Henry Parkes delivered his famous Federation Speech in the Tenterfield School of Arts in 1889, which ultimately led to the Federation of all Australian States in 1901. The preservation of a number of landmark buildings gives the township of Tenterfield a ‘Federation’ feel.
Home to fine grazing land, this region in the Northern Tablelands of NSW is rich in history and heritage. Join Armidale Heritage Tours to discover grand cathedrals and colonial buildings. The New England Regional Art Museum has two magnificent Australian art collections.
Stroll the streets of Tenterfield and you’ll find many heritage-listed buildings. Pick up a brochure for the town’s self-guided heritage walk from the Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre. Stop by the 1860-built Tenterfield Saddler, made famous by Peter Allen’s song of the same name.
The song, released in 1972, is about the musician’s life and a tribute to his grandfather George Woolnough, who worked at the saddlery. The fascinating Tenterfield Railway Museum is in the 1886-built Tenterfield Station. Book your Budget Motel Tenterfield Accommodation with Budget Motels Direct and get the best booking price.
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Port Broughton is ideally situated on the upper most end of the Yorke Peninsula, close to the Southern Flinders Ranges, Clare Valley wineries and the Copper Coast, making it a great base to visit a number of different regions.
A popular seaside town, Port Broughton is a relaxing place to idle away time watching pelicans, dolphins or magnificent sunsets. As you would expect from a South Australian fishing port, the seafood is plentiful and Port Broughton has an enviable reputation as one of Australia’s premier locations for truly big snapper.
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The Goulburn River Valley region in the Heart of Victoria is famous for its scenic beauty, characterised by rolling hills, lush forests, majestic rivers and lakes, rural plains and the mighty Goulburn River – the lifeblood of the region. All up a hugely popular lifestyle and holiday destination.
Easy to access for a day trip or delightful for an extended stay, the choices are plentiful in the Goulburn River Valley.
The region abounds with culture, intrigue, history, charm, individuality and the very best of what nature has to offer. You can’t go past Lake Eildon, Lake Mountain and Lake Nagambie and that’s just for starters!
Fantastic events, superb local produce, great wine, fabulous markets and soft adventure such as the Great Victorian Rail Trail are all part of the mix.
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Budget Motel Chain has Budget Motels in Moama-Echuca offering Affordable Accommodation.
Moama-Echuca are twin towns nestled on the mighty Murray River. Here you can indulge all your senses from great eateries, live music festivals set against a natural backdrop of moving rivers, ancient river gums and wonderful Mediterranean style climate.
Moama-Echuca and district offers the very best for those who appreciate good wine and food. Moama-Echuca’s wine bars will allow you to sit back and enjoy the ambience and service while in great company. You will be spoilt for choice with more than fifty eateries gracing the twin towns.
The largest one make car museum in Australia. Discover an institution begun by James Holden in 1856. An ever-changing display of over 40 beautifully restored Holdens, rare prototypes, historical film footage and a unique range of souvenirs. Just metres from the historic Port of Echuca.
Soak up the serenity and history of the river on a paddle-steamer cruise. Echuca Paddlesteamers and Murray River Paddlesteamers both offer memorable river experiences. Join a paddle-steamer lunch cruise to Morrisons winery. St Anne’s is another winery located on the banks of the Murray.
Enjoy an action-packed events calendar of wonderful music and food festivals, including Flavours of Echuca Moama Festival in April, Riverboats Music Festival in February and Perricoota Pop and Pour Festival in November. At the Echuca Moama Markets, you’ll find everything from arts and crafts to food and wine.
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River Country Inn
Moama Central Motel
Big River Motel
Drumcondra has superb access to Geelongs best sites and events. Geelong’s Little Malop Street is the new ‘it’ address, home to coffee spots, cellar doors and hip food joints, always-buzzing.
With the sand between your toes, salt on your skin. They’re the sensations memories are made of, and they don’t get much more memorable than summer days on the Bellarine Peninsula. Surfers vie for the waves at Thirteenth Beach or Raffs Beach in Barwon Heads, and beginners get the lowdown on hanging 10 at Ocean Grove with Go Ride A Wave or Sea Earth Adventures. Ocean Grove and its pristine beach is also one of the best spots for good old-fashioned family beach fun.
If the wines are anything to go by, the soil in this part of the world sure knows how to grow good food. So do the farmers and gardeners, of course. So grab a copy of the Bellarine Taste Trail map and embark on a lip-smacking gastronomic journey throughout the region.
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The Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region embodies natural beauty and boasts a wealth of native produce, breathtaking scenery and Australian wildlife. The River is over 130 million years old and is rich with Aboriginal history, culture and heritage.
The Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region embodies natural beauty and boasts a wealth of native produce, breathtaking scenery and Australian wildlife.
The Murray River flows more than 2500 kilometres from the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, through the Riverland, down to Murray Bridge and onto the Lakes and Coorong in South Australia. The River is around 130 million years old and is rich with Aboriginal history, culture and heritage.