- Mount Barker, Western Australia - Wikipedia
Mount Barker is a town on the Albany Highway and is the administrative centre of the Shire of Plantagenet in the Great Southern region of Western Australia At the 2016 census, Mount Barker had a population of 1,905 The town was named after the nearby hill, which in turn was named in 1829 by Thomas Braidwood Wilson in honour of Captain Collet Barker, who was in command of Western Australia's
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Gateway to the Amazing South Coast, just four hours from Perth, Mount Barker abounds with tourist attractions and experiences! The spectacular Stirling and Porongurup National Park Ranges, awesome, award winning wineries and vineyards, an abundance of flora and fauna and accommodation for every taste and budget When was the last time you had an authentic, real and natural travel experience?
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Ben Lomond National Park Ben Lomond ski resort in Tasmania is the premier ski resort, what a place! The spectacular alpine scenery within the National Park is worth the trip
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Barker Photographic Ltd Our team endeavours to cater for your photographic needs, from beginner to professional We have built our business over two decades by providing quality products at competitive prices coupled with friendly efficient customer service
- Mount Gambier, South Australia - Wikipedia
Mount Gambier is the second most populated city in South Australia with an estimated urban population of 28,684 The city is located on the slopes of Mount Gambier (volcano) in the south east of the state, about 450 kilometres (280 mi) south-east of the capital Adelaide and just 17 kilometres (11 mi) from the Victorian border, it is the most important settlement in the Limestone Coast region
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- Adelaide Hills Winter Drinking and Dining
A new wave of culinary creatives have taken over the Adelaide Hills, joining local favourites to create a thriving bar and pub scene With South Australia’s chillier weather upon us, there’s no better time to rug up, hit the road and eat and drink your way through the Adelaide Hills’ newest, most exciting bars, pubs and casual restaurants