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Marina Mirage

74 Seaworld Drive, Main Beach QLD 4217

Marina Mirage is Queensland's finest waterfront shopping and dining resort.

Marina Mirage is situated on the Gold Coast, directly opposite the five star Sheraton Mirage Resort & Spa and is adjacent to the worlds first Palazzo Versace Hotel.

Marina Mirage offers award winning restaurants, designer boutiques filled with the world's top fashion labels, specialty stores overflowing with elegant homewares, gifts and exceptional artwork.

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The High Street Surfers Paradise

3113 Surfers Paradise Blvd, Surfers Paradise QLD 4217
The High Street is the Gold Coast's newest address for sophisticated food and fashion. This exciting new retail precinct is located at the base of the AUD700 million Hilton, Surfers Paradise and is spread across two levels of retail space
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Sarina Sugar Shed

Railway Square, Field of Dreams Parkland, Sarina QLD 4737
There is no greater story in Australia's history than that of Australia's sugar cane industry. This story is ideally showcased, for visitors of all ages, at the Sarina Sugar Shed where you can "take the tour and taste the action". Sarina
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Hamilton Island Yacht Club

Front Street, Hamilton Island QLD 4803
Hamilton Island Yacht Club is an exclusive port of call for visitors docking in the Hamilton Island Marina. The state-of-the-art yacht club features recreational and business facilities including a contemporary restaurant and bar which overlooks
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Brickworks Centre

Brickworks Centre Management, 107 Ferry Road, Southport QLD 4215

Offering its customers a creative and uniquely curated shopping experience, the Brickworks Centre is a multifaceted, progressive shopping, dining and lifestyle destination. The precinct features a variety of specialty retail stores, high-end fashion, art, home wares, beauty, fitness experts, leading health professionals and other hidden curiosities.
A bustling social hub, capitalising on the Gold Coast’s tropical climate, has become a citywide attraction for locals and informed travellers. The Brickworks incorporates the famous Ferry Rd Market, known Nationally for their stunning success and is home to some of the Gold Coast’s preeminent retailers. 

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Noosa Golf Club

46 Cooroy Noosa Road, Tewantin QLD 4565

Set over 6,107 metres of easy walking, Noosa Golf Club is the pioneer of golf in the Noosa area. Accessible in every way, Noosa welcomes all standards of players. Enjoy the tranquillity of the natural bush setting with an abundance of wildlife and interesting flora. Established in 1937, the course has continued to improve and impress, and is now considered to be one of the best club courses on the Sunshine Coast. The lush sub-tropical surroundings compliment the contemporary open air fully licensed Clubhouse and the views across the fairways and lakes from the Members lounge deck and Bistro make it an ideal place to enjoy a long lunch or dinner. It boasts one of Queensland's best pro shops, with hire clubs, buggies, motorised carts and a comprehensive range of clubs apparel and accessories. Noosa Golf Club welcomes you to the home of Noosa golf.

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Waltzing Matilda Centre

50 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735

If there is one song that lives in the hearts of all Australians, it is "Waltzing Matilda". Written by "Banjo" Paterson in 1895 near Winton, it has played a significant part in defining the Australian character.

The Waltzing Matilda Centre is the only attraction in the world dedicated to a song. It’s a one-stop tourism shop!  Self-guided tours allow you to experience this multi-award winning attraction at your own pace. Pull up a stump by the Billabong, where the swagman ghost tells his side of the story of Waltzing Matilda. Learn the truth, myth and romance behind Australia's favourite song in the interactive Legends Room. Wander through the outside displays of pioneering railways, trucks, buggies and early station life and equipment.  Explore the fascinating timeline of Winton's history in the Qantilda Museum. Visit the Outback Regional Gallery and Foyer, offering new exhibitions every six to eight weeks. You can also pick up a gift in the Station Store or just relax in the Coolibah Café with free WIFI.

Take a ‘Matilda’s Ghost’ guided tour to discover the truth and legend behind the story of the writing of Australia’s most famous song. Take a journey through time with the ‘Ghost’ of Banjo Paterson or Christina McPherson, who inspired him to write the song.  Your guide will reveal what brought Banjo to Winton, the events that led up to writing the song and the momentous fall-out from the scandal. A humorous, revealing and entertaining hour’s tour will begin with the story of the song as told by the swagman before Banjo or Christina share with you the intimate details of this event that changed their lives forever.

For your convenience an accredited Visitor Information Centre and Westpac In-store Bank is also located inside the Centre.

Admission Prices

Main Admission Prices:

  • Adult: $23.50
  • Concession: $20.50
  • Child: $11.75
  • Family $55.50

Banjo's Ghost Tour:

  • Adult: $38.50
  • Concession: $35.50
  • Child: $19.25
  • Family $93.00

* Includes entry to the rest of the attraction