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   Our  24th Vineland Easter Rally  2023

 

   Mildura Vintage Vehicles Club invites you to be apart of our 24th Easter Rally

   

    Plan your trip to Sunraysia for Easter and join our celebration.

 

     Links to our Entry Form .
     General Rally informatiom. 
     Early bird Discount.

 

 

  

   

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Australia’s most unique Botanic Gardens

A prime example of what community spirit can achieve is on display at the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens. As the first semi-arid botanical gardens in the southern hemisphere, this is where the desert really comes into bloom. The plantings showcase a wide variety of Australian and exotic species, the centrepiece of which may be the rose garden featuring over 1600 colour co-ordinated bushes.



 

Old Wentworth Gaol

First of the Australian designed gaols, with an escape-free record

Built in 1879-1881, the small single storey brick gaol with bluestone trim was designed by colonial architect James Barnett. It was the first of the Australian designed gaols (Hay & Dubbo gaol's followed this one). The bricks were made from the local clay (on-site), by Joseph Firth, and the bluestone was transported from Malmsbury, Victoria.

The gaol replaced over-crowded lock-ups and was utilized until its closure in 1927. After its closure as a gaol, the building was utilised as extra classrooms for the Wentworth Central School until 1963 and today, because of its remarkable condition, is a major tourist attraction.

Benetook Farm

Benetook Farm is a thriving and developing farm designed to encourage opportunities for people with disabilities to enjoy, learn, socialise and while incidental learning occurs during activities including horticulture, art song and dance, woodwork, cooking and so much more!

 

All SRS programs focus on the Individuals interests and needs whilst empowering each individual to achieve their best and learn new skills.

Operated by Sunraysia Residential Services Inc, Benetook Farm is the go-to fantastic family-friendly place to visit for both locals and visitors in our region

 

Take a tour map and roam the property for a gold coin donation and discover some of the activities on offer - pick strawberries (when in season), feed the free range spoilt chooks- and don’t forget the rabbits in the pet hotel, get lost in the Lions Club Magic Maze, play on the playground and jumping pillow, ride the pedal cars (and bikes) and check out the incredible vintage tram originally from Melbourne!


 

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