Packages in Wombat
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Wombat Vacation Packages
Wombat Vacation Packages
It can be found some 80 miles from Canberra, the country's capital city.
Young Visitor Information Centre, found only 9 miles away from Wombat is a gorgeous natural space that every visitor to this region should see.
Take a journey back through an interesting chapter in history as you stroll around the Our Wombat.
If your group heads 8 miles away from Wombat, you'll stumble across Wallendbeen. A stop here will allow you to check out Milestone Sculptures Park and Wallendbeen Oval. Another choice is to set aside a day to visit Young. It is about 11 miles out of Wombat, and is where you can see the Young Golf Club and Lambing Flat Folk Museum.
For easy access to The Prince Alfred Bridge, Gundagai Museum and Gundagai Tourist Information Centre, you need to travel south from Wombat for 45 miles to Gundagai. Gundagai Golf Course and the Lanigan Abbey are more interesting attractions that should be included on every traveler's schedule.
Are you looking for something a little more active? Satisfy your craving by going hiking. Or, there's also horse riding if that's more up your alley.
How about you set aside some time to chill out and enjoy fun activities, such as picnicking and bird watching. Both options are popular with tourists and locals alike.
For those who like to pick up some local knowledge, this destination offers plenty of tours, such as culinary tours and winery tours.
Traveling to unknown regions can encourage the more adventurous side of tourists. If you are feeling adventurous, be sure to try out sky diving.
Trying local food is one of the best ways to learn about an area. So, head to some of the region's restaurants and cafés.
Start your gastronomic experience by exploring the abundance of dishes available, many featuring locally-sourced ingredients, beef and oysters.
Make sure you taste-test some traditional food, like salt and pepper squid and meat pie.
All visitors ought to try peach melba, a well-known, enticing treat.
Ask for a Hahn while you're in these parts. It is one of the area's best-loved ales.
To complete your night like a local, get some Bundaberg Spiced Rum, a popular spirit, and kick back after a wonderful day of sightseeing.
If you'd like a lovely drop of red or white to complement your lunch, why not try some Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon or Orange region Merlot?
Don't worry about catching your flight. Just make sure you remember the closest airport is 65 miles away.