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Ararat : les meilleures activités

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Point of Interest
“This is a rich treasure trove of the old buildings and events in Ballarat's past. Explore the dark basements and back lanes with guides who are steeped in the historical background of the area. The night time cemetery tour and the tour of the Ararat Lunatic Asylum (about an hour away) are a must do for history buffs. For bookings checkout this website https://www.eerietours.com.au”
4 habitants locaux recommandent
Bar
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2 habitants locaux recommandent
Lodging
“This place has excellent food and big serves of meals. Their kitchen closes at 8pm. The bar stays open until 12am for drinks.”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Cinéma
“A stunning Art Deco designed cinema that has recently been upgraded to state of the art digital projectors, 3 screens (one insanely huge), comfy movie lounge seating and same day movie releases as the big city cinemas! Best of all, it’s $12 a ticket!! And if you ask really nicely, Barry the owner will personally deliver your hot chocolate / coffee during the movie. Interesting fact: The Astor Theatre, Ararat is of historical significance as one of the largest purpose-built cinemas in rural Victoria (capacity nearly 1000 patrons).”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Museum
“Find out the history of gold mining in the Ararat and Armstrong areas by visiting Gum San.”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Galerie d'art
“Ararat Regional Art Gallery was established in 1968 and since that time has established a unique place in Australia’s visual arts world for its commitment to presenting and collecting textile and fibre art. The gallery holds arguably the most comprehensive textile and fibre-based art collection of in Australia, representing work from the early 1970s through to today. The gallery’s dedication to celebrating excellence, innovation and diversity in contemporary textile and fibre art practice has made it a beacon for lovers of textiles from around the world. The gallery’s changing exhibition program features the work of artists, especially those working with textiles, alongside major touring e”
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Scenic Lookout
“Check out the amazing view of Ararat, Mt Langi Ghiran and of course, the Grampians. ”
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Museum
“Langi Morgala Museum is the home of the collection of Ararat and District Historical Society. This Ararat museum holds an eclectic collection of items. These include aboriginal artefacts, thousands of photographs (mostly of local interest), everyday items used in the home and in local businesses, and collections relating to local individuals such as Stan Kelly (botanical artist), Mary Norman-Bail (educator and artist), and Shane Kelly (five-time Olympic cyclist).”
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Point of Interest
“ The vineyards are nestled between the rolling hills of the Great dividing range in the Grampians region. Shiraz cuttings taken from the oldest vines at Langi are the backbone for the outstanding Grampians Shiraz. 100% Estate grown, traditional winemaking methods passed down through years of family winemaking are used to produce wines of elegance and distinction.”
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Laundry
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Route
“In case you needed to shop. The business centre on Barkly St has many shops including big shops such as Target, Harvey Norman, Aldi, Woolworths, IGA, Reject Shop and lots of local unique shops.”
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Embassy / Consulate
“V/line are adding 19 more services to/from Ararat starting from August which means there will be more options for people travelling between Melbourne and Ararat. Yay!”
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Aliments
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Museum
“Take a guided tour explaining the early history of the goldfield times and later, the incarceration of the criminally insane.”
1 habitant local recommande
Locality
“There are 3 supermarkets in Ararat. Woolworths, Aldi and IGA. 2 pharmacies, a hospital, medical centre and numerous other shops for all your essential items.”
2 habitants locaux recommandent
Train Station
“*Open Fridays only* trains trains trains and other train related stuff. Very interesting! The Ararat Railway Museum is managed by the Ararat Railway Heritage Association, who formed in 1995 to preserve some of the history of the railways from the region. Gold coin donation.”
1 habitant local recommande