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Bimbimbi and Little Hollow Farm Stay

Chinchilla,

Indicative Rate * AU$110.00 to AU$110.00 Room Only

Enjoy your farm stay activities and accommodation at Chinchilla, the beginning of the outback. In 1990 Shirley and Brian returned to the family property (settled in 1905) to build their Bimbimbi home. Later they restored the original pioneer family home complete with original furniture at Little Hollow.

They now can share with guests their love and enjoyment of country life either at Bimbimbi which offers full accommodation or self-catered accommodation at Little-Hollow.

The 2,500 acre Hereford grazing property is situated 20 kilometres west of Chinchilla and is only a three and a half hours drive from Brisbane. When you step out of your car the peace and tranquility of the views, bush and wilderness areas will enfold you. Guests can walk to explore or just watch the Hereford cows and calves graze.

Bordering on the Condamine River this property has preserved a major part of the original bush and wilderness areas. It has been recognised by Greening Australia and is registered as “Land for Wildlife”.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Cots Available
  • Courtesy transfer
  • Entertainment
  • Gardens in property
  • Ice
  • Iron
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Public Telephone

Activities

  • Animal Viewing
  • Birdwatching
  • Farm/Station
  • Fossicking
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Pets Allowed:

Pets are welcome.

Other Information

Children:

Children are welcome and there are child friendly activities on the farm.
1142 Greenswamp Road
Chinchilla,
Queensland
Australia

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18 October 2014 – 30 June 2016
This collection display at QAG, dedicated to Indigenous Australian art, explores ideas underpinning the Dreaming - or as seminal Australian anthropologist and essayist WEH Stanner posited, the 'Everywhen' - where knowledge and history from all times combine to inform contemporary and future existence. Major works from the Gallery's collection of Indigenous Australian art from the turn of the nineteenth century to the present provide visitors with a grounding in the history, ideas and art of our first peoples and cultures.

Robyn Stacey: Cloud Land

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
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18 September 2015 – 3 April 2016
Robyn Stacey is one of Australia's preeminent contemporary photographers. Her new body of work for Museum of Brisbane reveals some of our city's most familiar places, buildings and landmarks in a completely new way. Stacey uses one of the oldest photographic techniques invented more than 1,000 years ago, the camera obscura. She gives this technology a bold and surprising reinvention as her work turns entire rooms into the surface of a photograph, casting the view from the outside in. Her dreamlike works capture a moment in time, exploring both the history of the location and the personal stories of the subjects featured within these unique landscapes- offering an intimate and provocative look at our city. Discover the changing nature of Brisbane's landscape through Robyn Stacey: Cloud Land.

Mon Repos Turtle Season

Bargara, Bundaberg Area
9 November 2015 – 20 March 2016
The Mon Repos Conservation Park, within the Southern Great Barrier Reef, supports the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on the Eastern Australian mainland and has the most significant Loggerhead turtle nesting population in the South Pacific. Visitors can witness nesting and hatching turtles over the summer months on Mon Repos beach, however turtles are easily disturbed if proper turtle watching guidelines are not followed. The Mon Repos Turtle experience operates nightly during the Turtle Season. You have the opportunity to see nesting turtles from November through to January and hatchlings January through to March. It is an amazing sight to see the turtles venture up the beach to find a safe spot to dig a nest and lay their eggs. And then, if you are lucky, to come back 6-8 weeks later to see the baby hatchlings take their first swim in the ocean. Don't miss out, book now!
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21 November 2015 – 10 April 2016
The world's largest exhibition of art from Australia, Asia and the Pacific returns for 'The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art' (APT8), with works by more than 80 artists reflecting the expanding creative diversity of the region. This year the APT emphasises performance, with live action, video, kinetic art, figurative painting and sculpture exploring how the human form can express cultural, social and political ideas. Major new commissions include a sprawling structural installation of reclaimed timber by India's Asim Waqif and a mesmerising suspended sculpture by South Korea's Haegue Yang. Experience the special projects Kalpa Vriksha: Contemporary Indigenous and Vernacular Art of India - the first major display of its kind in Australia - and the Melanesian performance project Yumi Danis (We Dance), which emerged from a creative exchange in Ambrym, Vanuatu, in 2014. In addition, the exhibition encompasses APT8 Kids, APT8 Cinema, APT8 Live and more.

REEF

Townsville City, Townsville Area
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11 December 2015 – 14 February 2016
REEF is a major exhibition that investigates and celebrates the Great Barrier Reef. Coral reefs, of which there is no finer example in the world than the Great Barrier Reef, are amazingly diverse ecosystems. Coral reef structures are stunningly varied in colour and form, and also provide a home for a large selection of marine species. Tragically, the Great Barrier Reef is diminishing and is in great peril due to numerous factors, many of which are linked to human exploitation of the environment. Selected for display are works in a variety of media that highlight the spectacular beauty of the reef, but also its fragility. Works are drawn from the City of Townsville Art Collection; the National Gallery of Australia Collection; loaned from artists, private collectors, and various organisations; or produced as part of the 'Weave the Reef ' Love the Reef' workshop series.

Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
11 December 2015 – 10 April 2016
The might of Medieval Europe storms the walls of Queensland Museum later this year, in an exclusive exhibition from the British Museum: Medieval Power: Symbols and Splendour. Queensland Museum will be the first in the world to host this incredible new exhibition.
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12 December 2015 – 14 February 2016
Fantastic Worlds brings together the work of eleven contemporary Australian sculptors, who each pose new and strange possibilities to the world around us. Artists using non-traditional mediums such as balloons and balsa wood include Todd Robinson, and Amy Joy Watson, whose individual pieces each present alternative forms for interpreting our world. Kate Rohde's stalagmite-inspired creations made of resin are altogether other-worldly and Lionel Bawden's pencil sculptures echo the forms of geographic modelling. The fictional and fantastic are explored in work by Linde Ivimey, and so too with Troy Emery, who uses household craft or cleaning materials to create lurid-coloured, fluffy animals. Fantastic Worlds incorporates a dedicated Kids Space and entry is free so head to Rockhampton Art Gallery for a holiday activity that will amaze.
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12 December 2015 – 20 March 2016
Right Here, Right Now showcases Rockhampton Art Gallery's growing collection of contemporary Australian art. This includes the latest acquisition by Brisbane artist Daniel McKewen, a five screen video installation titled Running men, and Julie Fragar's compelling exploration of her family history in her painting Penned like chickens, eaten like chickens (Fiji). Photographs by Petrina Hicks, Polixeni Papapetrou, Tracey Moffatt and Michael Cook will also be on display.

SCREENGRAB7 International Media Arts Award

Thuringowa Central, Townsville Area
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18 December 2015 – 28 February 2016
Screengrab International Media Arts Award is now entering its seventh year with 28 international finalists competing for the AUD10,000 cash prize, with each media art work addressing the 2015 theme, Resistance. All interpretations of resistance have been considered: the politics of resistance, the physics of resistance, the messiness of resistance, the urgency of resistance - and all its private, political and social connotations. This project is sponsored by James Cook University's Arts and Creative Media and Pinnacles Gallery, Townsville City Council. The exhibition program of shortlisted works will be hosted jointly at Pinnacles Gallery from December 18, 2015 and a select group of works will be exhibited at the eMerge Gallery, James Cook University in April 2016.

Black Art White Walls - Wunya Ngulum

Caloundra, Sunshine Coast Area
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20 January – 28 February 2016
Join them at the official opening for a cultural feast of stories, traditional food, music and art. Lyndon Davis will perform a Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony. Collection owner Adrian Newstead will conduct an exclusive guided exhibition tour, followed by an informative talk highlighting the ten most important Aboriginal artists of the Australian Aboriginal art movement. Music and cultural storytelling will also be performed by Alister Bartholomew. Alister will perform a mix of traditional songs from the Torres Strait including storytelling, interactive Torres Strait song and dance performances and demonstrate the use of cultural artefacts (drum and kulap).
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