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Victorian Yacht Charters

PO Box 7056, Beaumaris VIC 3193

Whether you are looking for a luxury cruise in Melbourne for an indulgent day with friends, a romantic Bed and Breakfast getaway with someone special or the excitement of participating in your own regatta, Victorian Yacht Charters Melbourne will make it happen.

With the best fleet of luxury yachts on the Bay, you can book a chart cruise in Melbourne and to wow your friends, special someone or your corporate associates. We have the yacht to suit your social and corporate sailing needs including lunch cruises, dinner cruises, jazz cruises and hens party cruises.

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Australian Mallee Art

141 Pellatt Street, Beaumaris VIC 3193

Australian Mallee Art showcases a wide array of contemporary Aboriginal art and design. Paintings are representative of the major styles of Indigenous art. The range of handcrafts includes iconic artefacts such as didgeridoos, boomerangs, woven art, carvings and sculptures. Royalties are paid to the original artists on a range of licensed products that incorporate Indigenous designs.

Stock includes authentic Aboriginal art and craft, Australian hats, wood products, ceramics, glass, leather goods, Australiana, clothing and books.

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Wavesong Art Studio

327 Tasman Highway, Beaumaris TAS 7215

Wavesong Art Studio is a working studio situated in Beaumaris on Tasmania's sunny east coast. We specialise in unique one off garments using only the finest of Australian and Tasmanian wool and endeavour to promote the logo "made in Tasmania"! We also make the famous truly Tassie Devil hats which have gone global including the members of the Royal Danish Family. Our concern of the plight of this magnificent little Tasmanian icon, the devil, has inspired us to donate a percentage of all profits to the foundation for saving this incredible marsupial. Visitors to our studio have the unique experience of seeing articles being hand made from the raw product superfine wool tops to the finished article. Our opening hours are 10 AM to 4 PM Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays excepting Christmas Day and Good Friday but we are flexible by pre-arrangement. Hope to see you soon.

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Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary

Beach Rd, Beaumaris VIC 3193

With its rockpools close to shore, Ricketts Point is the perfect place to introduce kids to the wonder of Victoria's underwater marine life. Sandstone platforms are home to an array of marine creatures and are excellent for rockpool exploration. During summer the beach is patrolled by the life saving club, making it a great option for a summer family outing. Located just near Beaumaris in Melbourne's south east, this sanctuary is 115ha. Bordered by jutting cliffs of sandstone which have been worn down into a series of platforms, sea caves and offshore reefs, this site is easily accessible for all. There are a range of habitats to explore including rocky sandstone intertidal and subtidal habitats, sandy beaches and subtidal soft substrates. Within the diverse range of habitats at this site, there are many plants and animals which can be found. Near shore, the rocks are covered with green and red algae which shelters a range of invertebrates including brittle stars, bristle worms and crustaceans. The surrounding sandy bottoms are covered by patches of seagrass which attract a range of fish species. In deeper waters, rock bommies are carpeted in either green Caulerpa or brown Sargassum, which hides many small animals. These rocks also attract fish species including Southern Hulafish, scalyfin and morwong. If you look carefully, you may be able to uncover one of the masters of disguise, a cuttlefish. These animals are experts at changing their colour and skin texture to conceal themselves. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.