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Front Row Theatre Inc

Cnr Racecourse Rd and Rossiter Pde, Hamilton QLD 4007

Our aim is to mount 3 productions each year using Hamilton Town Hall as our home base.

We welcome new volunteers, whether experienced or novice. While many people think instantly of being on stage – and we do run open auditions wherever possible – there is always room for extra hands to design or construct sets or costumes, operate lights, crew a show or staff front of house. The good part is, if you volunteer with us, your commitment can be as extensive or as restricted as you choose.

We are also keen to support other community organisations so if you have a fund raising idea you think we can help you with, please make contact and we’ll see what we can do!

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Brisbane Cruises

664 - Hamilton QLD 4007

Captain Jim Kelly established the business in 1987, making Brisbane Cruises the oldest family business on the Brisbane River.

If you’re looking for a boat cruising adventure to explore Brisbane, Moreton Bay, St Helena Island Penal Settlement, Bribie Island or the Bremer River, look no further.  Our wealth of boating experience, detailed knowledge of waterways, regular maintenance of our boats and highly trained staff, means you can relax and enjoy the scenery while we take care of the behind the scenes details.  Jim shops at the local markets daily to ensure the food we serve is fresh and appetising.  Visit our website to discover more details about our regular day cruises and the many celebratory function events we specialise in.  

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Ella Bache - Hamilton

Shop 7, Portside Wharf, 39 Hercules Street, Hamilton QLD 4007

From Paris to Portside, a new world of Ella Baché has been created for you! Our relaxing salon is your personal paradise at Brisbane’s new international address Portside Wharf at Hamilton, home to Brisbane's International Cruise Terminal.

Jump ship from the old and into a peaceful new haven that will allow you to escape the daily grind. Whether it is a tan, waxing, manicure, facial or a luscious pamper package, male or female - we will put together a skin recipe that will give you “skin good enough to eat”. Non chip colour Bio Sculpture Gel Toes also available. Whatever the occasion, we can also cater for all your group or couple bookings with our gorgeous double room.

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Curringa Farm - Accommodation and Farm Tours

5831 Lyell Highway, Hamilton TAS 7140

Open daily for farm tours, meals and accommodation, Curringa Farm is located at Hamilton in Central Tasmania. Personalized day tour attractions offer groups and Self Drivers a unique view of an authentic Tasmanian farm. See working farm dogs, sheep shearing and environmentally friendly farming practices. Curringa Farm is only one hour from Hobart on the main highway to the west coast and close to Mt Field National Park and Russell Falls. Curringa Farm is eco Certified and covers 750 acres / 300 hectares. There are 3000 sheep, crops of poppies, cabbages and cereals. There is an intensive conservation program on the farm where visitors can learn about native plants, animals and their habitat requirements. The licensed centre caters for up to 100 people for lunches and teas. Open 364 days. Enjoy scotch fillet steak, cooked on the wood fired barbecue, hot new potatoes and salads in season, home made desserts, cakes and real coffee. Tasmanian wines, lanoline cosmetics and woolen products are available for purchase. Bookings are essential. Guests can relax overnight in one of three fully self contained Bed and Breakfast cabins with beautiful views. Your hosts, Tim and Jane Parsons are sixth generation Tasmanian farmers. Join them for an unforgettable visit to Curringa Farm, an excellent ecotourism experience.

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Jackson's Emporium

13 Franklin Place, Hamilton TAS 7140

Jackson's Emporium, at Hamilton, specialises in Derwent Valley products, cafe with local food, visitor information and accommodation. Hamilton is a classified historic town, an hour's drive northwest of Hobart (70 kilometres). Originally constructed in 1856 as the Hamilton Centre of Commerce, Jackson's Emporium now showcases choice Derwent Valley produce. Visit the Emporium's delicatessen and select from a range of locally produced food and fine Tasmanian wines. You can also browse through the Burl Shed, where a local artisan crafts hand carved bowls and other decorative and functional items from exquisite Tasmanian specialty timbers. At Jackson's Emporium you can also access visitor information services, business and Internet services, or even indulge in a luxurious massage. The Emporium also incorporates Hamilton Heritage Holiday Homes. The booking office can arrange accommodation in a local heritage cottage right in the heart of this charming and historic pastoral town.

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Prospect Villa and Garden

Hamilton Plains Road, Hamilton TAS 7140

Prospect Villa and Garden is at Hamilton along the Rivers Run touring route, about 60 minutes north of Hobart. You can walk in the romantic colour-blended gardens, abundantly planted in classic designs and admire the elegant early-colonial architecture of the villa with its mellow stone walls. Prospect Villa gardens demonstrate what can be created in a garden in a dry part of Australia. There are panoramic views of the surrounding valleys, rolling hills and sometimes snow-capped mountains. The live-in owners provide guided tours of the heritage-listed villa and gardens. Open daily 1000 to 1600 September to April (other times by arrangement). Admission: AUD5 per person.

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Palma Rosa

9 Queens Road, Hamilton QLD 4007

The elaborate Palma Rosa rose up among the slab huts and shanties of a fast growing city of new and freed settlers in 1887. Originally built as a grand private home by notable Italian architect, Andrea Stombuco, Palma Rosa has seen many interesting inhabitants during its 120 years. It now serves as the Headquarters to Queensland Branch of The English Speaking Union who welcomes the public for tours, hosts events and provides travellers' accommodation.

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Hamilton Art Gallery

107 Brown St, Hamilton VIC 3300

Hamilton Art Gallery is famous for its outstanding international collections of fine and decorative arts. The Shaw Bequest featuring 800 items of English and European silver, glass and porcelain reflects the collecting interests of Herbert and May Shaw of 'Kiama' near Hamilton. This generous bequest made in 1957 was the beginnings of a collection that now includes over 7500 items. Australian paintings include important colonial art of the Western District by Louis Buvelot, 'Wannon Falls', Thomas Clark, 'Muntham' and Nicholas Chevalier, 'Mt Abrupt' painted soon after pastoral settlement. Recent artists represented include Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd, Justin O'Brien, John Olsen, Tim Storrier, Howard Arkley, Tim Maguire and Kathleen Petyarre. William Hogarth (1697-1764) is represented in our extensive print collection by his well known satirical suites of amusing moral tales. Hamilton is an important cultural and education centre. The Gallery's unique collection offers a stimulating experience for all visitors and is an excellent resource for students of art and history. The permanent collection is complemented with a program of temporary exhibitions.

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Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum

Cnr Ballarat Road and Riley Street, Hamilton VIC 3300
The Sir Reginald Ansett Transports Musems is dedicated to the transport and tourism pioneer Reg Ansett, who commenced his transport business in Hamilton, Victoria in 1931. The museum is based on the Ansett company's original aircraft hanger, which has been relocated to Hamilton and displays a collection of over 1000 objects from throughout the history of Ansett Airlines.
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Pierrepoint Wines Cellar Door

271 Pierrepoint Rd, Hamilton VIC 3300
Pierrepoint Vineyard is located at the foothills of Mount Pierrepoint between Hamilton and Tarrington in the beautiful Western District of Victoria. This family owned and operated vineyard, cellar door and Bed & Breakfast has been a Tarrington tourist stopover since 2000. The Cellar Door is generally opened most days unless the closed signs appear on the highways.
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Eat Street Markets

Macarthur Avenue, Northshore, Hamilton QLD 4007
Eat Street Markets operate every Friday and Saturday night 4-10pm and Sunday through winter only from 10-3pm at Northshore on Hamilton Wharf (right next to Portside) with delicious international street food, ice cold wine, boutique beers and live entertainment. Eat, shop and play in the best atmosphere on the Brisbane River.
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The Exchange Hotel - Beaumont

146 Denison Street, Hamilton NSW 2303
Located next to Beaumont Street, one of Newcastle's most multicultural centres for cafes and dining, the Exchange Hotel offers an array of events with live bands and salsa dancing. The Exchange Hotel's Italian Trattoria Restaurant serves authentic Italian meals, as well as all of your traditional pub favourites. The Exchange prides itself on offering a variety of dishes, that are prepared from the freshest ingredients, that leave all of your senses happy!

Hamilton Agricultural Show

Hamilton Showground, Hamilton TAS 7140
Experience country life with a carnival atmosphere at the Hamilton Agricultural Show - a country show with camp drafting, shearing competition, show jumping, dressage, wool and stud beef exhibition. The day will also include a prime lamb competition, home industries and animal nursery. There will be plenty of food available including a barbecue, afternoon and morning teas, food vans, ice-cream, game meats and oriental food. The Central Highlands Poetry Competition will take place as well as a number of displays and sideshows will also be happening on the day. A great day out for the entire family at the Hamilton Agricultural Show!...

Hamilton & Grampians Visitor Information Centre

86 Hamilton Place, Hamilton VIC 3300
Hamilton was Victoria’s first area of pastoral settlement, and today it remains the heartbeat of a thriving farming district. Nestled in a peaceful valley surrounded by rich grazing land, the regional city retains the feel of a grand old country town. Picturesque church spires, parks and gardens and historic stone buildings reflect a proud and prosperous wool growing heritage. A vibrant arts scene, retail shopping precinct, gourmet food and wine, and stylish accommodation add modern day appeal. The area’s magnificent outdoors with its ancient volcanoes, tranquil lakes and waterfalls showcases nature at its best. Hamilton is a vibrant place to live, work, learn and visit. The city boasts a diverse industry base that includes Tourism, Retail, Agriculture, Education, Health Services, Manufacturing, and Mining. Relax, enjoy, discover and delight in the gentle buzz of Hamilton. The true essence of country Victoria. Drop into the Hamilton and Grampians Visitor Information Centre, identified by the distinctive blue and yellow i logo, for the most up-to-date information....

Hamilton On Track Market

Hiller Lane, Hamilton VIC 3300
Come along and enjoy the family atmosphere of the 'On Track Market' with a range of outside stalls set in the idyllic location of the Hamilton Pastoral Museum with plenty of parking available. With a variety of handmade crafts, soaps, condiments, honey, clothing, candles, bric-a-brac, home baking, food and wines and fresh fruit and vegetables. Train rides, pony rides and a jumping castle provide entertainment for the kids....

Hamilton Harness Racing, November

Caldows Road, Hamilton VIC 3300
Harness racing has been part of the Australian sporting calendar for 150 years now, and it becomes a bigger industry year on year. In Australia, there are 91 harness racing tracks holding nearly two thousand meetings per year. Around 5000 standard bred horses are foaled and registered each year, and the sport features nearly 3000 drivers across the country, with 4000 registered trainers. Join for a day of Harness Racing, fun for the whole family....

Boomers Guest House Hamilton

1 Uren Court, Hamilton VIC 3300
Boomers Guest House Hamilton is situated in a quite location close to the town centre and offer comfortable basic budget accommodation at a very reasonable price for the prudent budget conscious traveller. Boomers Guest House has ten rooms ranging from queen bedrooms to family room options. There are no ensuite rooms. Separate bathrooms for male, female and disabled guests are just a short walk down the hallway. All rooms have flat screen televisions. All guests have the shared use of the full kitchen and coin operated laundry both located within the same building. You have the option of cooking your own meals which may help reduce your overall travelling costs. Facilities are ideal for sporting and special interest group getaways up to twenty two people. Boomers Guest House Hamilton is non smoking accommodation and does not allow pets. Free off street car parking. Boomers Guest House is where you can save on room costs to spend on food and fun....

Eat Street Markets

221 Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton QLD 4007
Eat Street Markets operate every Friday and Saturday night from 4.00pm to 10.00pm, and Sunday through winter only from 11.00am to 3.00pm at Northshore on Hamilton Wharf (right next to Portside) with delicious international street food, ice cold wine, boutique beers and live entertainment. Eat, shop and play in the best atmosphere on the Brisbane River. Entry fee is AUD2.50 for adults, children 12 and under free....

National Rod Rumble Vintage Rod Run

North Boundary Road, Hamilton VIC 3300
The Triple SSS for street stocks is a long running local event with a strong history of producing good hard competition and attracting drivers from all over Victoria and South Australia. For the second year in a row, the event has been included on the National Street Stock Series trail, and a few more interstate visitors expected for the event. The National Rods are making a welcome return to Hamilton after a very lengthy absence and their V8 action will be a highlight of the night. A fun night out for speedway fans and families with a passion for motor sport action....

Hamilton Harness Racing, December

Caldows Road, Hamilton VIC 3300
Harness racing has been part of the Australian sporting calendar for 150 years now, and it becomes a bigger industry year on year. In Australia, there are 91 harness racing tracks holding nearly two thousand meetings per year. Around 5000 standard bred horses are foaled and registered each year, and the sport features nearly 3000 drivers across the country, with 4000 registered trainers. Join for a day of Harness Racing, fun for the whole family....

Newcastle Speech Pathology

52 National Park St, Hamilton NSW 2303