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Things to do in Swan Hill

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Ranked #1 of 7 attractions in Swan Hill
Category: Museums
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Category: Art Galleries
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Owner description: Andrew Peace wines is a family owned winery and vineyard located on the banks of the Murray River in PIangil 41km north of... more » Owner description: Andrew Peace wines is a family owned winery and vineyard located on the banks of the Murray River in PIangil 41km north of Swan Hill on the Murray Valley Highway. Cellar door sales and tastings are open on weekdays and Saturday afternoons. With great coffee and ample parking for caravans we also have a wonderful picnic area. « less
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Ranked #6 of 7 attractions in Swan Hill
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Owner description: Pioneer Animal Nursery Inc (PANI) Is a baby Animal Nursery Located in Swan Hill at the Showground s at the corner McCallum... more » Owner description: Pioneer Animal Nursery Inc (PANI) Is a baby Animal Nursery Located in Swan Hill at the Showground s at the corner McCallum And High street We invite you to come along and meet and hold our baby animals. We have lambs, goats, piglets, ducks, rabbits, quails, gunnie pigs, calves and chickens. This is fun for the whole family children and adults alike. We are open 10am-3pm Tuesday to Friday (Closed Mondays) The entry cost is $2.00 per person. We are a not for profit organisation so your entry goes to looking after the animals (food, medicine & the straw / bedding) Off street parking avalible from McCallum St PANI provides young people training in Certificate 1 Work Education and job opportunities for young people. « less
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