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Busselton River Resort
Located on the banks of the Vasse River and at the gateway to Busselton, Busselton River Resort is the perfect base from where you can explore the South West wineries, galleries and beautiful beaches.Busselton River Resort has rooms to suit couples, corporates and families and a Disabled Facilities family room.
River Lady Cruises
River Lady Cruises in Toms River, New Jersey, is an authentic reproduction of a 19th century paddle wheel riverboat and offers delightful cruises on Toms River and Barnegat Bay. A beautifully etched glass door welcomes you on board the upper deck of River Lady Cruises, the perfect spot for seeing the uniquely designed homes with beautiful gardens, as you gently cruise past. River Lady Cruises is an ideal, unique venue with a Victorian setting that lends itself perfectly for hosting private parties and many other special events, and the interior deck with a spacious dance floor, can accommodate up to 90 guests and has tables arranged to enable passengers to enjoy the splendid view while dining.
The Chilcotin is a place where streams and rivers score the land, slashing out amphitheatres filled with fantastic rock formations. Here Mt. Waddington rises 4016 meters. The jagged mountain peaks of the Chilcotin are covered in vast ice fields and wide alpine meadows, gradually softening into large valleys, gently rolling foothills, pine covered forests, lakes and rivers and the grasslands of the Chilcotin Plateau.
Murray River is a beautiful small village that offers flights on a sea plane, craft shops, restaurants, ice cream parlor, friendly people and one of the nicest 9 hole golf courses on PEI. Murray River is located 15 miles from the Northumberland Ferry and 90 miles from the Confederation Bridge and is on the South East end of PEI.
On the edge of the majestic Bay of Fundy. The exhilaration of sunrise, tranquility of strolling the beach and inspiration while walking quiet woodland trails awaits. Saint John, population 125,000, is the largest city in the Province of New Brunswick. The largest commercial port on the Bay of Fundy, it is home of the world's highest tides.
American River is a peaceful fishing village nestling into a hillside of native vegetation and located at the entrance to Pelican Lagoon, an aquatic sanctuary. The town looks across the bay to Eastern Cove. At night wallabies and possums can be seen. During the day scenic walks along the coast are enjoyed. Bird watchers delight in the numerous species of land and aquatic birds, including the beautiful and rare Glossy Black Cockatoo. Pelicans and black swans grace the shores. American River is famous for its fishing, with boating and sailing also favourite pastimes. The town has a boat ramp, barbeque and picnic facilities and fishing charters.
Kennett River is a small resort town surrounded by natural forest and wonderful bird and animal life. Kennett River Beach is located at the mouth of the river, and the small sand beach is surrounded by the road, rocks and reefs.
Haverfordwest owes its existence to its location on the River Cleddau which today flows through the centre of this bustling market town. It was the first place on the river which afforded a safe opportunity to ford the Western Cleddau, hence its name which is derived from the Old English word haefer, meaning buck or he-goat. It was the place where goats crossed the river.
Convenient and diverse! Diep River offers a wide selection of popular restaurants, friendly pubs and very interesting antique shops. Home to a growing number of office parks, Diep River offers a large number of residents the convenience of work near home opportunities. The Chelsea area is known for its pretty cottages and older homes which reflect the historical character of the suburb. Modern townhouse developments compliment the diversity of accommodation to be found. The Diep River and Constantia area merge together offering a wide price range and variety.
The town of Umkomaas on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast in South Africa, with its spectacular sea views, developed on a hill crowning the river's southern bank and became a premier holiday destination. Today, thanks to a shipping hazard and evidence of the havoc it s wreaked, the town's colonial-style architecture is 'base camp' for scuba divers from around the world. Five kilometres offshore from Umkomaas lies the internationally-renowned Aliwal Shoal - a fossilised sand dune of sponges, soft and hard coral - first spotted in 1849 but not adequately highlighted until after it sank the steamer Nebo in 1884.