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Little Thredbo Chalets
Lake Crackenback Resort is a Summer and Winter
holiday destination adjoining the Perisher Ski tube
station for winter and the Thredbo River for summer.
Enjoy the use of all year round facilities-golf course,
tennis, indoor pool, gym day spa, mountain biking
tracks, lake fishing and a 5 star restaurant. The Resort
comprises strata title units and chalets for solely private
use or placement in the management company’s rental
Units are a one bedder or a one + half bedder. They
are ideal for summer letting catering to guests for
weddings, conferences or couples escaping the city.
Neat and seductively furnished they offer the potential
for a great return on investment and a wonderful
Features include own balcony, drying cupboards,
owners storage, car parking, fully furnished and
magnificent views of the mountains.
Lake Crackenback Resort
New One Bedroom Units
www.fsre.com.au Phone 02 64572144
Autumn is the perfect season for road
trips and pub lunches. With so many
great towns and pubs only a short drive
from Canberra, you can eat and drink
your way across the countr yside.
Name: The George Harcourt Inn
Phone: 6230 2484
address: 3 Gold Creek Road,
While not strictly outside Canberra,
this award-winning pub in Gold Creek
deserves a mention.
The George Harcourt Inn is popular
with locals and interstate visitors.
The hospitality of publican Gil and
his crew is unsurpassed, offering free
champagne to mothers on Mother’s
Day and free soft drinks for designated
With two head chefs, one for lunch and
one for dinner, the food is much more
than standard pub fare.
Try the Guinness pie for a treat. Their
inherited English recipe is delicious. For
something different, go for the open
grill chicken burger – a marinated and
seared chicken breast with bacon, lettuce,
tomato, pineapple, swiss cheese, aioli and
Name: The Astor Hotel in Goulburn
Phone: 4821 1155
address: 93 Auburn Street, Goulburn
This family-owned pub offers a perfect
winter escape in Goulburn. Renovated in
2007, it has a great outdoor eating area.
The food at this pub is worth the drive.
Take your pick from woodfired pizzas or
ribs that are smoked in-house. Grab one
of their well-known ranch burgers, steaks
or popular chicken and bacon burger with
honey and mustard to enjoy by either of the
two fireplaces inside or in the courtyard.
With modern food and facilities with a
this autumn, indulge in
the somewhat forgotten
cuisine of the pub lunch.
By Laura MetHOrSt
dINe: enjoy delicious food at the George Harcourt in or at
other pubs around the countryside.
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