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Guide to Sale
Guide to Sale

Interesting places and facts about the city Sale in Australia

Sale, a small Australian Town with a population of 15 thousands is located 130 miles away from Melbourne, the capital of state of Victoria and the second largest city in the country. The first Europeans have settled on the territory of present-day Sale in 1844, and three years later opened a post station. The rapid development of Sale begins in 1851, when major gold deposits were discovered here. In 1878, the railway connects a small town with a population of 1600 to the capital of the State. The economy of modern Sale is now based on gas and oil producing industries. Throughout the years such companies as BHP Hilton and Esso Australia have attracted thousands of employees who today call Sale their home. Start your journey in Sale with an exploring Gippsland Lakes and local port providing access to the large lakes area that fall into the ocean at Lakes Entrance.
Nature's way%The Sale Botanic Gardens opened more than 150 years ago as 20 hectares of land is one of the most noticeable landmarks of Sale. Located near Lake Guthridge precinct, it attracts tourists and curious locals with his extensive grassed areas, picturesque gardens, paved walking zones as well as several playgrounds (Yes, you can go on a trip as a family with children). In addition to the typical Australian natural riches the Sale Botanic Gardens has to offer travelers convenient picnic zones, beautiful sculptures. Arts facility and even Lakeside Entertainment will be a pleasant surprise. Today, the territory of the Botanical Garden covers more than 5 hectares. At the same time, adjoining to the territory Lake Guyatt and Lake Guthridge cover more than 25 hectares. Smooth cycling route of about 15 km long placed around the picturesque city lakes will allow you to enjoy the exotic Australian views.
Despite being a small town Sale can provide guests with an impressive list of restaurants and pubs where they can have a great time and a good meal. Choice of one of the many cafes will depend entirely on your taste preferences and available funds. So, among the top rated restaurants in Sale are Redd Catt, Triple F Café, Wild Honey, Hunting Ground, and Centre Bakery. Although tourists and locals often call Mister Raymond the best café in the city. The top rated bistro located at the Gippsland's center invites guests to enjoy live music and taste traditional dishes prepared according to special recipes. Keep in mind that pizza night on Fridays is an event you can not miss!

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