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Tropical Cairns puts you in the ideal position to enjoy the splendor and beauty of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef on the planet, covering an amazing ...
The Great Barrier Reef (off the coast of north-east Australia) is the world's largest reef system – so big it can be seen from outer space - and one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It's ...
Cairns, in Queensland’s tropical north, while a great place to relax acts better as a hub for all the wonderful natural attractions in the region. From here, it is easy to take day trips to explore ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
This may be a bit obvious when out in stunning Cairns , but you must, must, must take at least one day-trip to the Great Barrier Reef !
Here you can engage in snorkeling or just lay out on the ...
Written by Kyle, USA, February 2013
Set at the end of a 5-mile long peninsula, Cape Kidnappers is arguably one of the most scenic points found along the North Island’s rugged east coast. Despite being only 12 miles from the city of ...
Written by koalakiss86, Australia, November 2010
Snorkelling or diving on the Great Barrier Reef at its best!!! Leaving from Townsville for a full day tour including lunch and around 4 hours actually in the water and if you want a complimentary ...
When to visit:
popular over summer, which in the southern hemisphere starts in December
and ends in late February. This is the best time to enjoy the famous
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2011
As most experienced travelers will tell you, running around Australia
is expensive. With the ever-growing value of the Australian dollar and
an expanding economy, moderate fiscal spending here ...
Rugged and rustic outdoors, pristine and tropical beaches, and quaint and cozy wine countries – Australia has all the romance one could dream for. A trip down under provides countless options for ...
Written by Jane Ormond, Australia, September 2011
Vast, lush Queensland
took quite a hit in January of 2011 when Cyclone Yasi descended and
floods turned streets into rivers. But they don’t call Queensland ‘the
Sunshine State’ for nothing. ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
To Queenslanders, summer means the beginning of the ‘wet’. Starting
in December and finishing at the end of February, the wet season brings
increased heat, humidity, rainfall and the occasional ...
offers unique opportunities to explore the incredible diversity of life
that lives in its surrounding ocean. In no other single country in the
world can you dive with whale sharks and ...
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