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One of Tasmania’s most enduring drawcards is its pristine beauty and stunning landscapes, protected in some of Australia’s best-loved national parks. Tasmania’s bushwalking, cycling, rafting and ...
If you love clifftop walking with beautiful beaches and bays between, you'll love this walk. It kicks off at Bondi Beach near Icebergs (that's the big pool on the south end of the beach). From here ...
Ayers Rock (Uluru) is one of the most spiritual, awe-inspiring sights in the world. Set in a land of art and folklore, it's a truly unique place. This three-day itinerary will help you explore it ...
The Australian island state of Tasmania is celebrated for its pristine wilderness, attracting nature lovers and bushwalkers from all over the world. In fact, Tasmania’s entire wilderness heart is ...
The Australian Outback – it's one of those mystical, legendary places, heavy with folklore and otherworldly sights. The most famous of them all would have to be Ayers Rock (Uluru). It is truly ...
Kings Canyon is one of Australia’s most legendary outback locations. Its palm-fringed waterholes, red gorges and eerie sandstone domes are ringed by walking tracks and camel trails for stupendous ...
If you’ve come to Sydney, then you’re thinking big city, and you’re thinking big beach. You want to know what’s what. Well, here’s the long and the short of what to expect. Sydney’s premier ...
An annual public exhibition of sculptures (late October - early November) along the coastal walk between Bondi Beach and Tamarama. And it is FREE!
An hour or so south of Sydney, the new Sea Cliff Bridge is a great option for a day trip from Sydney. The bridge replaces a road which was often closed due to rock falls and (worse) subsidence ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, June 2012
possesses natural beauty that even ‘non-outdoorsy’ people can
appreciate. As an island country, the coastline – either rugged and
rocky or smooth and sandy – stretches for ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
We’ve all heard of Australia ’s most famous natural icons such as Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the Great Barrier Reef . Take a journey around Australia as we list some of the country’s not quite ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, February 2013
To say that beer in Australia is kind of a big deal might be considered an understatement. If there is anything I’ve learned in my nearly 4 years of living in Sydney, it is that the drink of choice ...
Written by Emma, Australia, April 2012
To visit Australia and not visit Uluru (Ayers Rock) would be like bypassing London on a visit to England
(excepting the fact that Uluru is Australia’s most recognisable natural
icon, and ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, December 2012
With the general definition of the Outback being any area outside of the urban areas of Australia ,
the Outback is composed of thousands of miles of land with no exact
dimensions. Covered in red ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, July 2012
Travelers to Australia often make the mistake of bypassing Canberra
since it is seen more as the nation’s capital and not as much as a
travel destination for exploring. Wise travelers ...
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