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6 of the Absolute Best Melbourne Kids Attractions | Family Fun in Melbourne Guaranteed!

When I think of Melbourne, three things pop out into my mind! The sensational cafe culture & the bright colourful streets adorned with graffiti and art, and of course the iconic big wide open smiling mouth of Luna Park! Whilst there are loads of...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Dec 7, 2016

Walking on Sunshine with Lucy, Ethel and a Winner...

Good Afternoon!I am signing back in from Sydney with a view to the Harbour Bridge.I snapped this pic on my morning walk.I love this time of year...when the Jacaranda trees start to burst with beautiful lavender blooms.Springtime in Sydney i...
by Collage of Life on Nov 2, 2016

Don’t Leave Fraser Coast Without Doing These Things

Located in the state of Queensland, Fraser Coast is an area of the local government encompassing some of the most intriguing natural encounters of the world. This place in the Wide Bay-Burnett region comprises old rain-forests, tranquil hinterlands a...
by World Tourism Forum on Oct 27, 2016

Visiting Australia for the First Time? Here are a Few Tips.

In another few weeks, Australia will be entering its peak travel season. Millions of visitors from North America, Europe, Asia, and other parts of the world will flock to the land down under in search of their own adventures – whether its food, wil...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 26, 2016

Events On August 2016 In Hervey Bay

Many events are held in the month of August in 2016 in Hervey Bay. Given below are some of them, which have already taken place as well as a few upcoming events which you will surely enjoy. Annual Fraser Island Tailor Season Weigh-In This event was h...
by World Tourism Forum on Aug 10, 2016

Travel Australia in Style with These Hints

Photo source: PixabayAustralia is known for being a popular country for backpackers. People travel the country on a shoestring budget, managing to do it even with the high cost of living. Many people stay for a year or more on a working holiday visa.
by Wanderful Experience on May 15, 2016

Great Ocean Walk – A Beautiful Way to Experience the Twelve Apostles

We had always wanted to see Australia's Great Ocean Road, but we had no idea that you could do a Great Ocean Walk instead! At first we were worried that we'd be missing out. Would a scenic drive be better? Would we be missing a lot of the stunning co...
by theplanetd on May 3, 2016

7 reasons why Cairns should be on your bucket list

    Australia is always a must visit destination in any traveller’s bucket list. Every corner of the land down under has goodness to offer to its visitors like the breathtaking Cairns. Cairns is a city in North Queensland that is cons...
by Larger Family Life on Mar 30, 2016

Things to do in Brisbane – Everything You Need to Know

Thirteen years ago we met our friend Duncan on a slow boat to Thailand. He was a fun loving Aussie and we've been good pals ever since. We met up once before when we were touring the Gold Coast of Queensland, but this year, we finally got the chance...
by theplanetd on Mar 8, 2016

Looking For a Farmstay Accomodation in Victoria?

Botanica Bed and Breakfast is situated at 55 Gwenmarlin Road, Flinders on Morington Peninsula. This environment friendly farmstay accommodation in Victoria has many cheezeries and wineries in close proximity. High privacy and isolation for couples ar...
by World Tourism Forum on Feb 15, 2016

What to do in Melbourne, 11 Things to do in The Coolest City in Australia

It is said that Melbourne is the coolest city in Australia. After visiting Melbourne we agree! Melbourne has been named the most liveable city in the world but it is also an excellent tourist destination as well. A superb jumping off point for explor...
by theplanetd on Feb 11, 2016

3 Things That You Can Still See And Do This Summer 2016 In Victoria

If you live in Victoria there are many things that you can still see and do this summer. To know what they, start reading this. Anglesea Music Festival You are surely going to love this summer in Victoria if you are fond of music festivals. Anglesea...
by World Tourism Forum on Jan 18, 2016

What to do on Christmas Day in Australia

I had a great question sent to me about what there is (and isn’t) ‘to do’ over the Christmas holidays in Australia.
by World Tourism Forum on Dec 23, 2015

Paradise in North Queensland

The Greyhound, one of the most popular ways to travel Australia, does the famous East Coast route. Many of you who have taken this bus route will know the mass amount of people who get on and off at Cairns, Airlie Beach, and Rainbow Beach; the three...
by Marie Away on Oct 12, 2015

Different Types of Accommodations in Australia

Hotels Hotels are commercial establishments that provide lodging, meals as well as a plethora of guest amenities, facilities and services. It’s a must for hotels to have at least 6 letting bedrooms, among which 3 must have attached private bath...
by World Tourism Forum on Sep 9, 2015

Places You Must Visit During Your Stay In Victoria

Situated on the south-eastern part of Australia, Victoria is that state of the continent which provides a soulful history, culinary excellence and stirring wilderness. Filled with a wide range of attractions that can leave you awestruck, the region a...
by World Tourism Forum on Sep 8, 2015

Dunes of Fraser Island

Hiking through sand is a devilish thing. Your heels sink down with every step and soon your ankles are moaning from the extended and unrelenting angle of uphill motion. An hour feels like an eternity. An eternity of wondering if anyone ever thought t...
by Marie Away on Jun 24, 2015

Underwater World, Mooloolaba

With only a short time left on the Sunshine Coast, I thought we had better tick off some of the To Do places – like Underwater World. Earlier this week we took Isla to see the fishies and watch the seals followed by fish and chips at the spit.
by Strayed from the Table on Jun 5, 2015

New Zealand and Australia, Oceania Adventure

The Happy Nomad The continent of Oceania consists of Australia, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand, as well as the coral and volcanic islands of Micronesia, Polynesia and Melanesia, in the Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is a... by Rick Carassai...
by The Happy Nomad on Jun 1, 2015

The Best Routes To Drive Across Australia

If you drive across Australia, it will gives you different experiences and perspectives than you travel via flight. You can experience expansive wildernesses, deserts, unique rock formations, over 10,000 beaches, mountain ranges and subtropical fore...
by Sunshine Kelly on May 3, 2015


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