Tag: Australia

Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is one of the most exclusive places in all of Australia. Home to only 400 people at any given time, Lord Howe Island remains one of Australia’s best kept secrets. It’s a premier holiday destination that is experienced by a few at a time and no one ever leaves the island without stories to tell for a lifetime. Here are some tales you can tell your friends and family about. 1) Mount Gower The tallest mountain on Lord Howe Island, it is also the supreme vantage point for gorgeous panoramic views of the island, ocean and...

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Australian Outback – The Best Choice for Backpackers?

Whether it’s for the sun, the sea, the animals or the spectacular views, dozens of backpackers flock to Australia every year. The backpacking industry is huge in the land of Aussies, with budget accommodation and various tours available but where exactly is the Australian Outback? Well, there is no precise location, but there are 6.5 million square kilometres of it (or 2.5 million square miles) and very few inhabitants. Getting Around Australia There is so much to see in Australia and deciding how to get around is a huge decision. There are many transport options, the principal option being...

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Visiting the Almost Twelve Apostles in South Victoria

We left Melbourne around 9:30 am on a slightly overcast but still hot and beautiful summer’s day. I was lucky enough to meet a really nice Scottish guy who also had a car and had offered to drive us along the Great Ocean Road to see the Twelve Apostles. There were two other guys with us, an Irish guy and a German guy. For those of you haven’t heard of this road it was built by the soldiers who returned from World War 1 and stretches for 150 miles along the coast making it the world’s largest war memorial....

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Off the Beaten Track in Australia

Australia is a great place to spend your holiday. There’s a wide range activities to do regardless of the season. Summer is the best time to visit the vineyards, beaches and national parks. Autumn in Australia is full of events like Formula 1 Grand Prix, fashion weeks and food and wine festivals. You can ski, snowboard or snorkel and dive during winter. It is also a great season to stay indoors and enjoy great wine while playing casino games. Spring is for diving, surfing, trekking and taking a tour to see the wildlife. Below are some of the best...

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