Great Walks of Australia: The Larapinta Trail (Part Two)

The Larapinta Trail is another of the Great Walks of Australia that we are currently running a blog series on.  Bushwalking is one of the adventures that Australia is known for, so we are highlighting some of the best ones. We just featured part one of the Larapinta Trail and today we have part two […]

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April 23rd, 2016

The Best Hotels for Art Lovers (Part One)

Mixing in a bit of art and culture into your Australian holiday isn’t always easy to plan. Unless of course you decide to stay at one of these hotels made for art lovers. When you hotel is practically an art gallery (or really is an art museum), you can see the magnificent pieces and enjoy […]

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March 12th, 2016
Hinchinbrook Island

Hinchinbrook Island National Park: Untouched Tropical Paradise

Hinchinbrook Island is located just off the coast of the northern Queensland town of Cardwell. It is in between Townsville and Cairns. It is about a two hour drive north of Townsville and two and half hours south of Cairns. At 393 square kilometres, it is Australia’s largest national park island and really is an untouched tropical paradise. The national park status means that the lush tropical greenery is protected and so are the animals that call the island and surrounding waters home. There are many amazing national parks in Queensland and we have already covered quite an impressive list of National Parks of Queensland including Girringun National Park which is adjacent to Hinchinbrook Island National Park on the mainland side plus all these beautiful places to visit:

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June 26th, 2015

Porcupine Gorge National Park and the National Parks of the Overlanders Way

We have been featuring some of the best national parks in Queensland and next on our list are Porcupine Gorge National Park and the other 2 National Parks of Overlanders Way: Dalrymple National Park, and White Mountains National Park. The 3 parks make for a fun camping holiday among nature in Northern Queensland.

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June 4th, 2015

Warrumbungle National Park Lets You Experience the Earth, Sun, Moon and Stars

Warrumbungle National Park is a favourite national park for both locals and visitors on holiday. It is a memorable place because you are likely to see a lot of different wildlife while there combined with the amazing scenic views and beautiful walks. It is definitely a great place for making memories that last a lifetime. The highlight of the park is the Warrumbungles, the mountain range and landscape formed by volcanoes that runs through it. The city of Coonabarabran is the gateway to the Warrumbungles.

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April 17th, 2015

Best Wedding Spots in Victoria

The state of Victoria is located on the southeast coast of Australia. Just off the shore is the Tasman Sea and the Indian Ocean. Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and the 2nd most populous capital in Australia. Victoria has much to offer with the metropolitan cityscape, coastline and beaches, and the Australian Alps and […]

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February 6th, 2015
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Best Scenic Drives in Australia: Darling River Run in NSW

Some of the best scenic drives mean that getting there is half of the fun of the trip. Australia has so many beautiful, scenic drives to offer because of the landscapes are so different and dramatic. The Darling River Run is a scenic drive in New South Wales that starts out in Walgett and travels southwest through New South Wales ending in Wentworth. It follows the Darling River through the outback. The stops along the way include the isolated port towns such as Bourke, Louth, Tilpa, Wilcannia, and Wentworth. Some of the must see stops on the Darling River Run include the Back O’Bourke Exhibition Centre, Trillby Station, Mungo National park, Willandra lakes Region World Heritage Area, the Living Desert Sanctuary, and Kinchega National Park.

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September 19th, 2014

Holiday Getaways near Perth and Surrounds

Perth is the capital of Western Australia and is a big city. Since Western Australia is mostly rugged and unsettled terrain, there is a host of places to visit near Perth that gives you a totally different experience. Whether you live in Perth and want to escape the metropolitan life on holiday, or want to […]

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September 5th, 2014