Budget Blog - Dancing - Featured

Uluru-Ayer’s Rock

One single piece of sandstone, formed millennia ago from sediments laid down when central Australia was part of the great inland sea. Pressed, and pressed, and pressed; then, with a shift in the earth’s crust, tipped on her side and thrust upward until her nose peeked out of the soil, a giant tunneling mole just breaking the surface, extending 6.5 km below the surface. Uluru. Ayer’s Rock.

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December 10th, 2013
Budget Blog - Kangaroo Island Feature

Hop on Over to Kangaroo Island

Just a quick ferry ride away from the South Australia mainland is Kangaroo Island. Adelaide  is the closest main city to Kangaroo Island. There is a Kangaroo Island Ferry that operates daily and takes passengers from Cape Jervis on the mainland across the 13.5 km trip to the east end of the island where it […]

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November 18th, 2013