Last week we did a feature on things to do in Australia in winter and we highlighted five different things to do including relaxing in Noosa, Kakadu National Park, winter festivals, whale watching in Hervey Bay and skiing in the mountains. Today, we have 5 more things to do in Australia in winter: Christmas in July, The Great Barrier Reef, Hobart, Swimming with Whale Sharks, and a Top End Road Trip. Continue reading

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We just told you about free things to do while on holiday in Melbourne. Well what about extending your Melbourne holiday to the outskirts and surrounds of Melbourne? We’ve got you covered with more free things to do around Melbourne to make for an amazingly economical holiday or maybe just a weekend getaway from one of the most expensive cities in the world. That’s right Melbourne is known as one of the most expensive cities in the world. However, that doesn’t mean there is any shortage of free or low cost things to do while visiting Australia’s financial centre and the finance capital of the Asia-Pacific region. Continue reading

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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 visit the city and experience a mix of both, there is a great variety of things to do including beaches, islands, mountains, valleys, caves, national parks, forests, and much more. We already covered things to do in Perth and even covered a special post on free things to do in Perth, now we are showcasing the nearby towns and cities and their diversity. There are a host of other nearby destinations that are just a short drive from Perth where you can see the country and experience nature, swimming, fishing, camping, hiking, and bush walking. Continue reading

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