We have been featuring things to do in Australia during the winter time. Winter in Australia is filled with festivals that make for great things to do on holiday or just with friends all over the country. We told you about some of the winter festivals in our feature on Things to Do in Australia in Winter, but now we will go into more detail about upcoming festivals still happening this winter. Continue reading

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It’s winter time in Australia and that means vacationers can experience a variety of weather options for your holiday from warm and relaxing beach stays, to whale watching, to snow-filled mountain getaways. We have already told you about many different winter holiday adventures over the past couple weeks. In part one of Australian Winter Escapes, we told you about whale watching in Hervey Bay, Christmas in July in the Blue Mountains, the Margaret River Wine Region, and warming up in the tropical north in Kakadu National Park. In part two of Australian Winter Escapes, we highlighted winter in Canberra, the Whitsunday Islands, Hobart Tasmania, and ski resorts. In part three on Winter in Australia, we featured winter festivals like Vivid Sydney, Arnhem Land’s Garma Festival, the Darwin Beer Can Regatta, Canberra’s Fireside Festival, and the Camel Cup in Alice Springs. That brings us here to part four on our Winter Escapes of Australia, where we will be telling you more about winter festivals, all located in Tasmania. We will be featuring the Huon Valley Mid-Winter Festival, the Chocolate Winterfest, the Festival of Voices, and Dark Mofo. Read on to learn more about what fun things you can do in Tasmania this winter. Continue reading

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Winter in Australia offers up a host of different things to do and something for everyone whether you like the beaches, the tropics, the mountains, or the whales. Winter also means fun festivals across the country. Today, we will be highlighting Vivid Sydney, Arnhem Land’s Garma Festival, Darwin Beer Can Regatta, Canberra Fireside Festival, the Imparja Camel Races, and Byron Writers Festival. Continue reading

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