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Articles Australia - Regarded as the gateway to Australia, Sydney is usually the first port of call for visitors to the country. As the plane descends into the New South wales capital, most will have to pinch themselves to make sure they are not dreaming.
Articles Alabama - Cheaha State Park is a veritable outdoor playhouse that calls for repeat trips. Cheaha contains Alabama's highest peak, Mount Cheaha, which at 2,407 feet is the state's closest rival to Alaska's Denali.
Articles Australia - It doesn't matter if you are travelling from Ayers Rock, Adelaide, Darwin or Tennant Creek, all roads lead to Alice Springs. and with two majestic ranges on either side it is so worth exploring the wilderness just outside the city.
Articles Colorado - Colorado offers 33,143 acres of ski terrain (excluding backcountry acreage). Though the state offers year-round entertainment for the outdoor lover, winter is the specialty here.
Articles Australia - Mt Gambier, regional centre of the Limestone Coast in South Australia and second largest city in the state, is a unique holiday destination if ever there was one. It is set in an ancient volcanic landscape of lakes, sinkholes, underground waterways
Articles Australia - The wide expanse of the Murray River flows past sedately, lazily making its way to the ocean. The setting sun reflects orange off its still surface, broken only by the fishing line and float that you have thrown out in hope of catching an elusive Cod
Articles Australia - Whether you love them, hate them or are one of them, backpackers are an essential part of the tourism industry. Australia has been a staple favourite of backpackers for decades. The solid infrastructure, the political stability, the friendly people-
Articles Australia - Yamba is one of my favourite places to visit, and tucked away like a hidden jewel of northern New South Wales, it offers something for everyone with its blend of panoramic scenery and perfect weather.
Articles Namibia - The Namib Desert stretches almost 2,000km from the Orange River on the southern border with South Africa.
Articles Australia - The beauty of the Tasmanian countryside is the feeling of isolation you get there. Gazing out over some of the mountains, forests and lakes its hard to remember that we live in an industrialised world filled with billions of people.
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