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Adelaide is one of the best planned cities in the world. Adelaide is a thriving city with plenty of attractions, Adelaide restaurants, entertainment and a good base for exploring the surrounding areas.
Sydney offers the selective traveller a wealth of sightseeing choices, and diversity of caravan / holiday parks suitable for all types of travel, whether an overnight stay through to a home away from home.
The farthest situated town on the New South Wales coast could be seen as a grandiose effort to impress visitors and ensure they never leave the state for its northerly neighbour. Tweed Heads is a lush mixture of green rainforest and picture-perfect
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.
'Crossing the Nullarbor', as its referred to, may not be for the faint hearted, but its seen as the ultimate way to experience the Australian outback without completely surrendering yourself to the elements. The road is excellent the whole way throug
With five children ranging from four through to sixteen, I have experienced some of the best and worst of travelling with children. Tempting as it often is to postpone our annual trips away together, albeit with backseat fights, clothing of every
The centre of Australia is dominated by millions of square kilometres of sunbaked red earth, punctuated irregularly by geological features that vary in their degree of spectacle from interesting to completely mind blowing. Modern tourists seem to be
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.
The World Heritage area that covers some 20 per cent of Tasmania is at it's most wild and beautiful on the island's West Coast. Here the thundering waves of the Southern Ocean and the uninhabited rocky shores meet each other head on, as unpredictable
A tour through the north east of Tasmania is a journey through a kaleidoscope of colour. Inland there are the lush green rolling fields and the dark pine forests, punctuated by the purples and yellows of the fields of poppies and lavenders that flowe
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