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, Australia Articles - The Outback can be an unforgiving place - journeys need to be planned, supply stocks need to be fuelled. Care and preparation is needed, but for all the effort the rewards come tenfold. And one stretch of highway where the rewards are exceptionally h
Riverland Country, Australia Articles - The fertile fields of the Riverland draw life from the long hours of sunshine falling on them and from the smooth flowing waters of the mighty Murray River- offering up a juicy bounty of grapes, citrus fruits, nuts and stone fruit.
Glenelg, Australia Articles - With balmy Mediterranean weather and incredible scenery, vineyards and art galleries, Adelaide and its seaside bring tourists from far and wide. The neighbouring city of Glenelg has become increasingly popular over the years with its Bay Discovery
Queensland, Australia Articles - There aren't too many destinations that cater to the perfect holiday anymore. Luckily for you then that the towns of Agnes Waters and The Town of 1770, nestled into a quiet corner of Queensland's Discovery Coast, offer all you ever needed in a quiet
, Australia Articles - Queenslands Sunshine Coast offers such a diversity of attractions and stunning natural beauty that you really need to set aside at least a week to explore this tropical paradise.
Fleurieu Peninsula, Australia Articles - The closest point of the Fleurieu Peninsula is just a short 40 minute drive away from Adelaide, but as the large expanse of this special part of South Australia opens up before you you will definitely want to drive on and explore more of it.
Rockingham, Australia Articles - They say Perth is the most isolated city in the world, a fact that gives the impression of a lonely city in the middle of nowhere, far from civilisation and any other vestiges of humanity. But in truth Perth's surroundings leave visitors spoiled for
Tasmania, Australia Articles - Tasmania is rich in secrets- around every corner of its historic towns are harboured stories and tales of years gone by. Its full heritage and lively history are indicative of its interesting past, a past just waiting to be explored
St Helens, Australia Articles - 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
, Australia Articles - Named by Captain James Cook in recognition of a religious festival, there does indeed seem to be something spiritual about the Whitsunday Islands. The peaks of mountains drowned by the rising ocean in ages gone by, the 74 islands lie off the Qld coas
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