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Port Macquarie, Australia Articles - Located about 400 kilometres north of Sydney on the New South Wales Central Coast lies one of the most diverse seaside destinations in Australia. Port Macquarie, with its population of 40 000 people, has everything you would want from a campervan tou
Traralgon, Australia Articles - The expansive Gippsland region covers most of eastern Victoria, stretching from the beaches and lakes of the southern coast right up to the snowfields of the Alpine National Park, encompassing rainforest, mountains, wide rivers and lush valleys.
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.
Gold Coast, Australia Articles - Having spent a decade living on the Gold Coast, I have a lot of favourite places. The best by far are the world class beaches sweeping the length of the coast. Imagine driving the beach strip in your own home on wheels, and once you have found a stre
Victoria, Australia Articles - On a sunny, calm day there is nowhere more beautiful than the Victorian Coastline to the west of Melbourne. The blue waters, pristine beaches and amazing limestone features are the picture of serenity, and images of them have graced coffee table book
Bowen, Australia Articles - The town of Bowen is situated on the Queensland coast in the northern parts of the Whitsunday region. As a tourist destination it's often overlooked in favour of its southerly neighbour, Airlie Beach, which is about a 45 minute drive down the coast.
Huon Valley, Australia Articles - Its spring time in the Huon Valley in Tasmania and there is that brisk chill in the air, enough to stand your arm hairs up but not enough to freeze you to the core. The heater in our hire car stabilises the temperature, and we can comfortably watch t
Sydney, Australia Articles - 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.
AC, Australia Articles - Just a bit of care and caution and a lot of planning can go a long way to ensuring your holiday doesnt devolve into a complete nightmare. A gadget like the Travel Planner can help give you peace of mind when you travel,
St Helens, Australia Articles - St Helens has a resident population of about 200 people, making it the largest town on the north east coast. Its reached by a scenic coastal drive from Hobart (250 kilometres), or an 150 kilometre drive east from Launceston. It was a fishing port
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