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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
, Australia Articles - The ultimate escape to the green rolling hills of the Adelaide hinterland can not only be discovered by campervan, but also by foot along South Australia's famous Reisling Trail. This lush walk amongst the grapes and stakes of the wine trail is not f
Coober Pedy, Australia Articles - The centre of Australia is an extreme place. The blistering dry sun and the harsh climatic conditions have fashioned a desert landscape in which only the hardiest can survive. Yet there is something about deserts that is very enticing, something that
Apollo Bay, Australia Articles - The scenic delights of the Great Ocean Road in Victoria are well known to campervan travellers who traverse its length in droves, taking in the stunning ocean views, weird geological formations and thick forest.
Perth, Australia Articles - This travel report descriptes a trip from Perth to Darwin with a 4WD vehicle and tent.
, Australia Articles - Think of Australian holidays and images of beaches, islands, the outback and possibly a few jumping kangaroos come to mind. Think of Australian people and an image of a weather beaten bloke in a cowboy hat is probably the first caricature to spring u
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
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
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