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Adelaide, Australia Articles - 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.
Adelaide Hills, Australia Articles - So Adelaide isnt the craziest city in the world, but as in all urban conurbations there is still that general busy vibe produced by lots of people around you are going about their daily nine to five. It never becomes too overpowering in Adelaide howe
Charters Towers, Australia Articles - Charters Towers is unpretentious and everything Australian, formally the second largest city in Queensland. Easily reached, just over an hour south west from Townsville, it is perfect as a base to discover more of the golden surrounding countryside,
Cairns, Australia Articles - A tropical haven of sandy beaches, palm trees, reef islands and rainforests, Cairns is the perfect location for a Queensland holiday. The benefits of travelling by campervan go on and on, the most obvious being you have the freedom to pack up and go
AC, Australia Articles - '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
Gosford, Australia Articles - Gosford is a city with everything, and an ideal destination if you have Sydney on your itinerary but don't want to stay in the city. Located just 88 kilometres north from the capital and a short drive from popular Newcastle, Gosford has the diversity
Murrylands, Australia Articles - 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
AC, Australia Articles - We've all seen the adverts. First theres a close up of a bronzed beauty in a white bikini sashaying down the beach, her damp, sun-kissed locks bouncing from side to side with each step. Then the camera zooms out to a wide angle shot of the dazzling w
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
Esperance, Australia Articles - Its called the 'Secret South'- the length of Western Australian coastline next to the Southern Ocean that until recently has been largely ignored by the tourist masses. But as travellers get more intrepid and even the most far flung places become
Murray River, Australia Articles - The Riverland in South Australia seems almost like it could be custom designed for a campervan holiday. Picture this: rolling countryside divided into a patchwork of lush orchards, where exotic fruits such as olives, citrus, garlic, apricots and grap
Glen Innes, Australia Articles - Draped in a quilt of green meadows and lush forests, the rolling hills stretch to the horizon where they join with the clear blue sky to create a contrast of colours as interesting as the history of this lush region. This is the countryside on the no
Nagambie, Australia Articles - Nagambie is just a 135 kilometre drive from Melbourne, which will take you about an hour and forty minutes. Its close enough for a day trip if you leave early, but its more of a weekend retreat- you'll need a night or two to fully appreciate your get
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.
Whitsunday Coast, 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
Tasmania, Australia Articles - 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.
Kings Canyon, Australia Articles - 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
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