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Stepping Out in Sydney – Calendar of Cultural Events for 2013

Stepping Out in Sydney – Calendar of Cultural Events for 2013

Sydney 2013 Cultural Calendar credit: Linh_rOm In the past decade, Australia has emerged as one of the most important cultural hubs and economic powerhouses on the globe. It now plays host to some of the largest and most highly esteemed social events of the year, and has become a popular destination for travelers eager to […]

January 30, 2013 | By | Reply More
Guide to Planning a Road Trip to the Best Vineyards in Australia

Guide to Planning a Road Trip to the Best Vineyards in Australia

Too often, visitors to Australia see only the main attractions, missing the amazing views of the more rural countryside. One of the best ways to truly experience the sights, sounds, and flavors Australia has to offer, is to go on a vineyard themed road trip across the outback. Over the last decade, Australian wines have […]

December 24, 2012 | By | Reply More
Coober Pedy – Opal Capital of the World and Gem Of The Outback

Coober Pedy – Opal Capital of the World and Gem Of The Outback

Have you ever wondered where opals come from and how an opal is mined?  The South Australian Outback town of Coober Pedy is surely one of the country’s most unusual destinations on the planet.  Known as the ‘Opal Capital of the World’, there are much more than ‘gems’ to discover in this curious, quirky and […]

October 23, 2012 | By | Reply More
Top Day Trips From Sydney – Explore Mountains, Valleys, Vineyards and Tribal Lands

Top Day Trips From Sydney – Explore Mountains, Valleys, Vineyards and Tribal Lands

Sydney is a spectacular city that is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. It has attractions to entertain everyone from party going singles, to culture seekers and families.  But after you’ve roamed the city streets, don’t miss the opportunity to ‘go walkabout’.  The outskirts of Sydney offer fascinating landscapes and attractions that you’ll […]

July 13, 2012 | By | Reply More
Come Play In The Biggest Sand Box on Earth – Moreton Island Australia

Come Play In The Biggest Sand Box on Earth – Moreton Island Australia

Are you searching for a vacation option that leaves you with more than just a tan line? The unique holiday opportunities on offer at Australia’s beautiful Moreton Island provide visitors with unforgettable experiences and lasting memories.  Situated on the south-east coast of Queensland, Moreton Island is known as one of world’s largest sand islands and […]

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Visiting The Sydney Opera House – More Than Just Opera

Visiting The Sydney Opera House – More Than Just Opera

No trip to Sydney Australia is complete without enjoying a show at the Sydney Opera House. Whether you want to hear a musical performance, catch a comedy, or attend an Opera, the Sydney Opera House has it all.  The Sydney Opera House is as iconic to Sydney as the harbour bridge, and is perhaps the […]

May 15, 2012 | By | Reply More
An Abundance of Australia Travel Discounts for Savvy Seniors

An Abundance of Australia Travel Discounts for Savvy Seniors

Savvy ways to find travel discounts across Australia for senior travelers Australian senior citizens get great deals with their senior cards issued by the government, but so do non-citizen seniors who are travelling within the country. Savvy seniors travelling in Australia know how to find and get those deals. Ticket offices for cable cars, tourist […]

April 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
Discover Inverell Australia – Dig For Sapphires, Diamonds and Topaz Gems

Discover Inverell Australia – Dig For Sapphires, Diamonds and Topaz Gems

Inverell is an intriguing Australian town with a proud pioneering history. Perched along the Macintyre River, Inverell sits in-between Sydney and Brisbane in New South Wales.  Set in the New England Tablelands in NSW, this picturesque valley is well worth a visit. The Gaelic meaning of Inverell is: the meeting place of the swans. However, […]

April 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
Drive Through Paradise – Top Ten Sites Along The Sunshine Coast And Beyond

Drive Through Paradise – Top Ten Sites Along The Sunshine Coast And Beyond

The Queensland coast line, at around 2,500 kilometres long, offers incredible diversity for travellers keen to experience it all. With a catchline, “beautiful one day, perfect the next,” Queensland holidays are undeniably amazing. Starting in the south and heading north, here are the top ten destinations for things to do in Queensland to make the most of your next Australian driving adventure.

March 29, 2012 | By | Reply More
Australia’s Gold Coast – A Magnet For Beach Lovers And Sports Enthusiasts

Australia’s Gold Coast – A Magnet For Beach Lovers And Sports Enthusiasts

The Gold Coast of Australia is the adventure capital of Queensland. Situated close to the major cities of Sydney and Brisbane the area is a magnet for party goers. It is also a popular holiday destination for families who wish to visit the many theme parks in the region.

January 20, 2012 | By | Reply More
Best Backpacker Digs For Surfing in Australia

Best Backpacker Digs For Surfing in Australia

The backpackers you choose to stay at in Australia will have a big effect on the amount of partying and surfing you manage to fit in. These backpackers in Sydney, Brisbane, Byron Bay and on the Gold Coast have all been carefully selected for their surfboard hire and moonlight activity potential. The surfer’s choice hostel […]

January 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
8 Rockin’ Hostels That Treat You Like Family On Christmas & New Years Eve

8 Rockin’ Hostels That Treat You Like Family On Christmas & New Years Eve

Make the most of your end-of-year holidays and spend Christmas and New Year’s Eve abroad. As well as the big city celebrations around the world, some hostels have also arranged parties on-site to create a friendly and festive atmosphere. Party where you’re sleeping and there will be no expensive taxis home or late night waits for the bus.

December 16, 2011 | By | Reply More
Australia Beaches – Sydney to Melbourne

Australia Beaches – Sydney to Melbourne

Australia is famous for its beaches and with very good reason. They are some of the most beautiful and least crowded of any country, anywhere in the world. You don’t have to go far off the beaten track to get a stretch of warm golden sand all to yourself.

September 28, 2011 | By | Reply More
Qantas Does Dallas – New Nonstop Flights to Australia

Qantas Does Dallas – New Nonstop Flights to Australia

Anytime I can avoid a layover in LAX (my least favorite airport) it’s a great day.  That’ why I was so happy to hear that Qantas Airlines is beginning non-stop flights to Australia from Dallas Texas.  Beginning on May 16th.  Qantas will begin flying 4 weekly flights between Dallas and Brisbane with a connection to […]

April 22, 2011 | By | Reply More
Fly A "V"ery New Airline to Australia

Fly A "V"ery New Airline to Australia

Thanks to relaxed restrictions ushered in by the new Open Skies Agreement (see our post all about it), the Virgin group has announced a new airline to fly between the United States and Australia. “V Australia” will begin flying 10 weekly flights between Los Angeles and Sydney beginning on December 15, 2008 – just in […]

April 10, 2008 | By | Reply More
A Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb for Scardy Cats

A Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb for Scardy Cats

The idea of doing a Sydney Harbour Bridge climb is compelling – an adventure of a lifetime. Can’t you just picture yourself perched at the apex, arms stretched above your head waiving in triumph, with dramatic bay views extending out before you in all directions. The only elements I don’t care to think about is […]

March 27, 2008 | By | Reply More
Compare Ski Resorts Worldwide With Ease

Compare Ski Resorts Worldwide With Ease

It’s going to be a spectacular winter for skiing! (Well, in the United States anyway.) Your biggest challenge will be trying to decide between snow packed vertical runs and powdery lanes all the way from California to Maine. We’ve found a super website that makes choosing the right mountain a cinch. On The Snow has […]

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