Tag: nature in australia

10 Fantastic Day Trips from Brisbane

From the Story Bridge to Kangaroo Point Cliffs, to its many beach locations, there are plenty of great things to do in Brisbane. But Southern Queensland and Northern New South Wales is one of the most scenic and dynamic areas that Australia has to offer – and it would be…

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The Best Place to Dive the Great Barrier Reef for All Diving Abilities

Fancy visiting the Great Barrier Reef? You should do – it’s the largest living thing in the world, an underwater playground full of fish, turtles, sharks, coral and the occasional shipwreck. Stretching from the tip of Cape York to Bundaberg on the east coast of Australia, it mirrors the Queensland traveller…

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12 Things to Know Before Going on a Road Trip around Australia

There’s nowhere quite as perfect for road tripping as Australia. Its size means that you really feel like you’ve achieved something by driving from north to south or east to west; but there are enough stops on each road trip route to keep you inspired. It’s a perfect way of…

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A Perfect Itinerary for Australia’s Victoria Road Trip

A Victoria road trip is one of the most popular trips in Australia, especially if you’re living in Melbourne. Although the state is compact, it has some impressive natural beauty that is easily accessible from the state capital. Encompassing the spectacular coastline of the Great Ocean Road, over to the…

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East Coast Australia Road Trip Itinerary and Ultimate Guide

Show stopping beaches, charismatic little towns, eden-like national parks and unforgettable adrenalin filled activities mean it’s no wonder why the east coast of Australia is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. And it’s all relatively easy to explore; you just need a vehicle or a coach pass, a…

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Amazing Australian Outback Towns to Visit on an Aussie Road Trip

The Australian outback is one of the world’s last true wildernesses. It is a huge, desert terrain that stretches out over most of the country. It’s one of the globe’s most extreme climates, with temperatures topping 50 degrees Celsius, little rainfall, barren landscapes and plenty of red dirt. I find…

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Visiting Karijini National Park on a budget

Karijini National Park is a firm favourite on any Western Australia road trip itinerary. Full of delightful gorges, mesmerising trails and enchanting pools, Karijini will leave you mind-blown. Through all of my travels, Karijini is my favourite national park – and I have no doubt that you’ll love it too….

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