Four Festivals For The Second Half Of 2015!

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Australia is a culturally diverse country, brimming with an array of wondrous sights and activities. But there’s no better way to get a unique insight into Australian culture than to attend one of our many fascinating festivals. Boasting everything from scrumptious delicacies to …

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2015 Adelaide Fringe Festival Delivers $68.8 Million Boost To SA Economy!

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For those interested in the business of tourism, today’s big news came out of Adelaide. According to organisers of the famous Fringe festival, the event delivered a staggering $68.8 million worth of business to the state’s coffers! Festival chairman David …

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Get Your Groove on With Groovin the Moo 2015

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Australia is well-renowned for hosting a myriad of unique and exciting music festivals that promise to offer some of the best international lineups available, while also providing plenty of true blue Aussie festival shenanigans. One such festival on the very near horizon …

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Road Tripping Through Country Australia

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Road tripping in Australia is a mandatory activity for any traveller in the country. Travelling by car, anchored to the Earth of this vast, expansive land provides perspective unattainable by any other mode of transport. By being connected to the ground, you are …

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Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival 2014

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When travelling across Australia, it goes without saying that spectating a live sport game is an absolute essential on the list of things to see and do. Whether it be an AFL game in Melbourne, a football match in Sydney …

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Spontaneously Travel in Australia this Christmas Period

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This Christmas and New Year period is the ideal time to spontaneously travel in Australia to one of its glorious locations purely on a whim. Travelling in Australia is so cheap, easy and worthwhile, it makes you wonder why anyone …

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Hot Air Ballooning at the Grand Hotel Melbourne

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“I don’t do mornings, she slurred. “God Almighty! It’s not even dawn!” “Get up, come on. It’ll be worth it. Trust me.” Brian and his girlfriend were staying at the Grand Hotel Melbourne. It had been Brian’s idea. A weekend …

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Experiencing Australia’s Aboriginal Heritage

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Australia’s Aboriginal heritage is an imperative aspect of the country’s history and culture. When travelling to Australia, visitors often discount the importance of Aboriginal culture to the development of the country’s present day values and traditions. Similarly, many Australians bypass …

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Limestone Coast – Road Trip off the Beaten Track

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Australia is swarming with incredible, world renowned locations that cause people from all over the globe to trek to our shores. Australia is just as abound with areas that are not so well known but are just as stunning – …

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Travel Jobs In Australia

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Living in Australia, there is too much culture, history and beauty to be ignored. Despite living in the country itself, Australians very rarely see what this wonderful land downunder has to offer. We’ve got everything from tropical rainforests and glorious …

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Pre- and Post-Travel Medical Check Ups

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One of the most essential preparatory requirements for journeying overseas is to ensure you complete the necessary travel medical check ups both before and after a trip. Because we are accustomed to our country of origin’s climate and environment, changing …

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Caravanning Around Australia

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Seeing the intricate, isolated little corners and crevices of the country is one of the most exciting aspects of travelling around Australia. The little towns with the friendliest vibe, the funny attractions that don’t have nearby airports and the stopover …

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The Working Holiday

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Your laptop is open, and there’s pages on Australia flashing across the screen. Everything from Sydney to Perth and back again sounds appealing, and you’re ready to jump on the next plane over. But what if you don’t have the …

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Checklist for Traveling: Travel Insurance, Passports and Vaccinations

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The beauty of travelling is that you can truly let yourself be free, have fun and not have to worry about the usual sort of life administration that pervades our everyday lives. Things like repairing the car, vacuuming the floors, …

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Australian travel survival guide

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There are any number of warnings, myths, and crazy stories about Australians. The insects are huge, we have strange animals, we wear shorts and thongs, and we have ridiculous slang. Whatever your opinion of Australian culture, we have a host …

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Kangaroo Island

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The rising sea levels around lower South Australia did what we now know as Kangaroo Island a world of good all those thousands of years ago. Being separated from the mainland has meant that Kangaroo Island’s untouched beauty can remain …

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Barossa Valley

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There’s a new advertisement that springs more life into the Barossa Valley. The slogan is ‘be consumed’, and its truly a gift for the senses. The ad shows country living, beautiful fresh food, home-grown vegetables and stormy skies. Every fantastic …

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The best jobs in the world

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Tourism Australia has selected their finalists for the competition known as ‘The Best Jobs in the World’, with the catch phrase, ‘there’s nothing like Australia’. The 6 positions for jobs across Australia have been filled with their final applicants, and …

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Kangaroo Island

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Lost off the coast South Australia lies Kangaroo Island. Home to just over four and a half thousand people, it is a bouquet of pristine wilderness and encapsulating wildlife. It’s a place of beauty, a place of tranquility, and a …

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Flinders Ranges

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Living in leafy Sydney, it’s easy to forget why Australia is called a “sunburnt country”. Visiting Flinders Ranges is like stepping on a different planet. The colours are more vibrant and saturated, the air toasty like newly-roasted damper. The Ranges …

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