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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The 2015 Perth International Arts Festival Wrap-Up

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The Perth International Arts Festival has once again wrapped up, leaving thousands of revellers and visitors satisfied and wanting even more. With a solid reputation as Australia’s oldest international multi-arts event, the PIAF has been held every year since 1953 …

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The Bend Of The Road: Following Your Travel Instinct Wherever It Leads.

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There are many ways to travel around the world; some of them might suit our more social purposes, but true travelling requires being open to the possibilities ahead of you, to the promise that each new day on the open …

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Golden River – A Golden Retreat

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Great performance requires great recovery. It’s a sporting analogy that is true for all of life. And on occasions who isn’t asked for an exceptional effort in their day-to-day lives? Be it in work, in relationships, or striving in any …

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Backpacking in Australia: planning ahead

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Just last weekend, over the Easter break, I was staying in a small coastal town when two groups of tourists approached me looking for accommodation that night. The first was a family around lunch time who needed a place to …

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McKnights Air and the Philatelic Solution

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Mark is a stamp enthusiast living in the city of Perth. He belongs to local, state and national philatelic societies. He is well-known for his collection and vast knowledge of Australian and British stamps. Mark had kept his collection in …

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McKnights Air and the Philatelic Solution

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Mark is a stamp enthusiast living in the city of Perth. He belongs to local, state and national philatelic societies. He is well-known for his collection and vast knowledge of Australian and British stamps. Mark had kept his collection in …

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The Unspoken History of the Kimbery Klub

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When you hear people speak about the Kimberly Klub in Broome you think of a comfortable backpackers close to the beautiful Cable Beach. But the real Kimberly Club has a much darker history. In the 1850’s Kim Buchanan was a …

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Chelsea Flooring and the McKenzie Cottage Ghost

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The real ghost stories are the ones you never hear about. They’re not for public consumption. They’re not ‘tantalizing’, just horrifying. A real ghost cannot be marketed like a Ghost Tour.  I have a friend in Perth who works for …

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Chelsea Flooring and McKenzie’s Cottage

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The real ghost stories are the ones you never hear about. They’re not for public consumption. They’re not ‘tantalizing’, just horrifying. A real ghost cannot be marketed like a Ghost Tour.  I have a friend in Perth who works for …

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Poulter for All Weather

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When a Perth hospital needed an annex put over the driveway in front of their Emergency Room entrance they put out tenders. As is usual in these cases those who responded to the tenders weren’t compared so much on price …

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Poulter for all Weather

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When a Perth hospital needed an annex put over the driveway in front of their Emergency Room entrance they put out tenders. As is usual in these cases those who responded to the tenders weren’t compared so much on price …

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Skypark – Coming Home

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Cars are part of the home. At least that’s what I think. I’m a shuttle bus driver for Skypark Valet Parking in Perth. Depending on where you live, of course, many people find it cheaper to drive their own car …

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Exmouth

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If someone asks you to think of a place in Australia with pristine blue water and squeaky white sand you would probably conjure up beaches in the Whitsundays, on Fraser Island or on New South Wale’s south coast. If you …

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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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Boating and Fishing Accessories and the Marine Expo

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The Marine and Watercraft International Expo has just finished on the Gold Coast. But it nearly didn’t start. Without the efforts of Boating Accessories Australia, a small online boating and fishing accessories business in Perth, the multi-million dollar event wouldn’t …

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A White Christmas in Perth

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Perth, for those who haven’t been here, is not the coldest city in Australia; especially around Christmas time, which is the height of summer. Every year we celebrate Christmas drenched in sweat. I particularly feel sorry for those suffering souls …

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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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Fabulous Fremantle

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While the typical holiday attractions for tourist in Australia tend to be scattered along the east coast, the west has its own collection of rivals. Everything from the Margaret River to Perth and Fremantle, Western Australia is pulling out the …

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Margaret River Wineries

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It hasn’t even been 50 years since the first grapes were planted in Margaret River winery estates, and yet the reputation of one of the finest wineries in the world makes it an ultimate destination. More of an adults holiday …

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