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  • ‘Don Carlos’ at Opera Australia @ara_sarafian
    2015.05.29 —  [First published on The Plus Ones.]Photo courtesy Jeff BusbyLike any good performance, an opera will transport you to another place. The scene, setting, costumes and music should hold and absorb you in a fantasy. Opera Australia’s prod ...
  • Vivid Sydney - light, music and ideas @thelindfields
    2015.05.29 — Vivid Sydney is an 18 day festival of light, music and ideas bringing Australia's Emerald City to life as winter approaches. This year Vivid began on 22 May and finishes on 8 June.Just for once, I'll let my camera do the talking.If you are in Sy ...
  • Instagram of the Month: Vivid Sydney @NatGeo
    2015.05.29 — Last night I had the most amazing experience, I did the nighttime @BridgeClimb and the view from the top was spectacular! I’m in Sydney for one more night and I’m going out with a bang hosting an Instameet! If you want to join the fun ...
  • Red tides in Australia are blue thanks to bioluminescence @TripandTravelBl
    2015.05.28 — There are very few places in the world where you can observe a phenomenon known as marine bioluminescence. These are Mosquito Bay in Puerto Rico, Toyama Bay in Japan – where the cause of bioluminescence is the firefly squid – and the Newn ...
  • What Is It About Australia? @landlopers
    2015.05.27 — Every year, survey takers ask Americans a lot of questions, from how much money they make to their favorite kind of car. They also ask them a lot of travel questions, including one that I find perhaps the most interesting. “If money were no obj ...
  • Sydney Opera House & City Skyline @landlopers
    2015.05.27 — The post Sydney Opera House & City Skyline appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Conquering Fear One Wave at a Time in Australia @wesaidgotravel
    2015.05.27 — Australia was one of the furthest places I could think of going and I took the plunge. Leaving my life in New York, I traveled over 9,600 miles across the globe to study abroad in a place where I knew no one. All I knew was that I’d be embarkin ...
  • Experience Hot Air Ballooning over Melbourne @rockytravel
    2015.05.27 — Hot Air Ballooning is something that has always fascinated me. On my solo travels in Australia I witnessed many hot air balloons floating gently over the most diverse and picturesque landscapes. So last week I was lucky to tick this off my bucket lis ...
  • The Gold Coast guide to ticket finding @Ausglobetrotter
    2015.05.26 — When it comes time to getting in line for tickets for your favourite events, this Gold Coast guide to ticket finding will show you where to go and how to get the best deals possible.   Most of the major events that you will want to use this Gold ...
  • A wild ride through Australia’s Whitsundays with Ocean Rafting @globe_guide
    2015.05.26 — Those who explore stunning Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach with Ocean Rafting are in for a wild and fun ride, as Australia's Whitsundays do not disappoint. The post A wild ride through Australia’s Whitsundays with Ocean Rafting appeared first ...
  • Main Beach View at Byron Bay, Australia @roadtoanywhere
    2015.05.26 — Today’s travel photo is a view of Main Beach in Byron Bay, Australia. Byron Bay is one of Australia’s top beach and surf spots, plus a true backpacker haven. I took this photo while beginning the walk to the Lighthouse at Cape Byron R ...
  • REVIEW: Darwin Brasserie, Sky Garden, London @wanderlustchloe
    2015.05.25 — The lift ascends, floor 1, 2, 3, 4… right up to 35. The doors open, and in front of me lies London, basking in glorious sunshine. There’s a real buzz around the Sky Garden. Opening at the start of this year, it provides visitors with ama ...
  • Down Under in Sydney @locationless
    2015.05.25 — I’ve wanted to go to Australia ever since I saw “The Rescuers Down Under” when I was a kid. There are just so many cute/horrifying animals to play with/run away from there. What that particular Disney movie didn’t mention was ...
  • Fremantle to Albany. Road Trip Australia! @vagabondbaker
    2015.05.25 — Fremantle to Albany. We had been on the road for almost four weeks on the day we left Fremantle, Perth had seemed so far away when we set off from Broome back then and now continuing the journey to Melbourne seemed unimaginably long: we had merely c ...
  • 21 Best Beaches in Western Australia to Set Foot On @ytravelblog
    2015.05.24 — Ahh, Western Australia, how we miss your incredible beaches and sunsets over the ocean. We said it often during our six months road tripping throughout WA that we believe you have the best beaches in Australia. That’s a big call, considering A ...
  • The Ocean Beneath the Storm in Australia @wesaidgotravel
    2015.05.23 — Even with the protective wet suit I paid extra for, I got stung.?? Red jellyfish regularly roam the waters where I grew up and my first jellyfish sting was half a world away in Cairns, Australia, on a boat tour of The Great Barrier Reef.?? Inside my ...
  • The Great Barrier Reef Luxury Island Resorts: Lizard Island , Bedarra Island and Qualia. @thelindfields
    2015.05.22 — Does anyone remember when Oprah Winfrey came to Australia a few years ago? She was here to promote Australian tourism and as part of her trip she was taken to Qualia. Qualia has been named the best resort in Australia from time to time and ...
  • Flashback Friday: A hideaway in the Australian bush @TravelLightbulb
    2015.05.22 — When you think of Sydney, I'm guessing the lush photo below is probably not the first image that came into your mind! The Lane Cove National Park is a stunning pocket of bushland, but an easy reach for so-called Sydneysiders. While it's a great ...
  • Top Tourist Attractions in Australia @TheHogga
    2015.05.21 — Australia is a vast country that is just slightly smaller than the continental United States. So it probably shouldn’t be surprising that a country this large would also be home to some of the most unusual destinations and creatures in the worl ...
  • ‘Don Giovanni’ at Opera Australia @ara_sarafian
    2015.05.21 — [First published on The Plus Ones.]Photo courtesy Jeff BusbyIf you’ve never been to the opera before, Opera Australia’s production of ‘Don Giovanni’ is a cracker to satiate your curiosity. Mozart’s two-act opera is based ...