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  • Camper Van Road Tripping in Australia – My Vagabond Dream @vagobond
    2015.01.31 — A friend asked me recently what I’d like to do for my next adventure. ??A whole slew of things crossed my mind – a sailing voyage, a big game photo safari, an Antarctic exploration –... Come to Vagobond to read the rest - it's bett ...
  • Kim and Kingsley's wedding — Deans Marsh, Australia @buckgw
    2015.01.31 — Kim and Kingsley's wedding - Deans Marsh, Australia Deans Marsh, Australia Where I stayed King Parrot Cottages & Conference Retreat PennyroyalFab weekend ...
  • Naccho work while Sandy had some fun — Canberra, Australia @buckgw
    2015.01.31 — Naccho work while Sandy had some fun - Canberra, Australia Canberra, Australia Where I stayed Aria Hotel CanberraI spent a couple of days at Naccho helping th ...
  • The Art of Not Doing: The Red Centre, Northern Territory, Australia @DaveDTC
    2015.01.31 — In the eager pool of morning light there rises The Rock. It is perhaps the most iconic symbol of the implacable indifferences of inhospitable landscapes, its dimensions timeless, unsummarized. And I want to climb it. There is something in the Western ...
  • Palestine Plays Jordan In The Asia Cup In Melbourne @jouljet
    2015.01.31 — As Australians, we take for granted the opportunity of watching our national team play any number of world sports, on a world stage. But for Palestinians, the prospect of watching their team compete in a championship of any kind...well, I admit, I ca ...
  • Horse Drawn Trolley on the Victor Harbor Tramway, South Australia @everywheretrip
    2015.01.30 — Horse Drawn Trolley on the Victor Harbor Tramway, South Australia
  • Burning mountain | The fire that burns endlessly in Australia @TripandTravelBl
    2015.01.29 — If you approach??this place, now converted into a tourist attraction, you will soon begin??to realize that something strange happens. The landscape changes around and eucalyptus forests give way to a lot of dead trees and hollow logs that some animal ...
  • Perth City Night View @placesandfoods
    2015.01.29 — Perth City Night View: Photo of the Week Perth is a beautiful city at night and on my recent trip, I want to capture the city’s night view. So my friend brought me to S Perth Esplanade. It is just right opposite the CBD area separated by the Sw ...
  • Australia wine regions: Barossa Valley @NvGtravels
    2015.01.28 — Aussie wine has become a ubiquitous part of many people’s??dining experience and none more so than that produced in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. Only an hour from Adelaide, warm and dry with heavy red-brown soils, low rainfall and co ...
  • Australian life vs English life – The differences @travelwithamate
    2015.01.27 — Sure, the language is the same (almost) and the fashion styles are similar, rather… So, when you are traveling to Australia is there anything else you need to know? Surprisingly, there is, so much in fact that the follow information only touche ...
  • Cosy Country Getaways: Australia's 10 Best Hidden Gems @huffposttravel
    2015.01.27 — By Kristen McKenzie, HotelsCombined.com Australia is about so much more than its major city centers - from beaches to deserts, it lays claim to some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes on the planet. And with over 12,000 diverse Aussie accommodatio ...
  • Eating Out in Canberra @TravelnBeyond
    2015.01.26 — By Rosemarie John It has been nine months since we moved to Canberra and we think it is time to share our eating out in Canberra post! I hardly ever take my camera to a restaurant or cafe, so this is going to be an Instagram food post of where we ha ...
  • 3 Natural Wonders of Exmouth, Western Australia @ytravelblog
    2015.01.26 — Exmouth is a town on the Coral Coast of Western Australia, a 15 hour drive north of Perth. Shortly after arriving in Exmouth we bumped into someone who grew up in our home town in NSW and who had also been traveling around Australia. They’d st ...
  • 8 best breathtaking gold coast beaches @Ausglobetrotter
    2015.01.26 — That’s how this magical place got its name, it’s what this actual place is famous for. Incredibly breathtaking Gold Coast beaches that are a must see when visiting the East Coast of Australia.   Although when you do visit, be sure to ...
  • Middle Australia, a Trip for All Senses - Part One @huffposttravel
    2015.01.26 — It's rough. The soil is hard and red, soft and warm at the same time. The shades of the rock are not really calming at all, nothing refreshing like the shade of a tree or a market umbrella. This is the center of Australia, this is aboriginal Uluru, f ...
  • Old Tailem Town: The Town Australia Forgot @dd_traveller
    2015.01.25 — “Would you like some more milk in that tea, dears?” she asked, her voice laced with sugar, hobbling ever so slowly towards us, hands trembling as she balanced two cups in their saucers. “No, that’s quite all right, thanks,R ...
  • Celebrating Australia Day in Perth @landlopers
    2015.01.25 — I had never been in a country during their national holiday celebrations before. Most countries have something, whether it’s Independence Day or other national holiday that rallies everyone together. Living in Washington, DC, July 4th is natur ...
  • City Views Along Melbourne’s Sandridge Bridge @landlopers
    2015.01.25 — The post City Views Along Melbourne’s Sandridge Bridge appeared first on LandLopers.
  • I still call Australia home @chaseTHEdonkey
    2015.01.25 — Having just got back from Australia, I have realised something that sat deep down in my subconscious. The post I still call Australia home appeared first on .
  • Australia’s Love Affair with Beach Cricket @J_Travel_On
    2015.01.24 — With a huge chunk of the population living near the coast, beaches are an integral part of the Australian lifestyle. Combine that with a sport frenzy and you get the most beloved sport of the local Australian people: Beach Cricket. It is a sport that ...