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  • The Laneways of Melbourne Australia @weblogtheworld
    2016.04.29 — Melbourne is the home of Aussie rules football, the film and TV industries, and a major center for literature and street art. Those interested in exploring something unique to Melbourne, and not seen in many other cities, should consider spending a ...
  • An Active Comfortable Life On Costa Rica's Gold Coast @huffposttravel
    2016.04.28 — By Jason Holland, InternationalLiving.com We gather at sunset every evening. Because we're near the equator, it's always between 5:15 and 6:15 p.m. Groups of friends chat and watch their kids play. Dog walkers nod as they walk past. Surfers pop int ...
  • What It’s Like To Fly In The Singapore Airlines Suites – Singapore To Sydney @jayneytravels
    2016.04.27 — When my mum first saw the pictures of Justin and I in our Singapore Airlines Suites she thought we were on a luxury train. Even I have to admit it felt carriage-like to be travelling in a compartment that had windows (with shutters!) and sliding door ...
  • Quokka Selfies on Rottnest Island – Western Australia @amateurtraveler
    2016.04.27 — Have you heard about the latest social media travel craze in Australia? One of the most popular (and cutest) things to do is to take a selfie with a Quokka on Rottnest […] The post Quokka Selfies on Rottnest Island – Western Australia app ...
  • The best walks to take around Sydney @goseewrite
    2016.04.27 — Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write   I’m, without a doubt, a walker. I prefer walking to driving the majority of the time, especially when I’m in big cities. It’s a way for me ...
  • Top things to do in Cairns for free @rockytravel
    2016.04.27 — If you are are visiting North Tropical Queensland for the first time, I’m sure you will be looking for a list of fun things to do in Cairns to add to your Trip Itinerary. Next to being the gateway to two of Australia’s most visited World ...
  • Discovering the Australian Celtic Festival @aussieontheroad
    2016.04.26 — Discovering the Australian Celtic Festival It’s hard to believe it’s been almost a year since I attended the Australian Celtic Festival for the first time. Despite having lived in and around Glen Innes since 1995, I’d somehow manage ...
  • Aboriginal Australia: An Arc Towards Understanding @umarket
    2016.04.25 — By Audrey Scott“The kingfisher tried to warn the Mala men about the devil dog approaching, but it was too late. Some weren’t able to escape. You can still see them there,” Rachelle, our guide, pointed to the contours of the cave wal ...
  • Why Everyone Should Explore Melbourne Street Art at Night @justchuckinit
    2016.04.25 — Melbourne, a city famous for its street art and graffiti scene, is a fascinating and bustling city by day dripping with fresh coats of spray paint. But I deciding to get a different perspective altogether by exploring Melbourne street art by night. T ...
  • Sydney Opera House at Sunset @wanderingtrader
    2016.04.24 — Sydney Opera House at Sunset The Sydney Opera House is just one of the things that dominate the skyline in the harbor in Sydney. ??This picture is taken from??Mrs Macquarie’s Chair which is just past the Royal Botanical Gardens. It is one of th ...
  • Melbourne, Adventures With Our Australian Friends @travel_griz
    2016.04.23 — One of the most exciting aspects of our trip to Australia was we already had friends in Melbourne! Well Beth did at least… She had the amazing opportunity to student teach for a semester in Melbourne three years ago. It was an amazing experienc ...
  • Uluru Camel Tours : Camel Express Fun Ride & Photography In The Australian Outback @ErikaToh
    2016.04.23 — One of my most memorable moments during my time in the Red Centre of Australia is the fun camel ride through the red sand with stunning views of World Heritage listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta in the background. A camel ride with Uluru Camel Tours is list ...
  • Australia Road Trip Plan – City, Coastline & Conservation in Victoria @backpackerbecki
    2016.04.21 — South East Touring Triangle: 1000km My memories will always be filled with the long, sunny days. Of afternoons spent sipping on local wines in the manicured green of endless vineyards, flanked by the brightest of blue skies. Where towering, white wav ...
  • 14 Dessert Places in Sydney Locals Won’t Tell You @placesandfoods
    2016.04.21 — 14 Dessert Places in Sydney Locals Won’t Tell You Sydney is the city of food haven. The diversity of food available in Sydney is simply amazing. You can find really good Aussie food, Asian food such as Vietnamese, Malaysian, Hong Kong, Chinese, ...
  • The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying, Says New Report @cntraveler
    2016.04.20 — GettyThe Great Barrier Reef's fragile ecosystem—and Australia's eco-tourism industry—are at risk, because of warming oceans. As a child, I spent two years living in Sydney, Australia—and though it was a long time ago, and b ...
  • The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying, Says New Report @PerrinPost
    2016.04.20 — GettyThe Great Barrier Reef's fragile ecosystem—and Australia's eco-tourism industry—are at risk, because of warming oceans. As a child, I spent two years living in Sydney, Australia—and though it was a long time ago, and b ...
  • Best Museums That You Would Want To See In Melbourne @AndiPerullo
    2016.04.20 — When it comes to art and culture, Melbourne is definitely amongst the very best cities in the world. It is surely a top destination in Australia and you will want to think about cultural things to do in Melbourne if you love art. If this is the case, ...
  • 5 day trips to take from Melbourne @goseewrite
    2016.04.20 — Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write There is plenty to keep you busy in Melbourne, but the territory of Victoria is such a stunning spot in Australia, it would a shame to miss out on some of that nat ...
  • Melbourne Beaches You May Want To Visit @Marinavillatoro
    2016.04.19 — Travel Experta - Specializing in Unique International Family Travel - Helping Families Get the Most of Their International Travels with Kids Melbourne is a wonderful destination if you want to relax on a calm bay beach during summer months. You have ...
  • The Best New Hotels in Australia: Hot List 2016 @cntraveler
    2016.04.19 — It’s called the most isolated city on earth, but Perth is now basking in the glow of major investment, ambitious development, and some glossy high-profile openings. Leading the cha ...