australia Travel Blogs
Jason Down Under wins award for Tourism Australia Malaysia campaign
2014.10.22 — Jason Down Under wins award for Tourism Australia Malaysia campaign Last year, Tourism Australia Malaysia partnered with Malaysia Airlines produced a travelogue TV series titled ‘Jason Down Under’. It is one of my favourite travelogue TV ...
10 Mistakes I Made in Australia
2014.10.22 — Let’s be honest, no matter how long you’ve been travelling for or how many trips you’ve taken, we all make mistakes when we travel. ??The first place I ever travelled to, outside the UK, was Paris. ??I was 15 and the whole trip had ...
Lake C.Y. O’Connor in Mundaring, Western Australia
2014.10.22 — Today’s travel photo is of Lake C.Y. O’Connor in Mundaring, located in the hills behind Perth in Western Australia. This is the lake behind the Mundaring Weir, just outside of the town of Mundaring, and is one of the main sources of drin ...
My Super Low Costs to Travel Around Australia for 2 Months
2014.10.22 — My Super Low Costs to Travel Around Australia for 2 Months is a post from: LashWorldTourMy Super Low Costs to Travel Around Australia for 2 Months is a post from: LashWorldTour Lash dancing on Yaroonda Beach – Sunshine Coast My Super Low Costs ...
Travel Daydream: Northern Territory, Australia
2014.10.21 — Daydreaming About Australia In our hurry to see and experience as much of the world as possible, it’s not uncommon for globetrotters to overlook the many places in their own country that warrant a visit. Maybe it’s a case of knowing that ...
8 Fun Facts About Darwin, Australia
2014.10.21 — The library at Charles Darwin University. Photo by Stephen Barnett. As the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia, Darwin provides a variety of fun activities and interesting facts.?? Aside from being a port city, Darwin is a fun and exciting ...
Australia’s Red Center: The beautiful nothing
2014.10.21 — Vagablogging :: Rolf Potts Vagabonding Blog There’s nothing in the red center of Australia. If by nothing you mean echos of endless wide spaces and wide sky that holds the world together like an eternal ribbon of Australian blue around a packag ...
The Rocks – Sydney’s Cultural Precinct
2014.10.20 — It was a bright sunny day in Sydney. A bead of sweat ran down my neck as the heat warmed my skin. I had arrived from Canberra – the cold capital of Australia just 30 minutes ago snuggly wrapped in warm clothes. As I got out of the taxi, I star ...
The Best Time To Visit Australia
2014.10.20 — The Best Time To Visit Australia Have you visited Australia? Do you want to revisit Australia? If you are planning to do so, this is the right time to visit Australia. Or you have no plans to visit Australia anytime soon, you can detour as this is th ...
Where to Go in Australia
2014.10.20 — Australia, the Land Down Under, offers so many natural attractions by way of country charm and city comfort. If you want to go to a place in Australia where not too many tourists have gone yet still enjoy the quintessential Aussie adventure, here are ...
How to visit the Great Barrier Reef – Tours from Cairns and the Queensland Coast
2014.10.19 — Image: Shutterstock.com How do you visit the Great Barrier Reef, a true wonder of the world that is 2,300km long? That’s a natural wonder the same length from Vancouver to the Mexican border, consisting of 900 islands and 2,900 individual reefs ...
Let Us Introdoos-ya??to Noosa, Australia
2014.10.19 — The area is stunningly beautiful — packed full of national parks, state forests, beaches, and wildlife — and is quite the foodie town! Join your GypsyNesters as we jump into adventure, cavort with kookaburras, drop bears and mamils, swim ...
Sustainable Stay: Buckland Studio 5 in Victoria Australia Touts Alpine Luxury
2014.10.19 — Modscape is known for its innovative architectural projects that defy widely-known concepts of building and green design with sustainable modular architecture. Located in Bright, Victoria in Australia you’ll find one of their newest projects: ...
10 Things I love About Living In Sydney (And A Couple Of Things That Bug Me)
2014.10.17 — Already 3 months in, I’ve had a good taste of the realities of living in Sydney. Aside from my reactions to Aussie TV the transition has been smooth and relatively easy. All the things we thought we would love about Sydney living are true. Ther ...
Visiting Parliament House in Canberra
2014.10.17 — After several years in the country, Australia’s ‘warts and all’ style of politics still intrigues me. The headlines of the Julia Gillard vs Kevin Rudd tussle to lead the Australian Labor Party and the aggressive camp ...
The Big Aussie Reunion – Be Reunited With Friends & Family In Queensland Australia
2014.10.16 — This post goes out to all the Brits??who have friends and family living in Australia. Since moving to Australia myself 3 months ago I’ve found comfort in the huge expat community out here (who else can I discuss missing Made In Chelsea and Mins ...
Fotoeins Friday: Sydney Opera House at 41
2014.10.16 — Opened on 20 October 1973, the Sydney Opera House celebrates its 41st anniversary in 2014. First-time visitors to Sydney almost always seek out the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge nearby. When I’m in Sydney, I always go back to Sydney Harbou ...
Cairns Photo Highlight
2014.10.16 — Each time I visit a new destination I am going to share my favourite photo.This is Cairns… The gateway to the incredible Great Barrier Reef.I hope you like it. The post Cairns Photo Highlight appeared first on .
Australia: Tour Victoria’s wine regions
2014.10.15 — The Australian state of Victoria is the place to find premium Southern-Hemisphere cool climate wines, produced with passion. Along the way you will see the huge variety of Victoria’s landscapes and wildlife, from alpine forests dotted with wild ...