Category: Things To Do

How to Visit the Whitsundays on a Budget

May 22, 2015

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Home to ultra-luxury resorts like Qualia and One&Only Hayman Island and located at the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday archipelago doesn’t exactly have a reputation for affordability. But that doesn’t mean it’s not possible to explore the islands on the cheap. With a wealth of outdoor opportunities plus campsites and budget accommodations, […]

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Best Surf Breaks in Byron Bay and Surrounds

May 11, 2015

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Home to some of the best waves in the world, Australia is synonymous with surfing. Of course, there are plenty of places along the coast to choose from when it comes to finding ideal breaks to ride, and Sydney surely comes to mind. At the very north of New South Wales, just within reach of the Queensland border, Byron Bay is king. Back in the 1960s, the small town once played a big role in Australia’s burgeoning surf scene, and the sport has held important ground there ever since.

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Ultimate Wine Experiences in Australia

April 27, 2015

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May has been declared Aussie Wine Month on the island continent, meaning heaps of wine tastings, pop-up wine bars, wine-pairing dinners and educational events all across Australia to showcase the nation’s collection of stellar wines and broadcast their flavors to the world. A new initiative called Ultimate Wine Experiences Australia got started just in time […]

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Cooking Classes in the Barossa Valley

April 24, 2015

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Sticky Rice Cooking School, cooking classes in the Barossa Valley

One of Australia’s oldest food and wine regions, South Australia’s Barossa Valley is criss-cut with more than 150 wineries. Some have been fruiting since the late 1800s. But Barossa is not all about history; the region is bursting with new butcheries, bakeries, breweries, cideries and creameries. What’s more is the fantastic cooking schools that teach travelers how to combine and complement the region’s ingredients. Here are the current leaders for cooking classes in the Barossa Valley.

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Things to Do in Australia During the ICC Cricket World Cup

March 17, 2015

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For sports fans, the ICC Cricket World Cup is perhaps just as highly anticipated as the Olympics, especially since both events only occur every four years. It is the first time Australia is hosting the World Cup since 1992, so March is a thrilling time to visit the land down under. The end of summer welcomes ideal […]

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Airlie Beach Local Food Tour

March 13, 2015

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Airlie Beach, the funky town at the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, isn’t exactly known for food. Chef Tim Whitehorn from Capers Restaurant and the Airlie Beach Hotel is set on changing that with a food tour of the region. Held seasonally, the Airlie Beach local food tours visit four local farms that supply Capers […]

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Adrenaline-Filled Experiences on Phillip Island

February 20, 2015

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Phillip Island Racetrack

The Grand Prix Circuit is the absolute best place to have some adrenaline-filled experiences on Phillip Island.

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Spend a Day Sea Kayaking in Palm Cove

February 13, 2015

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Sea Kayaking in Palm Cove

Want to try something different? Why not spend a day sea kayaking in Palm Cove?

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

January 23, 2015

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the Gold Coast’s best not-so-secret locations. A world class zoological park, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a Queensland icon.

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Hiking in Mossman Gorge

January 16, 2015

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Hiking in Mossman Gorge

Hiking in Mossman Gorge is something of an idyllic experience, with a natural valley lined with lush, ancient, tropical rainforest ripe for exploring and filled with a crystal-clear river to cool off in.

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