Category: Top Attractions

Riding the Indian Pacific from Sydney to Perth

January 10, 2014

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Indian Pacific

One of the country’s four great train journeys, riding the Indian Pacific from Sydney to Perth is a visually stunning way to see Australia.

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Uluru Trips from Alice Springs

September 9, 2013

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Uluru

There are many options for choosing a trip to Uluru from Alice Springs. We’ve compiled a list of things to consider to help you choose which one is right for you.

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Asha and Brock in Australia

June 18, 2013

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Asha and Brock in Melbourne

On a trip around Asia and Australia, Asha and Brock’s sixth stop was Melbourne, where they spent a week taking tours, making friends with Australia’s wildlife and visiting the major attractions of the region.

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Lions Rugby Comes to Australia

May 3, 2013

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Australian Wallabies. Photo by jeremyfoo via Flickr.

Twelve years have passed since the last visit of the British & Irish Lions to Australia, and 2013 is shaping up to be the follow-up to top all previous rugby meetups of this kind. This year will see 9 official games between the British & Irish Lions and the mix of Australian Super Rugby teams with expected attendance of nearly 400,000 people.

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Things to Do in Darwin

April 26, 2013

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things to do in Darwin

The Northern Territory capital of Darwin gets visited less often by travelers passing through the country given its geographic location and overall seclusion. Those who are lucky enough to make it to this section of Australia will be rewarded with access to unforgettable scenery and national parks.

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Catching an Aussie Rules Game in Australia

April 18, 2013

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Aussie Rules game

If you’re visiting Australia between March and September and have an interest in sports, you may want to consider taking in an Australian Football match.

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Best Beaches in Australia

April 5, 2013

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whitehaven beach, one of Australia's best beaches

Possessing over 41,000 miles of coastline, there is no shortage of beaches in the country of Australia. In fact, there are over 10,000 different beaches to choose from, including popular (and always crowded) ones like Bondi and secluded (and unpatrolled) beauties found on Magnetic Island. Beaches tend to drive tourists to the land Down Under, especially when trying to escape the harsh winters found in the Northern Hemisphere.

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Wine Tasting in the Swan Valley

February 15, 2013

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The vineyards of the Swan Valley.

Dozens of wineries call the Swan Valley their home, not to mention microbreweries and distilleries, so wine tasting (or beverage tasting of any kind) in this part of the country should be no problem at all. One highly recommended way to experience the wine tasting in the Swan Valley is to follow the 20 mile (32 km) Food and Wine Trail. This journey will take visitors in a scenic loop with the possibility to stop off at numerous wineries, restaurants and specialty shops.

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The Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart

December 28, 2012

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The MONA - Museum of Old and New Art.

Founded, built and curated by a Tasmanian millionaire, David Walsh, the Museum of Old and New Art (the MONA) has made a huge impact on the art scene in Tasmania. Recently launched in 2011, the MONA, which was once the Moorilla Museum of Antiquities, had undergone a $75 million renovation.

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Things to Do in Adelaide

December 21, 2012

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Adelaide

The capital city of South Australia may be less traveled in the greater scheme of Australian tourism, but Adelaide still offers a great Australian experience to the lucky ones that decide to head south instead of north. As the fifth largest city in all of Australia, a large number of great restaurants and attractions line the streets and region of Adelaide. So, where to start?

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