The ANZAC Legacy
The Discovery of Australia
Australia’s Native Wildlife
Aust. Capital Ttry
WA South Coast
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. Cosmopolitan with a quaint olde world charm you'll see trams, heritage stone buildings and an emphasis on culture and art in both the city and
Canberra - Home of the Austalian Federal Government. Parliament House, international embassies and other major government headquarters all set in peaceful country surrounds with famous Lake Burley
Taking time to discover and observe native animals is a popular activity for many travellers around Australia. Whether you're visiting the tropical rainforests of the country's north,
Australias capital city is Canberra and is the only inland city in the nation. The ACT is just 2, 360 sq km with a population of 308,000 people.
The wheat and sheep farming belt. Bathurst, Orange, Parkes, Cootamundra, Gundagai, Yass, Goulburn, Forbes, Mudgee, Gilgandra, Dubbo, Wagga, Tamworth, Armidale, Muswellbrook and the Hunter Valley
Coastal and east country Victoria is dotted with quaint towns, beautiful coastline and rugged bushland. Includes Melbourne, Morwell, Sale, Bainsdale, Lakes Entrance, Wodonga, Seymour, Shepparton,
European settlement of Australia occurred gradually throughout the colonial period. Initially, the first settlers were convicts transported from overcrowded gaols in Britain but over time,
This article lists the main achievements of the key explorers of the 19th Century. It includes references to their later life pursuits, and for each explorer you can find out where they are buried,
Don't let anyone tell you that crossing the Nullarbor is boring! Magnificant cliffs overlooking the Great Austalian Bight, viewing areas for watching the migration of southern right whales,
The Tropics - Townsville, Cairns, Atherton, Daintree and the ultimate in adventure at Cape York the most northern tip of Australia.
Many people stumble across wildflowers in their travels and then wonder how they can find more. In this detailed article we explain how and why the state of Western Australia is world renowned for
Always just like a painting, the purple and green colours of the Flinders entices visitors back for more. The Flinders is huge and stretches through outskirts of Broken Hill, Yunta,
North West of Kununurra are rugged sandtone ranges, ancient volcanic rock, open woodlands and mangrove swamps while the west is marked by ancient limestone reef that has eroded to form gorges and
NSW is the most populated state of Australia with a population of 6.3 million. It comprises an area of 800,640 sq km and the whole state is located within the temperate zone.
The Northern Territory is Australias 3rd largest state in terms of landsize covering 1.3 million sq km with the smallest population share of just 190,000.
Follow the Princes and Pacific Highways from Eden to Tweed Heads and discover the many delightful holiday towns and attractions that dot the magnificant coastline of eastern Australia.
Bourke, Tibooburra, Milparinka, Mungo, Mootwingee, Lightening Ridge, White Cliffs, Wilcannia, Goondiwindi, Walgett, Nyngan. These outback areas are really worth seeing and experiencing for yourself.
In this article, we talk about two natural wonders that you may encounter on your travels. Willy Willies, also known as dust devils can spring up from nowhere and are an amazing sight to witness.
Where real Australian stockmen on outback cattle stations still exist. Bring your Akubra to Mt Isa, Cloncurry, Longreach, Emerald and your barramundi fishing gear to the Gulf Country of Karumba,
Pests, including insects such as flies, ants, and spiders, and rodents including mice and rats, are common in many camping and remote travel areas,
The Pilbara encompasses the remote & breathtaking coastal strip from Port Hedland to Onslow. Easily accessible to the inland gorges of Millstream-Chichester NP, Tom Price mining and Newman.
The Queensland coast stretches from the NSW/Qld Border in the south to Townsville through the sundrenched Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Includes Brisbane, Fraser Island, Surfers Paradise,
Queensland is Australia's 3rd largest state in terms of population with 3.4 million people. It is the 2nd largest state in terms of landsize covering an area of 1.7 million sq km.
Central Australia, known as the Red Centre, occupies the lower half of the Northern Territory, including Alice Springs, Yulara, Andado, Finke, Tennant Creek,
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