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While Eastern Australia has some excellent city tours and fine museums, it also has a quirky side where you can experience these offbeat things to do.
Did you know that Oz is the fourth largest exporter of wine in the world? Here’s where you can find some of Australia’s finest wine.
Tired of the well-worn backpacking route? Here are four alternative Australian destinations worth visiting the next time you head to the land Down Under.
Thinking of backpacking Australia? You must visit Cairns, a backpacker’s paradise. Haven for sailing, diving, snorkeling, hiking, rafting, skydiving + more!
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The Hunter Valley of New South Wales is a two hour drive from Sydney and offers a range of activities to suit any traveler’s budgets.
LC shares her five reasons for why travelers should visit Australia during Winter, including cheaper prices and the weather.
Fraser Island, known as K’Gari to the Aborigines, is located in southeast Queensland, Australia. It is the largest island of sand in the world.
Uluru is sacred to Aboriginals, which is why they would prefer visitors honor this by not climbing it. Here are some alternative ways to enjoy the rock.
There truly is more to Sydney than initially meets the eye. Here’s a lowdown on Sydney’s hippest suburbs.
Tasmania, Australia’s most southern state, is often neglected by tourists, however there’s a lot to see on the island.
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Seven must-see places for your next backpacking tour of Australia, including Fraser Island, Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) and The Blue Mountains.
[D]id you know Australia has over 10,000 beaches? And its coast is more than 26,000km long? You get the picture: Australia’s beaches are far and wide. Campervan hire is one …