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The Ultimate Short Break – Boatshed Weekender

The Ultimate Short Break – Boatshed Weekender

| October 8, 2015

There are many creative ways to vacation, from glamping it up in luxury tents in the wilderness, to hanging from a tree in a sphere overlooking nature.

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A Reinvented Century-Old Sheep Shearing Shed

A Reinvented Century-Old Sheep Shearing Shed

| September 2, 2015

Australia is known for its woolly sheep and old shearing sheds from way-back-when. Go anywhere out of the cities and you will be sure to come across paddocks of sheep grazing to their little hearts content.

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Horses, Wine, Beaches and Sydney City Lights

Horses, Wine, Beaches and Sydney City Lights

| August 30, 2015

You’ve heard how Australia rides on the sheep’s back with its highly valued wool exports, and you’ve tried some of the country’s award winning wines that you found in your local store,

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The Great Ocean Road Trip

The Great Ocean Road Trip

| August 30, 2015

On the southern coast of Australia is one of the world’s most beautiful scenic road trips I’ve traveled. The Great Ocean Road runs alongside the coastline of the Indian Ocean in Victoria, Australia. I’ve made this trip several times over the years, and its amazing views along the coast is still vivid in my memory.

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Manly Beach – A Visitors Paradise

Manly Beach – A Visitors Paradise

| July 2, 2015

Manly is a fascinating suburb of Sydney due to its geography. Its commercial centre sits just two miles north of Sydney Cove’s North Head on a narrow land bridge. This large sand spit keeps the calm waters of Sydney Harbour separated from Manly’s famous Pacific Ocean beach.

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Jenolan Caves – Explore The World’s Oldest Caves

Jenolan Caves – Explore The World’s Oldest Caves

| July 1, 2015

Australia has a deep rich history of Aboriginal people stretching back at least 50,000 years. It’s also known for its spectacular cave systems with one of the world’s oldest being the Jenolan Caves.

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Australia’s Hands-on Animal Wildlife Park

Australia’s Hands-on Animal Wildlife Park

| June 13, 2015

As a visitor to Sydney you will undoubtedly hear about the city’s famous Taronga Zoo. Situated on the shores of Sydney Cove with wonderful views of the Harbour, it offers a comprehensive range of the world’s animals to view and learn about.

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Top 3 Reasons to Visit Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Top 3 Reasons to Visit Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

| April 15, 2015

Have you ever looked at something and felt your breath catch in your throat? I remember seeing a picture of Earth taken from space and being able to clearly see the Great Barrier Reef. I was awestruck and decided then and there that someday I would travel to visit it.

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The Cheetah – Faster Than A Formula One Racing Car

The Cheetah – Faster Than A Formula One Racing Car

| March 15, 2015

There is definitely more to the Capital City than meets the eye, and one place that should be a definite stop off is Canberra’s National Zoo and Aquarium, just five minutes from the center of town. The Zoo is famous for having Australia’s largest collection of big cats.

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A Perth Summer Vacation

A Perth Summer Vacation

| February 15, 2015

Reclining with my sandy feet on the open window frame of a beach-side bar along the coast of Perth, I sip a glass of cool local wine and indulge in one of the world’s truly most magnificent views.

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