Valley of the Giants

Be humbled by nature in the Valley of the Giants, near Walpole in Western Australia’s south-west.

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Canberra is Lonely Planet’s Number Three City to Visit in 2018

Leading global travel authority Lonely Planet has named Canberra one of the world’s Top 10 Cities for next year in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018, published today.

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Australia’s Northern Territory: Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Take a break from the bright lights, big cities and living in the fast lane; adventure awaits in the Outback.

Australia’s   mysterious Northern Territory (NT) boasts   dreamy   landscapes, dramatic waterfalls and colourful  wildlife, and is just  under  a  five-hour  flight  from  Singapore to NT’s capital city Darwin. If you are in search of rich and soulful travel experiences then it’s time to leave behind the hustle and bustle of metropolitan cities for an adventurous time in wild Australia.

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The Family Guide to Beautiful Brissie

Discover beautiful Brisbane, where the sun shines and exciting attractions await Buzzing with an edgy arts scene, hip dining culture and wildlife attractions, Brisbane is fast becoming one of Australia’s most energetic cities. So pack your bags, grab your sunnies and get ready for some family fun in the capital city of Queensland!

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Off the Beaten Path: Adelaide

Take off on the road less travelled and be inspired by the native wildlife and regional charm in and around South Australia’s capital city.

Get up close and personal with some of Adelaide’s best-kept secrets. Boasting islands and mountain ranges full of wildlife, wine and fun festivals, this vibrant city —and its surrounds —promises an unrivalled tour of South Australian nature in all its splendour.

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Margaret River

Just three hours south of Perth, Margaret River is one of Western Australia’s most renowned food and wine regions.

With many world-class wineries and award-winning restaurants, Margaret River is one of Western Australia’s most famous food and wine regions. Tour the cellar doors and taste local brews at the boutique breweries. Here you can eat fresh crayfish straight from the ocean or dine on the local organic beef and truffles. Visit the farmer’s markets and try the artisan cheeses.

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5 Reasons why Tasmania is the Ultimate Wanderlust Destination

From sparkling sapphire bays to fossil-rich limestone, Tasmania is brimming with natural wonders sure to take your breath away.

Not forgetting the Aurora Australis – the Southern Lights, and this phenomenal can be seen in Tasmania itself. Theoretically, winter months are best for trying your luck to catch the Aurora Australis and even better in September. You will need to find a place where there is a minimal light pollution with clear open spaces for the best spot for viewing. And don’t forget the lights are a natural phenomenon so catching a glimpse of the lights requires good weather and a bit of luck as well.

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Where to see crocodiles around Darwin

Few animals around Darwin fascinate visitors as much as these prehistoric creatures. Both freshwater and saltwater crocodiles can be found in the waters and river systems around the city, but it is the larger species, the saltwater crocodile, that captures the imagination. With their sheer size – they grow up to seven metres (23 feet) long – “salties” resemble dinosaurs more than any other modern-day animal. A trip to Darwin isn’t complete without seeing the world’s largest reptiles for yourself. Here are the best places to see crocodiles around Darwin.

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Gold Coast beyond Surfers Paradise

When the destination Gold Coast is mentioned, the first thing that will come into one’s mind would be Theme Parks or Surfer’s Paradise. Well there are definitely more places other than these to explore when you spend your stay at Gold Coast!

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Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay, on Tasmania’s Freycinet Peninsula, is considered one of the top ten beaches in the world. This flawless crescent of dazzling white sand and sapphire-coloured sea set against pink and grey granite peaks is one of Australia’s most beautiful natural environments. It’s the perfect location for fishing, sailing, bushwalking, sea kayaking, rock-climbing, or simply soaking up the spectacular coastal scenery.

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