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Top 10 Australian Travel Blogs of 2013

If you are a keen traveller, or contemplating travelling, these blogs are well worth a look. They are all written by Aussies who love travelling and sharing their tips and experiences with others. Although there are many great travel blogs out there, we picked out some of our favourites

Christmas and New Years Camping Recipes

If you are going camping for Christmas or New Years you might need some cooking inspiration for the trip. Camping doesn’t have to mean eating baked beans and cheese toasties by the fire try these quick, easy and camping friendly recipes!

1. Camping Fondue
Fondue may be attributed to fancy dinners

Lake Ballard

Where: 180 km from Kalgoorlie

Lake Ballard is one of the most unusual and remote cultural attractions of Western Australia. Across the 49 km² Lake stand a series of eerie but fascinating figures created by renowned British artist Antony Gormley. These sculptures continue to stir national and international interest.

The Lake

By |November 27th, 2013|Sights, WA|1 Comment|

The Great Ocean Road

Explore the windswept Southern Ocean as you wind along one of Australia’s best road trips–the Great Ocean Road. From dramatic coastal lookouts to rainforests and national parks, this diverse and awe-inspiring trip is one to put in your travel itinerary.
The Great Ocean Road takes you past a variety of amazing

By |November 27th, 2013|SA, VIC|0 Comments|

Uluru

Where: Lasseter Hwy, Uluru NT

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a must see area if you are travelling around Australia. It is a place of rich history, spiritual significance and visual grandeur. Whether you want to enjoy the scenery, be immersed in indigenous culture, go bird watching or see iconic

Horizontal Waterfalls

Where: Talbot Bay, WA

In Talbot Bay you will witness the incredible power of the only horizontal waterfalls in the world. Whether viewing them from a plane or a boat, the beautiful turquoise waters of Talbot Bay are an amazing sight to see and the gushing waterfalls make it that

Homeschooling on the road

Taking your children travelling on the road can be a very rewarding experience for both parents and children. If you are travelling around Australia with children it is important to know homeschooling requirements and also have some fun education road trip games up your sleeve.
On the Road Homeschooling Tips
Homeschooling

Coober Pedy

Where: 846 kilometres north of Adelaide on the Stuart Highway

If you enjoy fossicking and looking for gems Coober Pedy is right down your alley. As the opal capital of the world, Coober Pedy has become a popular tourist attraction. From opal mining to underground tours, there is plenty to

Birdsville Country Races

Where: 1590 kilometres west of Brisbane

Each September visitors from all over Australia gather in the tiny outback town of Birdsville for the Annual Birdsville Racing Carnival. The Carnival continues over two days so if you don’t want to miss it, timing is everything!

The Birdsville Races has a long history,

Waterfall Way

Where: Coffs Harbour to Armidale

Waterfall way is a scenic drive that winds through 191 km of spectacular landscape.

This route takes you from Coffs Harbour through the breathtaking tablelands of the New England region and features national parks, lush rainforests, beautiful countryside and vast, open landscape.

This drive offers plenty of

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