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2012 Monthly List of Incredible Events in Southern Australia

2012 Monthly List of Incredible Events in Southern Australia

| December 15, 2011 | 1 Comment

2012 Monthly List of Events and Concerts in Southern Australia | If you are going to be in Southern Australia in 2012, congratulations! You’re going to have a great time and there is going to be plenty to do, regardless of what your interests are.

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Best Sydney Travel Apps for Android

Best Sydney Travel Apps for Android

| August 23, 2011

Sydney is the most famous city in Australia and is definitely a must-visit. With its stunning harbor, beautiful beaches, world-famous opera house and pulsing nightlife, Sydney is a city that is not to be missed.  Just like every other big city, Sydney can be challenging for a tourist. But Android users are in luck, as […]

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Top 10 Family Hostels Around the Globe for Budget Travel with Kids

Top 10 Family Hostels Around the Globe for Budget Travel with Kids

Offering a practical and affordable place to stay, hostels are becoming increasingly appealing to travellers with children. Hostels can offer families private rooms with en-suite bathrooms and to really keep costs down, the self-catering kitchens are ideal places to prepare packed lunches. Most hostels offer games rooms and children will be happy watching TV in […]

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Gippsland Lake – Australia’s Blue Mystery

Gippsland Lake – Australia’s Blue Mystery

| January 26, 2011

Gippsland is a large rural region in Victoria, Australia. The place is well known with its mystery of blue glowing water that appears during the night. However, just recently, the mystery has been solved. Lake Gippsland (actually a network of lakes) teems with microorganisms that produce a ghostly blue glow thanks to their natural luminescence. […]

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A Fearless Man Defying Mother Nature

A Fearless Man Defying Mother Nature

| September 21, 2010 | 9 Comments

We’ve all splashed water over our face in a bid to wake up in the morning. But one Australian man has taken it to the extreme, as highlighted in Dailymail UK. Taken place at Australia Bondi’s Beach and standing perilously close to the edge of a rock face, the fearless individual stood head-on with Mother […]

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Wave Rock of Hyden – Surfing on the Land

Wave Rock of Hyden – Surfing on the Land

Can you believe people can actually surf not only on the beach, but also on the land? 14 meters high, and 110m long, the face of Wave Rock appears ready to crash onto pre-historic surf, now frozen in time. Believed to have formed over 2700 million years ago, Wave Rock is part of the northern […]

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