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The Ultimate Travel Guide to Australia

Australia is full of surprises, and it’s not just about a Crocodile Dundee type of lifestyle. This country will really prove to be a place of wonder, as it has so much to offer to everybody. Here are some tips and facts that will help you get the most out of your vacation time in Australia.

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Flights to Australia

 

If you are planning a flight to Australia anytime soon, then you have to know what it takes to get here. The distances involved are enough to put anyone off and it is only natural that yo

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10 of Sydney’s Best Beaches

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If you’re visiting or moving to Australia, both Sydney and Melbourne are greatly appealing for many reasons, including their nearby beaches. Melbourne has its share of pleasant beaches, mostly with calm waters. But they pale in comparison to the ones in and around Sydney, including world-famous surf beaches, secluded bays, and stunning snorkelling and scuba spots.

 

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Exciting Surf Beaches


Bondi Beach

Located in the eponymous suburb just 20 minutes d

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Sydney is the place to be in autumn (that's spring to you all in the Northern Hemisphere!). The weather has cooled down and leaves are falling but the sun is still shining. Most importantly, the event of the season begins - the autumn racing carnival. This means fifty days of trackside fun, with world-class racing action to be seen and amazing events to attend. There are four Sydney race tracks that are part of the carnival: Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Warwick Farm and Canterbury Park, So

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Meet Australia - Top five cities to visit

In order to truly get to know a place it does not suffice to only see the sights and visit the locations it consists of. Getting to truly know a place means learning about the locations you visit, mingling with the local population and doing things that are typical for that particular region. Here, Australia is no exception. In order to truly get to know Australia you need to hear Australia, see Australia, taste Australia and talk to Australia.

Furthermore, since it is a huge place, differing gre

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Think all island in the world are the same or similar, think again. Ever dreamed of a protected island, complete with its unique bio-sphere, where you bring your rented 4-wheel drive from the mainland and pitch your own tent? Welcome to amazing Fraser Island, where part of the experience is getting there. Located 200 north of the hustle and bustle of busy Brisbane, approximately a three-hour drive, and a short ferry ride and you reached what any beach wanderer would call Shangri-La.
Fraser Island
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A funny thing called christmas

I was sitting in my t-shirt in Federation square, just enjoying the beautiful blue sky and the warm sun. I saw people who just finished their christmas shopping or were leaving the many different art galleries around Federation Square. Me, I was just relaxing and enjoying my time in Melbourne and looked at the cathedral, where they displayed a christmas tree and stars on the cathedral. I loved this moment.

Christmas back home before I was addicted to travel and when I really loved ugly sweaters

That was exactly one year ago. This year I'm back in Holland again. Happy to be back seeyin

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Vacations in Sydney

Sydney receives millions of international visitors each and every year. What is the reason behind its amazing popularity? Well, there are several reasons behind it.

There are various aspects behind its unmatchable popularity, which has helped the city to win the hearts of the visitors, irrespective of their ethnicity.

The beautiful Australian city was formed on 26th of January, in the year 1788 by Arthur Phillip. Sydney is surrounded by the beauty of Mother Nature, and is located in the south east

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Screaming Child Bursts Passenger's Ear Drum. Airline Sued

Well (pun intended) now we've heard it all.
A 67 year old American passenger traveling from Alice Springs to Darwin, Australia, on Qantas Airlines was stunned when a child screamed in her ear. The passenger, Jean Barnard, claims her eardrum was ruptured, and blamed the airline for "failing to take necessary precautions to prevent the accident."

The passenger, says Travel Trends, claimed the injury was so severe blood erupted
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