Australia

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SURFING RESERVES

If there’s one state that’s forever been on the crest of the wave when it comes to Australia’s surfing culture, it’s NSW. Dotted along the coastline are surfing reserves, dedicated areas protected for use by the people and the surfing community and recognised as sites of environmental, cultural and historical significance. Of the 11 National Surfing […]

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BEEF COUNTRY

by Paul… A town on the trip north that catches you eye is Rockhampton. Rocky as it is known as by the locals, is famous for beef, and not just any type of steer- the |Brahman. This type comes from the Asian sub-continent and is sturdy and well acclimatised to the heat of northern QLD. […]

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Rock Climbing in Brisbane

Brisbane is not as fast paced as Melbourne and Sydney. But Australia’s third large city is never short on leisure pursuits – whether it be cycling in the city, rock climbing by the river or scuba diving near Moreton Island. Opposite the botanical gardens on the other side of the river, Kangaroo Point is linked […]

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The Best Sydney Vietnamese Restaurants

I’m a huge fan of authentic and tasty Vietnamese food. It’s a healthy and really tasty food to have on a night-out.  With a large Vietnamese population in Sydney, there is no shortage of excellent Vietnamese restaurants and takeaway options in the city and the quality is often high.  The range of Vietnamese restaurants on offer ranges from cheap no-frills affairs […]

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BIG MAMA TURTLE

“Turtles are wild animals and therefore we can’t guarantee that you can see them.. the last turtles that we saw came 3 days ago…Our rangers are on the beach at the moment trying to see if they can spot any.. but we can’t guarantee..” So we found ourselves in group number one, the first of the evening to […]

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CITY-LIGHT PROJECT – MELBOURNE

Melbourne is in a grip of an obsession with public art, particular nu-skool evocations of graffiti and stencil art. Citylights is among the more innovative examples, using light boxes to display public art in lanes and alleyways in the central business district. The work is mainly classic stencil art infused with political and pop cult […]

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