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Boowinda Gorge | Carnarvon National Park

To reach Boowinda Gorge you need to go for an 11kim bushwalk in Carnarvon National Park.  It sounds much but the 22km round trip is worth every step, even if the day after you can barely walk! The entrance is to Boowinda Gorge is narrow, winding gorge only a few metres across in places, where […]

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Explore The World’s Oldest Art at Carnarvon National Park | Australia

This post takes place at Carnarvon National Park in Queensland, Australia. This place is just as stunning now as she was 27 million years ago. Millennia before Australia, Aboriginal People understood, respected and treasured the land. They knew it like lovers know each other’s bodies. They learned its rhythms and seasons, every flower, bird and […]

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4 Awesome Places To Visit In Mackay | Australia

Endless sandy beaches, ancient reefs teeming with life off untouched Great Barrier reef Islands, the tranquility of lush tropical rainforest and the warmth of the rugged golden hinterland. This place is full of awesome spots to visit. Here are my 4 top places to visit:   Eungella National Park The Broken River is the best place in Australia […]

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Salt Soaked and Shining

It takes asking the question “why not?” and starting the engine before finding a rational answer. Sure, life lived on a whim is one wrought with uncertainty, but it’s also one where road trips take you further than the next town and friends aren’t just the people you sat next to in school. When was […]

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Surfing Along The Sunshine Coast | Australia

This is what I like the most about the Sunshine Coast – with still a few high rise towers and shopping malls, commercial development is way more restrained and you are never too far away from a peaceful expanse of golden beach. From Double Island Point to First Point, Old Woman Island and Mooloolaba Beach, […]

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Brisbane Insider: Free Stuff

A walk in the park Where you might see a water dragon, a lake, a rainforest, an amphitheatre and one of th best views of the city skylines all from the city centre? Take a guided walk in Roma Street Parklands to find out more about this 16 hectares of glorious green space that also […]

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