admin on October 1st, 2018

Here we will endeavor to provide information on travel, accommodation, flights, tours, restaurants, thing to do and attractions throughout the World.

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admin on September 28th, 2018

Sydney is a gem during the day and during the night alike. There is so much to see and do both during the day and the night. There are lots of interesting places to see at night in and around the Sydney CDB, and all are within easy traveling distance from one another. From Centerpoint Tower you can see all of Sydney & inner suburbs. Sydney’s Centerpoint tower is a great place to start the evening with a meal in its revolving restaurant that has gives the visitor a spectacular look over the city and harbor from all angles. You can also take a drink as you take in this great view all in from one of the bars. Read the rest of this entry »

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admin on September 24th, 2018

Fleurieu Peninsula

This is one region in the south of Adelaide with a diverse landscape and offers vast coastlines with beautiful beaches, rolling Mt Lofty ranges, ancient vineyards and farmland communities.

The middle and south parts of the coast of the stunning Fleurieu Peninsula are a great place for expert surfers. The frequent swells in summer and storms in winter add an extra thrill to the lovers of the board. These different surf conditions offer a variety to the experiences surfers to test their prowess in this hobby, and practice to sharpen the skill as well. Read the rest of this entry »

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admin on September 20th, 2018

This is a wonder feature that is located in Western Australia. It is specifically stretches over 100km south of Coral Bay and north towards Exmouth .  Ningaloo means ‘Point of Land’. This is one of the wonders of the world that has been preserved over the years. It is a coral reef that runs over 260 kilometers and one of the things that makes this very unique is the fact that you can walk from the beach to a coral reef straight. Some of the most rare species of fishes and other sea animals are found in this reef and they live well even with people’s interference as they visit the reef.

There is great variety of fishes and coral and millions of a great share of marine animals are found this reef. Some of the rare animals found here are such as the humpback whales, the dugongs, the manta rays, the whale shark is also found in this wonder of the world. The waters of Ningaloo are also breeding grounds for the whale shark that comes all the way here to breed. To get the best places to view the whales is off the Tantabiddi and Mangrove Bay areas. For your information the Whale Sharks are not dangerous they eat plankton’s and you can swim in the Ningaloo Reef without the fear of the sharks snapping out your life.

One of the greatest experiences in the Ningaloo Reef is the diving schools for the vast majority of visitors that come to the Ningaloo Reef and cannot swim. It is through the diving that you get the best views of the magnificent coral reef. Other ways of viewing the reef is through glass bottomed boats, there are also semi submersible boats depending on what one prefers.

From Perth the Ningaloo Reef is accessed via the Brand Highway. It is one long road drive. For those who would prefer to fly the closest point to fly to reach the Ningaloo Reef is Learmonth Airport 40km south of Exmouth. Carnarvon is 130km from Gnaraloo, 240km from Coral Bay, and 350km from Exmouth. Carnarvon does have its own coral to snorkel on, right next to shore 40km north of town at the Blowholes (Point Quobba).

The Ningaloo Reef is a must visit for anyone who is on tour in Australia it is unforgivable to leave before making a trip to the largest coral reef in the world. The one reef that is visible from space. Accommodation options in Ningaloo Reef are several.

 




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admin on September 16th, 2018

Here you are Backpacking, Caravaning or just Travelling around Australia.

As you go from city to city your not sure what is available but here are a series of links that you can use that can really help you.

It provides you with all the different categories of businesses that you may need.

Melbourne Travel

Sydney Travel

Brisbane Travel

Canberra Travel

Hobart Travel

Darwin Travel

Adelaide Travel

Perth Travel

I am sure this will be of great assistance.

Good luck.




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admin on September 11th, 2018

The city of Fremantle is more or less a “port city” located in Western Australia.

From its history, you will realize that it was the first settlement of the Swan River colonists back in 1829 and was later declared to be a city in 1929. It has a population of approximately 26,000 people.

Fremantle city is named after a Captain – Charles Fremantle, who was the English naval officer who had pronounced possession of Western Australia back in the colonial days. The captain had established a camp at the site. Read the rest of this entry »

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admin on September 10th, 2018

Margaret River is a very spectacular holiday destination that is located in Western Australia; approximately 300kms from the city of Perth. This is an area blessed with attractive landscapes (including caves), mediterranean maritime climate and a huge variety of wines to choose from. It would be indeed justifiable to say that this is a fantastic place to visit; which has all the qualities of a perfect holiday all in one.
The wine culture here began 40 years ago and this time has been a complete turnaround for Margaret River from a small town to being a much sought after tourist destination, having the distinction of being one of the top wine producing regions in the world. This region is home to over 200 vineyards and 90 wineries. The Margaret River wine region stretches for about 120 km from North to South and about 30 km from East to West. The area accounts for twenty percent of Australia’s premium wines and is world famous for its lovely features. Actually wine is the backbone of Margaret River area and all activities revolve around it in and around the wineries. Read the rest of this entry »

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admin on September 9th, 2018

In the northern region of Western Australia, you will find the city of Broome. It is a remote town that is on the coastline of the Indian ocean. It is also the largest and the most popular area in the larger Kimberley region. With time it has gained popularity as a tourist destination. Read the rest of this entry »

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admin on September 8th, 2018

Sydney’s restaurants, pubs and cafes are in generous numbers. It is a reflection of the multicultural nature of the city. They range from local Australian cuisine to Italian, European, Asian, Japanese, Mediterranean and more.

As you tour different districts in Sydney here are some of the places you can look out for.  In the West there are several Cambodian and Turkish restaurants. In the South you can find Greek and Lebanese restaurants. Looking for Indian, African, Japanese restaurants head to the suburbs in the north. While suburbs in the east host Indonesian and European restaurants. Read the rest of this entry »

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admin on September 7th, 2018

Melbourne is not only rich with its flora and fauna, its wildlife, its great scenes, but also with great foods. A variety that you cannot exhaust. For travelers who love to dip their taste buds on culinary delicacies, Melbourne presents an abundance of affordable, high quality restaurants offering almost every cuisine.

Whether you are Jewish Islam, Chinese, African, Irish or Barbadian, Melbourne has a joint that accommodates you. If you like to keep it safe, eating what you are familiar with, you will find it here. Similarly if you want to try out new menus, you will be lost for choice in Melbourne. The restaurants cut across from the sophisticated elegant five-stars, to modern cafes, trattorias, to hip bars. Melbourne has it all. Read the rest of this entry »

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