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Amazing Self-Drive Road Trips You Can’t Miss

Travelling Solo to Australia?  About to take off and see the globe, however feeling a touch bothered by the whole thing? Don’t worry, you’re not the sole one. Luckily, a little information goes an extended way, particularly once you’re starting out. When travelling abroad you’ll additionally need to make sure your insurance covers you within [...]

2019-09-12T12:42:12+08:00 September, 12th 2019|

The Top 10 City Breaks in Australia

Written by Laura Graham Founder & Writer for awineanddine.com.au Australia is known for its large expanses of “untouched” land and beaches. Its 25,760 km of coastline is home to some of the most urbanised areas and populated cities in the world, which makes Down Under an excellent place to have a city break. Find out [...]

2019-07-18T14:32:02+08:00 July, 18th 2019|

Take a Cruise on Sydney Harbour to enjoy the Amazing Attractions of Australia

The Waterway Going west past North Head to the north and the Hornsby Lighthouse to the south one enters an amazing body of water in and around Sydney Australia. Looking at a map one can see there is a major fork in this waterway to the northwest, but the main fork runs straight west. This [...]

2019-07-18T14:36:47+08:00 July, 18th 2019|

Take An Exciting Weekend Getaway From The Sydney Harbour

Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and also the most well-known and iconic. Who does not know the shape and picture of the classic Sydney Opera House? It is a major tourist destination and capital for tourism in Australia and that is mainly due to the fact that this city has something for [...]

2019-07-12T12:03:11+08:00 July, 12th 2019|

The Goldfields of Western Australia…offering more than you think

A friend of mine moved to Kalgoorlie earlier this year to take advantage of a massive influx of well paid Government positions due to a skill shortage.  She loves it...so much so that she has purchased a lovely property overlooking a lovely park and now her lovely fiance has moved to "Kal" as well. That [...]

2019-06-28T17:44:09+08:00 June, 28th 2019|

5 tips for domestic travel in Australia

If you ask somebody which destinations are on their travel bucket list, there’s a strong chance that they’ll say Australia. This goes for Australians too, and it’s easy to see why: with so much to offer in our own country, why would we want to go anywhere else? Whatever kind of holiday you prefer, whether [...]

2019-06-27T10:43:20+08:00 June, 27th 2019|

Winter Wonderland in South West Australia

There's something comforting about sitting in front of a fireplace on a rainy day, listening to the birds chirping, rain falling...peace and quiet. Growing up in the little fishing hamlet of Augusta, I didn't appreciate the tranquility; the silence and peace that such a sleepy town can offer.  Now, having lived in the "Big Smoke" [...]

2019-06-27T17:54:55+08:00 June, 26th 2019|

Why Western Australia

Having been in the Western Australian tourism industry since the early 1990's, it has always intrigued me as to why the largest and most pristine state in Australia only gets a very small portion of the National Tourist pie. Is it due to a lack of marketing by the Government? Is it a lack of [...]

2019-05-27T15:09:02+08:00 May, 27th 2019|

A day tour to the Pinnacles in Western Australia

Pinnacles Tour Enjoy an informative introduction into local aboriginal history in Yanchep National Park, an area of great significance in both Aboriginal and modern Australian cultures. You will taste traditional Bush Tucker for morning tea and have a go at playing the didgeridoo. Meet native Australian wildlife in their natural environment: koalas, kangaroos, birds and [...]

2018-09-10T09:21:29+08:00 March, 2nd 2016|