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Hiking the Great Ocean Walk with Bothfeet
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Moving Experiences: Hiking Safaris In Australia

“Did I miss the turn?” Rainer pulls out the map, confused. We’ve been driving passed meadows of sheep, cows and hills rolling like gentle ribbons of green. Driving the Great Ocean Road, we’ve taken a detour into the country, eager to spend some time in enjoying the beauty of the […]

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The Edge. Photo courtesy of Eureka Skydeck 88.
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5 Ways To Get High In Melbourne, Australia

One fun fact about me is I absolutely love heights. That’s not to say they don’t make me nervous, however, I truly love the dizzying feeling combined with the aerial views. For those visiting Melbourne, there are many ways to see the city from above, or get high, such as: […]

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Photo Of The Moment: At The Edge Of The Earth In Cape Byron, Australia
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Photo Of The Moment: At The Edge Of The Earth In Cape Byron, Australia

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Cradle Mountain, Tasmania. Photo courtesy of sufw.
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Australia’s Most Stunning Camping Destinations

Australia is a massive country with extraordinary diversity in terms of landscape and culture. One of the best ways to see the country is by driving across it, which allows you to really get out into its remote stretches. Caravanning and camping in Australia are both extremely popular as a […]

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Mad Wine Scientist: Making My Own Blend In South Australia’s Barossa Valley

When traveling, I enjoy immersive experiences where you learn by doing rather than looking. While Penfold’s tasting bar in South Australia’s Barossa Valley allows you to sample wines firsthand, the Make Your Own Blend Experience allows you to experience the same process winemakers do when creating a blended wine. You’ll don a […]

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Prostitutes, Singing Bridges And Saucy Balls: Traveler’s Guide To Quirky Melbourne, Australia
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Prostitutes, Singing Bridges And Saucy Balls: Traveler’s Guide To Quirky Melbourne, Australia

For those traveling to Melbourne, Australia, the city’s ambient lanes and avenues filled with hip eateries, boutique shopping and beautiful parks is also home to some quirky fare. You just need to know where to look. To make your trip to the city more interesting, here is a guide to the […]

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Love Is In The Air: Australia Launches In-Flight Dating Service This Valentine’s Day
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Love Is In The Air: Australia Launches In-Flight Dating Service This Valentine’s Day

For those who have ever fantasized about finding love on an airplane, Jetstar is launching Australia‘s first in-flight dating service. The company is partnering with dating site RSVP to host an event this Valentine’s Day that will take place on a flight from Sydney to the Gold Coast. Twenty-eight singles […]

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Epicurious South Australia: 10 Tasty Food & Wine Experiences
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Epicurious South Australia: 10 Tasty Food & Wine Experiences

For travelers looking for an epicurious getaway, South Australia is home to myriad food and wine experiences. From artisanal farm shops to lush wine regions to soft tangy cheeses and fine chocolates, here is your guide to the tasty side of South Australia. Getting There If you fly Qantas Airways, your […]

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12 Quintessential Experiences To Have On Australia’s Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is an Australian destination that has remained relatively untouched. People work together to create a sustainable community, wildlife can be spotted in its natural habitat, food is sourced locally, beaches are blissfully quiet and the bush is a place of solitude. To experience the best this untouched island […]

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South Australia Beyond The Barossa: An Epicurious Experience In Adelaide Hills
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South Australia Beyond The Barossa: An Epicurious Experience In Adelaide Hills

“The best piece of wine advice ever given to me was to drink promiscuously,” says Jason Miller of Rich & Lingering, our tour guide for the day. “Try different styles, flavors, grapes.” We’re departing the Hilton Adelaide for a day spent in South Australia’s lesser-known wine country. While most people […]

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