Browsing Category Australia

Bendigo by moonlight

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Since turning 18, guest traveller Paul Yole has been travelling the world, photographing his adventures and chasing storms. Any chance he gets, you can find him in an aircraft, whether flying himself or commercial. His favourite destination to date is the Hawaiian Islands, which he hopes to return to soon. In the meantime, he’s exploring ...

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Life’s a picnic on Tasmania’s smallest private island

Thursday, September 2, 2021

What is it like to own a private island? We ask Clem Newton-Brown, the owner of Tasmania's Picnic Island to take us behind the scenes and explain what it is like to be the custodian of a unique piece of Australia. How did you end up buying a private island in Tasmania? I heard about this little island ...

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Ten reasons to visit Wee Waa

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

If you're dreaming about a country adventure, here's some inspiration. Sarah Wilson from Love thy Farmer shares 10 reasons to visit Wee Waa in New South Wales. Visit the Auscott cotton gin and discover the amazing journey cotton takes from the field to the shirt on your back. Grab morning tea at the Wee Waa Bakery and ...

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Grab your boots and explore Queensland’s Scenic Rim

Monday, January 18, 2021

Situated on the doorstep of Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Queensland's Scenic Rim features six national parks, three dams, and hundreds of hiking adventures. Pull on your boots and try out... The Scenic Rim Trail with fascinating flora, fantastic fauna and fabulous food Together with 12 fellow adventurers, join an expertly guided tour through the Great Dividing Range's ...

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Qantas turns 100

Monday, November 16, 2020

Today marks 100 years since Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services (QANTAS) was founded in the Australian outback. On 16 November 1920, two veterans of the Australian Flying Corps, Hudson Fysh and Paul McGinness, together with local grazier Fergus McMaster, founded what would later become the national carrier. This happened just 17 years after the first powered ...

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On the beers ready for regional travel

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Fingers and toes are crossed across Victoria that the rusty Ring Of Steel may be dismantled on Sunday evening. Even if not, please let me fly the flag for my most recent filming location, the Great Alpine Road. Sorry Great Ocean Road, you get too much kudos, this road that runs from approximately Wangaratta (The ...

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