Australia Travel News 07/07/2011


  • Baseball making a comeback in Australia – StamfordAdvocate

    It will take an incredible amount of work for 2011 not to be the greatest summer in the lives of the members of the trio of baseball All-Star teams from Perth, Australia barnstorming the East Coast during July.

  • Oz360 – Tom and Amy explore Australia: CAMPSITE # 84 – A Stripper In The Outback

    We were at a loss, it was pelting down with rain in what was supposed to be the stinking hot Australian outback. What were we to do? We had just under a week to kill until we were due to be ready and willing to begin work in Port Augusta. An imaginary light bulb instantly appeared above our heads when we read about..

  • Uluru – Overrated Rock or Australia Highlight? | Flashpacker HQ

    After the Great Barrier Reef, I think it’s safe to assume that Uluru, aka Ayer’s Rock, is the second most well known “attraction” in Australia. Located in the Red Center of Australia, this massive monolith is a very spiritual place for the native aboriginals. But is Uluru all it’s cracked up to be for travelers?

  • 10 Reasons Why NOT to Move to Australia

    What I am going to do here is run through each of Fred’s 10 points, summarise them in my own words and give you one short Fred quote from it. But to get the full flavour of Fred’s wonderful website, you really should visit it for yourself and read it all.

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  • Cradle Mountain » 20 + great things to do in Hobart

    Tasmania boasts some really vibrant communities, especially the capital, Hobart. Devote at least 2 days to this lovely harbour city, and you will be rewarded with a truck load of history and culture.

  • Why You Should Visit Vineyards on Your Travels

    During my travels, I have only had one day visiting vineyards and wineries. I blogged about it my time in these Australian wineries previously, while I only had a day visiting them, I visited around 7 including a chocolate tasting place and a beer brewery too, one great thing about them is they are often closely located.

  • July is an exciting time of year in Sydney «

    With its people’s sense of style, love of sport, diverse cultural life, dynamic food scene and vibrant cityscape Sydney offers up amazing activities all year round .July proves to be no different.

  • The Road to Jervis Bay

    The trip to Jervis Bay, which incorporated some of the Grand Pacific Drive, clocked in at only 3.5 hours, but we found some worthwhile sights along the way, once we got into the area and on the drive back.

  • Top 10 Must See Sydney Sites | Aussie on the Road

    I've been lucky enough to call Sydney my home since March of this year, and in that time I've probably managed to see and experience more of it from a tourist's perspective than most people who have spent their entire lives here.

  • Plane boneyard next Australian attraction | News.com.au

    ALICE Springs has been selected to be the first aircraft "boneyard'' outside the US.