Australia Travel News 02/11/2011
Australia issues travel alert for UK – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Australian authorities have reissued the travel alert for the United Kingdom, after a new United States travel alert warned of the continuing high level of terrorist threat.
Win A Trip to Australia’s Northern Territory With Just a Tweet
After returning from an extensive trip around Australia for National Geographic Traveler, blogger Andrew Evans has launched a special contest for his twitter followers to win a trip to experience Australia’s Northern Territory.
Terracotta Warriors of China’s First Emperor comes to Sydney
Those looking to take in some sightseeing while holidaying in Sydney should include a trip to the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Recently, the gallery became the temporary residence of a travelling gallery that exhibits one of the great man-made wonders of the world, the terracotta army of Qin Shihaung.
Daily Photo – Whitsunday Islands, Australia
Aerial view of the Whitsunday Islands, Queensland, Australia
Australias Whitsundays remain open
Those taking a trip to Australia's Whitsunday Islands are being assured that the region remains fully accessible, despite the recent flooding in Queensland.
Aussies taking off overseas | Warwick Travel | Holidays and Tourism in Warwick | Warwick Daily News
AUSTRALIANS are taking off in grand numbers to the US, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the UK this year, thanks to a soaring Aussie dollar and cheap travel.
Tiger Airways Increases Flights in Australia | Travel Agent Central
Tiger Airways reached some major milestones this week for travel in Australia: Three new daily return flights between Brisbane and Sydney began on Monday, and regular services between Brisbane and Melbourne (Avalon Airport) followed on Tuesday.
The Life That Broke » My Favorite Spots in Sydney
I’ve experienced the music video, VIP vibe that is Ivy. I’ve daintily sipped a $20 cocktail at the Victoria Room. I’ve slurped up mussels sautéed in wine, herbs and blue cheese at the Oaks. I’ve eaten pizza with pumpkin. Pumpkin, I tell you!
Canegrowers fear huge damage from Yasi | Smh.com.au
Queensland sugarcane growers fear Cyclone Yasi could cause $500 million or more in damage to crops and farm infrastructure.
The Tale of the Flying Kangaroo » A Dangerous Business
It was right around the time we passed the fourth or fifth sign warning us to beware of emus and kangaroos that it happened.