Australia Travel News 10/20/2011
Travel agents call for government to intervene in Qantas strikes | CNNGo.com
Travel agents said that staff are working long hours to reschedule tickets and have threatened to stop selling Qantas tickets.
Virgin Australia pilot blown from stairs by passing plane – The Times of India
SYDNEY: A Virgin Australia pilot was recovering on Thursday after being blasted from the stairs leading up to his plane by the engine thrust of a passing Qantas 747 jumbo.
Queen in Australia: Canberra’s flower show must go on for the Queen – Telegraph
The annual Floriade flower festival closed its doors four days ago, but reopened for the Queen on Thursday on the first full day of what could be her last trip to Australia.
Australia wealthiest nation in world: report
According to the 2011 Credit Suisse Global Wealth report, Australia has a median wealth of US$222,000 ($217,559), the highest in the world and nearly four times the amount of each US adult.
Look out world – here come the Aussies | Herald Sun
AUSTRALIA’S 2015 World Cup campaign has begun in emphatic style.
Pat Cummins and Mitchell Marsh made history as the next generation stamped themselves on international cricket in Australia’s 93-run demolition of South Africa.
Why I love Australia | Backpackers Hostels Blog
I dreamed of one day being able to visit Australia, the exotic country where people spent all day at the beach and the weather was always glorious. I finally made that dream come true at the age of 29.
Australia Travel Blog – Travel Tips from Rocky Australia Travel Guide
I hope the australian travel stories I share with you on my australia rocky travel guide will trigger your wanderlust and inspire you to discover this amazing place which is Australia!
Ten reasons why I love Australia | hostelworld
I’ve a soft spot for Australia for a very special reason…this was the country that first introduced me to backpacking. If it wasn’t for Australia I wouldn’t have the job I have now…travelling around the world making videos, recording podcasts, gathering content for our free pocket guides and more. I love Australia so much in fact, that I’ve decided to put together a list of ten reasons I love the country I once called home.
Australia blog Roundtable: Why I love Australia | y Travel Blog
She is a big part of who I am. She has gifted me with so many opportunities that I know so many other people in this world will never have.
Sydney’s Chinese Garden of Friendship in Photos | Don’t Ever Look Back
It’s one of the only Chinese Gardens outside of Asia and offers significant insight into Chinese cultural heritage. Developed by Sydney’s sister city Guangzou in China, it truly feels like you’re in a whole different world and is a great place to visit if you want to escape for a couple of hours.