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Norfolk Island is a delightful place right on Australia’s doorstep, where you can truly ‘get away from it all’. If you want a relaxing island holiday among breathtaking scenery, with plenty of things to do and luxury accommodation, our friends at Hibiscus Apartments have seven reasons for you to put this destination at the top of your next holiday wish-list: Norfolk Island Lookout. Credit: Norfolk Island Tourism. 1. It's just so easy to get there Located only the hours from Australia's east coast by air, Norfolk Island is on Australia's doorstep. It offers many of the great attributes you'd find in more distant overseas holiday locations. For busy singles, couples, groups, or families looking for a . . .
Not too long ago, the word ‘remote’ meant ‘inaccessible’ for most people, but Corporate Air's private charter flights have changed that. Now you can reach and enjoy the supreme beauty of the Australian wilderness without relying on major airlines. Flying by private jet is the most convenient and fastest way to get to Australia’s World Heritage-listed sites and unique places of great cultural, natural and spiritual significance. Using a professional team with a reliable network among Australia’s finest travel industry providers means there will be no unnecessary overnight stays or transit between regional airports, no queues, no unexpected cancellations or delays and no inconvenient flying times. Remote . . .
Australia’s Kimberley Coast is home to some of the world’s most incredible natural landscapes. This year the National Geographic Orion will complete her inaugural voyage along this amazing coastline. If that’s not enough to capture your imagination, here are seven other reasons to cruise the Kimberley Coast. 1. SCENERY: Rugged and remote, the Kimberley Coast is the gateway to the Kimberley Region which is home to dramatic gorges, soaring cliffs, crystal clear waterfalls, rock pools and reefs. These have all been beautifully preserved and you will be able to see, feel, hear, smell and touch the power of Mother Nature everywhere you go. 2. WILDLIFE: You can get up close to the world underwater by diving and snorkel . . .
Perth to Geraldton: A favourite Australian Road Trip Driving from Perth north to Geraldton offers easy and scenic access to the stunning Coral and Turquoise Coasts, with their golden beaches, reefs scattered with shipwrecks, remote coastal towns, fields of wildflowers and f . . .
There’s lots to consider when planning an Aussie holiday. Where will you be going? Will it be a family trip, a lovers’ weekend, or a solo adventure? Is there one destination, or several? Will you use a budget car hire for a road trip? Will it be focused on sight . . .
Despite all the exciting attractions of Western Australia, many travellers bypass the city of Perth and spend the majority of their time in places like Sydney and Brisbane. While Eastern Australia is a wonderful place to visit, there can be no doubt that Perth and the surrou . . .
There are plenty of great reasons to visit Melbourne, and most of us already know about iconic landmarks in the city like the Flinders Street Railway Station or the Yarra River. If these landmarks alone aren't enough of a reason to get you to make the flight from elsewhere i . . .
Sydney is one of the youngest major cities in the world and it hasn’t quite made a name for itself. Northern Hemisphere people would be hard-pressed to name a building down under, except that seashell opera house. That’s changing though. In the midst of a worl . . .
Tasmania and why I love it. Anyone who has visited Tasmania will tell you what a fantastic surprise it is when they finally get around to visiting. Many of us have heard all kinds of jokes about Tasmania, two heads, cold weather and so on and for some reason put off the jou . . .
A holiday in Australia is a unique experience. Australia is rich in natural attractions such as the world famous Ayers Rock; something that you will never forget and unique to Australia. The Three Sisters, Kakadu, Bungle Bungles, Kata Tjuta, the list goes on and on and so . . .
Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, it is beautiful city located alongside the peaceful waters of the Swan River. It is home to some great landmarks such as the heritage building,The Perth Mint. This is a must see as it is Australia's oldest operating mint. If . . .
Adelaide is the capital of South Australia. It is a calm city divided into two parts, Adelaide and North Adelaide, which are separated by Torrens River. Adelaide is a beautiful place to visit all year round as there are a diverse range of landscapes in and around Adelaide i . . .
Sydney is the capital of New South Wales. It is one of Australia’s most popular cities as well as the oldest and the largest city. Sydney is built around a stunning huge harbour, it is full of many tourist attractions and landmarks. It is also home to some fabulous bea . . .
The famous Whitsundays are a fantastic location to visit in the warmer months. They are located off the Whitsunday Coast, in Queensland. There are 74 different islands which make up this beautiful destination. If you are looking for an overnight trip in the Whitsundays, the . . .
Byron Bay is a quiet beachside town in New South Wales, close to the Queensland border. If you are looking for a relaxing holiday or weekend away, Byron Bay is the place to be. I travelled to Byron Bay for the weekend away from the Gold Coast which is an easy 1 - 1.5 hours . . .
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland. It is a stunning and lively city that is home to many different types of scenery, including skyscrapers, parkland and even an artificial beach. Brisbane is a great place to visit and there is so much to see and do just in the city. I re . . .
Gold Coast is a very popular location for international and domestic tourists, and it’s no wonder with the array of attractions and events you can visit. The Gold Coast is a great place to visit all year round, but the best time to visit in my opinion would have to be . . .
If you like the outdoors, photography and hiking then no visit to Tasmania is complete without spending time in Cradle Mountain. What a fantastic part of Tasmania this is!! Beautiful fresh air, rugged landscapes, a range of hiking tracks and a wealth of photographic opportun . . .
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