- Pebbly BeachThere are many reasons to visit Australia, and one of them without a doubt is to see kangaroo on a beach. Well where else?
After spending a couple of days roaming around the most bori Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Jan 18, 2017
- Day 21 Bottom Half of Western Australia continued[center][/center]
Mount Magnet had some wonderful scenery and excellent tourist drives to follow. We did them and now are making our way to wildflower country by heading to the small tow Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 18, 2017
- Day 21Bottom Half of Western Australia[center][/center]
We are in the outback, miles away from everything, just us in our caravan and the wildlife outside. This is the place to see the stars at their best! In the morning Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 18, 2017
Just on the corner from our hotel was the beautiful St Michael's Church, we made a quick visit here before setting off to the Royal Botanic Gardens. We could have used the tram for a quick journey, Posted by Pollyaway in Fulfilling a Dream - Australia 2017 | Jan 17, 2017
- Day 20 Bottom Half of Western Australia[center][/center]
We hooked up the caravan and were on the way again, but first I walked Leonora's main street as the sun was in the right direction for photos I couldn't take the day b Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 17, 2017
- Start into 2017 - more exciting than expectedNew Year’s Day greeted us with the first sunshine for almost a week. That was great news, as we had not gone to Porongurup National Park so far hoping for nice weather. In the national park, we headed to Castle Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 17, 2017
- Big Lap PlanningFollow us (Garry & Deb) as we set out on an 11 month big lap around Australia commencing on 30.01.2017. We will be setting off from our home on Victoria's Surf Coast and travelling in a clockwise direction through SA, Posted by OzJourney in The Journey | Jan 16, 2017
- WintonThe narrow piece of bitumen leaving Boulia is about as narrow as you could get and still have four wheels on the tar! To be exact it's about the axle width of a road train so if you meet Posted by slamrs in chUGGing Tasmania and the West 2016 | Jan 16, 2017
- Perth to Bottom End of Australia - Roadtrip**Disclaimer. There are photos here that are from my previous travel site virtualtourist. VT has shut down. Please ignore that VT flag, thongs, VA's and other paraphernalia that may appear here.**
TRIP TITLE - WILDFLOWERS AND WINE.
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Posted by aussirose in 2013 Perth to Bottom End of Australia | Jan 15, 2017
- Closing out a great year 2016The Southern Forests are dotted with national parks. Their most well-known attraction is the tree top walk in Walpole-Nornalup National Park through one of the rare red tingle forests. As we reached the carpark, it was apparent that this is Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 15, 2017
- We are officially Down Under
Singapore Air Flight SQ207 to Melbourne, flight 2 of 4. So the outbound flight was a bit of a letdown for me mainly due to the disappointing inflight entertainment . I didn't Posted by Pollyaway in Fulfilling a Dream - Australia 2017 | Jan 15, 2017
- Onto the Victoria South Coast, and Gippsland.Travelling form Cooma we traversed yet another mountain pass with beautiful forest and rolling hills. The steep trip down played havoc with the breaks of the van - the service in Coffs had set them way too low - and Posted by Johannstock in Johann & Noelene's Trip to Tasmania | Jan 14, 2017
- Cook to Canberra INTERNATIONAL Airport, Friday, 13 Jan 2017
Today is the day we fly direct from Canberra to Singapore from Canberra Airport and we are so excited not to have to travel to Sydney a day early, stay overnight in the airport hotel an Posted by gaddingabout in Mystical Irrawaddy | Jan 14, 2017
- CAIRNS TO CAPE TRIB - 7 DAY ROADTRIP**Disclaimer. There are photos here that are from my previous travel site virtualtourist. VT has shut down. Please ignore that VT flag, thongs, VA's and other paraphernalia that may appear here.**
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- Mt Gambier8-10 Jan.
We kept driving (after passing through Robe) until we could find a town with both vacancies in the caravan park and power (for air conditioning – seeing as it was 38 degrees!) We found Millicent (population 5023), with a Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 13, 2017
- Empty beaches – access with 4WD onlyAfter our relaxing Christmas Holidays in Margaret River, we headed off on Boxing Day. Our first stop was Surfers Point, one of the most famous breaks along the Margaret River coast. The waves coming in were really big and there Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 13, 2017
- Melbourne Walks # 1[center][/center]
My last part of "A Walk in the Park" trail, was spent exploring Fitzroy Garden's model Tudor village, located not in a building but in the open air. In 1948, the Tudor Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 13, 2017
- Melbourne Walks # 1
I must say I love gardens as I'm a keen gardener, but you don't have to be a keen gardener to enjoy them, for this walk took me to Treasury gardens and the much larger Fitzroy gardens wh Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 12, 2017
- Melbourne Walks # 1
I always check out walking trails where-ever I go, so for 6 days in Melbourne I did the same.
Melbourne has excellent trails to follow, all have free brochures with the name of the trai Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 12, 2017
- Melbourne Walks # 1
MELBOURNE - SPORTS CAPITAL OF THE WORLD 2016 - MOST LIVEABLE CITY IN THE WORLD
As I live in Brisbane, Queensland, so Melbourne is south of the border and the inhabitants are known Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 12, 2017
- Tuesday 10-1Beautiful sunshine again as we headed west ? Seeing we were close to S.A. Rosey wanted to get over the border today so we told Navman Karen to take us to Naracoorte. Of course the easy way would have been Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- Monday 9-1In typical Victorian weather conditions Sunday arvo turned to Crap so we decided to move in search of sun. After studying Wikicamps we headed to a place called Wannon that had a camp area near a waterfall. What a surprise, Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- 1st HopWe left Korumburra (cheering loudly) on Saturday 7-1-2017 and headed to the Sorrento to Queenscliff Ferry. 1st on & 1st off, so far a good start.
Arrived at our first stop of Meredith Park C Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- Australia the Easy WayWell it's finally happening, we are on the road full-time. We've cleaned out the house and put it up for sale with an agent while we travel around this big country and see what others have been raving about :) Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- The East CoastSo on a lot of our blog posts we tell you to prepare yourself for a long blog, well, hold on to your hats guys, because this one will blow you out of the water!
Don't worry its mainly photos as Posted by Benannatravels in South East Asia and Australia | Jan 10, 2017