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K’gari (Fraser) Island revisited

It’s been twenty-eight long years since I sailed the great sandy straight alongside Fraser Island, Queensland. The plan was to cruise past the island, destination Moreton Bay- but the outgoing tide of the sandy straight had other ideas. We were marooned for two days waiting for the tide to turn. It

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Discover the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast's star attraction is its beaches, including the world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise. Beyond the beaches, discover laid-back neighbourhoods, a booming culinary scene and the Gold Coast's famous theme parks. Be sure to leave enough time for a trip into the subtropical hinterland for rainforest walks and waterfalls. The Gold Coast has

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Tour your way through WA

Travellers to Western Australia are spoilt for choice with what is on offer when exploring the region. Here are some of the top things to do when visiting Western Australia.  Latest updates for Shark Bay The World Heritage-listed Shark Bay region, located in WA’s Coral Coast – is renowned for its natural beauty, biological diversity and abundance of marine

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What’s on in Western Australia

It is Australia’s biggest state and with that comes a region with a diverse offering for any traveller. Seaplane adventures over Australia’s only horizontal waterfalls, Aboriginal cultural tours, Kimberley cruising and foodie walking tours are just some of WA’s award-winning tourism experiences. Here are just some of the new and exciting things to discover in the

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Sunshine Coast a hot spot for travellers

More travellers are visiting Queensland’s Sunshine Coast according to recent data from the National Visitor Survey. A record 3.5 million domestic visitors travelled to the Sunshine Coast in the year ending September 2018, generating a rise of 18.4 percent in expenditure to $2.4 billion. The International Visitor Survey was also released with international arrivals topping

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The best of Port Douglas

The tropical allure of Far North Queensland goes beyond just the warm weather and sunshine. It is the uncrowded beaches lines with palm trees, the azures of the ocean scattered with colourful reefs. It is the mountains covered in ancient rainforest and hidden waterfalls and swimming holes. It is that friendly

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