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Monthly archives for June, 2015

Bendleby Ranges

Bendleby Ranges, just an easy three and a half hours drive North of Adelaide, is an award winning adventure tourism destination located two working stations in the Flinders Ranges. It offers a range of bush activities; mountain biking, bushwalking, 4WD trails or just relaxing in the tranquil surrounds spread over about 15,000 hectares of mountain […]

Cockle Train, Goolwa Animal Farm, and More Activities at Goolw...

Fleurieu Peninsula South Australia Map

Goolwa, meaning elbow in the local Aboriginal language, is a historic town that was used as a river port owing to its proximity to the Murray River. The town is about 100 km from Adelaide, and is a part of the Fleurieu Peninsula. There are several adventurous activities that can be enjoyed during a vacation […]

Explore Whales, Wine Country, and Beautiful Beaches at Fleurie...

The Fleurieu Peninsula is a spectacular, beautiful peninsular region in South Australia that’s famous for beautiful beaches, some of the best wine in Southern Australia, and whale watching. It is the perfect destination for a family holiday, an adventure filled getaway, or just a relaxing spot to enjoy sun and sand. Here are some options […]

Coonawarra – Penola for fine wine and fascinating histor...

Limestone coast

The Coonawarra wine district, located in the south eastern corner of South Australia just north of the small town of Penola, is world renowned for its fine red wines. The quality wine is produced from a small area of rich red soil over a low limestone ridge forming a North-South lens approximately 15km by 2km […]

Four Fun Events for Every Age Group at the Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide City Pocket Map - UBD

A visit to the Adelaide Zoo is fun for people of all age groups with close up animal and wildlife experiences, nature walks, and year around events that should go on every bucket list. The Adelaide Zoo is operated on a non-profit basis and is also among the oldest zoos in Australia. After visiting Wang […]

NSW Ski Fields

Recent snowfalls have already provided an extensive base snow cover across all the NSW snowfields with more predicted later in the week. All the ski resorts are geared up for the official opening of the 2015 ski season this weekend so here is a rundown on the NSW ski destinations. Perisher With four interlinked resort […]

Himeji Garden – Four essentials while you are strolling ...

The Adelaide Himeji Garden, a gift from Adelaide‚Äôs Japanese sister city Himeji in 1982 to celebrate the links between the two cities, is another gem in the Adelaide Parklands. This small, peaceful garden is an amalgamation of the senzui and the kare senzui classical Japanese garden styles. Initially designed by the local municipal council, the […]

Outback Road Closures

Over the last few days we have had a broad and heavy rain band sweep over central outback SA and into NSW and a lot of outback roads have been cut. Here is a summary of current conditions;   SA   Flinders and Gammon Ranges: Most roads are open with caution, Parachilna to Balcanoona open […]

Ayers Rock – Planning an Adventurous 3 Day Itinerary

Located in the Red Centre Region of Australia; Ayers Rock and its surrounding areas offer picturesque settings that are awe inspiring for the travel worthy. Among the must-explore sites and attractions, your itinerary really include watching the sun rise and set over the gorgeous Uluru. Exploring this region gives you a chance to delve deeper […]

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