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Australia DESTINATIONS: Queensland & Great Barrier Reef North Australia & Red Centre (Darwin, Uluru etc.) South & East Australia (Sydney, Melbourne & Wine Regions) See All Posts Tagged “Australia” Feature Articles Queensland & Great Barrier Reef Car Rental | Best Hotels Brisbane | Travel Insurance | Intrepid Australia Tours | Airport Transfers | Queensland (North East Australia) is home to the largest natural reef in the world – The Great Barrier …

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6 Tasty Cooking Classes in Melbourne – Make Typical Australian Food & More…

Megsy Cooking Classes, Food

Looking for Cooking Classes in Melbourne? Want to learn more about what is Typical Australian Food? I’m sure any travelling foodie will love to get involved in a tasty cooking experience during their trip to Melbourne, so that’s why we’ve put together this handy list to help you find the tastiest cooking classes in Melbourne. Australia is known for its multicultural history and Melbourne is certainly a melting pot for …

Australia Inspiration: 15 Incredible reasons to visit NT (Northern Territory)

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The Northern Territory, Australia. The best part of the country to get a real Aussie Outback experience. From crocodiles to Aboriginal rock art, thousands of years old. The NT, as us Aussies call it, is the best place in Australia to get back to nature and discover the unique history, landscape and culture that makes Australia a one of a kind destination. Darwin Darwin is the capital of NT. It’s …

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15 Reasons To Add SE Queensland To Your Australia Itinerary

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Incredible beaches, unique cuisine and the opportunity to 4WD and go sandboarding on an island with no roads? That’s South East Queensland. But whenever we speak to international tourists who visited Australia, we ask the same question: “Did you visit Brisbane?” (Queensland’s capital) The resounding answer: “No”. Most people fly from Sydney to the Great Barrier Reef and skip Brisbane and South East Queensland entirely. But having lived and explored …

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Kakadu Tours From Darwin – Kakadu National Park Adventure Tours Australia

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Kakadu tours from Darwin – Day 2. We arrive in Kakadu national park via an off road “shortcut”, that takes our huge 4WD truck through rocky streams and Australia’s iconic orange dirt. Our first stop will be Maguk (Barramundi Gorge). But their may be a Kakadu surprise waiting for us when we arrive! (On Day 1 we visited Litchfield National Park and Mary River – click to read) Kakadu Tours From …

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Degustation Brisbane: Traditional Australian Food & Bush Tucker Menu

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Kangaroo, emu, crocodile and even possum would be gracing our table for this one of a kind native Australian degustation dining experience in Brisbane, Queensland. – Degustation Brisbane: Our lust for trying unique, unusual local food combines with our love of beer and wine pairing. We explore the Bush Tucker Degustation Menu at Tukka, West End, Brisbane. Australian Native Food: Bush Tucker – vs. Traditional Australian food If you head to …

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Dreamworld Australia – Top Things to do on the Gold Coast. Food Fun & Adventure All In One Place

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As I climbed into the front seat of a ride simply called “Buzzsaw” it occurred to me that I had no idea what this ride actually did. I didn’t watch it before joining the queue, I had my Ride Express pass in hand so I practically ran up and jumped on. It wasn’t until I was tightly strapped in and the ride started to take me up…..up 15 storeys that I realised that I …

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Top 10 Travel Questions about Brisbane, Australia Answered

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Brisbane is the capital city of the sunshine state – Queensland. Sadly it’s often overlooked by many tourists. Why? Well because most people only have a limited time and it just seems easier to fly directly from Sydney to the Great Barrier Reef and skip Brisvegas all together. I am proud to say I am from Brisbane. For some reason when foreigners ask me where I’m from, and I respond …

Why Scoot is the best way to get from Australia to Asia on a budget. (Review)

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You may not have heard of Singapore Airlines’ new budget carrier “Scoot” but its a recently launched airline that is bound to make some waves in the budget airline scene. Taking on the already established Jetstar, Air Asia and and Tiger what makes this airline any different? Its the little things…   What does Scoot have to offer?   Cheap Fares When you buy your ticket thats all you get so …

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The best of Australia: 2 years living and working down under

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PHOTO BLOG. Living somewhere gives you a completely different perspective than visiting for a few days. Australia has stunning scenery, especially beaches, but it also has a whole lot of nothing! A whistle stop tour of the sights doesn’t let you appreciate just how much outback there is, an endless untamed wilderness. in between the many hours of driving, passing the same old landscape, when you do finally arrive at points …

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Discover Food, Fun & Travel Information for destinations around the world. Search below by destination for insider travel ideas, foodie guides and more! Feature Destinations Our Top 7 Feature Destinations All Destinations – Click Below We’ve visited 93+ countries. Every country we’ve written about is listed below. Just click the region to get started.

History Of Feta Cheese (Greek) vs Bulgarian Cheese (Sirene)

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In This Article, A History Of Feta Cheese (Greek) vs Bulgarian Cheese (Sirene) and other white brined cheeses of the Balkans and Middle East. Feta cheese is the most famous variety of white brined cheese in the world. However, very similar cheeses have been made around the Balkan region, eastern Mediterranean, middle east and beyond, probably since at least 8000 BC. In this article & podcast episode we explore the …