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Australian embassies crack down on ‘pest’ travelers

Australian embassies crack down on ‘pest’ travelers
December 5, 2014 - 0 Comments - Travel Wire Asia

AUSTRALIA’S government is attempting to curb Australian travelers’ soaring expectations of what help they can get from their embassies, such as a loan to pay a prostitute in Thailand or assistance to evict a polecat from a ceiling in the United States.

5 good reasons not to skip Canberra

5 good reasons not to skip Canberra
October 31, 2013 - 0 Comments - Liz Ledden

Find accommodation in Canberra to suit your budget on Agoda.com AUSTRALIA’S capital, Canberra, may not have Sydney’s sparkling beaches or Melbourne’s Euro-style, but scratch its sleepy surface and some detour-worthy sites are uncovered. Canberra is home to some magnificent galleries, museums and parkland, with more than enough to see and do to fill a long-weekend…>

Coffee, dinner and drinks on a Melbourne weekend

Coffee, dinner and drinks on a Melbourne weekend
July 22, 2012 - 0 Comments - Liz Ledden

MELBOURNE offers a little touch of cosmopolitan Europe in Australia – think a cool, cultured urban centre, winding laneways packed with cafes, hidden arcades and interesting neighbourhoods. Melbourne attracts weekend getaway crowds for its sporting and cultural events, but these drawcards aside, there are excellent eats, small bars and cafes to explore. Here is a…>

Daytripping: 4 more great Sydney excursions

Daytripping: 4 more great Sydney excursions
July 3, 2012 - 0 Comments - Liz Ledden

THERE are many options for daytrips from Sydney, from beautiful beaches to historic towns and even a world-class wine region. Here are some options for getting out of the city for a day (and for more ideas, see Part 1). The Hunter Valley One of Australia’s premier wine growing regions, the Hunter Valley, can be…>

Daytripping: 4 great Sydney excursions

Daytripping: 4 great Sydney excursions
June 13, 2012 - 0 Comments - Liz Ledden

SYDNEY isn’t just a great city, the surrounding coastline and countryside are packed with great beaches, charming towns, beautiful scenery and more outdoor activities than you could possibly find time for. Here are four of our favourite Sydney excursions. Grand Pacific Drive This scenic daytrip option south of Sydney consists of a drive through the…>

Nature all around: Australia’s Kakadu National Park

Nature all around: Australia’s Kakadu National Park
June 6, 2012 - 0 Comments - Natasha von Geldern

AN exquisite blue kingfisher alights on a paperbark tree and is reflected in the lily-studded water on Yellow Water billabong. Somewhere nearby a four-metre crocodile lurks under the trailing roots of freshwater mangroves. I’m in Kakadu National Park and the steamy fecundity of nature is everywhere around me.  From watching the glorious sunset over Arnhem…>

Marrickville: Sydney’s new cafe frontier

Marrickville: Sydney’s new cafe frontier
June 3, 2012 - 1 Comments - Liz Ledden

THE inner west Sydney suburb of Marrickville, seven kilometres from the city centre, has long been a bastion of cheap and cheerful Vietnamese restaurants. While these are still in abundance in the lively, multi-cultural suburb, its gentrification in recent years has seen Marrickville evolve from its industrial, migrant-populated roots to a melting pot that now…>

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