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Wildflowers | Perth

Start planning your trip to Perth in September! The largest wildflower collection on earth is about to spring to life, and the Kings Park Festival is celebrating “Where the Wildflowers Are!” from 1 to 30 September.

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28 August

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UCI Mountain Bike Race | Cairns

From the 5th-10th of September, Cairns will be hosting the 2017 Mountain Bike World Championships. Anyone coming to participate in this event should take this chance to explore. Start planning your itinerary now!

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23 August

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Ningaloo Reef | Western Australia

Ningaloo Reef, on the Western Australian coastline, is home to some of the most amazing marine life in the world. It is the only place on the planet where you’ll see the most whale sharks so close to the land.

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22 August

Fraser Island Blog

Fraser Island | Queensland

Fraser Island is a truly unique place. It’s not only the largest sand island in the world – it’s also the only place where rainforests grow on elevated sand dunes. This World Heritage-listed island is one that should be experienced.

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21 August

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Blue Mountains | New South Wales

You can easily spend a few days exploring the many scenic cliffs, waterfalls and rainforests located in the Blue Mountains National Parks. Park your campervan or motorhome here and spend time gazing at the marvellous landscapes.

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19 July

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Ayers Rock | Northern Territory

Experience the Outback and the magical landscapes of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. Known for its vast remoteness, its red sand dunes and captivating culture, many refer to the Red Centre as the heart of Australia. 

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19 July

Pumpkin Roll, Goomeri

Goomeri Pumpkin Festival | Queensland

Do not miss the annual Goomeri Pumpkin Festival, your once in a lifetime opportunity to roll a pumpkin down a hill, and much much more!

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20 December

Marion Bay Lighthouse

Marion Bay | Yorke Peninsula SA

From the most amazing coastline, pure beaches and crystal clear water, Marion Bay has so much to offer - sightseeing, walking, fishing, diving and surfing.

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20 December

Dolphins Koombana Bay

Swim With Dolphins | Koombana Bay WA

The dolphin is perhaps the greatest mammal of all and we include humans in that assessment! If your bucket list includes swimming with these graceful creatures, read on.

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20 December

Fish and Chips

Our Favourite Fish & Chips | Great Ocean Road VIC

Fish and chips are an Australian staple and so in the interests of finding the very best for you, we have dedicated ourselves to taste testing as many as we can!

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7 December

Tom Jones Bluesfest

Great Events | Byron Bay Bluesfest NSW

The Byron Bay Bluesfest is synonymous with the culture of Byron Bay and is a must see event, over 100,000 people can’t be wrong! Come and see Blues legends each Easter.

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7 December

The Bank Heathcote

Wine & Chocolate | The Bank Heathcote VIC

Who does love wine and chocolate? And its even better when you can get both in the same place at the same time! The Bank Heathcote is a compulsory stop.

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7 December

Cycling South Australia

Cycling | Metro & Regional SA

Cycling is the new golf! And the Tour Down Under is South Australia's biggest event. First staged in 1999, the event is into its 18th year and has grown ...

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6 December

Devils Marbles, Northern Territory

Devils Marbles | Northern Territory

The Devils Marbles, also called Karlu Karlu, which translates literally as ‘round boulders' are an amazing natural wonder on the Darwin-Alice Springs route.

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15 July

Gunlom Area, Kakadu

Gunlom Area | Kakadu NT

"Today you’ve come to our country, that’s good. Long ago we Jawoyn lived here. The old people have passed on. It’s okay for you to go around here. You stay maybe two nights, then you go back to your country."

Violet Smith, Wurrkbarbar clan, Jawoyn traditional custodian.

 

 

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15 July

Tropical Fruit World, Northern Rivers

Tropical Fruit World | Northern Rivers NSW

With 500 fruits from all over the world all in the one place, this is a great place to visit. Be ready to spoil your taste buds!

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14 July

Pink Lake, Esperance

Pink Lake | Esperance WA

This is no ordinary lake. It is pink. Lake Hillier is a lake on Middle Island, the largest of the group of islands which form the Recherche Archipelago ...

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3 July

Big Orange, Berri

Five Big Australian Fruit Icons

Australia is a big country and Australia pays tribute to its fruit by making big versions of them! Here are just a few ...

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3 July

The Big Pineapple, QLD

The Big Pineapple | Queensland

When you look up “kitsch” in the dictionary, there is a photo of the Big Pineapple. This could only exist in Queensland, where they actually think it is uber cool.

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1 July

Fairy Penguins, Victoria

Fairy Penguins | Victoria | Family

This is one of the great family activities - whether you have younger children or older ones. I mean, who doesn't love a fairy penguin?

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28 June

Victorian Winery

Top 5 Hidden Gem Victorian Wineries

This is a contentious list, as there are so many good ones. These are just some of the hidden gems you may miss on your journey if we hadn’t told you!

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15 June

Canberra

Clear

Min: 5 | Max: 18

Sydney

Partly Cloudy

Min: 13 | Max: 21

Melbourne

Partly Cloudy

Min: 9 | Max: 17

Adelaide

Partly Cloudy

Min: 14 | Max: 17

Hobart

Partly Cloudy

Min: 7 | Max: 15

Perth

Partly Cloudy

Min: 15 | Max: 21

Darwin

Clear

Min: 24 | Max: 35

Brisbane

Clear

Min: 15 | Max: 25

Cairns

Chance of Rain

Min: 23 | Max: 26

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