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Australian World Heritage Sites
There are a number of Australian World Heritage sites inscribed by the United Nations.

Tennis
Tennis tournaments and other activities/

Olympic Games
Facts and figures about Australian participation in Olympic Games.

Adventure and Sports in Australia
Innumerable adventure and sports activities are available in Australia for the active outdoors person or simply the leisurely type, from scuba diving to hang-gliding or simply lazing away the time at exotic locations

Culture and the Arts
Culture provides an amazing insight into the character of a people through their language, museums, art galleries, theatre

Australia Travel - Travel to Australia
Australia travel encompasses the continent's many popular destinations, attractions, people, activities of interest, from the Great Barrier Reef to the Kimberley region to the forests of Tasmania

Australian Wildlife
Get close to the Australian wildlife and learn about the various types of animals, birds, fish and insects.

Tours and Travel - Australia and New Zealand
Ordered tours of particular areas in Australia or New Zealand, incuding tour suggestions

Sightseeing - Australia and New Zealand
Sightseeing suggestions during travels to Australia and New Zealand

Hotels and Other Accommodation - Australia and New Zealand
Accommodation in Australia and New Zealand including hotels, motels, resorts, bed and breakfasts, inns, hostels, apartments, caravan parks, camping grounds

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Cairns vs The Gold Coast: Which is Best?
From one end of Queensland to the other, when comparing the Gold Coast and Cairns you’re comparing great waves to flat tropical water, endless high rises to stacks of backpacker hostels and theme parks to the Great Barrier Reef.

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An Outback Retreat: The Gilberton
Breathtaking views, a relaxing environment and a genuine slice of the outback? This is The Gilberton Retreat – and it may just be one of Australia’s best-kept secrets.

Practical Information About Australia
Practical information on traveling in Australia, including forms of travel, routes, dangers.

What to Wear in Australia: Australia Travel Guide
Casual wear is generally the way to go in Australia. You can go to the opera in jeans and no one will give you a second look.

List of the Top Free Melbourne Tourist Attractions
Melbourne, Australia offers a number of free tourist attractions. Here's a selection that shouldn't cost you any money.

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8 Unique Hotels You Can Only Find in Australia
From rainforest retreats to rustic outback shacks and the ultimate in luxury, accommodation in Australia doesn’t always have to be beachside hotels and glitzy high-rise buildings.

Discover Darwin: The Hottest Attractions in the Top End
Located in the mid-north of Australia in the Northern Territory, north of Alice Springs and Ayers Rock, is the cosmopolitan city of Darwin.

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Wonders from the Water: The Migrating Sea Turtles of Heron Island
Have you ever wanted to see turtles in the wild, but you were worried that doing so would interrupt their natural habitat?

Australia Travel Guide - Trip Planning & Attractions
Your Australia travel guide provides the newest and hottest information you need about visitor destinations, how to get there, and what's trending in Australia.

Popular Attractions - Australia and New Zealand
A number of Australian and New Zealand destinations are more popular than others. Find out which destinattons they are and reasons for their continuing attraction

8 Unique Hotels You Can Only Find in Australia
From rainforest retreats to rustic outback shacks and the ultimate in luxury, accommodation in Australia doesn’t always have to be beachside hotels and glitzy high-rise buildings.

What is a Hongi?
The hongi is a traditional Maori greeting expressed by the rubbing or touching of noses.

The Australian Visa
If you’re planning a trip to Australia from an international starting point, then following the right protocol is essential. One of the most important things to consider is how and where to obtain the visa.

Where Is the Sydney Opera House?
Where is the Sydney Opera House located?

How To See Sydney in One Day
a simple how to on exploring sydney in one day

How To See Brisbane in One Day
The secret to uncovering what makes Brisbane tick is to combine travel methods and to have an eye for adventure

Australian Language
Common Australian language expressions, slang, rhyming slang, and other colloquialisms

People - Australia and New Zealand
Do you know who the Australian Governor-General is or how the population is constituted according to the Census? Here's helpful information on these and other people questions

Australian and New Zealand Movie Actors, Directors and Other Movie People
A number of Australian and New Zealand film people have become prominent internationally, gaining fame in Hollywood and elsewhere, and receiving accolades and awards.

Australian and New Zealand Writers
Writers and authors from Australia and New Zealand.

Aussie Slang – H
Strine and Aussie slang: a glossary of unique Australian words and phrases starting with H

Canberra's Spring Flower Festival
The Floriade flower festival is an annual spring festival redolent with the scents, sounds and sights of the Canberra spring held from around the middle of September to around the middle of October.

Arnhem Land
Arnhem Land, an Aboriginal homeland sacred to its people, occupies about 97,000 square kilometres of forests and spectacular rivers and gorges east of the Northern Territory capital of Darwin.

Alice Springs to Uluru
Alice springs in the heart of Australia has become a prime tourism destination, rich with plenty to offer for any budding traveller seeking to dip into true Australian culture.

Take the Sydney Harbour Bridge Walk
You can take the Sydney Harbour Bridge walk from The Rocks to Milsons Point, and it's free.

How to Travel by Ferry to Tasmania
A guide to passenger and vehicular ferry transportation to Tasmania, Australia, including schedules, prices, and booking information.

When are the Four Seasons in Australia?
With Australia in the Southern hemisphere, several things that set it apart from countries in the Northern hemisphere, particularly its seasons.

Irukandji Jellyfish - What You Need to Know
The Irukandji jellyfish is found in north Australian waters during the jellyfish season from October to May. Here’s what to do if you are stung.

Winter in Australia - June, July, August
The Australian winter takes place in the months of June, July and August.

The Meaning of "Thongs" in Australia
Thongs in Australia are not the skimpy, sexy pieces of underwear some people think of when hearing the term.

Australia in October - Travel Guide
October is midspring in Australia, the flowers are in bloom, the weather is warm, and the sand and surf of Australia's beaches beckon.

Australia in September for Travelers
September in Australia is the first month of the southern spring and it's a season of regrowth and flowers.

Australian December Weather and Christmas Season
December is a month of holidays. Not only are there two public holidays - Christmas Day and Boxing Day - but quite a number of businesses close down for the Christmas season, and school terms end before Christmas, so it's holiday time for large numbers of Australians.

Events, Public Holidays, Festivals
Public holidays and festivals - from Sydney's Mardi Gras to Melbourne's Moomba Festival to many other events - are a focus of national and local celebrations

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Floriade vs. Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers
Flowers, flowers everywhere! Spring has to be one of the most glorious times of the year! We begin to expose our skin again and take a big breath to inhale all the fresh, new aromas...

The Best Places to Visit When Exploring Australia Solo
Travelling throughout the vast and varied land of Australia is a rite of passage for any explorer, but travelling alone is something that can be described as a spiritual experience.

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The Top 6 Scenic Australian Golf Courses Where you can Stay and Play
Australia is a dream destinations for many golfers, with several award-winning championship courses to choose from and with pleasant weather that allows for play pretty much all-year round.

Australian Hotels and Other Accommodation
Australian accommodation venues such as hotels, motels, resorts, hostels, inns, bed and breakfasts, apartments, caravan parks, camping grounds.

New Zealand Hotels and Other Accommodation
New Zealand accommodation venues such as hotels, motels, resorts, hostels, inns, bed and breakfasts, apartments, caravan parks, camping grounds

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East Coast vs. West Coast: Which is the Best Australian Road Trip?
From relaxing on Queensland’s beaches to exploring the Pilbara, there are few countries in the world that offer such diverse landscapes and natural wonder as Australia.

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Ghost Hunters: Australia’s 5 Spookiest Overnight Stays
If you love things that go bump in the night then maybe it’s time to packed your PJs for these spooky Australian sleepovers!

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Dining and Restaurants - Australia
Locate local restaurants, bistros, inns, bars, cafes in Australia

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8 Aussie Snacks and Foods Every Traveller Must Try
When it comes to ‘Aussie food’, we may not have the distinct cuisine of cultures like Asia, India, Africa or Mexico, but we do boast some tasty dishes you really can’t get anywhere else.

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Queensland's Best Beach: Port Douglas or the Whitsundays?
An endless summer offering sparkling blue water, magical white sand and access to the Great Barrier Reef.

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Parks and Gardens - Australia
A variety of Australian parks and gardens including national parks, nature reserves, botanic gardens, picnic grounds.

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Lighting up: The must-see Vivid Sydney shows
Sydney’s most iconic landmarks, alongside waterfront mansions, office buildings, restaurant strips and even public transport, erupt into a spectacular visual tapestry of colour and wonder each year for the vivid festival.

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17 Bucket-list worthy icons to visit in Australia
From our wide-open spaces, natural wonders and underwater gems to our man-made works of art, Australia is teeming with bucket-list worthy icons.

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5 Most Romantic Outdoor Date Locations in Sydney
Sydney is famous for many reasons: it’s beautiful beaches at Bondi, its iconic Opera House, its impressive CBD architecture and it’s striking harbour bridge, to name a few.

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7 Perfect Australian Getaways For Winter or Summer
Whether you arrive in the heat of summer or the doldrums of winter, these Australian coastal getaways get the job done.

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Amazing Facts about the Great Barrier Reef
The Reef is estimated to be around 18 million years old, although no one really knows its age for sure.

Amazing Facts about the Great Barrier Reef
The Reef attracts over two million visitors every year, making it Australia’s most popular tourist attraction.

Amazing Facts about the Great Barrier Reef
If you’re more of a sea-person, you can cruise your way to the reef; cruises run regularly from Brisbane and Sydney.

Amazing Facts about the Great Barrier Reef
Along with the Grand Canyon in the USA and Mount Everest in Nepal, the Great Barrier Reef has the prestigious honour of been named one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Amazing Facts about the Great Barrier Reef
Without a doubt, the Great Barrier Reef, which runs off the coast of Queensland, is home to some of the most magnificent marine life you’ll ever see...

Tuatara - Picture
The tuatara, one of New Zealand's oldest inhabitants, is a reptile which was in existence at the time of the dinosaurs.

Yellow-Eyed Penguin - Picture
The yellow-eyed penguin is the world's rarest penguin found on the southeastern coast of the South Island and Stewart, Auckland and Campbell Islands south of South Island.

Sydney Wildlife World
Within walking distance of the Sydney city centre, you'll find one of the newest attractions at Darling Harbour - the city showcase of Australian wildlife that is Sydney Wildlife World. Here are pictures.

Sydney Wildlife World
Within walking distance of the Sydney city centre, you'll find one of the newest attractions at Darling Harbour - the city showcase of Australian wildlife that is Sydney Wildlife World. Here are pictures.

Funnelweb Spider - Sydney Wildlife World
You'll find the poisonous funnelweb spider and other invertebrates in the Spineless Wonders section of Sydney Wildlife World.

Royal Exhibition Centre - Melbourne Landmarks
The Royal Exhibition Centre at Carlton Gardens is a World Heritage site inscribed by the United Nationa.

Sydney Wildlife World
Within walking distance of the Sydney city centre, you'll find one of the newest attractions at Darling Harbour - the city showcase of Australian wildlife that is Sydney Wildlife World. Here are pictures.

9 Travel tasks you should totally outsource
One of the best parts of any holiday is the build up, as it’s the excited anticipation of what’s to come that gives you the motivation to work yourself silly, pull extra-long shifts and leave social events early...

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Aussie guide to hotels when travelling as a family of 5
Adding a third child to your family is a game-changer in more ways than one! It means that, as the parents, you’re now officially outnumbered.

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Australian Adventure, Sports and Leisure Activities
Australia offers a host of diverse activities for the traveler seeking adventure, sports, and leisure

Cities and Towns - Australia
This listing provides information on various Australian cities and towns including sightseeing suggestions and other pertinent travel data

New Zealand North Island Hotels and Other Accommodation
New Zealand North Island accommodation venues such as hotels, motels, resorts, hostels, inns, bed and breakfasts, apartments, caravan parks, camping grounds

Northern New South Wales Hotels / Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in northern New South Wales, Australia.

Southern New South Wales Hotels / Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in southern New South Wales, Australia.

Western New South Wales Hotels / Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in western New South Wales, Australia.

Darwin / Northern Territory Hotels and Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Darwin and the Northern Territory.

Brisbane / Queensland Hotels and Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Brisbane and the rest of Queensland, Australia.

Adelaide / South Australia Hotels and Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Adelaide and South Australia.

Scuba diving in Australia
Information on scuba diving in Australia including the Great Barrier Reef, Ningaloo Reef, the Coral Sea, and others

Sydney, Australia
Sydney, Australia: Information and resources

Hobart / Tasmania Hotels and Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Hobart and Tasmania.

Australian Restaurants - Restaurants and Food in Australia
Australian restaurants provide a wide range of culinary experiences through food and drink.

Events Archive Australia / New Zealand
Australian and New Zealand events in recent times, from the findings of the Australian census of 1996 to the dawning of the year 2000 to this year's Australian Open.

Skiing in Australia and New Zealand
Snow skiing and snowboarding in Australia and New Zealand and related information

New Zealand South Island Hotels and Other Accommodation
New Zealand South Island accommodation venues such as hotels, motels, resorts, hostels, inns, bed and breakfasts, apartments, caravan parks, camping grounds

States and Territories - Australia
There are six states and two mainland territories in Australia: Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.

Perth / Western Australia Hotels and Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Perth and and other areas of Western Australia.

Blue Mountains Hotels, Resorts, Motels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, resorts, motels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, and other places of accommodation in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney.

Byron Bay Hotels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, hostels, B&Bs, caravan parks and other accommodation venues in Byron Bay.

Sydney Hotels / Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Sydney, Australia.

Perth Hotels, Motels, Hostels and other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, hostels and other accommodation in Perth and its suburbs.

Sunshine Coast Hotels, Motels, Resorts and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, resorts, inns, hostels, b&bs, apartments, caravan parks and other accommodation on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.

Tamworth Hotels, Motels and Other Types of Accommodation - New South Wales
Hotels, motels and other types of accommodation in Tamworth, New South Wales.

Wollongong Hotels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels and other types of accommodation in Wollongong south of Sydney on the Illawarra Coast, New South Wales.

Adelaide Hotels
Hotels, motels, hostels, inns, B&Bs, caravan parks and other place of accommodation in Adelaide, South Australia.

Auckland Area Hotels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, apartments and other types of accommodation in the Auckland area, North Island, New Zealand.

Bay of Islands Hotels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, apartments and other types of accommodation in the Bay of Islands region, North Island, New Zealand.

Brisbane Hotels
Hotels, resorts, motels, hostels, B&Bs and other places of accommodation in Brisbane, Queensland.

Cairns Hotels, Motels, Hostels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, hostels, apartments and other places of accommodation in the Cairns region.

Christchurch Area Hotels and Other Accommodation
Christchurch hotels, motels, apartments and other types of accommodation in Christchurch city and Christchurch region, South Island, New Zealand.

Darwin Hotels
Hotels, motels, hostels, B&Bs, caravan parks and other places of accommodation in Darwin, Northern Territory.

Diving and Snorkeling in Sydney
Snorkeling and scuba diving information, lessons, trips, packages

Gold Coast Hotels, Motels, Resorts and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, resorts, inns, hostels, bed and breakfasts, and other accommodation on Queensland's Gold Coast.

Hobart Hotels
Hotels, motels, hostels, B&Bs, caravan parks and other places of accommodation in Hobart, Tasmania.

Kakadu Hotels and Other Accommodation
Kakadu National Park in Australia's Northern Territory provides accommodation options in hotels and camping grounds.

Melbourne Hotels, Motels, Hostels and Other Accommodation Venues
Hotels, motels, inns, hostels, B&Bs, caravan parks and other accommodation venues in Melbourne.

Queenstown Area Hotels, Motels, Apartments and Other Accommodation
Queenstown area hotels, motels, apartments and other types of accommodation, South Island, New Zealand.

Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House information and other resources including frequently asked questions in a FAQ format

Wanaka Area Hotels, Motels, Apartments and Other Accommodation
Wanaka area hotels, motels, apartments and other types of accommodation, South Island, New Zealand.

Wellington Area Hotels and Other Accommodation
Hotels, motels, apartments and other types of accommodation in the CWellington area, North Island, New Zealand.

Capricornia Hotels
Hotels and other accommodation available on Queensland's Capricornia region.

Australian Capital Territory, Australia
The Australian Capital Territory was created as a separate geographical entity primarily as the seat of the Federal Government, is independent of any Australian state, and is located between Sydney and Melbourne

Australia Alphabetical Index: Cable Beach to Cyclones
Find the Australia information you need with this alphabetical index of onsite information on words, phrases and subjects starting with C.

Australia Alphabetical Index: Easter in Sydney to Eureka Stockade
Fast-find alphabetical index of Australia topics beginning with E.

Australia Alphabetical Index: Fairy Penguins to Freycinet
Find the Australia information you need with this alphabetical index of onsite information on words, phrases and subjects starting with F.

Australia Alphabetical Index: Galahs to Gympie
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Hahndorf to Hyde Park
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Ian Potter Centre to Irukandji Jellyfish
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Jacarandas to John Howard
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Kakadu to Kylie Minogue
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Labor Day to Lure of Australia
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery to Museum
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Oberon to Overland Track
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Parking to Purnululu National Park
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Queen Victoria Building to Quokka
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Red and Green Kangaroo Paw to Rugby World Cup
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New South Wales, Australia
The Australian state of New South Wales on the east coast of Australia is where the first European settlements were established. Sydney is the state capital.

Perth Western Australia
Perth, capital of Western Australia, is Australia's westernmost capital city and the farthest from other capital cities.

Canberra / Australian Capital Territory Hotels and Accommodation
Information and resources pertaining to hotels and accommodation in Canberra and the Australian Capital Territory.

Australia Alphabetical Index: Nambung National Park to Northern Territory
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Skiing in New Zealand
The ski season in New Zealand brings alive the many skifields on the North and South Islands.

Skiing in New South Wales - Australia
The Snowy Mountains of New South Wales are the state's winter playground with skiing and snowboarding during the ski season.

Northern Territory, Australia
Originally a part of South Australia, the Northern Territory is located at Australia's Top End between Queensland and Western Australia.

Queensland, Australia
The Australian state of Queensland occupies the northeastern sector of the continent. Brisbane is the state capital

South Australia, Australia
The Australian state of South Australia lies between Victoria and Western Australia in the southern sector of the continent. Adelaide is the state capital.

Tasmania, Australia
Tasmania is Australia's only island state and is separated from the mainland by Bass Strait. Hobart is the state capital

Victoria, Australia
Victoria, the smallest of Australia's mainland states, is located south of New South Wales and lies adjacent to South Australia. Melbourne is the state capital

Skiing in Victoria - Australia
Victoria's Alpine country is the place to go for skiing in this southern state.

Australian Capital Territory Museums and Art Galleries
Australian Capital Territory museums and art galleries in Canberra are repositories of art, artefacts, and historic and cultural items and collections

Australia Alphabetical Index: Saltwater Crocodile to Sydney Wildlife
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Tanunda Church to Twelve Apostles
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Ulladulla Lighthouse to Utzon
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Victor Harbor to Visa
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Wagga Wagga to World Heritage Sites
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Australia Alphabetical Index: X Out to Zed
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Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Canberra, the Australian national capital, lies halfway between Sydney and Melbourne and is home to the Australian federal government.

Melbourne, Victoria
Melbourne, Victoria's capital city, is one of Australia's most distinguished and most populous cities.

Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
All about Newcastle, Australia: information and resources

New South Wales Museums and Art Galleries
New South Wales museums and art galleries are repositories of art, artefacts, and historic and cultural items and collections

Sydney Restaurants - Restaurants and Food in Sydney
Sydney restaurants provide a range of dining experiences many unique to Australia.

Tasmania Museums and Art Galleries
Tasmania museums and art galleries are repositories of art, artefacts, and historic and cultural items and collections

Victoria Museums and Art Galleries
Victoria museums and art galleries are repositories of art, artefacts, and historic and cultural items and collections

Western Australia, Australia
Australia's largest state occupies a large chunk of the continent's western sector with the Indian Ocean lapping its western coast. Perth is the state capital.

Australian Open Archive
Australian Open archive of reports and results through the years

Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Archive
Sydney Hobart Yacht Race archive of reports and results

Australia Alphabetical Index: Aboriginal Art to Ayers Rock
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Balingup to Byron Bay
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Australia Alphabetical Index: Darling Downs to Driving
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Botanic Gardens - Australia
Australia has a number of botanic gardens with a large variety of flora including the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and Mt Tomah Botanic Garden in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales

Flower Festivals - All About Australian and New Zealand Flower Festivals
Australia and New Zealand have a number of flower festivals, particularly in the southern spring. Here are some of them.

Food and Wine in Australia and New Zealand
Food and wine in Australia and New Zealand feature both local and foreign influences.

Australian Government and History
Australian history reaches back beyond the federation of Australia in 1901 and Captain James Cook's landing at Botany Bay in 1770.

Australian Language and Colloquialisms
Information and resources relating to understanding the Australian language and its colloquialisms and slang

National Parks - Australia
Australia has a large number of national parks, including several World Heritage sites

Theatre and the Performing Arts - Australia and New Zealand
Live theatre, plays, musicals, concerts, dance are very much part of Australian and New Zealand cultural life

Australian Wines and Wineries - Wines and Wineries in Australia
Australian wines and wineries. Australia Travel.

Airlines
Information and resources pertaining to local and international Australian and New Zealand airlines

Wildlife - Animals and Birds of Australia and New Zealand
Here's a variety of Australian and New Zealand animals and birds.

Australia Maps
Australia maps, including those of major Australian cities and regions.

Australia Travel
Australia is among the most popular holiday destinations in the world with its cosmopolitan cities, natural wonders, and friendly people. Know entry requirements, destinations, specific attractions and other travel information to help you plan your trip.

Australian Tours and Travel
Tours and modes of travel to and within Australia make up a variety of travel experiences

Car Rentals and Other Vehicle Hire
Rental cars, trailers, campervans, bikes, motorbikes, boats and other types of vehicles which may be rented or hired during your trip to Australia and New Zealand

Cruise ships, charters and tours in Australia and New Zealand
Cruise ships, charters and tours in Australia and New Zealand

Hiking and Walking Tracks in Australia and New Zealand
Walking tracks in Australia and New Zealand for hiking or tramping and bush walks

Islands of Australia
The continent of Australia includes a number of offshore islands with holiday resorts and various travel attractions.

New Zealand Tours and Travel
Tours and modes of travel to and within New Zealand make up a variety of travel experiences

Public Holidays in Australia and New Zealand
Australia and New Zealand have a number of public holidays, some of them unique to the country where the public holidays are celebrated.

Horse Racing in Australia
Information and resources pertaining to horse, harness and greyhound racing in Australia

Regions of Australia
Various Australian geographical regions are conducive to special-interest travel or general touring.

Aborigines and Aboriginal Culture
Information and resources pertaining to Australian Aborigines and Aboriginal culture

Maps of Australia
Australia maps covering various areas of Australia, including regions, cities and major towns.

Products and Product Information
Information regarding products and merchandise including food and recipes in Australia and New Zealand.

Trains
Information and resources pertaining to Australian trains and railways

Australia Photo Galleries, Pictures, Images
An easy and convenient way to view photo galleries covering Australian cities, regions, islands, attractions.

Arts Centre Spire - Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne's Arts Centre spire is an easily-recognisable iconic symbol of Melbourne. It rises from the Arts Centre like a beacon, visible by day or night. Page 11.

Eureka Tower - Melbourne Landmarks
Eureka Tower is Melbourne's tallest building. Page 5.

Melbourne Cricket Ground - Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne Cricket Ground is an all-purpose stadium used for cricket matches and other sports events including the recent Commonwealth Games. Page 12.

Melbourne Exhibition Centre - Melbourne Landmarks
The Melbourne Exhibition Centre comprises purpose-designed facilities to cater for large conferences, conventions, exhibitions, meetings, gala and special events. Page 15.

Rialto Towers - Melbourne Landmarks
Rialto Towers in Melbourne is one of the tallest reinforced concrete structures in the southern hemisphere. Page 4.

Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne Landmarks
Rod Laver Arena is the centre court for tennis tournaments at Melbourne Park. Page 13.

State Library of Victoria - Melbourne Landmarks
The State Library of Victoria is the state's central library and a city landmark on Swanston St. Page 10.

Etihad Stadium - Melbourne Landmarks
Etihad Stadium, previously known as Telstra Dome, is a multi-purpose facility catering for major sporting and entertainment events, as well as social, business and private functions. Page 14.

Crown Towers - Melbourne Landmarks
The tower of Crown Melbourne entertainment and hotel complex, housing the Melbourne Towers hotel suites and rooms, is a distinctive spire in the Melbourne skyline. Page 6.

Federation Square - Melbourne Landmarks
Federation Square, which stands across the street from Flinders St Station, is an imposing Melbourne structure of modern architecture. Page 2.

Flinderst St Station - Melbourne Landmarks
Flinders St Station, a distinctive Melbourne structure, is a logical starting point for sightseeing in Melbourne.

Melbourne Museum - Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne Museum is located at Melbourne's Carlton Gardens, also the site of the Royal Exhibition Centre. Page 7.

Old Treasury Building - Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne's Old Treasury Building is a familiar landmark on Collins St. Page 9.

Royal Exhibition Building - Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne's Royal Exhibition Building and its gardens were inscribed in 2004 by the United Nations as a World Heritage site, one of 16 Australian World Heritage sites and the first Australian structure to receive World Heritage recognition. Page 8.

St Paul's Cathedral - Melbourne Landmarks
St Paul's Cathedral, across the street from Federation Square, is an imposing old-style Melbourne Anglican cathedral. Page 3.

Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne, Australia's second largest city and the capital of the state of Victoria, is a fascinating blend of old and new in its buildings and their architecture.

Melbourne Landmarks
Melbourne, Australia's second largest city and the capital of the state of Victoria, is a fascinating blend of old and new in its buildings and their architecture.

Echidna - Sydney Wildlife World
The echidna, a uniquely Australian creature, lives in the semi-arid grasslands. Page 12.

Koala - Sydney Wildlife World
The koala is a uniquely Australian marsupial sometimes mistaken for a bear. Page 15.

Long-Nosed Potoroo - Sydney Wildlife World
The long-nosed potoroo, a nocturnal animal, can be seen at Sydney Wildlife World. Page 11.

Sydney Wildlife World
Within walking distance of the Sydney city centre, you'll find one of the newest attractions at Darling Harbour - the city showcase of Australian wildlife that is Sydney Wildlife World. Here are pictures.

Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat - Sydney Wildlife World
The southern hairy-nosed wombat is a speedy creature despite its sluggish appearance. Page 14.

Sugar Glider - Sydney Wildlife World
The sugar glider is a nocturnal animal able to glide through the air. Page 10.

Yellow-Footed Rock Wallabies - Sydney Wildlife World
The yellow-footed rock wallabies are made for hills and have little difficulty hopping at full speed along rugged, rocky cliffs. Page 13.

Funnelweb Spider - Sydney Wildlife World
You'll find the poisonous funnelweb spider and other invertebrates in the Spineless Wonders section of Sydney Wildlife World. Page 5.

Arriving by Ferry at Aquarium Pier - Sydney Wildlife World
Alight at Aquarium Pier if coming to Sydney Wildlife World by ferry from Circular Quay. Page 2.

Frilled-Neck Lizard - Sydney Wildlife World
The frilled-neck lizard in the Scales and Tails reptiles section of Sydney Wildlife World tries to scare off unwanted attention by appearing to look bigger and scarier. Page 7.

King Parrot - Sydney Wildlife World
Different species of Australian parrots can be found at the Flight Canyon birds section of Sydney Wildlife World. Page 9.

Monarch Butterfly - Sydney Wildlife World - Darling Harbour
The first section of Sydney Wildlife World is devoted to butterflies and their habitat. Page 4.

Thorny Devil - Sydney Wildlife World
The thorny devil is included in the reptiles section of Sydney Wildlife World. Page 8.

Viewing the Wildlife - Sydney Wildlife World
The various species of wildlife at Sydney Wildlife World are mainly contained in viewing compartments. Page 6.

Enter Sydney Wildlife World
The entrance to Sydney Wildlife World leads into a path of wildlife discovery. Page 3.

Celebrity spotting at Australia’s most deluxe hotels
Hollywood A-listers and award-winning singers love escaping to Australia for a little down time. When they’re in town, they invariably choose to stay at some of our swankiest hotels.

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Celebrity spotting at Australia’s most deluxe hotels
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The top 5 Australian places to visit in Autumn
Did you know that Australia is around th­­­­e same size as all of Europe? This means there is a lot to explore across the country – although a few destinations really shine in the lead up to winter.

The top 5 Australian places to visit in Autumn
Did you know that Australia is around th­­­­e same size as all of Europe? This means there is a lot to explore across the country – although a few destinations really shine in the lead up to winter.

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The Rocks Market, Sydney
The Rocks Market operates on weekends and on designated nights.

Sydney Visitor Centre, The Rocks
Locate the Sydney Visitor Centre on Argyle St in The Rocks.

The Argyle Cut, The Rocks
The Argyle Cut was hewn by convicts through the sandstone ridge of The Rocks to connect Sydney Cove with Darling Harbour and Millers Point.

Garrison Church, The Rocks, Sydney
The Garrison Church at The Rocks in Sydney was built in 1840.

Terrace Houses at The Rocks in Sydney
Terrace houses built in colonial times line Lower Fort Rd in The Rocks.

Hero of Waterloo Hotel, The Rocks, Sydney
The Hero of Waterloo Hotel is one of Sydney's two oldest hotels.

Underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Rocks
Walk under the southern end of Sydney Harbour Bridge through Dawes Point Park for a view of its steel framework.

Site of First European Settlement at The Rocks
The first European settlers landed at Sydney Cove in January 1788 in the area now known as The Rocks.

Cadman's Cottage, The Rocks, Sydney
Walk into Cadman's Cottage, one of the oldest existing buildings in Sydney.

A Walking Tour of The Rocks in Sydney
Take a walking tour into history at The Rocks in Sydney for an insight into the beginnings of the city.

The Best Reasons to Visit Sydney in Autumn
Visiting Sydney in the fall will save you money and allow you to enjoy the city at a quieter time of year.

Believe it or Not, the Best Time to Visit Sydney is Winter
Sydney in the winter could be the best time to visit Australia's largest city.

What to See and Do in Sydney Australia
Sydney Australia - what to do and where to go on visiting Sydney Australia for the first time - three practical steps to Sydney Australia sightseeing.

Sydney Walking Tour - Circular Quay to Hyde Park
Start your Sydney walking tour from Circular Quay.

Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney - Sydney Walking Tour
Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney are an oasis of green in the heart of the city.

Mrs Macquaries Point, Sydney
Mrs Macquaries Point east of the Sydney Opera House offers a breathtaking view of the harbour with both the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge providing the perfect backdrop for picture taking.

Anzac Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney
The Anzac Memorial is located at the southern end of Sydney's Hyde Park.

Hyde Park - Sydney Walking Tour
Hyde Park is located right in the heart of Sydney city.

Sydney Opera House - Sydney Walking Tour
The Sydney Opera House is the premier performing arts venue in Sydney.

Art Gallery of New South Wales - Sydney Walking Tour
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is located at the northeastern end of The Domain and houses some of the state's finest collections of art pieces.

Hyde Park Barracks - Sydney Walking Tour
Hyde Park Barracks, designed by colonial architect Francis Greenway, were originally built as convict quarters.

St Mary's Cathedral - Sydney Walking Tour
St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney is the mother church of Australian Catholicism.

Australian Museum - Sydney Walking Tour
The Australian Museum in Sydney is a natural history museum.

Anthony Trollope - Sydney Writers Walk
Anthony Trollope, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 41.

Banjo Paterson
Banjo Paterson, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 33.

Christina Stead - Sydney Writers Walk
Christina Stead, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 37.

David Williamson
David Williamson, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 46.

Ethel Turner - Sydney Writers Walk
Ethel Turner, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 42.

Henry Handel Richardson - Sydney Writers Walk
Henry Handel Richardson, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 34.

Judith Wright - Sydney Writers Walk
Judith Wright, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 47.

Kenneth Slessor - Sydney Writers Walk
Kenneth Slessor, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 36.

Kylie Tennant - Sydney Writers Walk
Kylie Tennant, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 40.

Mark Twain - Sydney Writers Walk
Mark Twain, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 43.

Morris West - Sydney Writers Walk
Morris West, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 44.

Nevil Shute - Sydney Writers Walk
Nevil Shute, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 35.

Oodgeroo Noonuccal - Sydney Writers Walk
Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 31.

Patrick White
Patrick White, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 45.

Robert Louis Stevenson - Sydney Writers Walk
Robert Louis Stevenson, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 38.

Ruth Park - Sydney Writers Walk
Ruth Park, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 32.

David Malouf - Sydney Writers Walk
David Malouf, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 29.

Dorothea Mackellar
Dorothea Mackellar, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 28.

James Michener - Sydney Writers Walk
James Michener, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 30.

Jack London - Sydney Writers Walk
Jack London, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 27.

Henry Lawson - Sydney Writers Walk
Henry Lawson, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 26.

Ray Lawler - Sydney Writers Walk
Ray Lawler, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 24.

Rudyard Kipling - Sydney Writers Walk
Rudyard Kipling, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 23.

Thomas Keneally - Sydney Writers Walk
Thomas Keneally, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 22.

Barry Humphries - Sydney Writers Walk
Barry Humphries, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 20.

Clive James - Sydney Writers Walk
Clive James, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 21.

A D Hope - Sydney Writers Walk
A D Hope, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 18.

Robert Hughes - Sydney Writers Walk
Robert Hughes, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 19.

C J Dennis
C J Dennis, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 10.

Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 9.

Germaine Greer - Sydney Writers Walk
Germaine Greer, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 16.

Mary Gilmore - Sydney Writers Walk
Mary Gilmore, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 15.

May Gibbs - Sydney Writers Walk
May Gibbs, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 14.

Miles Franklin
Miles Franklin, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 13.

Umberto Eco
Umberto Eco, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 12.

Xavier Herbert - Sydney Writers Walk
Xavier Herbert, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 17.

D H Lawrence
D H Lawrence plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 25.

Douglas Stewart
Douglas Stewart plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 39.

Eleanor Dark - Sydney Writers Walk
Eleanor Dark, Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay, Sydney. Page 8.

Arthur Conan Doyle
Arthur Conan Doyle plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 11.

C E W Bean
C E W Bean plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 3.

Christopher Brennan
Christopher Brennan plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 4.

Faith Bandler
Faith Bandler plaque on Sydney Writers Walk at Circular Quay. Page 2.

Joseph Conrad
Joseph Conrad plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 6.

Peter Carey
Peter Carey plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 5.

Peter Corris
Peter Corris plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay. Page 7.

Thea Astley
Brisbane-born Australian author Thea Astley is the receipient of a number of prestigious Australian literary awards.

Sydney Writers Walk
Sydney Writers Walk honors Australian and international authors with plaques embedded in the walkway around Sydney's Circular Quay.

Sydney Writers Walk
Sydney Writers Walk honors Australian and international authors with plaques embedded in the walkway around Sydney's Circular Quay.

Sydney Writers Walk
Sydney Writers Walk honors Australian and international authors with plaques embedded in the walkway around Sydney's Circular Quay.

Sydney Writers Walk
Sydney Writers Walk honors Australian and international authors with plaques embedded in the walkway around Sydney's Circular Quay.

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Top 8 Australian Outback Destinations
Australia has a worldwide reputation for its rugged outback. Between our east and west coasts, there are thousands of kilometres of rural landscapes to explore.

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Australia Month by Month: Weather, Events, Holidays
Visiting Australia? Check out the months when you plan to travel.

3 things you always need to pack before visiting Australia
I’ve always been something of a ‘fly by the seat of your pants’ kind of traveller.By that I mean, I’m not one to create endless lists and drive myself crazy trying to remember what I need to pack...

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Planning a cruise down under? 3 things you need to know first!
Are you planning to take a cruise around Australia on your next vacation down under? Have you got your sights set on a boat ride?

7 kid-friendly things to do in Adelaide
If you’ve ever gone on holidays with your kids, you’ll know first hand that travelling with children can sometimes be more frustrating than fun.

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9 Foodie festivals and events in Queensland this Autumn
Fancy yourself a bit of a foodie? Then wind your way towards Queensland this Autumn. Traditionally a season where the months turn cooler, Autumn in Queensland is perfect...

Belmore Basin Wollongong - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Belmore Basin, home of Wollongong's fishing fleet and a mooring site for pleasure and recreational craft, occupies the southern section of Wollongong Harbour. Page 4.

Blenheim Beach - Jervis Bay - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Blenheim Beach at Jervis Bay is one of the New South Wales South Coast's fine beaches. Page 7.

Camel Rock Beach - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Camel Rock Beach, with its distinctively shaped rock formation of a camel in silhouette, lies north of Bermagui town and is a popular surfing beach and picnic spot. Page 11.

Eden Harbour - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
The last major New South Wales coastal town before crossing south into Victoria is the old whaling port of Eden at the southern end of the Sapphire Coast. Page 12.

Glasshouse Rocks Narooma - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
The Glasshouse Rocks at Narooma is at the southern end of the beach east of the township. Page 10.

Blenheim Beach - Jervis Bay - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Huskisson Wharf is home and departure point for dolphin-watch cruises at Jervis Bay. Page 6.

Hyams Beach - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Hyams Beach lies south of Huskisson and Vincentia in Jervis Bay along the New South Wales South Coast. Page 8.

Kiama Blowhole - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
The blowhole at Kiama, south of Wollongong on the New South Wales South Coast, spouts water at least a couple of storeys into the air on a good day. Page 5.

Mollymook Beach - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Mollymook is a beachside town on the New South Wales South Coast close to the harbour port of Ulladulla. Page 9.

North Beach Wollongong - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
North of Wollongong Harbour, North Beach is generally known to have better surf than South Beach which is south of the harbour. Page 3.

Sea Cliff Bridge - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Between the towns of Coalcliff and Clifton on Lawrence Hargrave Drive, the Sea Cliff Bridge follows the curve of the coast in an area where occasional rockfalls posed danger on the coastal route before the bridge came into being. Page 2.

Stanwell Park - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Stanwell Park with its beach just off Lawrence Hargrave Drive is the the first coastal community you reach after leaving Royal National Park on Grand Pacific Drive.

Twofold Bay Eden - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
Twofold Bay curves southward just south of Eden and is part of the sheltered Eden Harbour. Page 14.

Places to Go on the New South Wales South Coast
The New South Wales South Coast extends from just south of the greater Sydney metropolitan area all the way down to the Victorian border near the old whaling town of Eden. Parts of the South Coast carry such names as the Illawarra, Eurobodalla and Sapphire Coasts.

Places to Go on the New South Wales South Coast
The New South Wales South Coast extends from just south of the greater Sydney metropolitan area all the way down to the Victorian border near the old whaling town of Eden. Parts of the South Coast carry such names as the Illawarra, Eurobodalla and Sapphire Coasts.

Old Tom - Eden Whale Museum - New South Wales South Coast - South from Sydney
A reminder of the old whaling days at Eden is the skeleton of the killer whale they called Old Tom which can be viewed at the Eden Whale Museum. Page 13.

Sightseeing in Brisbane Australia and Things to Do
Brisbane, located between Australia's more popular Gold and Sunshine Coasts, is a destination in itself with its own unique attractions.

Find Thunder Eggs at Mount Hay Gemstone Tourist Park
At Mount Hay Gemstone Tourist Park, visitors are able to fossick for thunder eggs through rock and soil carted down from the volcanic slopes. The volcano, subsequently named Mount Hay, has been extinct for millions of years.

The Southern Spirit - Adelaide or Melbourne to Brisbane
The Southern Spirit train travels between Adelaide and Brisbane and between Melbourne and Brisbane.

Melbourne's Free City Tourist Shuttle Bus
Melbourne's free tourist bus, the City Tourist Shuttle, is a free hop on, hop off service with stops at a number of Melbourne city attractions.

Melbourne City Circle Tram Information
The City Circle Tram in Melbourne operates daily along a city circuit passing a number of Melbourne attractions.

Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne - Oasis of Green
The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne feature thousands of plants from across Australia and around the world.

Understanding the Australian Language
Knowing the Australian language and uniquely Australian words and phrases helps in understanding the Australian idiom.

Driving from Sydney to Melbourne on Highway 1
When driving from Sydney to Melbourne you can visit most of Australia's coastal attractions by following Highway 1 which goes all around the continent.

Bowral Tulip Time Festival in the Southern Highlands
The Bowral Tulip Time Festival is held each spring in the New South Wales Southern Highlands southwest of Sydney.