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Litchfield National Park

Best Glamping Experiences in the Northern Territory

There are few places as remote as Australia’s Northern Territory. It inspires images of a certain raw, primordial quality, and the Northern Territory lives up to this. The largest city (and state capital), Darwin, would be a medium-sized city anywhere else with a population of around 150,000. This is where you’ll start your trip, and it’s …

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Marion Bay Shipwreck

Weekenders: A Secluded Getaway at Marion Bay, South Australia

Not everyone looks for a thriving nightlife on their holiday. Some people want to relax when they take off work, just kick back and enjoy some spectacular views. If that’s what you’re looking for, we’ve got the destination for you. Marion Bay, South Australia, the relaxed, chilled out beach town located on the southern tip …

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Lang Park

What to Do in Brisbane? Visit Lang Park and Sunny Beaches

Sports fans travelling to Australia will want to visit Lang Park, also known by its corporate sponsor name of Suncorp Stadium, in Brisbane, Queensland. [tweet_dis]Lang Park’s depth of history and tradition makes it a must-see attraction for sport fans.[/tweet_dis] Until 1875 the site of Lang Park was a cemetery! As the city grew this area …

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Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island: A Nature-Lover’s Paradise

Lord Howe Island, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Area of global natural significance, is an absolute must-see for nature lovers. This small, crescent-shaped island is mostly undeveloped. It’s just 56 square kilometres in size with a permanent population of 350, and no more than 400 tourists allowed at any one time. Many of the plants …

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