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Things to see and do near Kings Canyon in Australia's Red Centre

01/04/2022

For a long time known exclusively as ‘The Olgas’ or ‘Mount Olga’ after its highest peak, the famous domes of Kata Tjuta must be seen to be believed. Credit: Tourism Australia Considered a must-do for anyone travelling to the Northern Territory, read on to find out everything you need to...

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Australia's Best Autumn and Winter Festivals

24/03/2022

Sad about the end of summer? Don’t be! Autumn and winter are when some of the best festivals in Australia come to life. Whether it's food and wine, music, the arts, or the Australian outback, there’s a festival to enjoy wherever you are! Check out this shortlist of some of...

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Where to See Australia's Best Autumn Foliage

22/03/2022

Hello Autumn! Summer may be over but there’s so much to be excited about as we head into the cooler months. While it might be sad to put away the sunscreen for a while, Autumn is the season to really explore the great outdoors (stomping on crunchy leaves highly recommended)...

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Things To Do in Alice Springs: Parrtjima Light Festival

21/03/2022

Are you going to this year's Parrtjima Festival of Light in Alice Springs? It’s not too late to book your FREE ticket and experience one of the world’s most incredible outdoor light shows! Credit: Parrtjima With a 2022 theme of ‘Sky Country,’ this year’s Parrtjima (pronounced ‘par-cheema’ and meaning ‘lighting...

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SA best staycations!

01/03/2022

Get off the couch and make that stay-cay in SA a reality! South Australia is blessed with so many places that are perfect for getaways - short or long. Whether it’s a solo-trip, romantic break, or an escape with the family (including your best furry friends), there’s a destination that’s...

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The best things to do in the Kimberley's

14/02/2022

Bordered by the Indian Ocean to the west and the Timor Sea to the north, Western Australia’s vast Kimberley plateau forms the northernmost region of Australia’s largest and arguably most diverse state. Famous for its massive swathes of raw wilderness, including 350-million-year-old desert ranges, dramatic gorges and beguiling water features,...

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Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year

06/09/2021

If you’re in Adelaide, the South Australian Museum is exhibiting the country’s best nature photography until October 31 as part of the Australian Geographic Magazine's Nature Photographer of the Year competition. Open to entries from photographers around the world, below are some of the best wildlife images taken in Australia,...

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The Ultimate Guide to Backyard Cricket

12/11/2019

UPDATED OCTOBER 2021 Backyard cricket is a rite of passage for Australian families. Whether you’re playing at the MCG or on a pitch mowed by Uncle Bob, we all need a set of guidelines to ensure a solid match! Follow these simple rules and we can (almost) guarantee a meltdown...

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11 Kids Nature Play Activities

25/08/2017

Playing outside is a chance to discover what matters. Put away the gadgets and reconnect your kids with the great outdoors! The benefits of turning play inside out are endless. Being outside gives young minds an appreciation for the wider world and creates memories that last a lifetime. Next time...

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