Bendigo is authentic, it is heritage Victorian goldfields and is a place that should be on everyone’s bucket list
The unworldly mix of beached shipwrecks and dingoes roaming beaches in an environment where they are not under threat
It’s a land of Adventures…
You just have to to give it a go. Why?
Because it’s there, and you’re there!
Top 7 markets
Where are the good bargains In Melbourne, … let’s find out where? Is there a cooking class attached to a food market that locals go to?
The place itself with its steep rock hewan steps, Victorian architecture and the sense of the past.
Armidale Travel Guide
Armidale has an ace up its sleeve with four National Parks within one hour drive. New England National Park, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Cathedral Rock National Park and Guy Fawkes River National Park. The town is appealing to the eye.
A trip to Rottnest is wildlife friendly with no cars, just quokka’s, bikes, public transport or walking. An island geared to a slower pace of life, a little bit of magic just off the coast of Western Australia.
Hobart is not separate from its glorious backdrop of mountains, valleys, rivers and beaches rather it flows into the hinterland seamlessly. There is a connection between settlement and the land which is often lost in the large urban cities of Australia.
Flinders Ranges are the oldest, largest mountain range in Australia stretching for over 430kms. In fact Wilpena Pound is a natural amphitheatre and a focus for visitor experiences.
Port Lincoln has a population of less than 15,000 yet it is home to the country’s largest commercial fishing fleet. Tuna is shipped directly from Port Lincoln to Asian markets where it is highly sought after. Boston Bay is three times the size of Sydney Harbour providing deep water access for the commercial fleets.
We all need a tropical getaway with a decent market or two, wildlife that scare the living daylights out of us, crocodiles up close and personal and crystal clear water with a coral reef that is Australia’s marine heritage.