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Glen Innes - Celtic Stronghold

The rolling hills of the Northern Tablelands in New South Wales are home to fabulous National Parks where nature lovers and bushwalkers will feel right at home. The full array of Australian wildlife ..
(January 12, 2009)
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Motorhome Mission Down the Heritage Highway

The run from Launceston in the north down to Hobart in the south of Tasmania is a brief two hour affair down the Midland Highway if done without stopping. This is an impossibility for campervan ..
(October 05, 2008)
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Holidaying in the Huon Valley

Its spring time in the Huon Valley in Tasmania and there is that brisk chill in the air, enough to stand your arm hairs up but not enough to freeze you to the core. The heater in our hire car ..
(September 14, 2008)
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Riverland Relaxation

The Riverland in South Australia seems almost like it could be custom designed for a campervan holiday. Picture this: rolling countryside divided into a patchwork of lush orchards, where exotic ..
(September 07, 2008)
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Waltz Down the Matilda Highway

The Outback can be an unforgiving place - journeys need to be planned, supply stocks need to be fueled. Care and preparation is needed, but for all the effort the rewards come tenfold. And one ..
(August 17, 2008)
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The Magical Whitsundays

Named by Captain James Cook in recognition of a religious festival, there does indeed seem to be something spiritual about the Whitsunday Islands. The peaks of mountains drowned by the rising ocean ..
(August 10, 2008)
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Serenity in Stanley

The north west of Tasmania is relatively unknown in tourist circles, with the large National Parks and towns seeming to get the majority of any travel promotion. This is a travesty when you consider ..
(June 16, 2008)
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Port Lincoln Hub of the Eyre Peninsula

The abundant wonders of the Eyre Peninsula are well documented, and make for an exciting and intriguing tour in a campervan. One of the largest towns, which is something of an informal capital for ..
(June 17, 2008)
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Riverland Country

The fertile fields of the Riverland draw life from the long hours of sunshine falling on them and from the smooth flowing waters of the mighty Murray River- offering up a juicy bounty of grapes, ..
(June 22, 2008)
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Esperance A Secret No More

Its called the ‘Secret South'- the length of Western Australian coastline next to the Southern Ocean that until recently has been largely ignored by the tourist masses. But as travellers get ..
(June 23, 2008)
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Daylesford Australias Spa Capital

Do you need a holiday that really refreshes your body and soul? One of complete physical indulgence, where every mental and bodily ailment is tended to and abolished, leaving a new person with a ..
(June 23, 2008)
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Touring the Tasman Peninsula

The wild cliffs, the sweeping views and the expansive farmlands of the Tasman Peninsula seem like a world apart from Tasmania, yet it takes less than an hours drive from Hobart in your campervan to ..
(June 29, 2008)
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Australian Backpacker Hitlist

Whether you love them, hate them or are one of them, backpackers are an essential part of the tourism industry. Australia has been a staple favourite of backpackers for decades. The solid ..
(June 29, 2008)
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St Helens Tassy Game Fishing Capital

The north east of Tasmania is rich in romantic sentiment, an area whose natural beauty is offset by its long history and and established cultures. Driving through the countryside the most striking ..
(July 14, 2008)
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Glen Innes Celtic Heritage

Draped in a quilt of green meadows and lush forests, the rolling hills stretch to the horizon where they join with the clear blue sky to create a contrast of colours as interesting as the history of ..
(July 14, 2008)
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National Parks of the Victorian High Country

Alpine National Park This is Victorias largest park, and its 646000 hectares covers just about all of the high country. The landscapes and features that it covers are too immense for words, but it is .
(July 21, 2008)
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Intelligent Australian Holiday Spots

Think of Australian holidays and images of beaches, islands, the outback and possibly a few jumping kangaroos come to mind. Think of Australian people and an image of a weather beaten bloke in a ..
(July 27, 2008)
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Sydney - Representing Australia

Regarded as the gateway to Australia, Sydney is usually the first port of call for visitors to the country. As the plane descends into the New South wales capital, most will have to pinch themselves ..
(April 13, 2008)
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Exploring the West Coast of Tasmania

The beauty of the Tasmanian countryside is the feeling of isolation you get there. Gazing out over some of the mountains, forests and lakes its hard to remember that we live in an industrialised ..
(April 15, 2008)
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Melbourne - Sports, Culture and Class

It may be Australia's second largest city, but Melbourne is seen as leading the country in many other departments. Its sports-mad residents refer to it as the sporting capital of Australia, and the ..
(March 09, 2008)
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Fine Folk and Fare in the Clare Valley

The Clare Valley is a quintessential example of country Australia at its best. Its photogenic landscapes are lush and green, and grape-laden vineyards spring out of its fertile soils. The beautiful ..
(January 08, 2008)
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Joondalup - The Peaceful North of Perth

For a Western Australian experience that brings you close to the state capital of Perth but far enough away that you escape the hustle and bustle of big city life look no further than Joondalup. Just .
(January 07, 2008)
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