Ipswich is a regional city in Queensland, Australia. The city is not as well known as Brisbane; however, it offers people a chance to travel to a diverse, place with a warm community atmosphere. There are plenty of things for people to do depending on their interests and willingness to explore the area. Tourists can …More
Toowoomba is one of many regional cities in Queensland, Australia. The city is part of the Darling Downs which makes it the perfect place for people to experience country life during their sojourn. The city is known for its majestic gardens, historical attractions and a warm, welcoming atmosphere for everyone to appreciate. The University of …More
Queensland, Australia is known for its warm weather, sandy beaches and a relaxed atmosphere. The Gold Coast is no exception as people can experience everything the city has to offer them at their own pace. There are all sorts of interesting things for people to do and see as they travel from one glorious place …More
Travelling is one of the best ways you can explore the world. One of the greatest places that you can visit in Australia is Goolwa.
Goolwa is situated in the southern part of the country. It is a town that is found at the mouth of Murray river, the longest river in the country. If you …More
From all cities around Australia, Sydney is quite a gem! The city itself is modern and contemporary, full-on with technology, beautiful skyscrapers and a brand new light rail that goes all around it. Besides, we have the famous Sydney Harbour with the unique Sydney Opera House and the gigantic Harbour Bridge, I’m sure you know …More
Perth is the capital of Western Australia and the largest city in the state. Founded in 1829, the city survived Western Australia’s 19th-century gold rush and continues to thrive today.
From visiting the beaches of the Sunset Coast to walking Swan River to exploring Fremantle Harbour and Swan Rivers, Perth has a lot to offer. Whether …More
Brisbane is a thriving city in the heart of Queensland Australia. The city provides people with the chance to relax after work or a busy day of sight seeing. While the city is not as popular as Sydney or Melbourne, its cycling tracks, green space and unique attractions make it a great place to visit.
Canberra is, arguably, one of the most overlooked cities in the world. If you ask someone to name the capital of Australia, more likely than not, they’ll be inclined to answer Sydney, or maybe Melbourne. Whilst they would not be entirely wrong, (it was, after all, created as a capital city between the two), the …More
The Sunshine Coast is an idylic regional city in Queensland Australia. While the region is not as well known as Brisbane, the Gold Coast and other cities, it does attract tourists who want a relaxing break or a romantic weekend away. While skyscrapers dot the landscape, the coast has not lost its charm. Tourists can …More
Everything you need to do and the places you will visit are nearby, the city, the Harbour and the beaches all within 5 K and accessible by bus, train and ferry. Sydney is Australia’s second oldest city, and East Sydney is one of the first settlements, the architecture was made up of lots of cramped …More
Double Bay in Eastern Sydney Australia is a very relaxed place to live. It is 4-5 km from the city centre and is between Sydney Harbour and Bondi.
One of the great things about living here is that you can walk almost everywhere, and for those who can’t walk there are great train bus and ferry …More
Are you planning a trip to Australia? Then
consider adding the great city of Melbourne to your list of cities to visit.
Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria. It is a city full of diversity. The main language spoken in Melbourne is English, but there is also well over one hundred different languages. Melbourne is …More
For most travelers, Port Hedland is nothing more than a place to stop for some fuel and maybe top up the groceries on their way to or from more well-known towns like Broome and Exmouth. The summer temperatures are hot, but the winters are mild.
Whatever time of year you visit there are things do …More
Adelaide is known as the city of churches by Australians and tourists alike. The city is not as large or exciting as Sydney or Melbourne; however, it has much to offer anyone who wants a fun, cultural experience with beaches, shops and hidden gems to explore, whenever they wish. The city combines historical sites with …More
Launceston’s own piece of wilderness just 15 minutes walk from the city centre. Here you’ll find hiking trails, the world’s longest single span chairlift, a swimming pool for hot days, a restaurant, kiosk, cafe and wildlife. There are beautiful gardens, a suspension bridge and an inclinator for easy access,
There is an Interpretation …More