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Lizard Island

Lizard Island is Australia's northernmost resort island on the Great Barrier Reef....More...

Gondwana Rainforests of Australia

Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, formerly known as the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves, are located predominantly along the Great Escarpment on Australia's east coast, containing outstanding geological features around shield volcanic craters, and a high number of rare and threatened rainf...More...

A City Rich in Heritage Springs into the Future

Rockhampton, capital of the central Queensland region, is steeped in the heritage of its past while looking forward to its future as an attractive, dynamic city and a gateway to the natural treasures around it....More...

Barossa Valley

A short drive north from Adelaide lies Barossa Valley, South Australia wine country and one of Australia's best known wine regions....More...

Narooma

Narooma on the New South Wales South Coast is a popular fishing destination for innumerable fishermen....More...

Australia's Aboriginal Olympians

Australia's 400m track hopes at the 2000 Sydney Olympics lay with Aboriginal Olympians Cathy Freeman and Nova Peris-Kneebone with Freeman winning in sizzling time....More...

Peppercorn Gallery

You'll find pottery, glass, jewelry, silver and paintings at Peppercorn Gallery which was built as the Mill Cottage in the 1850s. At some time in the past the cottage had also served as a bootmaker's shop....More...

Katherine Gorge

Katherine Gorge is not just one spectacular gorge but a series of 13 gorges along the Katherine River in the Northern Territory of Australia....More...

Comfort Inn Fairways

Comfort Inn Fairways lies between Lake Illawarra and some of Wollongong’s best beaches, and is close to Wollongong city. It has 29 rooms with a view over Port Kembla Golf Course, a fully licensed restaurant, convention facilities, indoor and outdoor pools, health club, outdoor tennis facilities...More...

Who Is Makybe Diva?

Makybe Diva is the seven-year-old mare (at the time of the 2005 Melbourne Cup) who entered the Australian horse racing record books by being the first racehorse to win three consecutive Melbourne Cup races (2003, 2004, 2005)....More...

Queen Victoria Building

You won't miss Queen Victoria Building with its distinctive domes just north of Sydney Town Hall. It houses specialty shops and is a mecca for shoppers....More...

10 places to stay in Australia on the cheap

Wallet-friendly lodgings are available in abundance across Australia – and just because they’re affordable, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice comfort, quality or amenity....More...

Australia Travel Planner

Here's your short guide to knowing what Australians are like and some of the Aussie words and phrases they use....More...

D H Lawrence

D H Lawrence plaque on Sydney Writers Walk, Circular Quay...More...