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Melbourne’s best vegetarian restaurants

If you are vegetarian, or just love a great value and wholesome meal, join the locals as they keep coming back to Melbourne’s greatest vegetarian institutions. Here are four of the best offering a range of prices and unique experiences. Crossways – a seriously cheap lunch in the city Look for a person dressed in […]

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Tipping Advice for Australia

One thing about America that tends to impress visitors is the level of service you get. It’s got nothing to do with native hospitality or the protestant work ethic; it’s all about the Benjamins. Aporcyphally, tips stands for ‘To Insure Prompt Service’ setting aside whether or not that’s true (and the misuse of the word […]

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Queenstown adventure

The Kiwis are an interesting bunch. The country is to Oz what Canada is to the US – the quiet neighbor with a funny accent. But beneath the laid-back, laconic New Zealand exterior there must be a huge red pepper of raging lust for life. After all, this is the country that brought us bungy […]

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Best cities in Australia for romance

Although Valentine’s day passed too long ago, it’s not yet too late for you to treat your partner on a romantic get-away. Here in the Land down Under are some of the perfect places where you and your partner can bask in the glory of your love. • Melbourne- It remains a mystery why Melbourne […]

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Best Boutique Hotels in Sydney

Boutique hotels in Sydney are known to offer good accommodation with their awesome ambiance and design. Traditional standard bearers of Sydney’s boutique hotels industry have consistently satisfied tourists and business travellers  alike. Now, a new breed of boutique hotels have opened their doors to a more diverse, unique and personalized experience for all guests. Whether […]

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Ulladulla

Ulladulla is one of the east coasts best-kept secrets. A coastal town on the east coast of Australia, Ulladulla is just as interesting as its name it. About three hours south from Sydney, it has been a popular tourist destination for travelers around the country for decades, and now it seems, the rest of the […]

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Newcastle

Newcastle is a lovely coastal town just north of Sydney in the Australian state of New South Wales. The town is home to some of the nations most famous people including the three-piece band Silverchair. While many may look at Newcastle as just being an industrial town on the coastline, there is much more to […]

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Phillip Island

Phillip Island is one of Australia’s most southern tourist attractions in the state of Victoria. Located 140 kilometers away from Melbourne, the island is home to an abundance of beauty, nightlife, beaches and culture. The permanent population in the island is only 8,000, however during the summer that figure swells to a massive 25,000, with […]

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Cairns

Well, if Queenstown is the extreme capital city of the world, then Cairns must be the adventure capital. Situated in the northeastern tropical region of Australia, the coastal city is home to an abundance of activities, and breathtaking sights. (more…)

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Lorne – Australia

When you think of the Great Ocean Road, on Victoria’s south West Coast, many will think of the Twelve Apostles, Apollo Bay and occasionally Lorne. In recent years, with the growth of outdoor music festivals, it seems the lovely coastal town is more synonymous with the Falls Festival, a new years eve three day event, […]

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