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Iconic locations of Australia’s ‘Red Centre’

The Red Centre located in the interior of the Australian Outback is famous for Uluru or the red monolith, which is sacred to the aborigines living here and its changing colors when the sun is in different angles. Some of the other iconic locations that you should not miss visiting while in the Red Centre […]

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Top Australian backpacking destinations

There are so many amazing things to see and do in Australia, and so many wonderful cities to explore. If you are off on a globe-trotting adventure, take a look at the best backpacking destinations in Oz. Darwin Those backpackers who make the effort to take the journey out to the Top End are pleasantly […]

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Must-See Australian Landmarks

Sydney Opera House: One of the most popular architectural landmarks of Sydney, Australia, it is uniquely constructed and, over time, has come to represent Australia. It was inaugurated on 20th Oct, 1973 by Queen Elizabeth II and is one of the busiest public venues in the world. The Opera House hosts over 3000 performances in […]

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Perth Adrenalin Junky Activities

Perth is the destination in Australia for adventure sports. With about 100,000 visitors coming to Perth daily, entertainment is big business in the city. Here are a few things that you can do to feel the adrenalin rush: Jet Boating Jet boats zoom at about 75 kilometers per hour speed and you will experience the […]

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Outdoor Attractions in Australia’s Northern Territory

The northern part of Australia represents the true country for many people. The indigenous peoples are rustic and simple and apparently their culture and customs that are ancient and spiritual seem to rub against the current Western modern culture. Filled with natural beauty and deep spirituality, places such as Darwin and Kakadu, Uluru and the […]

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