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Cocos Island – Travel Guide

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Cocos Islands or Territory of Cocos or the Keeling islands refer to a group of islands located on Indian Ocean at the middle and borders the Christmas Island and Perth. The territory comprises of two islands which are inhabited and these are the Home Island and West Island. Travelers commute in the area by use of passenger ferries. Some of the islands found here are also uninhabited and majorly comprise of Horsburgh Island, South Island and North Keeling Island which ... Read More »

Airlie Beach, Australia – Travel Guide

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The town of Airlie Beach is simply referred to as Airlie and is located in Queensland Australia. Airlie Beach is the closest port to Whitsunday Islands on Great Barrier Reef. The town has a population of nearly 30, 000 inhabitants today and is mostly visited by all kinds of tourists especially the backpackers. Airlie Beach is famous as a major hub for visitors traveling to Outer Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands. You can take a boat to these areas ... Read More »

Adelaide, Australia – Travel Guide

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South Australia has its capital in the city of Adelaide. The city is characterized by a stylish architecture, sandy swimming beaches, and boutique shopping facilities, fabulous arts events, fine dining and a vibrant night life. Some of the best café strips in Australia are also found here in Adelaide. The population of the city is just above 1 million people and it is among the largest cities in Australia. There are many attractions in Adelaide making the city one of ... Read More »

Ayers Rock, Australia – Travel Info

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Ayers Rock, otherwise known as Uluru is largely believed to be the single greatest landmark in Australia. There is no doubt that it is the country’s most famous and visited natural landmark. The rock majestically rises to over 1142 feet on the relatively flat desert floor in central Australia. As you might already know, Ayers Rock is the largest monolith on the world or a single, free standing piece of stone. The rock majorly comprises of arkosic sandstone. Daily flights ... Read More »

Melbourne, Australia – Travel Guide

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Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia and serves as the capital of the state of Victoria. The city is the cultural capital of Austria as depicted by the Victoria- era architecture, museums, art galleries, extensive shopping, large parks, beautiful gardens and many theaters. The four million people living in Melbourne are not just multicultural but also mad with sports. There are so many reasons that would prompt you to visit the city of Melbourne ranging from attending major ... Read More »

Cairns, Australia – Travel Guide

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Cairns city serves as the gateway to the well known Great Barrier Reef, Far North Queensland inn Australia. With a population of nearly 200, 000 people, this cosmopolitan city is completely focused to tourism industry which has made it extremely popular among international travelers. Most of the tourism facilities like shopping outlets are written in both English and Japanese and caters for interests of tourists from all over the world. A rainforest that acts as a gateway to other destinations ... Read More »

Whitsundays, Australia – Travel Guide

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Whitsundays is a collection of 74 islands lying off  Queensland coast in Australia. They are a part of the famous Great Barrier Reef and Whitsundays used to be the most popular destination spot. Most of the islands have presently been designated as national parks. Major attractions in Whitsundays include accessing the coral reefs for diving and snorkeling, pristine beaches and the clear warm waters. The islands are connected by two airports which facilitate the travel of the more than half ... Read More »

Auckland, New Zealand – Travel guide

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With a population of more than one million people, Auckland boasts of being the largest New Zealand’s metropolitan area. Auckland City was formed as a result of amalgamation of four separate cities to form the presently huge city of Auckland. This highly modern cosmopolitan city is home to about a third of the entire population in New Zealand. Auckland share similar urban planning designs with Los Angeles and these two cities are sister cities. Auckland city has rich tourist resources ... Read More »

South Island, New Zealand

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South Island in New Zealand Region features grand open landscapes which give the area a sense of freedom and space. It is divided by a mountain called Southern Alps and the entire region is characterized by snow topped spectacular mountains, golden sand beaches, broad plains and clean, deep fiords and extensive beach forests on the southern side. The temperature here is generally drier and cooler compared to North Island. As such, it is essential that you carry some T- Shirts ... Read More »

The Twelve Apostles, Australia – Travel Guide

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Situated off the shores of Port Campbell National Park The Twelve Apostles is a vast collection of various limestone stacks. Thanks to the proximity of the limestone stacks to one another, this site has become one of the most popular tourist attraction sites in Australia. Erosion is credited for the formation of the apostles. The southern Ocean has harsh weather conditions that eroded the limestone gradually in the cliffs to form caves. Later along, the caves became arches that collapsed ... Read More »

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