4 Luxury Accommodation in Hobart, Tasmania

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  Hobart is the capital of the Australian island state of Tasmania, serving as a busy seaport for the Antarctic activities of France and Australia, and a hub for up to 40 cruise ships during the southern hemisphere summer months.   Where to Stay in Hobart     © Salamanca Wharf Hotel Salamanca Wharf Hotel The Salamanca Wharf Hotel provides…

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Travel: Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Sydney in Style

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The glamorous, cosmopolitan city of Sydney is one of the best places to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style. The highlight of Sydney’s New Year’s Eve celebrations is without a doubt the fireworks, which attract throngs of visitors each year. However, battling the huge crowds and navigating congested traffic can be trying. Thankfully, with some advance planning, there are many…

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Food: 6 Out of the Ordinary Dining Experiences in Sydney

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  WelkinLight Photography / Food Photos / CC BY-NC A night out for dinner with friends starts at home with the usual ritual.  Keys, handbag, coat?  Check.  Wallet, phone, cab-fare? Check.  Then you get to the restaurant and its waiting for your table, sparkling or still, nibbling on bread and catching up on gossip while snatching glances of the menu. …

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4 Reasons to Go To Australia Now

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1.) Sun, Sand and Surf Ah, yes. Miles of gorgeous beaches, perfect weather practically year-round (somewhere in Australia it is warm!) and clear waters. If you live for the rays and limitless natural beauty, Australia is a destination you don’t want to miss. Take advantage of surfing, hiking, swimming, paddling and climbing while enjoying the outdoors. The beaches have been…

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Travel Guest Post: Navigating Sydney’s Business District

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Vast, impressive and home to the best venues in Eastern Australia; Sydney’s Central Business District is the place to be. The economic hub of a continent, The City is a true one-off, the sort of place you can catch a play at the harbour front, go snorkelling with sharks then catch a drag show, all under the burning Australian sun.…

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Travel Guest Post: Luxurious Australia

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If you are heading Down Under on your holiday this year, then you might as well do it in style. Australia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, and for many a journey there serves as a once in a lifetime experience. Why not take it further than it being just an ordinary holiday, and travel in…

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Travel: Australia’s Most Extreme Activities

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Australian’s are known around the world for their outgoing nature, fun-loving spirit and sense of adventure. They’re also known for their love of extreme sports. If you’ve ever considered doing something out of your comfort zone then you’ll be glad to know Australia’s the best place to get involved in some of the world’s most extreme activities. With so many…

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Travel: World’s 4 Most Amazing Locations for Sky Diving

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The Joy of Jumping Out of a Plane- there is hardly any stuff which is more thrilling for you than this if you are an adrenaline junkie!  After that jump, snagging towards the ground (though for a very brief period) is something that makes you absolutely get in touch with your breaths and you suddenly feel very much more alive.…

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Travel: Popular Ski Resorts in Australia

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God bless the Scandinavians. It was somewhere in their snow-covered lands that strange contraptions known as skis were first invented thousands of years ago. They were originally used to go ‘cross country’ for work, hunting and transportation. In Norse mythology, there were even two celestial deities that got about on skis. Today, skiing has become a popular recreation and Australia,…

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Travel: The Best Hotels in Melbourne

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Often called the dreamland, Australia is one of the countries, representations of two different worlds. On one side we have the magnificent and luxuries big cities, filled with nightlife entertainments and modern architecture. On the other side we have the nature, so perfect and so pure, offering you incredible views and magnificent sightseeing. We cannot forget the magical wildlife, which…

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Travel Guest Post: Luxury Surfing Adventures in Australia

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Australia is well-known for their various luxurious surfing locations it has to offer. If you’re an avid surfer, you should consider to visit most of the top surfing spots in Australia. The surfing locations in Australia are also known for their perfect frontiers, breathtaking atmospheres, and unbelievable waves. One your next trip, explore this hot spots for surfing: Margaret River The…

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Travel Guest Post: 5 Transportation Options for Your Australian Outback Adventure

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  If you are traveling to Australia, you’ll probably be spending some time in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne or another major city.  And well you should, as they offer much in the way of culture and recreation. But if you truly want to experience Australia, there is one place you must go: the Outback. Not for the faint-hearted traveler, the Outback…

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Travel Guest Post: Sydney, Australia

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Continent, country and island, Australia is magnificent  either way you twirl it. The quintessence of the country is diversity: coral reefs, snow-cloaked peaks, desert stall forests, and multicultural melting-pot towns. It is found that most of the Australians live by the side of the coast, and almost all of these folks reside in cities. According to reports it is found…

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Travel Guest Post: Luxury Wine Tours Around Brisbane

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  One of the industries that contribute most to Australia’s economy is the wine industry.  Wine is the 4th largest export and so the industry helps boost employment, as well as tourism in many areas. Wine is produced across the country and Brisbane in particular in Queensland and the surrounding areas in particular has a high concentration of wineries.  …

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Travel Guest Post: 10 Best Luxury Vacation Experiences in New Zealand & Australia

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Australia and New Zealand make ideal vacation destinations for anyone that is looking for a bit of luxurious living and excitement. High-quality sporting activities are on offer in most locations, and especially in those that are situated on the coast. Whether you are into aquatic sports, land-based activities, walking, hiking, fine dining or a vibrant nightlife, Australia and New Zealand…

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Travel Guest Post: 5 Great Cities for Sporting Fans

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1.   Melbourne [The MCG: what a place for a sports fan to spend Boxing Day] The initials MCG can only mean one thing to cricket fans: Melbourne Cricket Ground. This is the place where test matches are held in the sweltering heat of an Australian Boxing Day – an event which makes 100,000 fans interrupt their festive celebrations to attend…

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Travel Guest Post: Exploring Fraser Island

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Fraser Island, a World Heritage spot since 1992, is a unique island off the south coast of Queensland, Australia. Recognized as being the world‘s largest sand island, it also is designated the Queensland biggest island and the largest on Australia’s east coast.Its sand has amassed on volcanic rock layers for over 750,000 years, and the island has diversity in its…

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