Hahndorf Australia

Hahndorf South Australia

During our recent stay at Glenelg, we took another day trip to explore Hahndorf, which is only twenty-seven kilometres from Adelaide in the Adelaide Hills. While on our way to Hahndorf, we took time to stop at the highest peak in the Adelaide Hills, Mount Lofty Lookout. The panoramic view from the lookout over Adelaide and on to the ocean [Read More…]

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Victor Harbor

Recently, after visiting Port Lincoln, we had the opportunity to holiday at Glenelg and enjoy a day trip to Victor Harbor. Which is a seaside town situated on Encounter Bay located eighty-three kilometres from Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. [Read More…]

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Port Lincoln

I visited Port Lincoln recently to attend my cousin’s wedding and could not believe how beautiful the place is. Port Lincoln is on the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula, and is situated on Boston Bay in South Australia.  The waters are pristine, and the bay is a protected natural harbour, three times the size of Sydney Harbour. [Read More…]

Uluru

Uluru Tours

Uluru, previously known around the world as Ayers Rock, is one of the most famous landmarks in Australia. Uluru is a mammoth sandstone formation that rises like a lone titan out of the sandy floor of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory. Ayers Rock may have taken on a new name [Read More…]

Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley Tours

Located in South Australia, the Barossa Valley is one of the biggest wine-producing regions in all of Australia. This magnificent valley is located 60 km north east of Adelaide, and is made up of three major towns: Tanunda, Angaston and the largest town of the three, Nuriootpa. [Read More…]

Great Barrier Reef Tours

Great Barrier Reef Tours

As the world’s largest coral reef system, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most visited places in the world. Located off the coast of Queensland in north eastern Australia, this magnificent place can actually be seen from outer space, and is home to a wide array of marine life. The Aborigine and Torres Strait Islander people have [Read More…]

Canberra Tour

Canberra Tour

Situated in the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory is Canberra, which became Australia’s Capital City in 1908. It’s located south of Sydney and north of Melbourne. The beautiful design of this city came about as the result of an international competition held over a century ago, in 1911. American architect Walter Burley Griffin won that competition [Read More…]

Whale Watching Sydney

Whale Watching Sydney

Sydney is home to some of the most magnificent buildings, tastiest foods, and pristine landscapes and beaches in all of Australia. Tourists journey to Sydney annually to relax and enjoy all that Sydney has to offer. Many visitors take advantage of the numerous tours available here. One in particular is whale watching. [Read More…]

Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney

Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney

The Hunter Valley is the oldest and one of Australia’s best known wine regions and is only a two-hour drive from Sydney.  Hunter Valley Tours from Sydney is an ideal way to visit the wine country. Sit back and relax, take in the sights and enjoy the wine tasting, without the worry of driving. The first vines were planted in the Hunter Valley in the early 1820s, [Read More…]

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Sydney Harbour Cruise

Sydney Harbour is the most beautiful natural harbour in the world. A great way to enjoy the harbour is on a Sydney Harbour Captain Cook Cruise. Cruising Sydney Harbour during the day is an ideal way to take in the stunning views of the harbour. [Read More…]