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Exploring the Daintree Rainforest

Exploring the Daintree Rainforest

In far north Queensland lies two world heritage listed sites, side by side. The only place in the world where this occurs. The first, and most well known of these is the Great Barrier Reef. The second is the Daintree Rainforest.

Chasing waterfalls in the Atherton Tablelands with Uncle Brian

Chasing waterfalls in the Atherton Tablelands with Uncle Brian

Most people travel to far north Queensland for the Great Barrier Reef but end up discovering that there is so much more to this tropical haven. They uncover the beauty of the rainforest and everything it has to offer. Despite being annually hooked to I’m a Celebrity, get me out of here…,

7 things you didn’t know about the Great Barrier Reef

7 things you didn’t know about the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of those places that finds its way on to most travellers bucket list. I mean why wouldn’t it? It’s one of the 7 wonders of the world and the largest living thing on Earth. Incidentally, it is also the only living thing that you can see from space. It was definitely on my bucket list. So much so that on my East Coast Australia adventure I got to visit several different areas of the…

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Magnetic Island: the ultimate backpackers guide

Magnetic Island: the ultimate backpackers guide

Just a 25-minute ferry journey from Townsville, Magnetic Island entices many a backpacker to its shore in search of their next island adventure. A part of the Great Barrier Reef Marineland, Magnetic Island first got its name for the apparent ‘magnetic’ effect it had on Captain Cook’s compass. Maybe he was just trying to cover his tracks because he actually had acquired Captain Jack Sparrow’s compass?

5 Reasons Why you Should Visit the Noosa Everglades

5 Reasons Why you Should Visit the Noosa Everglades

Every year millions of people travel to Australia’s east coast hitting all the familiar stops and taking the same instagrammable shots as everyone else. This means that these spots can be really overcrowded which can sometimes take away from the whole feel of a place. Leaving you pretty underwhelmed when you were expecting something a little more breathtaking (that’s tourism for you). However, it does mean that sometimes if you wait awhile.

Exploring Brisbane: Convicts, Culture and Conflicts

Exploring Brisbane: Convicts, Culture and Conflicts

The capital of Queensland, Brisbane seems to divide those that visit almost as much as vegemite. Often seen as a lesser city in comparison to Sydney and Melbourne there is an understated pride that runs throughout. Affectionately named the river city, the river Brisbane runs through the city and is crossed by 15 major bridges. As with many major cities, despite the progress and construction of new buildings, there are always traces of its past lives. Traces that are easily…

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