Start exploring Melbourne and Victoria with Lonely Planet’s video guide to getting around, when to go and the top things to do while you’re there. If you are looking for the best things to do in Melbourne, I have compiled my list of the top 20 tourist attractions in Melbourne. This guide Melbourne will … Read more Explore Melbourne
Albany Albany, found in the great southern region of WA, is the oldest colonial settlement in the state. The city was founded on 26th December 1826, over two years before Perth and Fremantle. Originally named Frederick Town, and then renamed in 1831 when it was transferred into the control of the Swan River Colony. The … Read more 4 places to visit in W.A.
Natural beauty, abundant local produce and a Mediterranean climate are what Mildura, located on the mighty Murray River, is known for. The late 1840 saw the region settled by Europeans and good seasons, good wool prices and the early riverboat trade made for a booming economy for the station. Modern-day Mildura was founded on the … Read more Mildura
There is a place on the planet, the Daintree Rainforest, that is one of the last few locations that shows nature in it’s true form. The location of this rainforest is in the popular Tropical North Queensland area, and it is full of so many sounds and sights that would make you think it’s a … Read more Daintree Rainforest
We had one last holiday with just the two of us before the birth of our first child and it was either head up north to get away from the cold Melbourne winter, or head across to the Flinders Ranges and do a charter flight over Lake Eyre. After some discussion it was decided that … Read more Our Flight Over Lake Eyre
Lone pine Koala sanctuary Spotting koalas and kangaroos is one of the main reason people love to visit Australia. The best place to spot Koalas is Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. It is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary. It is located 12 km from Brisbane city. To reach here you can hire a bus, take a … Read more Things to do in Brisbane
Perth, capital of Western Australia, sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast. Sandy beaches line its suburbs, and the huge, riverside Kings Park and Botanic Garden on Mount Eliza offer sweeping views of the city.