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Whale Watching on the Nullarbor

Whale Watching on the Nullarbor

Whale Watching on the Nullarbor - it's a long way to go but it is worth the drive. At the Head of the Bight you can see a unique whale nursery from the top of the Bunda Cliffs and experience the isolation of the Nullarbor Plain. One of our favourite travelling...

8 Awesome Attractions in Queensland

8 Awesome Attractions in Queensland

Gold Coast theme parks, whale watching, dinosaur trails and diving on the Great Barrier Reef. These awesome attractions in Queensland are just the start of your Sunshine State adventure. We have teamed up with a few of our blogging friends to share some of our...

10 Surprising things to do on a Nullarbor Roadtrip

10 Surprising things to do on a Nullarbor Roadtrip

The Nullarbor. It’s a long drive but it doesn’t have to be a boring one. Here are a few of our favourite things to do on a Nullarbor Roadtrip that help break up this long drive. PENONG WINDMILLS Whichever way you are crossing the Nullarbor, a stop at Penong is a must....

Whyalla Marina Dolphins

Whyalla Marina Dolphins

You can get up close to the Whyalla Marina Dolphins as they follow the fishing boats into shore. While it might not be the best know dolphin experience, the Whyalla dolphins are well worth a visit. Nat and I are no different to many people – we love dolphins. I don’t...

Lake Elizabeth Platypus Tour

Lake Elizabeth Platypus Tour

A Lake Elizabeth platypus tour takes you deep into Victoria’s Otway Ranges. Not only will you likely spot one of Australia’s strangest and most elusive animals, you’ll do it in beautiful location. There is a little town on the edge of the Otway Ranges called Forrest....

Australian Giant Cuttlefish Whyalla

Australian Giant Cuttlefish Whyalla

From June to the end of August, Whyalla, at the top of Eyre Peninsula, becomes the Australian giant cuttlefish capital of the world. Swimming with them is one of the great wildlife experiences. It’s not every day you have permission to hold your wife underwater. But...

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