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Ah! A life on the ocean waves – is the only life for me.

As a young lad growing up in the then fishing village of Watsons Bay in Sydney, where my grandfather and uncle were fishermen, I developed a love of the sea. But being a genuine red-head my complexion and the sun burn prevented me from spending too much time pursuing my dreams. … Continue Reading

Bendooley Estate Piece

I think that the only pic that needs captioning is the John Olsen painting above the bar in the tasting room. … Continue Reading

An Amazing Journey Through Ancient Lands

Australia can lay claim to many of the world’s greatest drives, but none more so than the Red Centre Way through the West McDonnell Ranges. … Continue Reading

When is a legend born?

February 4, 2017 Destination Feature No Comments

Michael Osborne looks at rediscovering his own backyard – While we never tire of exploring the world, we sometimes need to refresh our easily reached local experiences. … Continue Reading

Flood brings Riverland wine conservation site to life

BANROCK Station is expecting a surge of visitors to its cellar door and wetland in the coming weeks following a flood that has sparked a flurry of wildlife activity. … Continue Reading

High flows improve vital signs of life for Australia’s longest river

January 20, 2017 Destination Feature No Comments

AUSTRALIA’S longest and most important river has been returned to its best health in more than a decade following high flows caused by several months of strong rainfall. … Continue Reading

Ethiopia On A Priority Mission To Increase Tourism

Ethiopia is a destination not widely known or experienced by the global tourist and to counter this the tourism board is on a mission to build its profile and highlight the many exciting tourism gems the country has to offer. … Continue Reading

A Million Dancing Smiles in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea may be our closest neighbour, but for most Australians it is an unknown land shrouded in mystery and intrigue. … Continue Reading

Aussie Pubs That Are Also Movie Stars

1Virtually every movie made in Outback Australia has had a pub as part of the plot. … Continue Reading

Luang Prabang: From Mekong River to Kamu Village

One of the things that you should not miss when visiting Luang Prabang is taking a cruise on the powerful and scenic Mekong River. Unlike the calm and clear Hương River running through my home town, the Mekong River rushing through Luang Prabang with its mightiness and charisma. … Continue Reading

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