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Western Australia: Where people are closest to nature

If there is a place in the Australian continent that can bring man closest to nature, it has to be Western Australia. With vastness that occupies a third of the country, this region has an exciting trove of wonders of land and the sea, plus rich culture and aboriginal history that create some of the [...]

Experience the best of Western Australia

Experience the best of Western Australia

The vast Western Australia is also an enclave of great travel experiences. Endowed with tropical northern and temperate southern climates, the region has flourished to provide thousands of native plants and animals, sprawling green fields, and natural rock formations. Fine weather is an everyday treat, and the bordering Indian Ocean offers close encounters with the [...]

Summer in Australia with sprinkles of yuletide fun

Summer in Australia with sprinkles of yuletide fun

In Australia, the end of the school Term 4 in mid-December heralds the start of the summer holiday. Surfers and swimmers flock to beaches, while bushwalkers and hikers trudge trails and bush-lands in order to take advantage of the fine weather. Have a glimpse of summer in Australia with the following pictures of the country’s [...]

Melbourne: The Australian city with cultural vibes

Melbourne: The Australian city with cultural vibes

Melbourne has a special place in the hearts of tourists. Some consider the Victorian capital a small taste of Europe with a complete vibe of partying, nightlife, and artistry. The multicultural diversity in Melbourne also adds lots of fun and excitement, as businesses offer food and products from different parts of the world, exposing locals [...]

A glimpse of Australia’s beauty in 10 amazing sites

A glimpse of Australia’s beauty in 10 amazing sites

Australia, both a country and a continent, is a place where tourists can experience great travel diversity. “Gifted” may even be insufficient a word to describe its wide-spanning ecology, intermingling culture, and varied geography—three aspects that shape the different activities and experiences in store for local and foreign travellers. There are seven regions and many [...]

Tourism Australia attracts more tourists with improved travel app

Tourism Australia attracts more tourists with improved travel app

Tourism Australia, the country’s main agency for promoting Australia as a leisure and business destination, launched travel app There’s nothing like Australia on 30 June 2013 to inspire potential travellers to visit the country and make the most out of their vacation. Four months after the launch of the first version, the agency amazes the [...]

How Australians utilise the internet

How Australians utilise the internet

Australians remain at the forefront of digital innovation, with a mid-2013 Google and Ipsos report revealing that smartphone usage in the country has risen from 37% in 2011 to 64.6%. Australians have also become active users of the internet; different studies revealed a unanimous conclusion that Aussies are spending more time on social media and [...]

Australians as consistently happy people

Australians as consistently happy people

Australia is a country inhabited by happy people, as revealed by the global study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the national study by McCrindle Research. OECD used various indicators to determine the overall Better Life Index of the Australian population, while McCrindle used income levels as the only indicator. The [...]

Victoria: Australia’s fastest-growing state

Victoria: Australia’s fastest-growing state

The Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed that the state of Victoria had grown the fastest in the first quarter of 2013. ABS Treasurer Michael O’Brien attributed this trend to ever-increasing interstate migration which also demands improved public services. Below are some essential details of the recent Australian Demographic Statistics released by the ABS. Increasing Victorian [...]

4 Tips for Travelling Alone in Australia

4 Tips for Travelling Alone in Australia

The Australian tourism industry supports both packaged tours and solo travel. In the recent months, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has reported a considerable increase in the number of tourists travelling alone in the country in order to experience its natural beauty. Solo travellers find it advantageous to travel in Australia not only due to [...]

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