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Australie Auberges de Jeunesse
Nouvelle-Galles du Sud
Territoire du Nord
Territoire de la capitale australienne
Agnes Water / Town of 1770
Barossa Valley Nuriootpa South Australia
Gold Coast - Burleigh Heads
Gold Coast - Coolangatta
Gold Coast Hinterland - Tamborine
Great Keppel Island
Territoire de la baie de Jarvis
Kakadu National Park
Kingston on Murray
Mount Warning - Murwillumbah
Noosa North Shore
One Mile Beach
Royal National Park
Sydney - Bondi Beach
Tin Can Bay
I was with Esso Australia in 1981-1982 and I was assigned an oil prospect near
, so I made everal trips to Derby. An interesting place, especially the huge tides in the bay. It was pretty outback when I was there.
is a safe town to walk and explore. Non-touristy and friendly locals.
sucks ass. It's too damn hot and swarmed with murderous bloodythirsty kangeroo's.
comes alive during the months of June through to September when the winter snow season is in full swing.There are good pubs and restaurants all within walking distance of each other. Check out the live music or maybe grab a steak at the one of the restaurants after a great day skiing or snowboarding.
I have visited
many times and I would like to recommend to EVERYONE that they must try one of the delicious treats from the local bakery. The food is excellent and the staff are delightful.
is a magnificient coastal town, 30 minutes from Geelong by public transfer. Ferry runs yearly between Queenscliff and Sorrento on the hour. Fishing tours are available and swim with the dolphins also available. Visit Australia's only black light house, visit the lookout of the "rip". Steam trains run on weekends between Queenscliff and Drysdale. Enjoy Fish n Chips sitting on the beach.
is a great town, plenty to do.
is the most beautiful place I've ever been. I recommend the coral veiwing and snorkelling tour. And go and walk with the sharks at the south point of the bay, it's a great experience.
and Australia. I went for the spring in 2001 and stayed in a southern suburb of Sydney called Glebe. I loved everything. My boyfriend and I got a camper RV and drove up the coast for a 3 weeks, it was so amazing, and we even got to the great barrier reef and the Whitsunday Islands. You have to go, if you have even the smallest desire, its worth it!!
is great, its only minutes to Surfers and has some great things to do as it is on the beach with its surf clubs. And the casino is always great with Thursday night -- cheap drinks in the casino's Prince Albert Bar. It's where a lot of the young loacals go.
is very far from the beach and attractions -- too far if you do not have transport.
Sandy Creek Conservation Park is not accessible to the
Wineries if you don't have a car.
I stayed in
for five weeks in 2000 and loved it -- the wonderful beaches and amazing colour of the sea, the hospitality of the residents, The Cape Le Grand area, lucky beach, twilight cove, and salmon leap. I hired a bike several times and had some great rides on the boardwalk/beach. They have very friendly staff at the visitor centre. If I could, I would live there.
is a good place for a stop over and to earn some cash on the fruit picking but hard ass work...
is a place you'll either love or hate. I loved it. It was my home for only 3 months but will always be a part of me.
in March 2008 with the Cool Dingo Tours. They are a brilliant company to go with. I was traveling on my own but was made comfortable and made lots of friends. Fraser Island is beautiful and is well worth a visit.
I have fantastic memories of
and would go back. I loved the hillbilly feel of the town. Beats the cities any day. Work is hard but well worth the experience.
For anyone that is traveling Western Australia, get out now or else you're going to end up broke! Don't believe any of the bullsh*t about the work on the fruit farms -- I've the best part of $1,500 spent on accommodation. I've tried about thirty farms, all answers the same -- the weather's too bad.
is a hole with nothing with nothing in it -- only rednecks.
I live in Sydney and have to brag that the
Royal National Park
is just spectacular - especially if you want to see a diverse range of habitat in one location, within an hour or two of Sydney's CBD. The Royal has rainforest in the south, wet and dry sclerophyl forests in the north, heath along the north eastern coast, moors a little inland, swamps in the west and a myriad of creeks and rivers. Along with such diverse habitats come dozens, if not hundreds of bird species, a variety of mammals, lizards, snakes, frogs and fish. The park has dozens of walking tracks with all grades of difficulty, from short walks to day walks and overnight walks. To anyone visiting Australia, especially for the first time, be aware that the outdoors environment can be harsh - be very sure you know what you're doing if you plan on any serious walking, and be aware that surf conditions along the park demand that you only swim if you are very experienced with surf. But don't let me frighten you away - the…
I am from
and think it's one of the most beautiful places I've lived. It's humble and a place to relax and take in all the amazing scenery. So close to the sea, the vineyards, and the marvels of the volcanoes.
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