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The Whales are in Full Flight!

The Whales are in Full Flight!

Now in its 30th year, Hervey Bay remains world famous for its whale watching experiences, one of the greatest eco-experiences on the planet. Watching whales in their natural habitat is a special experience, and Hervey Bay guarantees an unmatched, interactive experience like nowhere else in the world! It’s personality plus from the Hervey Bay humpbacks […]

Hiking is the New Running

Hiking is the New Running

A growing trend is seeing fitness fiends trade their runners for hiking boots and head out into the wilderness to experience nature at its finest. From coastal trails to mountainous terrain, Victoria has a landscape to suit all tastes, time frames and fitness levels. With a network of more than 2000 trails totalling a length of […]

Ningaloo Humpback Interaction Tours Exceed Expectations

Ningaloo Humpback Interaction Tours Exceed Expectations

Tours to swim with humpbacks along the Ningaloo Reef have got off to a better than expected start as Western Australia’s first ever in-water humpback interaction tours began their four-month trial period from August 1st.  Humpback whale interaction tour operators working out of both Exmouth and Coral Bay have reported success rates for up-close underwater […]

Christmas in July Fun Festivities on the Murray Princess

Christmas in July Fun Festivities on the Murray Princess

Don’t wait a whole more year for Christmas, Captain Cook Cruises, PS Murray Princessis celebrating Christmas in July on all three, four and seven night Murray River cruises between 8 July and 29 July, 2016. Now you can get your Christmas fix six months early!!! The Christmas in July cruises combine the popular three, four […]

Cliff-Face Walkway ‘The Gobbins’ Opens in Northern Ireland

Cliff-Face Walkway ‘The Gobbins’ Opens in Northern Ireland

Intrepid adventurers to Northern Ireland’s famous Causeway Coastal Route now have the opportunity to be suspended in mid-air above crashing waves on a spectacular cliff path over the wild Irish Sea. The Gobbins, a dramatic, two-mile-long cliff-face walkway, has opened for bookings – and already people from Australia, America, Sweden, France and Germany are among […]

Walking the Waterfall Way, NSW

Walking the Waterfall Way, NSW

At Auswalk we have always been committed to creating great walking experiences and staying ahead of the curve. Our Waterfall Way trip in central New South Wales meets this criteria and more. It is a truly eclectic environment, an untapped, raw landscape which offers an abundant array of fauna and flora. With World Heritage rainforests, […]

Step Out & Explore Macau on Foot

Step Out & Explore Macau on Foot

Macau is on the right path when it comes to showcasing its fascinating and friendly neighbourhoods. So much so that the Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) has doubled its successful “Step Out, Experience Macau’s Communities” self-guided walking tour routes to eight. In adding to the original routes released in 2013, the MGTO has brought into […]

Explore Sydney – Free Walking Tour!

Explore Sydney – Free Walking Tour!

Go Local Tours invites you to join us on our free Sydney walking tours. We are very proud to announce four new tours so skip the tourist traps & explore Sydney like a local by embarking on one of our unique tours. Tours that will take place as following : 1) February 21st – Sydney […]

T- Rex Exhibit only at Sydney’s Australian Museum

A unique dinosaur exhibition featuring prehistoric fossils and specimens never before displayed outside China was opened at the Australian Museum by Minister for Tourism, Major Events and the Arts, George Souris. Exclusive to Sydney and NSW, the blockbuster exhibition, called Tyrannosaurs, showcases the real ‘T-Rex’ and all of its ancestors for the first time in […]

Peru Uses Climate Change To Lure Tourists To Glacier

Peru Uses Climate Change To Lure Tourists To Glacier

In its heyday, the Pastoruri glacier in central Peru, drew throngs of tourists packed into dozens of double-decker buses 16,000 feet (5,000 metres) high into the Andes to ski, build snowmen and scale its dizzying peaks. It was so bright with ice and snow that sunglasses were mandatory. But in less than 20 years, including […]

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