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Relocating to Perth, WA

As home prices in Sydney and Melbourne continue to soar, more and more people are relocating to Perth, WA. Buying or renting here can be much more affordable than other parts of Australia where those earning a living wage have to scrimp and save just to get by each month. Relocating to Perth or any other destination in WA shouldn’t be done simply to save money. The region’s unique [Continue Reading]

5 Free and Family-Friendly Cairns, Australia Vacation Activities

Are you in the process of planning a trip to go to the “down under”? If so, and you’re someone who has a love for outdoor activities, make sure that you put Cairns on your itinerary. Aside from being one of the most scenic places in Australia, it has all kinds of family-friendly activities that are fun and (even better) free. If you’d like to know about some of the things [Continue Reading]

5 Must-See Perth Attractions

Although Perth is one of the most populous cities in Australia, it rarely gets the same recognition as counterparts like Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne, for example. But the City of Light, so dubbed for the fact that residents lit their houses so that John Glenn could see the city from space in 1962 (and again in 1998) as he passed by, was listed amongst the top ten most livable cities by the [Continue Reading]

Experience Australia on Amazing Cruises

When it comes to traveling there are usually so many different aspects you need to consider in order to ensure it all pans out properly. From hotel stays to car rentals and where you should eat, performing all of the necessary tasks before you even start your vacation is often enough to make a person go crazy. However, you don't have to settle for this and tackle it all on your own. With cruise [Continue Reading]

Things To Do In Melbourne On A Rainy Day

While Melbourne is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular cities in Australia, it’s also known for having unpredictable weather, which frequently leads to an entire day of rain. If you’re planning your next holiday to this vibrant city, be sure to add these things to do in Melbourne to your rainy day itinerary. Go Shopping The most popular attraction to tourists, both nationally and [Continue Reading]

What Animals can you see on a Kakadu Tour?

Kakadu National Park is located in the Northern Territory of Australia and is about 170km southeast of Darwin. The park was officially designated in 1978 and covers an area of 19,804km² stretching around 200km from north to south and about 100km from east to west. The name is actually a mispronunciation of the Aboriginal word “Gaagudju”. The area is very diverse in wildlife with [Continue Reading]