There’s nothing quite like the weird and wonderful world of fungi However you look at it, there is something almost magical about fungi. They come in so many strange shapes and colours, and they seem to appear out of nowhere, growing overnight from nothing into quite large objects. They often have magic properties in children’s […]
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Popular for a little statue of a dog this town is a great spot to visit The town of Gundagai in southern NSW makes an excellent stopover for travellers between Sydney and Melbourne. It’s often described as a typical country town and you will find that many locals love their history and are keen to hang onto […]
Just down the road from Melbourne on Corio Bay is the city of Geelong and all it has to offer. The Bellarine Peninsula is one of Victoria’s premier recreational destinations attracting vast numbers of local, interstate and international visitors. Geelong, the region’s largest population centre and Victoria’s second largest city, is an integral part of the Bellarine’s popularity and […]
Every September, Commonwealth Park in our National Capital blooms in to life with the Floriarde Festival As the temperature drops, spring is in the sight of Floriade’s gardeners as they plant the first bulbs at Commonwealth Park in Canberra this week. This event is a must visit for anybody with even a slight interest in all things floral, the […]
A cross country adventure to history Cook on the Transcontinental railway line It’s been there since 1917, but for us it all started a couple of years ago when we stopped off at Cook for a brief 30-minute visit on our very enjoyable Indian Pacific Rail trip across the country between Sydney and Perth. Once […]