A 6-hour cruise with Wildlife Coast Cruises around the east coast of Wilsons Promontory looking for seals, Humpback Whales, dolphins and seabirds.
Tegenungan Waterfall is reached via a track that winds through lush jungle and provides a lovely location to enjoy the quiet (and build a rock cairn along the river
Feast your eyes on an explosion of colour with over 900,000 tulips at the Tesselaar Tulip Festival.
Why be served delicious ice-cream by humans, when you could be served by robots? Niska Robotic Ice Cream Bar at Federation Square in Melbourne is the first robotic ice cream shop in Australia.
Ahoy there me hearties, are ye looking for a place to avoid the landlubbers and do some treasure hunting, general tomfoolery and have a good clap of thunder? Then set ye sails for Pirates Bay in Nusa Dua Bali.
Enjoy a peaceful cruise with Port of Sale Heritage Cruises to the historic Swing Bridge aboard the Rubeena.
The oldest surviving Swing Bridge in Australia is only 4.5 km from the Port of Sale and makes a great picnic spot with a slice of Australian history.
Goa Gajah isn’t just the famous Elephant Cave, there are ceremonial spaces, stone carvings and a pool featuring statues of Hindu angels. The site is surrounded by lush greenery and rice fields.
Tips on passport safety when travelling and what you might need for a replacement.
Quick guide to applying for a Vietnam Visa via post in Australia.
Have you ever been inside an old water tower? The Water Tower in Sale was built in 1888 and used for 82 years to supply 3,000 residents.
Petersons Lookout has gorgeous views over the Tyers River Gorge and the Moondarra Tyers Park with multiple viewing platforms.
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