Aussie Outback Rodeo

Rodeo is apart of the fabric that makes up the tight-knit communities in Australia’s outback. These images are from a rodeo held in Charters Towers, once a busy mining town founded in the 1870s now a small town with rodeo and country music at its core.


Magnetic Island, Australia’s East Coast

Come visit beautiful Magnetic Island: this is a Great place to Holiday all year round.

Magnetic Island was named by Capt. James Cook in 1770 when he sailed up Australia’s east coast, he stated that the Island had a strange magnetic effect on his compass. However, investigations have since been carried out and there has been no evidence of any magnetic effects on instruments on or around the Island.

What has been proven: Is the Island is Great if you like water sports, scuba-diving, snorkelling, whale watching or fishing.  If you prefer a more laid back on the beach relaxing time, the Island is perfect for you also.


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The National Zoo & Aquarium

While in Canberra, a wonderful experience for young and old is the National Zoo and Aquarium. This zoo has a fantastic array of animals with the option of close encounters. There is a restaurant that is open in the evening which is great for viewing nocturnal creatures and for those who wish to experience an overnight safari, there are cabins available. The National Zoo can be found at  999 Lady Denman Dr, Yarralumla A.C.T



Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania is one of the most picturesque places to see, rich in convict and colonial history with a combination of green rolling hills and stunning natural beauty. Throughout  Tasmania, there are fabulous orchards and vineyards. The eastern coast is beautiful with a 7mile beach that is remarkable to visit, as are the gorge walks from the center of Launceston. After visiting the historical Port Author where the realities of the Convicts’ lives are displayed,  view Tasman’s arch on the southern coast as it truly breathtaking.

Circular Quays, Sydney Harbour

Circular Quays is a great place to come, the romantic backdrop of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on one side and the Sydney Opera House on the other, this is a popular place with various restaurants and entertainment. The variety of shows at the iconic Sydney Opera House will satisfy all tastes and for those with families, a short ferry ride can take you to the Sydney Zoo and Luna Park.



Bondi Beach, Sydney


Australia’s most iconic beachfront renowned for all things Fun in the Sun and Surf and only 7km from Sydney CBD.

The heritage-listed beach with beautiful views of rocky headlands makes the scenery mesmerizing.  After taking in the gorgeous atmosphere while lying on the soft white sand the refreshing blue sea is fantastic for swimming and surfing.

There is always fun to be had at Bondi: whether you’re looking for a relaxing time beachside, exciting nightlife, or to meet the locals and have a nice meal you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for.

Come and see why this is such a great spot there is accommodation and public transport available.  This hot spot holds lots of events: Surf Sports Competitions, City to Surf Race, Sculptures by the Sea, Flicker Fest (short film festival) and General Pants Bowl-A-Rama to name but a few.  Come and experience this beautiful way of life.