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The 25th of April -ANZAC Day

05.01.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

ANZAC, which stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, is celebrated on the 25th of April. ANZAC Day is a national public holiday in Australia and New Zealand to honour members of the who fought in Gallipoli, Turkey during World War I. ...

The Island’s and Whitsundays of Tropical North Queensland

04.30.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Tropical North Queensland , has islands full of natural beauty and offer access to the Great Barrier Reef. Voyages Lizard and Bedarra Islands, Double Island and Orpheus Island are exclusive, intimate resorts. On Dunk Island there are gorgeous beaches, a rainforest and variety of activities to keep everyone entertained. Fringing reef surrounds numerous ...

Queensland Locals

04.30.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Queensland has the countrys second largest indigenous population (126,000),focused in Brisbane but with large populations around the north .Indigenous people of many tribes inhabited the area encompassing Queensland for tens of thousands of years before European settlement .By the turn of the 19th century ,the Aborigines who had survived the ****** settlement of Queensland had ...

Visit the Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa

04.26.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Right within the Daintree rainforest, is the world leading award wining resort. Here you will enjoy complete pampering, at the Daintree Spa, while enjoying the sounds of nature and taking in the fresh air. It is located 90 minutes north of Cairns International Airport or 40 minutes north of Port Douglas. In ...

Shoe Store’s In Brisbane

04.24.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

If the sight if a new pair of shoes makes you drool more than a picture of Brad Pit then you are a person after my own heart. People have compared me with the infamous Imelda Marcos for my ever increasing shoe collection but I am still a long way off being a Carrie Bradshaw. ...

Close Encounters of the Australian Kind

04.24.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Right before I moved to Australia with my husband, who is Australian, I watched a television show about the ten most deadly creatures in the world. I looked right at my husband and joked, that, if all ten were from Australia I was not moving. Little did I know I was not far ...

Travel Tips When Visiting Australia

04.23.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

To enter into Australia you will need an Australian tourist visa issued from your own country and entered into a current passport prior to your departure. To apply for visas, you need to contact the Australian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission in your home country although some visas can be issued online. It is important ...

The Islands of Moreton Bay

04.23.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Wedged between the mainland and the bulk of Moretons more famous North Stradbroke Island are many smaller islands dotted across the bay. Moreton Bay Marine Park protects its special inhabitants such as dugong, dolphins and passing whales. These Island delights are so close to Brisbane, some residents commute to the city daily. ...