Australia

If you're hoping to see some wombats on your trip to Australia, we know the perfect place. Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary near Canberra (and a day trip from Sydney) lets you feed baby wombats, cuddle baby wombats and play with bigger wombats you normally could never meet. Here's how to book in.

Love Wombats? You Have to See Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary

Australia has some amazing animals, but my favourite has to be wombats. From the day I first read the book Diary of A Wombat I became obsessed. Their bucky-toothed faces, fat cuddly bottoms, those feet. The day I read about Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary near Canberra – a place where…
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There's a lot of easy day trips you can take from the city of Adelaide in South Australia. Here's 12 easy day trips to try. #adelaide #daytripsfromadelaide #thingstodoinadelaide

12 Fun Day Trips From Adelaide

Looking for day trips or short trips from Adelaide in South Australia? There’s heaps. From a feat of engineering with a secret (that you won’t believe until you try it) to a tiny German town in the middle of the Australian countryside, we whizzed about by tram, car and bus…
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Planning a trip to Adelaide, South Australia. We've come up with 17 fun and unusual things to eat, see or do in the city. If you like street art, spooky sights - and cake - you;'ll want to check out this list. #thingstodoinadelaide #adelaide #thingstoseeinadelaide

17 Unusual Things To Do In Adelaide

Adelaide is known as the city of churches – but there aren’t any of those in this article. There are however 17 other quirky, fun and unusual things to do in Adelaide that you might want to try. Hire a BBQ Buoy These floating round boats are available to hire…
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If you're looking for an easy way to visit the wineries at McClaren Valei n South Australia, try the Trailhopper hop on, hop off bus. Click the post to discover all the details including which wineries it visits, how many you can see and what it costs. #mclarenvale #southaustralia #wineries

Trailhopper: The Easy McLaren Vale Wine Tour

One of the big problems when visiting wineries in Australia is that they tend to be found in gorgeous rolling countryside (aka the middle of nowhere) which means either you have to stay overnight (pricey), someone has to drive and not drink (irritating for them) or you get stuck on…
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The d'Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale near Adelaide is one of the area's quirkiest wineries. If you're looking for a great day out near Adelaide it's a good choice. Here's what's inside the d'Arenberg Cube and all the facts you need to visit. #d'Arenbergcube #mclarenvale #wineries

What’s Inside The d’Arenberg Cube?

The d’Arenberg Cube is probably the most controversial addition to the landscape of Adelaide’s McLaren Vale wine region – ever. A five-storey black and white cube that stands Transformer-like above the genteel fields of sprawling low vines that surround it, you can see it for miles. But while the outside…
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Looking for a great walk in Sydney? The Glebe Foreshore Walk is a 2km walk along Sydney's beautiful Blackwattle Bay - and there's some fun quirky things to spot en route. Like Sze Yup Temple. Click on the post to see what else you'll find on this famous Sydney Walk. #walksinsydney #glebe #szeyuptemple

Glebe Foreshore Walk, Sydney: 10 Quirky Sights Not To Miss

The Glebe Foreshore Walk is a 2km paved path that runs from Rozelle Bay in Sydney’s West round, past the waters of Blackwattle Bay to Pyrmont close to the city. It’s one of Sydney’s best walks and every day it teams with walkers, runners, cyclists and happy dogs. But it’s…
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Looking for an unusual thing to do in Adelaide? Why not visit The Big Rocking Horse. It's one of the many Big Things in Australia. You'll also find kangaroos to pet. It's a great day out in Adelaide. #adelaide #bigthingsinaustralia #thebigrockinghorse

Cute Roos, Great Views: The Big Rocking Horse, Adelaide

Just outside of Adelaide, South Australia in a town called Gumeracha stands The Big Rocking Horse, Adelaide. It’s officially The Biggest Rocking Horse in the World, was voted the No1 Big Aussie Icon by Wotif – and, guess what…you can climb it. But scaling the BRH isn’t the only thing…
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