8 Free Things To Do in Canberra

Canberra is the capital city of Australia, located between the big city hubs of Sydney to the east and Melbourne to the south. Canberra was chosen to be Australia’s capital in 1908 after a nationwide competition allowed towns and cities…

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How to Spend a Week in Sydney

Sydney is the hub of Australia, nestled on the southeastern coast, and in many ways it reminds me of London. This city is bursting with gems and natural beauty. Sydney is the most populated city in Australia, for good reason.…

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Rose Bay to Watsons Bay

Rose Bay and Watsons Bay are darling little seaside villages with panoramic views of Sydney Harbour and Harbour Bridge. Between the two is an eight km coastal trail passing neighbourhoods, secluded beaches and harbourfront views. Especially worth seeing is the…

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Blue Mountains National Park

The Blue Mountains National Park is approximately two hours west of Sydney by train, a large and beautiful national park protecting the famous Blue Mountains of New South Wales. The Blue Mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site and are…

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Marley Head Hike

Royal National Park is the third oldest national park in the world and first in Australia, established in 1879. It was originally named just National Park but renamed after Queen Elizabeth II traveled through it in 1954. Royal National Park is 151…

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