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Come and say G'Day
is not just an expression to the Australians, or "Aussies"
as they even call themselves. It's a real part of the welcome
you'll feel as you travel throughout Australia.
Another popular expression
is "no worries, mate." They mean every bit of that too.
Traveling in Australia is pretty much a "no worries" proposition,
as Aussies consider you a "mate," a buddy or friend.
Australia welcomes you to visit its many regions. Try the cosmopolitan
yet friendly city of Sydney. The “Harbour” is not to
be missed! Hunter Valley Wineries, seaside escapes. Cairns with
its access to rainforests, aboriginal culture, the tablelands,
and the Great Barrier Reef. Darwin, gateway Kakadu National Park
of Crocodile Dundee fame. Alice Springs, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kings
Canyon in the glorious Red Center.
Coober Pedy with its underground houses and opal mines. Adelaide
and Kangaroo Island, a treat for the animal lovers. Melbourne, the
pride of Victoria, city of churches and the arts. Perth and Fremantle,
home for a time to the America’s Cup. Broome and the Kimberley.
Virtually unexplored by tourists! It’s as large as the US
so you may not see it all the first time. A perfect excuse to come
back again and say G’Day!
I have been to Australia time after time and still find new
exciting things to see and do, from Sydney to Perth, Melbourne
to Tasmania, Adelaide and Kangaroo Island to Darwin, Ayers Rock
to Cairns. Let’s plan a trip!
There are many reputable
tour operators to this area of the world. Some of my favorites are
Qantas Vacations and Springboard Vacations for Cool Capers
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Who is the new kid on the block? Orion Expedition Cruises!
A luxury small ship of only 50 cabins, catering to your every need
while providing the most exquisite touring of the Kimberley region
of Western Australia--the way the Outback used to be: beautiful
I've just returned from
back to back cruises. Western Australia and the Northern Territories.
Beauty and serenity. Luxury combined with the experiences
of a lifetime.
a little more adventurous? Combine the overland train trip
from "We of the Never Never" ( Adelaide to Darwin
on the Ghan) with additonal days with world renown guide Mike Keighley.
Call for information. 2008 departures limited to 20 participants.
Want even a little more rough and tumble? How about a segment
on the Great Australian Cattle Drive? It's late May
to early June 7 so you've missed it for this year but it is NOT
tooearly o sign up for the next one. Spaces fill quickly.