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  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2020-01-22

40% Off! Melbourne Legoland Discovery Centre Entry Ticket

Have a fun-filled day and visit Australia’s first Legoland Discovery Centre Check out over 2 million Lego bricks in the park, and perhaps build a Lego building of your own Discover all of Melbourne’s top attractions made from Lego in Miniland Learn a thing or two about building your own Lego tower from the Master

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2020-01-21

10% Off! Kuranda Scenic Railway Heritage Class Admission

Explore the landscape, beauty and history of the Tropical North Queensland on a scenic train ride Travel past the Macalister Range and stop for photos at the spectacular Barron Falls Ride in the train’s authentic red wood carriage and learn about your surroundings through audio commentary A perfect outing for the whole family, this ride

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2020-01-21

10% Off! Kur Cow Pasture Experience in Cairns

Visit the eco-tourism project of Kur Cow, particularly its cattle grazing farm venture Enjoy a variety of farm activities such as watching the cattle, as well as horse riding or ATV rides Exprience having fun out in the wide open pastures, enjoying cowboy life in Aussie style It’s the perfect day out for a family

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2020-01-04

Good Value or Ferry, Ferry, Expensive?

    Kangaroo Island locals tout their ferry as “the most expensive in the world”, and while this might be a stretch, it’s by far the most expensive we have encountered. So we set out to discover just whether the price was worth it. Having undertaken three voyages in the same Toyota LandCruiser 200 and

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2019-12-01

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, A Must-See Place If You Have Kids and You Are in Melbourne

Come and experience LEGOLAND Discovery Centre located in Australia’s leading shopping centre, Chadstone – The Fashion Capital, where families with children aged 3 to 10 can enjoy a world of creativity, color and fun in the ultimate indoor LEGOLAND playground. Features include global and local landmarks made from over a million LEGO bricks in MINILAND

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2019-11-04

Travelling Around Australia – The Greyhound Route Map & Guide

The Greyhound Bus service is one of the most popular ways to travel along the East Coast of Australia – transporting thousands of backpackers between Sydney and Cairns each year and helping them enjoy everything this slice of Australia has to offer. But where does the Greyhound stop and what makes it one of the

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2019-10-09

“Kaws: Companionship in the Age of Loneliness” is currently showing in NGV until Apr, 2020, would you like to have a look?

About KAWS Even if you don’t know his name, you’re almost certainly familiar with Brian Donnelly’s (aka Kaws) larger-than-life sculptures and paintings. Kaws take icons from cartoons and pop culture and reimagines them in vulnerable and unexpected situations. His signature? Their hands are marked with sharp crosses. Brian Donnelly (born 1974), aka KAWS, is one of

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2019-09-09

Heat Wave is Coming! Top 5 Ocean Pools to Escape in Sydney

According to the weather forecast, there will be another wave of temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius approaching Sydney next week! In such a hot summer, in addition to staying at home blowing air-conditioning, a trip to the sea to cool down yourself is also a great choice. Today I am here to share Sydney`s top

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2019-08-27

How to Travel East Coast Australia on a Budget

So you want to travel the East Coast of Australia? Well, I hope you’ve prepared your liver and are ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Now comes the tricky bit… planning and budgeting for your trip – there’s just not enough information out there about how long your trip will take or how much

  • Posted by: Jasmin
  • 2019-08-21

How To Improve Your Cycling Performance And Fitness

Bike riding is healthy, fun, and the best way to sustain the city. Riding a two wheel bike in the streets of Sydney saves money and time. More and more Sydneysiders use bikes as means of transport. Sydney city has been on the support of this trend through the installation of a 200km bike network.