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Is the grass always greener on the other side of the fence? Peek over the pickets and find out. This vast country is affluent, multicultural and laced with natural splendour.Why I Love Au...
The most iconic sight and enduring image for most visitors to the Great Ocean Road, the Twelve Apostles provide a fitting climax to the journey. Jutting out from the ocean in spectacular fashion, these rocky stacks stand like they've been abandoned to the ocean by the retreating headland. Toda...
The name of the Twelve Apostles is said to have been coined by British governor Sir Rufane Donkin in 1820. However, there are well over 12 buttresses on the sea-facing side of Table Mountain, and none is individually named...
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...refuge here on trading voyages between Tasmania and Port Fairy. It’s a friendly spot with some great budget-accommodation options, which make for an ideal spot to debrief after visiting the Twelve Apostles. Its tiny bay has a lovely sandy beach, one of few safe places for swimming along this tempestuous stretch of coast.
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...re on a protected grassy area between the dunes and the rolling hills; book ahead. Pebble Point is an upmarket alternative with luxury tents overlooking a valley, and a short drive from the Twelve Apostles.
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