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"Drone photography in Australia: what you need to know" article image
Drone photography in Australia: what you need to know
Drones have opened up a whole world of textures, compositions and jaw-dropping new perspectives on travel photography. And Australia, with its unique landscapes, is a great place to get above it all. From the red-dirt horizons in the Outback to the delicate lacework of the Great Barrier Reef visible below aquamarine waters, there are rich opportunities to capture some stunning photographs if you bring your drone down under. Having said that, there are a few drone moans, especially from locals. While it is perfectly legal to capture film and photos with a drone, you must abide by the rules – drone photography is highly regulated in Australia.
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How to do a car-free day trip from Melbourne
Melbourne may love its trams, but did you know its excellent public transport system also allows travellers to take excursions into neighbouring regions of Victoria on a budget? Natural forests, quaint towns and the seaside are all within easy reach of the city, and taking the train means you can slow down, enjoy the scenery (or even a craft beer) without the stress of driving or being stuck on a tour timetable. Pack your Myki card and pick your own car-free day trip from Melbourne.
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Bountiful Bruny Island: Southern Tasmania's foodie paradise
A remote speckle of land at the bottom of the earth, Bruny Island is famed for its natural beauty, boasting a bush-meets-sea terrain to­ fulfil all types of outdoor adventurers. This southernmost part of Australia is also home to some of the best produce in the country. Tasmanian produce is much celebrated in the country, and Bruny Island, though petite in relation to Tasmania’s mainland (let alone Australia’s), is a paradise for food and drink.
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