Tobogganing at Mount Buffalo in Early Spring Sept 2017
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Tobogganing at Mount Buffalo in Early Spring Sept 2017

Welcome to the Great Alpine Australia, where you discover all sorts of fun and activities with your loved ones and friends!┬áThis part of our journey was not in our live-streams, so feel free to watch our video from our blog! As a couple, we are so grateful more than enough that we had so much…

Honesty Box Still in Australia Countryside
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Honesty Box Still in Australia Countryside

What is Honesty Box? Wikipedia defines, “An honesty box is a method of charging for a service such as admission or car parking, or for a product such as home-grown produce and flowers, which relies upon each visitor paying at a box using the honour system. Tickets are not issued and such sites are usually…

Saigon Vietnam Noodle House in Ballarat Review
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Saigon Vietnam Noodle House in Ballarat Review

  If you are in Ballarat and you’re looking for Vietnamese Pho’ dishes, you don’t wanna miss this restaurant! It’s often busy that means a lot of people are attracted to the foods and their excellent service. The only problem here is where to park your car, especially during the day and sometimes at night…

Ballarat Begonia Festival Autumn 2017
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Ballarat Begonia Festival Autumn 2017

Welcome to Ballarat Begonia Festival 2017! One of the Australia’s oldest festivals began in 1953 coincides with the early month of autumn March in the southern hemisphere. The recent years festival features the World’s Largest LEGO Begonia Flower display. The festival is changing designs and plans over the years, but one thing they have for…

What can you do in 28 days travelling around Tasmania?
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What can you do in 28 days travelling around Tasmania?

Our 28 Days Travel Photo Highlights in Tasmania Wilderness What to do in 28 days around Tasmania? Endless. Overwhelm. Too many to browse. If you want to browse first the whole island like us, then we can go travel back one day and narrow it down to a particular place for better immersion. Nature’s calling…

Australia’s Wildlife Kookaburra Special Visits
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Australia’s Wildlife Kookaburra Special Visits

For nature lovers, a nomadic wildlife is everywhere as you travel around Australia. This Kookaburra has stolen the live streaming show while we were barbequing at Victoria Park. It stays for a few moment before the nearby birds’ king and queen Magpies drive it away. It was surprising since other Kookaburra we have seen in…

Ballarat City Christmas Lights 2016 Live Stream Clip
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Ballarat City Christmas Lights 2016 Live Stream Clip

Welcome to Ballarat City Christmas lights 2016! Ballarat has only a few lights but a lot better than nothing centred at the heart of the city or Sturt Street. For someone like us who was used to more flashy Christmas lights especially from some┬áparts of the Philippines; it is silent Christmas to live or visit…

Day-6 Wynyard Town in Tasmania Known For Its Table Cape Tulip Farm
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Day-6 Wynyard Town in Tasmania Known For Its Table Cape Tulip Farm

Where is Wynyard? The north-west coast of Launceston and Hobart. It sandwiches between Devonport and Stanley. If you notice this photo taken from Burnie City earlier in the blog post, you can see a flat table at the background horizon. That’s where the Waratah-Wynyard town and the famous Table Cape lookout, Lighthouse and a tulip…

Day-5 Different Sunsets Set at Burnie City, Tasmania
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Day-5 Different Sunsets Set at Burnie City, Tasmania

What’s all about Burnie City, Tasmania? It’s a beautiful city, and it has a unique attraction of its own besides the port. It’s a driveaway from any of the nearby towns attractive destinations if you consider staying here for few days before driving further the Tassie islands. Burnie was initially called the Emu Bay before…