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Dangerous Australian Animals

By: Sydney L.

Every country whether popular or just another simple can pose extreme danger through animal encounters. Just like the Land Down Under – Australia that has a collective of faunas posing danger to both its locals and visitors.

Australia is not only famous for kangaroos, but famous for having some of the world’s dangerous animals enlisted in its top ten.

Here are the animals in Australia that top the ten most dangerous:

The Box JellyFish

139050Economic conditions may fluctuate for better or for worse, but there are some things that somehow remain constant. One of these constants in life is the desire — or even the need — to go on a holiday. Saving money for a holiday may be harder to do when the economic goes through tough times, but a little resourcefulness and creativity can take you a long way.

If you have gone on holidays in the past, you should already have a fairly good idea of your spending pattern during such times. For your next holiday, you plan on saving money for it every month. Cutting your expenses on coffee and meals at work by even $25 a week can add up to $1,200 in a 48-week working year.

 

How to Experience Heart Pumping Adventure Travel in Australia

By Graeme Lanham

 

http://www.cairnsrafting.com.au/

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It was one of the most terrifying experiences of my life and half way through this adventure, I wished I had never been stupid enough to try it. Yet at the finish of this adrenaline pumping experience my tortured body was ready to start again. How crazy is that?

Our gut wrenching adventure was trying to tame North Queensland’s mighty Tully River clinging to flimsy inflatable rafts and battling rapids and rocks on our watery journey from the top of the Great Dividing Range down to the coastal plain.

 

Tour Tasmania by Road
By Tracey L Christensen

hobart_map_cityTasmania may be small in size but its overflowing with natural beauty and a rich history. Tasmania’s small size makes it the ideal destination for a road trip and the close proximity of each town means you can spend more time exploring and less time driving.

Day 1 – Devonport

Queenstown – Adventure Capital Of The World

queenstown

By David Johnn Smith

Queenstown is a resort town in the southwest of New Zealand’s South Island.

It was settled in the 1860′s and local folklore has it that the town found its name when a gold miner proclaimed the town to be “fit for a Queen!” Although its founding was based on pastoral sheep farming and later gold mining, its stunning location on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and proximity to The Remarkables meant that from earliest times it was a popular destination for tourism. In fact, one of the earliest buildings (a wool shed) lives on aptly as accommodation, converted to a hotel some 150 years ago.

Going Pee When You Go Hiking – A Hiking Challenge For Women

By Yolanda MacGregor

Image thanks to www.solmountain.com

Image thanks to www.solmountain.com

When you go hiking, it is important to keep yourself hydrated. The amount of liquid you perspire, and keeping a steady pace requires a drinking a lot of water. Staying hydrated also helps you keep a better breathing rhythm. There is one downside to all this hydration however, and that is that you will eventually need to pee. For guys this is not usually an issue, but for girls, finding a place to urinate is a huge challenge.

It Disappears Into Clouds -

 

By Graeme Lanham

dalebitreeClimbing the north face of the Eiger has always been a challenge for experienced mountaineers. If you are looking for a similar gut wrenching challenge in Australia, look no further than the South West corner of Australia.

Only it’s not a mountain, it’s a tree. A frightening monster, one of the tallest in Australia with a summit sometimes disappearing into the clouds. Even on a clear day, those on the platform at the top disappear from view.

The rewards and the fears.

 

 

A tourist will never run out of places to see and things to do while at Margaret River. Wineries can be first in the list so you can savour the finest Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay in the country. Margaret River has also become famous for the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park, Ngilgi Cave, Busselton Historical Museum, Jetty Experience, and Underwater Observatory.

Contos-Beach-Margaret-River

The other renowned destinations include the following:

Cave Works Interpretive Centre

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