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Great Ocean Road Tour Part II

After a heavy lunch at Apollo Bay Hotel, it was time to walk off those calories at Maits Rest Rainforest Trail, located 15 min west of Apollo Bay on the Great Ocean Road. 1,089 more words

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Great Ocean Road Tour Part I

The Great Ocean Road is an important tourist attraction in Victoria, Australia. It isĀ an Australian National Heritage listed 243 km stretch of road along the southeastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. 1,024 more words


St Kilda, Melbourne

St Kilda is a suburb of Melbourne, located 6 km southeast of Melbourne’s city centre. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip. St Kilda’s population as at 2011 census was 17,795. 933 more words


Port Arthur Day Tour Part III (Final)

By the time we arrived at Port Arthur Historic Site, it was around 12.30pm. James, our tour guide, gave us our entry pass and map, and provided some information on the main highlights of the site. 1,570 more words

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Port Arthur Day Tour Part II: Tasman National Park

After a quick tour of Richmond, we continued our journey to Tasman National Park, via Dunalley, a small fishing village on the east coast of Tasmania. 572 more words

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Full Day Bruny Island Tour Part II

The 3-hour Bruny Island Cruise took us through the eastern coastline of South Bruny Island – a round-trip from Captain Cook’s Landing Place in Adventure Bay to Penguin Island, Fluted Cape, Cape Connella, Mangana Bluff, Boreel Head, The Friars, Bridge Rock, Arched Island and Haulage Bay. 644 more words


Full Day Bruny Island Tour Part I

Bruny Island is an island off the southeastern coast of Tasmania, close to the state’s capital of Hobart. It was the possibility of seeing the wild whales around the island during whale migration (May to July and September to December) that prompted me to find out more about a cruise tour on the island as 1 of the day trips from Hobart. 682 more words