Time to ramp up the visitors

we should be targeting the Luxembourgers to convince them to come and visit Australia to spend their hard-earned Euros . . . → Read More: Time to ramp up the visitors

Australia Day the Australian Way

Australia Day is all about having fun and Australians are expert at enjoying themselves . . . → Read More: Australia Day the Australian Way

Riding the Rails on the Indian Pacific

The real reason to ride the Indian Pacific is because of the experience, and to realise just how big a country Australia really is . . . → Read More: Riding the Rails on the Indian Pacific

Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail Western Australia

Wines have been produced in the Swan Valley for about 175 years. The vines prosper thanks to the quality of the soil and the excellent Mediterranean-type climate . . . → Read More: Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail Western Australia

Cruising on the ship of the desert

For many people camels are associated with the Sahara Desert, or they conjure up the image of Lawrence of Arabia being bounced over hot sands on his trusty beast. However, it’s a little known fact that Australia has the largest population of wild camels in the world. Although the camel is not native to Australia, camels were considered the best form of transport across the wide Australian deserts, so were imported in the 1800s to help develop the country. Beltana Station is run by Russell and Ros Osborne, both of whom have a fascination for camels. They have spent a number of years researching camels and studying their behavioural patterns, feeding habits, temperament and the best ways to handle them. . . . → Read More: Cruising on the ship of the desert