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Park Hyatt Australia
December 17, 2021

Park Hyatt Australia

Everything you need to know about the Hyatt brand in Australia. From the team at Australian Traveller magazine. There are 7 Hyatt Hotels in Australia. The best Hyatt are hotels are referred to as “Park Hyatt”, and the two Park Hyatts in Australia are in Melbourne and Sydney. Jyatt Canberra bills itself as “by Park Hyatt”, which means for all intents and purposes…

Kangaroo Park Australia
December 5, 2021

Kangaroo Park Australia

Red Kangaroos are social animals and move around in groups or mobs , which generally include one dominant male, a few adult females, and several juvenile males and females. Mobs will move where food is available but adults will typically return to a home range. Males will fight for dominance in a mob, with the loser left to find another mob or remain subordinate…

Park Furniture Australia
November 17, 2021

Park Furniture Australia

Town & Park Furniture was founded in 1988 by Bruce Mackenzie, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. Bruce served on the Council of the AILA for nine years and chaired the Environment Committee for three years, assisting with the development of the Institute s Environment Policies. Bruce was instrumental in the design and production…

Stanwell Park, Australia
November 2, 2021

Stanwell Park, Australia

Beach erosion is often associated with sea-level rise, sediment depletion or variation in wave conditions; however above-normal rainfall can cause beach retreat by increasing water-table elevation on the foreshore. On Stanwell Park beach, New South Wales, Australia annual rainfall accounts for 12.4% of the variance in the long-term, high-ride position measured…

Park Hyatt Melbourne, Australia
September 24, 2021

Park Hyatt Melbourne, Australia

Park Hyatt Melbourne is distinctive in location, design and interior and offers uncompromising attention to detail and superior personalised service. Set amidst century old elm trees, Park Hyatt Melbourne is a private haven in the middle of a cosmopolitan city. The oversized guestrooms and suites are designed to offer absolute luxury with some featuring spas…

RV Parks Australia
July 11, 2021

RV Parks Australia

John Purnell, 75, and his wife Patricia, 72, moved into a factory-built house in a converted caravan park west of Sydney this year, eschewing traditional retirement communities and other homes in the area. Retirement villages are quite expensive,said Patricia, a former payroll clerk at a seniors facility, as she sat in the couple s $254, , 160-square-metre air-conditioned…

Wildlife Parks in Australia
July 2, 2021

Wildlife Parks in Australia

New Holland Cassowary (now called emu - Dromaius novaehollandiae ) by Sarah Stone, watercolour, c. 1790. Image courtesy of the State Library of New South Wales. Since Captain Cook s exploration of the east coast of Australia in 1770, with the botanist Joseph Banks, Europeans have been fascinated by the strange flora and fauna of Australia. However, the first…

Reptile Park Australian
May 9, 2021

Reptile Park Australian

The Australian Reptile Park provides the perfect family day adventure. Now one of Australia’s must see attractions, the park has a variety of fascinating species, wildlife shows and animal interactions. Located at Somersby on the NSW Central Coast, the park gives visitors opportunities to see spiders, crocodiles, snakes, pythons, koalas, wombats and other Australian…

Best National Parks in Australia
April 24, 2021

Best National Parks in Australia

Port Campbell National Park is the place to go if you’re looking for awesome scenery that combines the ocean with spectacular rock formations. These stunning limestone rock formations were formed by wave action of the Southern Ocean, and have such names as the Twelve Apostles, Loch and Gorge, and London Bridge. The park also is a good place to learn about old…

Australia Parks
April 21, 2021

Australia Parks

Blue Lake, Kosciuszko National Park. Photograph by John Baker. Image courtesy of the Department of the Environment. Australia has over 500 national parks. Over 28 million hectares of land is designated as national parkland, accounting for almost four per cent of Australia s land areas. In addition, a further six per cent of Australia is protected and includes…

Elder Park Australia Day
March 16, 2021

Elder Park Australia Day

Join us for the spectacular Australia Day Fireworks! Following the Australia Day Concert in Elder Park, find a spot along the beautiful Torrens to watch the amazing fireworks spectacle. Australia Day in the City will see fireworks launched from Pinky Flat and the River Torrens. Best vantage spots for watching the fireworks: Elder Park On the grass in front of…

Kings Canyon National Park Australia
February 11, 2021

Kings Canyon National Park Australia

Watarrka National Park includes the western end of the George Gill Range. This scenic landscape of rugged ranges, rockholes and gorges acts as a refuge for many plants and animals. Kings Canyon is a highlight for visitors to Central Australia. The ancient red canyon walls soar 100m above Kings Creek to a plateau of rocky domes. The sheltered creek environments…

Dog friendly Caravan Parks Australia
January 14, 2021

Dog friendly Caravan Parks Australia

Find pet friendly and dog friendly accommodation in Australia. Dog friendly caravan parks & holiday parks. Caravan parks are ideal if you re taking your dog on holiday with you. Whether you re driving a vehicle, towing a van, travelling in a motorhome, or you re just looking for somewhere to pitch a tent, most parks will be able to accommodate you. You…

Rose Park Australia
January 8, 2021

Rose Park Australia

Rose Park is a well established, high performing inner suburban primary school offering the IBPYP. Opened in 1893, with a number of heritage buildings and our new double story i-centre and classroom complex, the school houses some 550 students from Reception to year 7. Main features of our school include the extensive instrumental music program where 85% of our…

Madison Park Bedding Australia
November 27, 2020

Madison Park Bedding Australia

Sophisticated and contemporary, Madison Park bedding sets feature a unique design aesthetic. A recent newcomer to the home decor market this luxe brand combines modern styling with traditional influences and motifs to create on of a kind bed sets - that are ideal for many of today’s more modern homes and lofts. From the bold oversized floral print of the Lola…

Mill Park, Australia
November 15, 2020

Mill Park, Australia

Victoria police say two men have drowned while swimming at the lake on Redleap Reserve at Mill Park in Melbourne. Photograph: Nigel Killeen/Getty Images Bodies of teenager and man in his 30s, who police say were affected by alcohol, retrieved from lake on Redleap Reserve The men – one aged 19 and the other in his 30s – quickly got into trouble in the lake on…

Australia, Karijini National Park
October 13, 2020

Australia, Karijini National Park

Covering 627, 422 hectares just north of the Tropic of Capricorn in the Hamersley Range, Karijini National Park is Western Australia’s second largest park. Its climate can best be described as tropical semi-desert. A highly variable, mainly summer rainfall of 250–350 mm, often associated with thunderstorms and cyclones, is accompanied by temperatures frequently…

Cascades National Park Australia
September 25, 2020

Cascades National Park Australia

The Cascade Range, in many stretches of its span, receives significant visitation, but here in the northern reaches lies the largest wilderness in the state of Washington. Here gray wolves and grizzly bears still roam, and human encroachment is limited. The North Cascades National Park Service Complex is at the heart of this region. Note the name; this is not…

Best water Parks in Australia
September 4, 2020

Best water Parks in Australia

Have fun while keeping cool at these impressive, quirky and adventurous water parks, writes Karla Courtney. Fun factor The rides at Aquaventure Waterpark at Dubai’s Atlantis, The Palm are so immersive, they include sliding into a shark-filled lagoon – in a safe, clear enclosure, of course! Walt Disney World’s Typhoon Lagoon in Orlando has one of the world’s largest…

Amusement Parks in Australia
July 18, 2020

Amusement Parks in Australia

Emergency services personnel are seen at the Thunder River Rapids ride at Dreamworld south of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, on Tuesday. Four people died after a malfunction caused two people to be ejected from their raft, while two others were caught inside the ride at the popular Gold Coast theme park. Dan Peled/AP hide caption toggle caption Dan Peled/AP…

Carss Park Australia Day
June 6, 2020

Carss Park Australia Day

A recent graduate of Creative Writing, Melanie enjoys shopping for vintage goods and exploring new places. The impressive 9 pm fireworks display Every year on January the 26th, Australians join together to celebrate the day the First Fleet arrived at Sydney Cove. One of the best ways to celebrate Australia Day on January the 26th is to head to Carss Bush Park…

Featherdale Wildlife Park Australia
May 13, 2020

Featherdale Wildlife Park Australia

Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to one of Australia s most comprehensive collections of native wildlife. Have a personal encounter with a Koala and hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies. Located at Doonside, en route to the famous Blue Mountains, Featherdale is Sydney s hands on wildlife experience. From the initial greeting by the swaggie at the entrance to…

National Parks in Australia List
April 16, 2020

National Parks in Australia List

The spectacular and distinctive Australian Alps contain landforms created by glaciers, remarkable fish fossils and unique cold climate plants and animals. The Alps have a strong association with Australia s pioneering history, while the snowfields and national parks have long been popular recreation areas. The Australian Alps, made up of 11 national parks and…

Pinnacles National Park Australia
February 28, 2020

Pinnacles National Park Australia

Watch wild emus, galahs and other wildlife stalking through the spires and see the landscape lit in spectacular sunset colours from the lookout point. Visit the interpretive discovery centre to learn how the Pinnacles evolved and about the region s biodiversity. The park is also fringed by secluded, white beaches great for swimming, snorkelling and surfing. Go…

Eden Park Australia
February 16, 2020

Eden Park Australia

Follow full live coverage of the fourth edition of the NRL Auckland Nines from Eden Park. Flying Eel: Semi Radradra. Photo: Getty Images Good night! Has Fairfax ever done a blog that goes for eight and a half hours with just one person? They have now - and I think tomorrow is longer. Hey, it was fun. Hopefully there will be time to do a Set of Six for Monday…

Megan Park Australia
December 3, 2019

Megan Park Australia

“I remember walking out of the Vogue offices in London with my first collection and going into a red phone box to call Liberty, telling them I was being featured in the magazine. Within two weeks, I’d sold to my wish list of stores - Barney’s New York, Neiman Marcus, Harvey Nichols, Joyce Hong Kong and Liberty, ” she recalls. Since returning to Australia to its…

Australia Warner Bros. theme Park
November 3, 2019

Australia Warner Bros. theme Park

Village Roadshow is Australia s largest theme park operator providing some of the most thrilling entertainment, rides and slides available anywhere in the world. Village Roadshow Theme Parks (VRTP), a wholly-owned division of Village Roadshow, has its headquarters on the Gold Coast, Australia s holiday playground, where it operates Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea…

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