There are so many things to do on Australia day - from Throwing a thong to feeding a Koala! We've put together some of the best things to do for you, your friends & family this Australia Day!
Nobody knows why we throw thongs - competitively or otherwise. We can infer that because a thong is a very different thing in almost the entire world other than Australia, that it originated with us, and such is the
The beauty of cricket is that almost anyone can throw and catch a ball, and most people can swing a lump of wood around - which means beach cricket is a game for everyone & anyone!The trick with setting up a game of
The world heritage listed Hyde Park Barracks opened in 1819 to house convict men and boys working in government gangs. In three decades close to 50,000 convicts were housed here. After this time the building was used as
The Fortune of war at the Rocks in Sydney was originally built in 1828 by former convict Samuel Terry. Samuel Terry arrived in Australia in 1800 after being convicted of the theft of 400 stockings and sentenced to
Why not take in the iconic view of Sydney Harbour with the best vantage point … on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney Bridge Climb has three options available which includes the BridgeClimb, BridgeClimb Express
From April to July head to Ningaloo Reef, one of the world greatest fringing coral reefs and get up close and personal with the world’s biggest fish, the whale shark (we promise they are gentle). They are daily
Really close to central station, Prince Alfred Pool is a fully-heated outdoor pool, featuring a huge green roof with over 30,000 plants - hiding the venue from the main street.The pool hosts swimming lessons, and there
These seats on Sydney's North Shore foreshore walk make for a spectacular sunset viewing. To get there either walk around the foreshore walk to mccallum pool or drive/catch the bus down milson road to about number 30
Along Sydney's north shore foreshore walk (from Mosman to cremorne point) is local's favourite watering hole; McCallum pool. It's a 25m saltwater pool running alongside the Harbour with amazing views of Sydney to
Take a cruise on your bike along the coastal trail from Altona to Williamstown. The trail runs along the esplanade at Altona Beach and continues to wind through wetlands before reaching Williamstown. Get your legs
Want to get your heart racing?? Swim with a crocodile will get it racing! Only in the top end can you experience this once in a lifetime experience... Come face to face with one of the worlds deadliest salt water
Enjoy the beautiful gardens in Ararat, view the Asian Garden, Glass house and other finely looked after gardens and enjoy the pleasant lake surroundings. The gardens are a great place to picnic , or to allow the kids
Just near the bridge to Granite Island you will see the camels on the beach. Take a ride along the foreshores of the harbour a fabulous way to see a little more of Victor Harbor.
This place is a hit for families during summer. Really cool water slides and over the last few years they have really added a lot more rides.It's a fun day out for all ages. The food is actually pretty expensive there so
So beautiful here and a really nice place to get away from everything and enjoy some nature. So many different walks you can do and it's so tranquil and peaceful...highly recommended!The Gold Coast hinterland is a must
Coogee beach is one of Sydney's biggest open ocean beaches. Lined with parkland, and adjoining pubs, restaurants, accommodation & cafes. Plan your day to start & finish with a swim - there's plenty to do in between!
The 2017 season is over, Open Air cinema is kicking off again in December this year.The ST George open air cinema features the latest release movies during the summer months in Sydney. The cinema is at Lady Macquarie’s
While you are touring the wineries of the Swan Valley, take slight detour to Caversham Park. Here you can see loads of Australian wildlife and fauna. In the Wombats & Friends shed at 11.00am you can even hold a Black
What’s even better than visiting the Kangaroo’s at Perth Zoo? Feeding the Kangaroos at Caversham Park. Located a 45 minute drive from Perth, Caversham Park is one of the only places in Australia where you can feed