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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Stay safe when you travel

Some overseas countries have high rates of viral infections such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV. So, this season, if you're planning to...
Seen Mt Coo-tha yet?

Seen Mt Coo-tha yet?

Unbelievable, but you can squeeze it into a day trip to Brisbane Have you had guests from overseas either on work or in transit who...

Aussie blokes in need of ‘reel’ connection

Social media blamed for the friends who got away! Half of all Australian men have felt disconnected or lonely in the past six months and...

Epic tour of Sri Lanka

Relive the story of Rama and SitaKing Dashratha's of Ayodhya had four sons by three different wives—Rama (the oldest), Lakshman and Satrugna (the twins)...

Carry on camping

This month there is some serious information about caravanning and also tenting. My preference these days is actually 5 star accommodation, however that’s only...

Get out, get fired up!

Kurth Kiln is one of the closest bush camping opportunities to urban Melbourne Camping in a National Park is an exciting and sometimes more challenging...

Let’s go camping

There are many ways to camp, and it all depends on the three Ps—how deep your Pockets are, your Personality and the Place Camping is...

Beware All Hallows Eve

If you are superstitious you will, under all circumstances avoid the witching hour of 3 am on 31 October. But if you’re brave of...

Samuel, is that you?

Why are all the mirrors in the Eynesbury Estate covered? The ghost tour reveals all Funny story about that small timber table at Eynesbury Estate—the...

Kookaburras in the Tarra Bulga

Discover the secrets of the forest in this Gippsland National Park Tarra Bulga. Now that sounds like a mouthful—and it congers up all sorts of...
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