25 Aug
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Best Snorkelling Sites In Queensland

The thing that attracts many people to snorkelling is the fact that you don’t need a dive certificate or any heavy equipment to experience the immense beauty that lies just below the ocean’s surface. You just need to grab some fins, and mask and snorkel and off you go. The feeling of gliding through the warm, clear water and getting up close and personal with some amazing sea life is truly breathtaking. Here in Queensland we are especially privileged to be home to some of the most spectacular snorkeling sites in the world. Below we will share with you what

17 Aug
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Best Beaches In Cairns and The Tropical North

When you think of Cairns and the tropical North you instantly picture beautiful pristine beaches with soft white sand, calm clear blue waters and lush palm trees. Well that’s exactly what you get when you visit the beaches of Cairns and the Tropical North and there are plenty to choose from. However, some beaches stand out from the rest, so in this article we will take a look at the following beaches that we believe to be best beaches in Cairns and the Tropical North: Trinity Beach Palm Cove Ellis Beach Nudey Beach, Fitzroy Island Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas

31 Jul
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Cairns Vs Port Douglas: What to See and Do and Where

Tropical North Queensland is Australia’s very own piece of paradise and a popular destination for holidaymakers and travellers from all over the world. For people planning an Australian tropical getaway often one of the hardest decisions is where…Cairns or Port Douglas? Both are beautiful holiday destinations and it all comes down to what type of experience you are looking for and what is important to you when travelling. The great thing about Cairns and Port Douglas is that just because you visit one, doesn’t mean you can’t visit the other. It’s very possible to Cairns and Port Douglas on one

31 Jul
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Where To See Turtles In Australia

Sea turtles have existed in the world’s oceans for more than 150 million years, first appearing during the age of the dinosaurs. These majestic and awe-inspiring animals are often referred to as “the ancient mariners of the sea” and having the opportunity to get up close and personal with a turtle is a breathtaking experience and one you will never forget. Australia is lucky enough to be home to six out of the seven species of sea turtles in the world: Green Turtle Loggerhead Turtle Hawksbill Turtle Flatback Turtle Olive Ridley Turtle Leatherback Turtle They can be found in the