Welcome everyone and a special thanks to all new subscribers.
I hope you had an excellent Christmas and I wish you a Happy and Wonderful New Year.
The summer holidays here, hopefully there will be plenty of warm and hot sunny days you can enjoy where ever you are.
If you are going to the beach please take care and only swim where it is safe to do so, preferably between the flags. Australia's Surf Lifesaving Clubs Do an extroadinary job of helping us to keep safe every summer.
Also remember to slip on a shirt, slop on the sunscreen and slap on a hat so you don't get sunburnt when you are having fun in Australia's Great Outdoors.
Safe travelling also, take your time getting to your destination, there is no hurry.
Happy travelling everyone.
Below I have included a new road trip, a free travel resource, a travel Australia book.
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Road Trip - Great Sunshine Way
The 'Great Sunshine way' road trip is a self drive tour from Gold Coast – Brisbane – Noosa – Fraser Island – Bundaberg in Queensland.
This trip includes destinations and attractions like the thrilling theme parks, the hinterland of the Gold Coast, Noosa’s Hastings Street, Noosa National Park, Hervey Bay and the Great Barrier Reef just to name a few.
Whale watching in Queensland
Free Australia Travel EGuides to Download
These travel Australia eguides are free to view and dowload in PDF format. There is one for Australia, the cities and the main regions.
Region - Eastern Kimberley
Continuing our road trip we are driving from Darwin to the Kimberley. So we drive south down the Stuart Highway to Katherine the west to Kununurra. From Kununurra you can travel to Purnululu National Park which is home to the Bungle Bungles, El Questro the million acre station and the huge Lake Argyle.
For much more information visit these websites below.
Explore Australia 2012
'Explore Australia 2012' is an excellent value travel guide and map and is an invaluable travel planner for anyone preparing for an extended holiday in Australia. Over 700 towns are included in detail, all the capital cities and over 70 holiday destinations and so much more.
Explore Australia 2012
Free postage in Australia.
Great view of Sydney's coastline
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I will catch up with you soon with the next edition of the Travel 'Awesome' Australia Newsletter in late January.
Cheers and Happy Travelling Amazing Australia
PS - Below is a link to back issues, you are welcome to read the previous newsletters. If you receive your copy in text format, you will find reading it in HTML is easier and has an improved layout.
If you missed the free 'Discount Travel Cards' Ebook on the first Newsletter, open the first newsletter from the back issues page and download your free ebook.
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