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What places you go to visit in Australia depends on what you like to see and do, that could be seeing as many of natures wonders as you can, going to all the theme parks, camping in remote places, four wheel driving in every state, seeing all the Big Things, visiting as many cities as you can etc.
Who you are travelling with, your budget, you vehicle and equipment, how long you have to travel are all factors that may decide where you travel to and what you do.
Of course only you can decide what suits you, the options are endless........
Happy travelling everyone.
Below I have included a new road trip, free travel tips, we continue travelling Australia and several travel Australia book suggestions.
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Road Trip - Overlanders Way
The 'Overlanders Way' road trip is a self drive tour from Townsville in Queensland to Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory.
This trip includes destinations and attractions like Charters Towers, Hughenden, Camooweal, Richmond, Julia Creek, Cloncurry, Mount Isa with plenty of other smaller towns and attractions to visit along the way.
Longreach Hall of Fame
Free Australia Saving Money Travel Tips
This list of 101 saving money travel tips could be very useful for travelling in Australia and overseas.
Region - The Pilbara
Continuing our road trip we are driving from the Western Kimberley to the Pilbara region. You can drive from Broome down south along the coast to get to the Pilbara.
The gateway to the Pilbara is karratha, the hottest town in Australia called Marble Bar, Tom Price is a mining town, if you have seen the movie the 'Red Dog' you will the memorial to him at Dampier.
For much more information visit these websites below.
Travel Australia Books
I recommend both these travel Australia books as I have purchased them both and found them to be excellent. Clicking on the link for each will show you the publishers description and the numbers of pages etc. They both have been recently published in 2011 so they are the latest editions.
'1000 Great Places Travel with Kids in Australia' is a excellent travel guide. 1000 places are listed and described that are very suitable for families. The book is divied into states and territories and is easy to use. Kids will enjoy it as well as it has images that will appeal and there are questions and tasks to be completed.
1000 Great Places Travel with Kids in Australia
Back Roads offers 22 themed road trips from all over Australia for you travel on. Instead of the main roads take the back roads through lovely country towns etc.
Back Roads Australia (DK Eyewitness Travel Back Roads)
Free postage in Australia.
Scenic view of Perth beaches and coast WA
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Cheers and Happy Travelling Amazing Australia
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