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Taking Photos and videos is a very important part of when you on a holiday or travelling Australia or anywhere else in the world.
We all want to keep those memories of the beautiful, amazing landscapes, attractions, people, destinations that we saw and experienced so we can share it all when we return home and years later.
The best way is with taking many photos, lots of video and some travellers like to write a diary of each day or at least a summary. Digital cameras and videos make it so much easier, this link below has some great tips for taking those special holiday photos.
Recently I have been adding new pages that list many attractions in South Australia, Northern Territory and Western Australia that may interest you when you go on your next holiday.
The new attractions pages are listed at the end of this newsletter.
Happy travelling everyone.
Below I have included a new road trip, a free tourism resource, budget travel tips and we visit Alice Springs region and more.
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Road Trip - The Red Centre Way
The Red Centre Way is a self drive tour from Alice Springs, past the East MacDonnell Ranges, Glen Helen Gorge, Ormiston Gorge, Kings Canyon, Uluru Ayers Rock, Kjata Tjuta Olgas and return to Alice Springs. A stunning drive over several days or a week.
This website below includes a great description of the route, accommodation and attractions, events, itineraries, travel tiimes and trips and more local information.
Stunning image of the base of Uluru Ayers Rock
Travel Tips For Budget Travelling
The link below has about 100 travel tips for budget travellers - free or cheap things to do, travel tips for cheaper food, saving money shopping tips and much more.
Region - Alice Springs and the Outback
Continuing our road trip we are visiting the region of Alice Springs and the Outback. To get to Alice Springs and the Outback we travel north up the Stuart Highway from Coober Pedy or Port Augusta.
This region includes all these unique and interesting destinations - Alice Springs, Chambers Pillar, The east and west MacDonnell ranges, Palm Springs, Uluru Ayers Rock and so much more.
For much more information visit the Northern Territory Tourism website and Central Australia website below.
Travel Back Roads of Australia Book
'Back Roads Australia'book is an Australian driving holiday guide that will take you on scenic routes to discover and explore interesting unique Australian towns. Full colour images etc throughout, also included is a map of the entire country for easy navigation.
Only $21.75 and free postage in Australia.
Back Roads Australia (DK Eyewitness Travel Back Roads)
Free Travel Resources - Free Iphone and Ipad Tourism Apps
Many free apps have been created for travellers in Australia and the world. Australia's states and territories tourism have created apps that are free. The pages on the 'Travel Australia Planning Guide' website shows several of them and there are many more on itunes.
Recent New Pages on Travel Australia Planning Guide
I have completed 3 more attraction pages which are for Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia. I am also created separate pages for each state and territory for the School Holiday dates for 2012, 2 have been completed, the others will be done as soon as possible.
Visit These Exciting Northern Territory Attractions
Most Popular Western Australian Attractions
Discover The Best South Australia Attractions
Queensland Australia School Holidays
Victoria Australia School Holidays
Ormiston Gorge a short drive from Alice Springs
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Cheers and Happy Travelling Amazing Australia
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