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Sunrise over Dalhousie hot spring.

Dalhousie Springs - oasis before solo desert crossing

Join adventure blogger Kathleen Swinbourne on her first solo crossing of the Simpson Desert. First stop, Dalhousie Springs.

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There's some handy advice on how to capture this landscape below.

How to travel Gibraltar on a budget

Gibraltar, the land of indomitable British will pitted against the might of, well, basically everybody else.

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Check which countries have Reciprocal Health Care Agreements with Australia before travelling.

It pays to know your healthcare rights overseas

Australia has a range of Reciprocal Health Care Agreements with other countries. This means overseas medical treatment with no...

Money International Travel Health
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Over 1 year ago
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Fancy cruising the Mekong with your own personal butler? Picture: Scenic.

Five luxury bucket list cruises

Ever get to a point where a holiday is definitely on the cards, but you just can’t seem to muster up the strength to plan it?

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Over 1 year ago
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Let us introduce you to Possess the World

Possess the World, the blog inspiring Baby Boomers to travel independently.

International Travel Ageing
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Over 1 year ago
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Singapore, while expensive, can be thoroughly enjoyed on a budget.

Your travel guide to Singapore

Singapore is the perfect layover destination on your way to Europe. We show you how not to break the bank while doing it.

Money International Travel Singapore
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Over 1 year ago
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One of the stunning sunrises captured by Kathleen Swinbourne.

When the sunrise fails, look at the smaller picture

What is it about being away that makes you do things you don’t do at home? And I don’t mean getting pissed and dancing on the...

Domestic Travel Photography Hobbies
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Over 1 year ago
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There's a crocodile out there .

This could be heaven, or it could be hell

There’s something about being on an isolated tropical beach that brings out the philosopher in me. With nothing to measure time...

Domestic Travel Animals Australia
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Over 1 year ago
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