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  Sunsets in The Kimberley are like everything in Western Australia — big, bold and beautiful. The colors are rich reds, pinks, purples smearing across the sky. On Lake Argyle, the rim hills turn inky black as they become a silhouette against the colorful palette the setting sun creates. It is home to freshwater crocodiles […]

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  Located along Australia’s Great Ocean Road, the 12 Apostles, are a highlight of a trip to Australia’s southern coast. A collection of limestone stone structures, they were dubbed the 12 Apostles when there were still 12 of the structures. Jutting out of the crashing waves, these stone pinnacles are the remnants of the coastline. […]

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The Koala (also known as the Koala Bear) with its fuzzy ears, round bum, and large black nose may resemble bears but these cute inhabitants of Australia are actually marsupials (like nearly all large indigenous mammals in Australia). It is the only living member of the Phascolarctidae family and is a close relative of the […]

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Melbourne is known for many things — great coffee, world-famous dining, trams, all day brunches everyday (yes this is a big foodie city), a love for sports that surpasses obsession…and stunning street art.  Walking through the streets of the CBD (Central Business District, for Americans think of this as the “Downtown”) the splashes of colors […]

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Australia Day, held on January 26th, is Australia’s national holiday.  The date celebrates the arrival of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove in 1788 and the proclamation of British sovereignty over the eastern seaboard of Australia.  Fast-forward to 2013, Auzzies now celebrate this day with BBQ’s, beer, beaches (remember it’s summer and 38C in January […]

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