Category: Things To Do

October 22, 2015

Getting Your Boat Licence In Townsville

When do you need a marine licence? In Queensland, you must have a licence to drive a recreational boat if it has an engine power greater than 4.5kW. This boat is to be used only for recreational activities, and not business, trade or commerce. To drive a personal watercraft such as a jet ski, you’ll […]

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October 20, 2015

Experience the Red Centre

Must-See Attractions When Visiting Alice Springs: Take an overnight trip to Uluru — Approx. 5 hours from Alice Springs Alice Springs Reptile Centre — 9 Stuart Terrace, Alice Springs NT 0870 Alice Springs School of the Air — 80 Head St, Alice Springs NT 0871 Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facility — 8-10 Stuart Terrace, Alice […]

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5 Camping Mistakes You Need To Avoid

Research, Research, Research The biggest mistake you can make when camping is not doing sufficient research on your campsite and location. It’s crucial that you know what kind of weather you should prepare for and all the facilities supplied by the campsite (toilets, showers, BBQ etc). Research the area and make sure there are no […]

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October 18, 2015

5 Great Reasons You Need To Visit Dubbo

#1 Dundullimal Homestead  Address: 23L Obley Road, Dubbo NSW 2830  Step back in time and experience rural living in the early colonial days at Dundullimal Homestead. Built back in the 1840s, Dundullimal Homestead is Dubbo’s oldest building. Tour the homestead, gardens and surrounding farmland, while the kids have a ball with the ducks and chickens. […]

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October 15, 2015

The 5 Most Common New Years Resolutions

1. Get Healthy Eating and living healthier is by far the most popular resolution. Adding more fruits and vegetables into your diet is one way to help you get started. If you find it difficult to maintain your eating while on-the-go, be sure to research some amazing health-food restaurants that are popping up all over […]

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Recycle Your Winter Wardrobe So You're Summer Ready!

#1 Turn a short sleeve shirt into a singlet To convert a short-sleeved shirt into a singlet, make sure you accurately measure both sleeves of your shirt, before cutting these at the same point. Once the sleeves have been cut off, fold the edge over twice and stitch a very fine hemline of 2-3 centimetres […]

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October 13, 2015

New City Guide: Cairns

Make sure you visit The Esplanade, Cairns: On this main strip you’ll find an endless array of restaurants, markets, children’s playgrounds and the famous Cairns lagoon. Reef Fleet Terminal: Located on the southern end of the Esplanade, this is the main port of call for boats departing for the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns off-leash dog beaches: Find […]

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September 24, 2015

Top 5 fishing tips & tricks for beginners

#1 Basic Research The biggest mistake you can make when fishing, is going in blind. All fish are different! Some fish like saltwater instead of freshwater, some fish like the warm shallows instead of the cold deep water, and some fish are hungrier in the morning instead of the evening.  Give your future fishing spot […]

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September 22, 2015

Best Fishing Hotspots In Darwin

From bridges and creeks to jetties and shorelines, here are the best places to cast a line in Darwin. Stokes Hill Wharf A great place to fish and relax, the Stokes Hill Wharf is a popular fishing spot. If the fish aren’t biting, you can always grab something from the eatery nearby. Elizabeth River Bridge […]

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September 9, 2015

3 unique & exciting ways to explore NT

Experience NT on a Segway Segways are 2-wheeled, battery-powered vehicles that are easy to use and a fun way to explore the Northern Territory. Whether you want to take a ride around Darwin’s CBD or go off-road and explore a local beach, let the Segway wheels do the walking, so you can focus your energy […]

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