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Preparing For Travel to Australia

There are several types of Australian visas that would allow you entry to the country. For short-term visits, your best option would either be an Australian ETA visa, eVisitors visa or a visitor/tourist visa.

ETA is short for Electronic Travel Authority, it is the easiest to acquire compared to any other Australian visa for travel. The application is fairly simple and can be done online. For eligible visa holders, there is no need to visit consulates or go through long lines. It lets you spend up to three months in Australia.

An Australian Tourist Visa, on the other hand, can let you stay up to three, six or twelve months. The Tourist visa can be lodged online, within Australia or outside of the country...

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Australia For the Gay Traveler

Picture an entire continent filled with unique and exciting adventures. Now think of urbane and tolerant cities, perfect for the gay traveler. Imagine vacationing in a land of wonders so diverse, with settings (both natural and manmade) so magnificent, it truly boggles the mind.

Australia offers the gay traveler an impressive and welcoming destination unlike any other in the world. It is no wonder gay couples and singles are heading “Down Under” for the experience of a lifetime.

In Australia, if you can dream it, you can do it! Consider visiting the native aboriginal culture. Journey into the Outback, where you can rough it; visit Kings Canyon, Kakadu National Park and the Devil’s Marbles...

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Australia Travel Guide to Enjoy the Australia Tour

Australia is a land of contrasts – topographical, cultural, physical, meterological and visual. About 40,000 years ago, the Aborigines were the first to settle. They lived as hunters and gatherers for this entire time, living with a close link to nature, although backburning and other poor agricultural techniques have since been realised to have caused significant deforestation, salinification of the soil and elimination of much of the natural diversity of the landscape. Such a poor ability to interact with nature, despite it being so important, helps explain why much of Australia is now unsuitable for sustaining life. Interestingly, this provides one of the few examples of where the native population damaged the land more than later waves of settlers...

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Sydney Australia – Travel Tips

So here are some travel tips for things to do in Sydney, Australia!
Sydney Beaches
Sydney is renowned for its beach-side suburbs, which include Manly, Bondi and Cronulla plus plenty more. During summer, these beaches are packed full of swimmers, who flock to enjoy the city’s beautiful sandy beaches. Like Rio de Janiero and Los Angeles, Sydney is somewhat unique in that it’s a major metropolis surrounded by beautiful beaches, making it an ideal holiday spot. If you’re heading to the beach in Sydney, don’t forget your sunglasses, hat, and sunscreen, as the UV rays here are extremely high.
Trains, buses & ferries
A combination of all these modes of transport is the best way to enjoy both the tourist and resident experiences of Sydney...

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Tied ODI Matches – West Indies V Australia at Guyana, April 1999

The West Indies and Australia were involved in the first-ever tied ODI in Australia. Fifteen years later, the two teams met at Bourda, Guyana, in the fifth match of a seven-match ODI series. The series was level at 2-2 going into this match; the stakes were high, as the winner would take the lead going into the last two games. Rain affected the start of this ODI, and the game was reduced to a 30-overs-a-side affair. The West Indies batted first in this crucial fixture, with Ridley Jacobs and Sherwin Campbell opening the innings.

The West Indies had an enterprising start, with the opening pair posting 83 runs for the first wicket in 14.3 overs. After that productive stand, both openers fell within one run of each other – dismissed by allrounder Shane Lee...

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Australia outback

Travel Australia
by asorsz

There are lots of people travelling Australia for its famous beach or famous Opera house, however Australia is not only about beach, Opera house, the habour bridge, it is also famous for its outback. For those travellers who are seeking to experience and connect with nature at its wildest in calm and tranquil, one should travel to the unique Australia outback.

 The incredible landscape, superb formation of rocks, unique flora and fauna has made Outback Australia to be one of the most popular tourist destination. There are also many cheap hotel, cheap phone card or calling card deals in Australia.

For adventure lover, be sure to bring your hiking shoes and always accompanied with binocular to witness the incredible view of the outback...

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Travelling to Australia

Travelling around the world is a thrilling adventure that can take on the trip of a lifetime around the world. Whether you are exploring a new country or venturing in your own backyard, there is nothing quite like a holiday adventure in Australia. Wherever you are in the world, there are cheap flights to the country dubbed the ‘land down under.’ From Australia’s nation greeting ‘Gday’ to the traditional ‘barbie,’ the Aussies definitely live life to an entirely different beat of the drum.

Visit famous tourist attractions such as the sensational Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour National Park, Blue Mountains and Jervis Bay. The adventures of the rustic outback and more create priceless memories to take back home...

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