Tips & Tricks
Aboriginal Heritage Museum (39/137 Sailors Bay Road, Northbridge, Sydney) – this museum holds a vast collection of Aboriginal artifacts, along with historical European items such as ship replicas and uniforms, working displays and interactive models. This is a great museum for those interested in learning about Australia and its native inhabitants before the arrival of […]
Australia has the distinction of being both a country and a continent. Although the Dutch first discovered it in the early 17th century, it ended up being colonized by the British in the 18th century (when it was first used as a penal colony in 1788, in an area that became the state of New […]
Allphones Arena (Olympic Blvd., Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney) – this 21,000-seat arena is actually a large entertainment and sporting complex in Sydney (completed in 1999 in time for the 2000 Summer Olympics there). It is also known as Sydney Super Dome. Along with holding sporting events like basketball and tennis, it’s best known for various […]
A Tavola (348 Victoria St, Darlinghurst, Sydney) — A Tavola was established in 2007 in buzzing Darlinghurst district by chef owner Eugenio Maiale. A Tavola quickly earned a reputation of being one of Sydney’s best places to go for authentic Italian pasta. The long marble table is filled with loyal and regular diners – all […]
It is the largest airport in the North Queensland Region. It is situated between the Great Barrier Reef and the Rainforest. For many of the visitors, this is the starting point of your tour of Australia. annually, The airport has a traffic of 4 million passengers circulating on both Terminals. One of them operates on […]
It is a small regional airport located in ballina, New South Wales and serves Ballina and the nearby village of Byron Bay, a twenty minute drive north of the Airport. Ballina Airport has a bus service that operates steadily except for Christmas day.