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How Alice Celebrates Pride with a Carnivale

How Alice Celebrates Pride with a Carnivale

Alice Springs Pride Carnivale, taking place taking place at Snow Kenna park from 11am-3pm on Saturday 25 October 2014, is a mardi gras style carnivale in the heart of Australia. The Carnivale promises to showcase an incredible line up of local and interstate talent, thought-provoking workshops and discussions, kids space, fashion parade, camp dog show, […]

Beach Breaks that are Sand Blasts

Beach Breaks that are Sand Blasts

Aussie Beaches – everyone should visit at least one in their lifetime! From old-fashioned family beaches to romantic hidden coves, there are more than 10,685 beaches in Australia to choose from. Let us recommend where to chase the sun and the good, the unique, and hard-to-get-to-but-worth-the-effort beaches that will make you want to visit immediately.  […]

World Heritage Sites: Fraser Island and Uluru on Inspiring Journeys List

World Heritage Sites: Fraser Island and Uluru on Inspiring Journeys List

The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has recognized about a thousand important sites around the world that they consider vital to maintaining the cultural and natural heritage we have inherited. The Rainbow Tourism team has traveled to only a fraction of these sites, but amongst those World Heritage places we have visited in Australia – Uluru […]

Darwin – The Local Watering Hole

 Editor Edmund on his recent adventures through Darwin Many years before moving to Australia, I had dreamed of this land. It was so far away from the sunny, Floridian shores that I called home that I almost couldn’t even fathom what it would really be like. But now, several years on, I am here and […]

Is Darwin Overshadowed?

Is Darwin Overshadowed?

Darwin is no longer content with being on the world’s underrated cities list.  It wants to be on the gay travel map, too. Too often in the shadow of other capital cities with large LGBT communities, Darwin is a balmy, tropical city with a chilled-out vibe and a growing tourism destination buzz. It will garner […]

Guided Walking Experiences Around Australia

Guided Walking Experiences Around Australia

Australia is establishing itself as a world-class walking destination. Unabashedly, it says “Walking holidays are the perfect way to relax, learn, and exercise… all at your own pace.” Bring your hiking/tramping/trekking boots along on your vacation. Great Walks of Australia has just been established, with the aim of increasing awareness of Australia’s most memorable and […]

Red Centre Ready – Explore Alice this September

Set deep in the heart of the Outback, where the red dirt is pierced by fragments of green and purple flowers, lies the town of Alice Springs. A melting pot and meeting point for many indigenous communities living in the desert, Alice Springs’ boasts the lively Araluen Cultural Centre and this September, many events showing […]

Beer Can Regatta Puts Darwin on Zany Event Map – 15 July 2012

Beer Can Regatta Puts Darwin on Zany Event Map – 15 July 2012

Rainbow Rambler Edmund writes…”The Darwin Beer Can Regatta is a yearly event with boats made out of beer cans racing on Mindil Beach. Trust the larrikin Territorians to come up with some weird and wonderful regattas. “ Far in the north of Australia lies the wild, little town of Darwin.  At first glance, you may not see it […]

The Ghan – One of the World’s Most Scenic Train Rides

The Ghan – One of the World’s Most Scenic Train Rides

The Ghan – The Ghan travels the 2979 kilometers from Adelaide to Darwin via Alice Springs. The ride lasts for 3 days and lets passengers experience the red center and the Top End. Renowned as one of the world’s greatest train journeys, this is the wilderness of the outback at it’s best – an ocean of […]

Uluru in Dream Photos

Uluru in Dream Photos

The final winning photo from Tourism Australia’s Aussie Holiday Dream Team promotion was published on 11.11.11 on nothinglikeaustralia.com.au. The photo was taken by Nick Banbury from NSW at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory. “There’s nothing like being at Uluru just as the sun is setting, looking up and seeing this view. I was dumbstruck.” Also […]

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Byron Bay Massage – Transpersonal Bodywork

Sensual Massages by Lets Be Well             Transpersonal Bodywork   The term ‘transpersonal’ literally means ‘beyond (or through) the personal’. Transpersonal refers to the experiences, processes and events that contribute to our perspective and understanding of the self. Where our limiting sense of self is transcended and in which there […]

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