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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.  […]

Tasmanian Pulp Mill Becoming Tourist Drawcard

Tasmanian Pulp Mill Becoming Tourist Drawcard

A contentious Tasmanian pulp mill on the East Coast near Triabunna will become a tourist drawcard when development finishes in 2015. After it was bought out by wealthy environmentalists Graeme Wood and Jan Cameron, the former Spring Bay Mill began a new life – at least on the drawing board. Now, detailed plans of the […]

The Atrium Apartment – Launceston’s Only Gay Owned B&B

The Atrium Apartment – Launceston’s Only Gay Owned B&B

Launceston, in Tasmania’s north, is Australia’s fourth oldest city, where you can enjoy history, culture, wildlife and wine. Why not stay in a historic accommodation in town, take in some gay culture at a nearby venue, go wine tasting up the Tamar Valley, and complete your easy Launceston escape with a wilderness walk to find […]

East Coast Escape – Tasmania

East Coast Escape – Tasmania

Recently voted second out of 100 Australian holiday trips, the East Coast Escape is one memorable road trip, from the northeastern most corner of Tasmania (The Break o’ Day region) down to Rocky Hills overlooking the Great Oyster Bay. This spectacular 220 kilometre coastal strip has beautiful beaches, breathtaking ocean views, historic sites, small friendly […]

Bicheno Blowhole & Little Penguins Gallery

Bicheno Blowhole & Little Penguins Gallery

Photos by The Rainbow Rambler and Bicheno Penguin Tours, March 2014 Fishing is the lifeblood of Bicheno,with substantial quantities of crayfish, abalone, scallops and trevally (my fav for fish n chips).  In recent times, it has become a popular tourist destination (with its fair share of gay-owned/lesbian operated touism and service businesses). Most visitors are […]

Retreat has Diamond Views in Bicheno

Retreat has Diamond Views in Bicheno

Overlooking Diamond Island and lovely white sand beaches, Bicheno OceanView Retreat offers comfortable accommodation and concierge services by Scottish hosts Ken & Kath Lyall. The panoramic views from these luxury suites and self-contained units are stunning! You probably will go to their retreat to relax, enjoying a large library of DVDs and books. But if […]

Self-drive Gourmet Journeys in Tasmania

Self-drive Gourmet Journeys in Tasmania

Eat your heart out, mainlanders. Tasmania’s breathtaking food, wine and scenery have been packaged for international visitors who want to self-drive the world-class gourmet destination. New itineraries are being jointly developed and promoted overseas by Tourism Tasmania and Tourism Australia. But, hark! Rainbow Tourism beat them to the punch, with several articles and blogs over […]

A Walk on the Tall Side

A Walk on the Tall Side

  The search for sensational coffee ended at The Possum Shed, way off the beaten track on the banks of the Tyenna River on the way to Mt Field National Park. It was our last day in Tasmania, and the Hobart-to-Mt. Field-day trip, kick started with the coffee n cake pitstop, turned out to be […]

Video: Field Trip to Mt. Field National Park

Mt. Field National Park near Hobart is popular with nature lovers, tree huggers and walkers with a camera. Tall ferns and giant gum trees line the track to the series of waterfalls. You can even climb the summit of Mt. Field and ski down in snowy winters. Read more  

Dark MOFO – Hobart

Dark MOFO – Hobart

12-22 June in Hobart check out The Museum of Old and New Art’s (MONA) winter festival “Dark MOFO”! Celebrating the dark through large public art displays, visit these events to explore ancient and contemporary mythologies, culture, fine wine and food as you take in the beauty of Tasmania and the local art scene. MONA is one […]

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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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