Noosa, Australia. Photo credit: Tourism Noosa.
Australia’s Noosa region is known for its beaches, coastal national park, river, cosmopolitan lifestyle and events.
The Noosa Winter Festival in May will bring together The Noosa Blue Water Swim, Century Bike Ride and Noosa Running Festival and their related events.
For more info, go to Tourism Noosa.
Whitsunday Camels. Photo credit: Tourism Queensland.
Camel riding on the beach can be fun in Australia’s Whitsundays.
The Whitsundays are islands in the Great Barrier Reef, on the tropical coast of Queensland, Australia.
Tasmania rainforest. Photo credit: Tourism Tasmania.
Dreaming of exploring Tasmania? Then you might start with flightseeing the Australian island and state on sea planes with Tasmanian Air Adventures (TAA).
TAA has launched three new sea plane adventures which showcase Tasmania’s natural beauty. Travelers can choose from the three scenic flights which all depart from Hobart’s stunning waterfront.
The three Tasmanian Air Adventures flights include:
- An West Capes air adventure covering Hobart, Mt Wellington and Port Arthur;
- A journey over the waters of the Gordon River and Tasmania’s World Heritage Wilderness and
- An aerial expedition over the blue seas and white sands of the Freycinet Peninsula and Wineglass Bay.
The sea planes land at each of the Tasmania locations. Travelers can explore the destinations, walking secluded beaches, through ancient forests and past waterfalls. Transfers are also available to MONA, Saffire, Freycinet, Port Arthur and Cradle Mountain.
For more info, visit the Tasmanian Air Adventures site.