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Cairns and Far North Queensland

To the locals, along with holidaymakers who regularly visit here, Far North Queensland is the perfect picture of a tropical paradise - palm trees wafting in a balmy breeze above endless clean white beaches. Why go overseas when paradise is right here on your doorstep, they say, and after spending some time exploring the region, you can't help agreeing with them? After all, Cairns and The Great Barrier Reef Region is the only place on earth where rainforests meet the reef. Providing an inspiring visual backdrop to this magical tropical coastline are majestic mountains and tablelands containing tropical rainforests, waterfalls, crater lakes and ancient lava tubes, the remnants of long extinct volcanoes.
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The Amazing Colours of Karijini National Park

For sheer rugged beauty and a diversity of gorges, waterfalls, rockpools and canyons, few areas of Australia come near this region. International tourists are unanimous in naming their visit to Karijini National Park as a highlight of their trip to Australia. Stretching for more than 400km through the Pilbara region of Western Australia, the Hamersley Ranges contain many spectacular gorges have been carved by the waters of the Fortescue and other rivers. Pathways lead down into the gorges where there are some amazing things to see and do, like scaling the gorge walls like a spider, climbing down a ladder into a huge chamber or sliding down The Chute into Regans Pool. The ideal time to visit the park is between June and October.
Karijini National Park

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Beginner's Guide to Travelling Europe

When it comes to exploring Europe, the most hassle-free and comfortable travel option is rail. There are no airport check-in lines or being confined to your seat, and as railway stations in Europe are generally right in the middle of town, chances are your train will drop you within walking distance of your accommodation, no matter what your destination might be.

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