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Outback Trailblazer [Day 1] Furthest Town from Sea, Dinosaurs, and Giggles

The official day one! Sixty-five Trailblazer cars will rally the Outback Queensland! The first thing on the schedule is having an epic breakfast at Baldy Top Lookout just 7.4km outside of the town. Part of the Grey Range, Baldy Top is one of the most elevated points in South West Queensland, containing caves, crevices, and …

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Day0_Angel Flight Outback Trailblazer

Outback Trailblazer 2015 [Day 0] Official Kickoff at Quilpie

“Flight to Charleville is now boarding.” My heart starts pounding. After 10 months of longing, I’m finally heading back to a sunburnt country. There’s something special about returning to the place that’s special to heart. But it makes me two headed; I’m through the roof exciting, but also I’m worried what if it was all …

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Outback Trailblazer

Runaway Juno Media Goes to Angel Flight Outback Trailblazer 2015

There’s just something special about a sunburnt country. The best way to experience the real bush life is by a road trip! Stephen and I are about to embark on the trip of a lifetime, to Angel Flight Outback Trailblazer 2015. What is it, you ask?   Outback Trailblazer It’s a one-of-a kind 4WD adventure …

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Drive yourself away from the Hustle Bustle in Melbourne this Cricketing Season

Australia has been a hot spot for tourists since many decades. This time around though, the World Cup is an additional highlight. The cricket frenzy has taken the world by storm and there are no signs of the fever dwindling. While the game brings excitement, patriotism, and thrill to its absolute peak, a little time …

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane, Australia

The Day I Held a Koala at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane

The Day I Held a Koala in Queensland, Australia What everyone said was true. They really do smell like cough drops. Their fur is like a high-quality floor mat, their claws are like round sickles, but their face makes you squeal an unrecognizable noise from the back of your throat and speak in a voice …

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Cunnamulla, Queensland

2014 Travel Experiences Top 7

I listed seven of my favorite of the year 2014. While I was flipping through the photos, once again I realized how fortunate I was to visit these wonderful places that some people only dream of visiting someday. Certainly, I am a lucky one. What stunned me most was all the experienced that wowed me …

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Runaway Photo: Different Faces of the Gold Coast

Gold Coast, the Glamorous Queensland’s City Gold Coast, a costal city of southeastern Queensland is one of the hottest tourist destinations for both locals and international visitors. It attracts several million people all year round. But why is the Gold Coast such a special place? I had a chance to stay for a week in …

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Shearing shed at Charlotte Plains

Runaway Photo: Charlotte Plains – Outback Magic

“Bridge the gap between country and city.” This has been Robyn’s motto for working in tourism. She has always tried to show visitors the difference between traveling and experiencing. Now she’s continuing the tradition through Charlotte Plains, previously owned by her parents. In a piece of land that is the size of half of Singapore, …

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