By Charlene Sohn A duck swims under an arched wooden bridge. It dives down, tail sticking straight up as it grabs a bite to eat. Leaves flutter down from the trees and float on the surface of the still water while fish swim below. A dragonfly hovers above then zips away. The chirping birds and soothing sound of the waterfall calm your mind. A morning at Alfred Nicholas … [Read more...] about Escape to a Fairyland at Alfred Nicholas Memorial Gardens
By Tony Fogarty When Australia was first settled by the British in 1788, this sun-drenched land down-under was introduced to the English language. It was spoken in all its English and Irish accents with a bit of Scots and Welsh thrown in as well. Over time, the amalgamation of the accents plus a dose of cockney rhyming slang has created a unique Australian brand of English … [Read more...] about Australia! You Bloody Beauty!
By Tee Eff ITWPA Member The Pinnacles are a unique geological creation that could only have occurred on this barren part of Western Australia’s “Turquoise Coast.” Here are 10 reasons you should get here soon! 1. The Pinnacles are towering columns of limestone requiring a specific set of environmental circumstances for their existence. An ancient ocean, wind, rain, … [Read more...] about 10 Reasons to Put Western Australia’s Pinnacles Desert on Your Bucket List
By Emmanuelle Barea ITWPA Member Sydney, capital of New South Wales and biggest city in Australia, is an interesting yet intimidating place. So much to see, so little time… “No worries, mate.” Join the I’m Free Sydney Sights Tour. This free walk led by a dynamic uni student will have you discover the city’s main attractions, including Martin Place, the talking dog, … [Read more...] about How To… Get Intimate with Sydney in 3 Hours