The Good Life B&B

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Curise and train combined trip Perth/Sydney?

by patricec

I swear I saw a while ago a webpage which advertised a combined train and cruise ship journey between Sydney and Perth (or it may have been Melbourne or Adelaide and Perth) where you went one way on a cruise ship and return on the train (or vice versa, can't remember). Now I can't find it anywhere! If anyone knows what I am talking about could they please post a link? And if anyone has done it please share your views. Thanks!

Re: Curise and train combined trip Perth/Sydney?

by TheWanderingCamel

Yes it is offered but it looks like you've missed the boat this year

Re: Curise and train combined trip Perth/Sydney?

by sirgaw

Try this link - although when I tried it seemed to be down. There is a rail/ship option in there but that seems to be down also. Try contacting Great Southern Railways (gsr)- the operator of the Indian Pacific and other long distance trains in Australia.

Travel Tips for Perth

Australian Aboriginal...

by ankx

Australian Aboriginal culture can claim to be the oldest continuous living culture on the planet.
Recent dating of the earliest known archaeological sites on the Australian continent - using thermoluminescence and other modern dating techniques - have pushed back the date for Aboriginal presence in Australia to at least 40,000 years.
The hallmark of Aboriginal culture is 'oneness with nature'. In traditional Aboriginal belief systems, landscape had the central importance Christian culture attached to the bible. Prominent rock, canyons, rivers, waterfalls, islands, beaches and other natural features - as well as sun, moon and visible stars - had their own stories of creation and its inter-connectedness. To the traditional Aborigine they are all sacred: environment is the essence of Australian Aboriginal godliness. Out of this deep reverence for nature Aborigines learned to live in remarkable harmony with the land and its animals.It seems there's a lot our modern world can learn from these people.

Swan Bells

by Wang_hong

The Swan Bells include the 12 bells of St Martin-in-the-Fields which are recorded as being in existence from before the 14th century and recast in the 16th century by Queen Elizabeth1. The bells were again recast between 1725 and 1770 by three generations of the Rudhall family of bell founders from Gloucester in England, under the order of the Prince of Wales who was later crowned as King George 2. They are one of the few sets of royal bells and are the only ones known to have left England. It was a pity that I could not ring the bell although I paid entry fees:(

Perth Tip

by margaretvn

We flew from Perth to Alice Springs. We were lucky enough to get a window seat on the right hand side of the plane and that gave us a wonderful view of the ROCK when we flew over it. It was magical and something I will never forget.
The huge red monlith of Uluru (Ayers Rock) has to be one of Australia’s most famous symbols. Uluru and the 36 rock domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) with their deep valleys and gorges are a wonder of the natural world. The National Park is 463 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs. The park was established in 1958 and was named as a World Heritage Site in 1987. The whole area is sacred to the Aboriginal People. In 1985 the park was handed back to its indigenous owners. It wasthen that the rocks got their original names back. The land is actually leased back to the Australian government. Yulara, 12 kilometres from Uluru, is the parks tourist resort. There is an excellent cultural centre at Yulura Drive which is open daily. (tel nr. (08) 8956 3138).
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is 3,6 kilometres long, 2,4 kilometres wide and it stands 348 metres high. It is a single piece of sandstone which also extends 5 kilometres down into the desert plain. Uluru is best observed by watching the changing colours at sunset. The rock’s cultural significance is best understond by doing a guided walk around its base. There are several walks to choose from. We did the Mala (hare wallaby) walk which takes in several caves, some with rock art. Sacred sights en route are fenced off and it is an offence to enter them. All walk details are available at the cultural centre. Take plenty to drink with you, it can get hot!!

Head for the Sticks

by arianne_1504

Whenever long weekends or school holidays occur, everyone heads out of town, either down south or up north. Which means that if you arrive and you haven't booked accommodation before hand - you've got buckley's of getting anything in any of the country towns.

Also you can expect to encounter long queues of traffic driving through these towns and on the major highways. Some towns have accommodation booked out from year to year during these holidays, but definitely months in advance.

I usually leave work a few hours earlier on a Friday afternoon to try and avoid traffic or leave early in the morning.

The Perth Royal Show

by aussirose

If you are visiting Perth in September then perhaps you would like to go to the Perth Royal Show. Check out the link below for the date. The easiest way to access the showgrounds is by train on the Fremantle line. They have special show trains. This year you can purchase your show tickets from any IGA shop.


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