Traveling to Australia – Episode 2categories: australia travel
The Amateur Traveler talks about visiting Cairnes Australia: diving the Great Barrier Reef, taking the Kuranda Scenic Railway and the Kuranda Skyrail (gondola in and above the rain forest), visiting the Tjapukai – Aboriginal Culture Park and Cairns Tropical Zoo.
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Chris’s Sample Packing List
Down Under Dive Company- Supercat is the boat we took
Kuranda Scenic Railway
Kuranda Skyrail – gondola in and above the rain forest
Tjapukai – Aboriginal Culture Park
Cairns Tropical Zoo
Song: Australia by My Grandfather Was a Spy
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July 3rd, 2008 at 7:49 am
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May 20th, 2010 at 9:37 am
Australia is such an inspiring place!
Have you seen what Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire, Queensland, Sydney and many more have teamed up to present?
May 16th, 2021 at 6:01 am
Really enjoyed this episode – I know Australia is an amazing destination as I live in Sydney and Teach Travel and Tourism to our future industry employees.
Also currently listening to episode279. of ‘This Week in Travel’ that features Chris talking about his Galapagos adventure with Quasar Expedition Cruises. Amazing – if Australia would let me out to travel – that would be my next trip. What a destination – but of course Australia is great too with amazing natural beauty, scenery, wildlife and of the course the world famous beaches – especially in QLD!!