A portable hot tub you can take on your travels!

This portable hot tub is about to change the way you go camping

A portable hot tub you can take on your travels! Reminds me of how fire fighters set up a similar portable water reservoir if fighting a fire in a rural area, away from fire hydrants, etc.

Wine Glass Bay Tasmania Australia

Wine Glass Bay Tasmania Australia North of Hobart OR 177 kms from Launceston Wineglass Bay hike return OR Wineglass Bay Lookout return

Boodjamulla National Park - Outback Queensland, Australia #thisisqueensland

Is Boodjamulla National Park Queensland's best kept secret?

Our visit to Boodjamulla National Park and Adels Grove has been a highlight of our road trip around Australia.

Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park, #Kakadu, #Australia This journey will be like a pilgrimage toward the sacred waterfalls. Work Cited: Baxter, Sarah. "See Kakadu Spring to Life (222)." The Best Place to Be Today: 365 Things to Do & the Perfect Day to Do Them. Ed. Karen Noble and Sally Schafer. N.p.: Lonely Planet, 2015. N. pag. Print.

✔️Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu National Park,Kakadu, Australia: just magnificent!

Koolpin Gorge, Kakadu National Park, Australia

How to Explore Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory

Kings Canyon, Northern Territory, Australia - Ancient sandstone walls and giant rocky domes are the main features of Northern Territory's Kings Canyon. Solitude and wilderness is what you experience here along with some of the most awesome views of outback Australia.

"Kings Canyon, Northern Territory, Australia - Ancient sandstone walls and giant rocky domes are the main features of Northern Territory's Kings Canyon.

#AustraliaItsBig - Inside the caves at Morialta falls in the Adelaide hills, Adelaide, South Australia

Inside the Caves at Morialta Falls, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Would you like to climb a 60 meter high tree? then visit the Gloucester Tree in Western Australia

Top 50 Things to Do in Western Australia

Wollomombi Falls, from an Aboriginal word, are located in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, 40 km due east of Armidale, New South Wales and 1 km off the Waterfall Way. At one time they were believed to be the tallest in Australia.

Wollomombi Falls, from an Aboriginal word, are located in the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, 40 km due east of Armidale, New South Wales and 1 km off the Waterfall Way. At one time they were believed to be the tallest in Australia.

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