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Are there any places within Oz that are still on your to do list?

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Posted by: elljay

31st Mar 2016 12:33am

Are there any places within Oz that are still on your to do list?

Comments 18

PGS
  • 23rd Oct 2019 05:57am

Darwin, top end.
Far north QLD
Tassie

PGS
  • 4th Jan 2018 12:55pm

Tassie & NT mainly. Some of the surrounding islands.

PGS
  • 23rd May 2017 04:21pm

Still to get to NT & Tassie. Broome is on the list & either Coober Pedy or White Cliffs.

beachstorm
  • 20th May 2017 07:27am

W.A and TAS are still on my list, But I am determined to get at least a long weekend to TAS this year.
I could of probably done it last year but was loving going back to Lakes Entrance and surrounding areas too much.

PGS
  • 25th Apr 2017 08:44pm

Broome is on the list to swim with a whaleshark. Other than that we go over VisitNSW.com.au looking for the country festivals. Been to a few good ones - and a few we won't bother with again.

margcafe
  • 22nd May 2016 11:05pm

I hope to see Central Aust one day but need more time to travel.

. V
  • 21st May 2016 02:17pm

I want to visit Uluru and Broome they are the 2 places on my bucket list of must go to places before I die

heeleen
  • 20th May 2016 11:41am

Drive the Great ocean road, all over Tasmania and up into the Northern territory

bobkat
  • 20th May 2016 09:16am

quite a few, mostly remote:
- Kangaroo Island, SA.
- Alice, Darwin, Uluru, Kakadu - love to do the never never wander some time at leisurely pace.
- northern WA.
- Tassie - lived there until 5yo, not back since (now 62). Due for a refresher.

those are the main ones.

cheers, happy travels.

Bob K, Central Coast, NSW

Matthew
  • 19th May 2016 09:13pm

Well Monkey Mia the dolphins of Western Australia is one of them! And Alice Springs is another one!!

Wyrd
  • 19th May 2016 07:57pm

Would love to do a wineries and food tour Hunter Valley, down to the ones along the Great Ocean Road, then along into the Barossa.

Ruby1955
  • 19th May 2016 07:53pm

I have seen a fair bit of Oz but still would love to see the wild flowers of Western Australia, travel the Kimberley, see Kakadu and visit Cairns

MazzyJ
  • 19th May 2016 07:23pm

Nope

afn1960
  • 19th May 2016 03:50pm

Adelaide - Perth - Broome - Darwin - Alice Springs , Mt Isa - Cairns - Brisbane

Bancheeko
  • 30th Apr 2016 09:48pm

Melbourne, Perth, cairns

Sue
  • 23rd Apr 2016 02:31pm

I have been many places but still to get to Kangaroo Island, Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.

BILL
  • 19th Apr 2016 06:21am

Cape York ,Darwin to Broome by road

Benji
  • 19th May 2016 06:10pm
Cape York ,Darwin to Broome by road

JUST GOT BACK FROM A 5 DAY STAY IN BROOME A WEEK AGO BUT HAVEN'T BEEN TO CAPE YORK. HAVE VISITED DARWIN A FEW TIMES ALSO. BOTH BRROME AND DARWIN ARE GREAT PLACES TO VISITLWHEN IT IS WINTER IN WA.

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