The Queensland town of Bundaberg is really only known for one thing: Bundaberg Rum. And nothing symbolises this more than the Big Rum Bottle that sits outside the local rum factory.
This is one of South Australia ‘s most well known walking trails, starting at Cape Jervis near Kangaroo Island, and ending in the Flinders Ranges, some 1200 kilometres away. Not for the fainthearted, you might prefer to start small and enjoy one of the two hour walks along the way. If you have the time, this is the ultimate walk for those who want to see South Australia in all its diversity. Experience the breathtaking Fleurieu coastline, plantations of the Kuitpo forest, the heights of Mount Lofty and the vineyards of the Barossa Valley, and then on to magnificent gorges in the Flinders desert.
However, these natural attractions aren’t the only “big things” on offer in Australia. Over 150 big sculptures, statues and objects can be found scattered around Australia, many attracting tourists from far and wide.
Ph is a measure of acidity or alkalinity. A ph of 7 is neutral. Below 7 is acid and above 7 is alkaline. The ideal Ph for fighters is about 7.1, but they can take moderate variations from this. The Ph of water can change, so it is a good idea to check it regularly.
Everyone has heard of the Fringe Festivals in NY, Adelaide, and Edinburgh. For the months the festivals are in action, theater, music, improv and the arts are celebrated. When the festivals end, what is there to do but write about it?
The Anlaby Station. Established by the Dutton family in 1839, The Anlaby is a station that consists of 160 thousand acres of land. The place is well known for their Merino wool, which was started by Mr. Dutton when he brought back the raw product from the sheep from NSW in 1839.
Plans are also in the making for the Kings Of Leon to do an European summer tour later in 2011. Slated already are appearances at the Peace & Love Festival in Sweden and the Rokslide Festival in Denmark. They are booked in to do shows in Italy, Austria, Germany and Great Britain.