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Travel_Ling with this pair

Travel_Ling with this pair

The Adventures of Kim-Ling & Guy Ling & Guy are emerging travel bloggers with a growing following. Already commanding the attention of 31,000 followers on Instagram, they are well sought after by many in the tourism and travel business. So we were very excited...

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Stories from Salty

Stories from Salty

Saltwater Stories Our favourite campground is Saltwater Creek, usually the first overnight stop for walkers on the Light to Light Walk. It is a dedicated National Parks campground, with sites to be booked ahead online via this link. Why is it so special? surf: every...

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Right way, wrong way, which way?

Right way, wrong way, which way?

Should I walk it? Which way? So you want to walk the Light to Light Walk? Heard it's not too hard - but very beautiful and uncrowded. Worth doing. You've done a bit of homework. Found out it's 31km so pretty easy, relatively speaking. And it's way way down south of...

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We’re booked till December

We’re booked till December

Stop Press: we are booked out till December! Wow - we've been over-run with enquiries and bookings these last few weeks and September was totally booked out months ago. But just now we've booked our very last spot in October as well....and we are on a pre-planned...

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Strategy out for comment

Strategy out for comment

Have your say on the draft Strategy The Draft Light to Light (Great) Walk Strategy has been released for public viewing by the Dept. of Environment & Heritage. After months of speculation, we were relieved to see the actual paperwork and have read through it...

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Walking up – or down?

Walking up – or down?

Which way is the best way on the Light to Light Walk? The Light to Light Walk is a one-way 31km walk. It runs between Boyds Tower in the north and Green Cape in the south. You can walk it either way.Start at Boyds Tower and walk south to Green Cape.Or start at Green...

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1 small town. 3 small businesses.

1 small town. 3 small businesses.

    1 small town. 3 small businesses. 1 great deal for you Our home town - Eden in NSW, Australia - is pretty small. Actually it's very small. Population? About 3,500.... Our tours operate out of our place at Kiah - 10 minutes by car south of town. So Eden is 'town'...

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Super Special Deal – Whale Watch Walk Tour

Super Special Deal – Whale Watch Walk Tour

Super special - whale watch walk tour now on sale The Sapphire Coast is one of Australia's best whale watching destinations - just ask Australian Geographic and all the return visitors every year. The good news is - humpback whale numbers are increasing by around 10%...

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When is it too cold to camp?

When is it too cold to camp?

It's never really too cold to camp. Not in Australia, anyway. We're about 2 1/2 hours by car from Australia's only ski fields in the Snowy Mountains. And we know of people going 'back country' up there to ski and camp. They get all the right gear from our friends at...

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Yes, you can wear your Crocs

Yes, you can wear your Crocs

Or your slippers, and your extra warm coat.... ...and your big book or your teddy bear. Remember - you don't have to carry it. We do that. So if you're wondering about throwing in your ugg boots or thongs, just do it. Once we're in the campsite, we can't go back and...

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