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  1. The 7 Best Travel Destinations to Escape Winter in Australia

    The 7 Best Travel Destinations to Escape Winter in Australia
    Google Photos and Facebook can be so cruel when they send you an anniversary photo of you in thongs enjoying the sun on a winter sojourn. I mean Google (and Zuckerberg) are pretty smart - they should know I haven’t headed north in search of warmer days this winter. Instead, I’m hibernating at home in front of the heater…in ugg...
  2. All Things Hema

    All Things Hema
    Hema has been crisscrossing the Australian continent for 30 years collecting data for their maps, atlases and digital navigators. With a keen interest in off-road Hema has mapped hundreds of thousands of tracks and unsealed roads making life easier and far safer for 4WD enthusiasts around the country. Maps Hema makes a range of maps in different sizes from the...
  3. How to Choose the Right European Map

    How to Choose the Right European Map
    When it comes to European maps we are spoilt for choice. There are maps for the continent, countries, cities, and regions. Your map can make or break your day when you’re travelling but choosing the right one can be a minefield. Consider what you want to explore and how you will get around and then with a little research you...
  4. Popular 4WD Trips in WA's North West

    Popular 4WD Trips in WA's North West
    If you are someone who likes to venture off the bitumen and hit the dirt road, you’re in luck in WA. The great state has plenty of amazing sights to take in so pack up the 4WD and make some memories with family and friends. WA also has some of the most inhospitable areas so heed the road warning signs...
  5. World Maps Make Great Presents

    World Maps Make Great Presents
    Paper, canvas, framed or unframed there are endless options for worldwide maps. Buy a world map for the person who has everything, to fill a blank wall in the study or bedroom or for someone who is about to do some travelling. Either adorning walls or in the back pocket of a traveller, maps make unique gifts for people of...
  6. Our Top 10 International Destinations (Part 2)

    Our Top 10 International Destinations (Part 2)
    In part two of our Top 10 international destinations, we take a look at the second half of the list of the store’s most popular overseas travel destinations.   Spain Europe’s sunniest destination is popular not just for its superb weather. Spain offers travellers a rich history of stone castles, ancient ruins and modern cities. Start planning your trip to...
  7. Our Top 10 International Destinations (Part 1)

    Our Top 10 International Destinations (Part 1)
    In part one of our Top 10 international destinations, we take a look at the first 5 of the top 10 most popular overseas travel destinations in our store.   France As the gateway to Europe and the city of love as its capital, it’s no wonder France has taken out the top spot. With many of the locals not...
  8. Your Phrase Book will be your Best Travel Companion

    Your Phrase Book will be your Best Travel Companion
    If you are visiting a non-English speaking country and you don’t speak the lingo, you’re going to need some help along the way. A phrase book contains the most common expressions in a foreign language with their translation. The first known phrase book was published in 1594 so there has been plenty of time to perfect them for today’s traveller...
  9. Ticking Antarctica off your Bucket List

    Ticking Antarctica off your Bucket List
    With its reputation as the coldest, windiest, driest continent on earth, it’s a wonder there have been any travel brochures printed for Antarctica. But plenty of people have a visit there listed on their bucket list and tourism numbers are growing. In 2013-14 37,000 people visited the cold continent. Of these 10,000 travelled in ships in Antarctic waters but didn’t land...
  10. Cycling Guides and Maps

    Cycling Guides and Maps
    The popularity of the treadly has been growing steadily in Western Australia. It seems everyone is getting into cycling. It's not just WA, the cycle paths around the country are bustling with riders from dawn to dark. People cycle as a form of transport, sport and recreation.  During the week, city car parks are full of bikes owned by office...

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