Whether you want to climb the Sydney
Harbour Bridge, scuba dive along the Great Barrier Reef or take a
romantic train ride on the Great South Pacific Express (Australia's
answer to the fabled Orient Express), Australia has it
If you travel to Western Australia,
make sure you visit the Shark Bay World Heritage area and the Monkey
Mia where nearly every day a pod of bottle nosed dolphins comes to
call. Visitors can interact with the dolphins who often stay for
an hour or more. This are is also known for its long stretches
of beautiful beaches that offer spectacular diving and snorkeling.
Many folks do not know that Australia
makes wines that rival those of Napa Valley in the U.S.
They are affordable, and a fun trip for wine lovers is to visit the
vineyards in Southern Australia. Yes, Australians still love
their beer, but wine production has taken hold here, and Hunter Valley
is one of the world's top wine producing regions.
And you don't want to miss Sydney, with
its world famous Harbour. Take a day cruise to get a good
feeling of how the city is laid out. Check out Doyles Restaurant
and then go shopping at The Rocks where you will find lots of shops
and boutiques. For the strong of heart, climb to the top of
Sydney Harbour Bridge. After descending you may need a drink at
one of Sydney's pubs. Try the Lord Nelson, the oldest pub in
town, built in 1836. To top off your time in this
world-class city enjoy an evening at the magnificent Sydney Opera
If you love adventure, you'll love
Australia. If you love Australia, you ought to consider retiring
here. Expatriates who have chosen this Land Down Under for their
golden years rave about its friendly people and low
cost-of-living. Isn't it time to check out the possibility of an
Imagine waking up to a
new life in New Zealand....
Clean, fresh, green, uncrowded and reminiscent of a
time when things cost less, the pace of life was slower, and people
seemed friendlier to one another. A New Zealand lifestyle is more
possible than you may think.
Isn't it time you stopped wondering, wishing and
hoping? Come to New Zealand.