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Sydney to Armidale

Planning a road trip from Sydney to Armidale? The driving distance from Sydney to Armidale is 585 km (6.5 hours) which makes it ideal for a day trip for a weekend excursion to this beautiful part of New South Wales. There are two alternative ways of travelling between Sydney and Armidale. The shortest way is to take New England Highway 15 which starts near the city of Newcastle and passes through laid backcountry towns of Scone, Singleton and Tamworth. These are midsize agricultural towns and popular for dairy, horse breeding and cattle production. New England region of NSW attracted early settlers around the 1820s and enjoyed a boom during Gold mining days. 

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Sydney to Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay is 200 km south of Sydney. A remarkable, beach area Jervis is popular for whitest sands and blue water. This destination attracts a large number of tourist from Sydney as well as other cities in NSW.  Jervis is a great stopover for visitors travelling from Sydney to Melbourne via Princess Highway. With easy road access and campgrounds available near the beaches, Jervis is ideal for a weekend break. You can explore the Shoalhaven region on your way from Sydney which is popular for lakes and beautiful beaches.  Wollongong, Kiama, Berry and Mollymook are other interesting places to stop on the way to Jervis. 

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Southern Highlands NSW

Total Driving Distance: 300 km Loop

Areas covered: Sydney to Mittagong, Kangaroo Valley, Berry, Kiama, Wollongong and Sydney

A one or two day trip is ideal to explore southern highlands in NSW. From Sydney drive on M5 towards Canberra. M5 merges into Hume Highway. Exit for Mittagong from Hume Highway. Mittagong is a beautiful town with a couple of nice cafes and restaurants in the main shopping areas. This place gets quite crowded over the weekends as it attracts visitors from nearby areas. Mittagong has some nice wineries including Artemis WinesBou-Saada Wines and Howards Lane Vineyard. A man-made Lake Alexandra feeds into nearby Nattai river. You can explore a couple of lookouts to have a bird's eye view of Southern Highlands. Some of the popular spots are Mount Gibraltar Lookout and Bowral Lookout. 

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MBK is one of the largest shopping centres located right next to Siam Square. MBK is easily accessible by SIAM Square Train Station. Skywalk connects MBK to the rest of the shopping centres so it is really easy to walk around.

There are eight floors catering to various type of shops and services. You can find reasonably priced clothing, handbags, travel gear, decorations and jewellery. Top floors have stalls for T-Shirts and clothing. Make sure you bargain for the price as some of the things are quite cheap and you will end up buying a lot more than you plan. 

Make sure you get your "Tourist Discount Card" on the ground floor. This way you can get 5-30% discount on certain products. 

Do not rush to shop as there is plenty of choices. Make sure you have compared prices and explored various floors to get the best deal and variety in clothing and other products you are looking to buy.

There is a food court on the 5th floor. You will be required to get coupons that can be exchanged for food. A Muslim prayers room is located on the 6th floor close to the lifts/stairs. 


Gold Coast is undoubtedly the most visited location in Australia. With amazing weather all throughout the year and amazing theme parks for kids, it is the must destination for schoolies in Australia as well as families during the school holidays. 

Gold coast is surfers mecca providing amazing weather and the beach lifestyle. Currumbin and the Snapper Rocks "Superbank" is said to have one of the world's longest point breaks. 

Greenmount Beach in Coolangatta is a great beach for families. Indulge in beach activities including playing volley beach near Cavill Avenue. There is an open ocean beach on The Spit

A conservative estimate from the tourism department quotes a figure of 12million tourist visiting Gold coast every year bringing in in excess of $4 billion in tourism expenditure. The area has more than 14,000 rooms available in all price ranges. 

If you are planning ahead of time you can find amazing travel packages Cheap Deals on accommodation and great discounts on tours. 

There is simply too much to be seen. The beaches extend for thousands of miles and you can stop over and find quality accommodation along the coast. Research your destination well before you plan your trip. Here are some of the most sought after location in Gold Coast. Some of the top places for a family holiday are 

Surfers Paradise

This is the signature location of the Gold Coast with some of the best resorts, hotels, and holiday apartments. The location has an amazing touristy vibe to it and reminds you of the beaches of Pattaya and Phuket, but only a lot cleaner. There is plenty of vertical development along the coast and you can see high-rises with luxury apartments. With the growing number of tourists throughout the years, Surfers Paradise has become the heart and soul of touristy activities. The first hotel in the area was built here in the 1930s.

South Stradbroke Island

Very popular fishing area and hosts many day tours this region offer some of the most amazing peaceful spots as car are not permitted on Stadbroke Island. You can find a wide range of accommodation including campgrounds, cottages, bungalows and luxury villas. In a couple of years, most of the area in Stradbroke Island will be protected area providing sanctuary to a wide range of birds, flora and fauna. 

 

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