|6 ways to cruise around Australia|
|Australia has a special connection to the water through its many rivers, reefs and harbours. Cruising is an excellent way to discover the country’s iconic aquatic and coastal destinations and experience the Australian way of life. Spot wildlife as your cruise along small inland rivers, or discover small port towns along the coast line with the help of this guide on Australia.com.|
|The Australian Ballet announces 2016 season|
|Inspired by the theme of transformation, The Australian Ballet’s 2016 season features both classic and contemporary works including the Australian premiere of the Nijinsky masterpiece, Coppélia, Swan Lake and Romeo and Juliet. The calendar of events starts in Brisbane this February and travels to Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide throughout the year. Find out more here.|
|Killer Whale Season now on in Western Australia|
|Bremer Canyon is home to the largest pod of Killer Whales in the southern hemisphere with up to 100 killer whales coming out to play in February and March. Join a Killer Whale Expedition which runs daily from Bremer Bay, where you can witness this unique phenomenon and spot other marine animals including seabirds, dolphins, sharks, tuna and seals. Find out more here.|
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
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