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review Australia (Travel guide) 103 ã Discover Australia Feel the wind in your hair as you cruise the world's longest road; tips for driving across this magnificent monster countryFind out where Lonely Planet's favorite Australians would rather beSeek refuge in Cape Tribulation's Wet Tropics where the rainforest greets the seaJoin the dots; hear about AboThe road research 204 maps one possum in a tentWine regions boxed and packaged brilliant food in every state decent coffee every 300kms Visit lonelyplanetcom for reviews daily updates and traveler suggestions. i LOVED this lonely planet it was a huge help when travelling throughout australia great descriptions of hostels once you figure out the system not all hostels are in it especially the smaller mom and pop places so do not be afraid to veer off the pages if you are planning on travelling throughout oz this is a great book to have even though it is heavy

Australia Travel guideThe road research 204 maps one possum in a tentWine regions boxed and packaged brilliant food in every state decent coffee every 300kms Visit lonelyplanetcom for reviews daily updates and traveler suggestions. i LOVED this lonely planet it was a huge help when travelling throughout australia great descriptions of hostels once you figure out the system not all hostels are in it especially the smaller mom and pop places so do not be afraid to veer off the pages if you are planning on travelling throughout oz this is a great book to have even though it is heavy

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Australia (Travel guide) Ü ESeek refuge in Cape Tribulation's Wet Tropics where the rainforest greets the seaJoin the dots; hear about Aboriginal culture from Australia's first people In This Guide 12 intrepid authors over 70 weeks on. Better for those a little further along in their planning than I am when I usually pick up a guidebook A detailed and useful section on Tasmania than the Eyewitness guide free read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Justine Vaisutis

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Justine Vaisutis õ 3 free download Discover Australia Feel the wind in your hair as you cruise the world's longest road; tips for driving across this magnificent monster countryFind out where Lonely Planet's favorite Australians would rather b. I bought this book because I was curious what it'd be like to read a guidebook to my own country as well as because I'd like to travel within Australia I'm a long time user of Lonely Planet guides but since I discovered that you can buy them chapter by chapter for just 5 I rarely buy the full booksI don't like how this book includes so many places that I can't imagine many people wanting to go it'd be better if they gave detail on the best places and left the others out Rick Steves style his guidebooks are the gold standard it's such a pity he only writes Europe guides However I do like that this book covers a few dangerous places like outback tracks I do like reading a bit about places I'll never be brave enough to go I think the coverage of hotelsrestaurantsbars is a bit excessive but I do think that even though this information is better and free online it's good to have some such information within your primary planning source as a price indicator and the hotel prices in this book are good indicators they generally line up with the prices that are actually charged when you find a decent online deal note that this means that if you don't bother to search for a decent deal you will have to pay much than the prices listed in this book particularly if you're unwise enough to travel at peak timesIn this book I found a few destinations I'd like to visit that I hadn't already put on my wishlist I also found a few attractions I'd like to visit in Melbourne a city I've been to uite a few times that I'd never heard of before but that wasn't the case for any of the other cities I'm fairly familiar withThe hotel recommendations in cities I'm familiar with often line up with those I'd make except that they generally exclude chains chains can be a good deal in Australia esp at the budget end where they give a consistent experience than indies The restaurant recommendations also often line up with mine particularity in my home city I'm not sure if this means that I know about most of the good places or if it means that the writers didn't bother to look beyond the popular placesBooks like this take time to put together so there's necessarily some out of date information here one listed place in my home city closed before this book's publication date and many listed places will surely close before the next edition of this book but I don't think that will cause readers too many problems if they supplement this book with information from tripadvisor and google maps