According to the Commonwealth Games committee, many Australians are excelling at international and national sports for having extensive goal achieving passion. They are enthusiastic, dedicated, and devoted when it comes to getting the targeted scores in outdoor sports.
Australia is a country which has given birth to loads of sportsmen and sportswomen in the recent years and its 26% population is registered as sport participants and contestants . . . → Read More: Australia is still a nations of sportspeople
Just to the north of Perth in Western Australia is the small town of Lancelin. Situated right on the sea it is renowned for windsurfing, fishing and its fantastic sand dunes. Lancelin Island, a big island just out to sea, blocks most of the wind and so the sea is relatively calm, making it ideal for windsurfing and kite surfing.
The beaches are lovely and absolutely safe . . . → Read More: Little known Lancelin is a windsurfers delight
As the rays from the sun re-emerge from behind the shadow of the moon, the world’s first solar eclipse marathon will begin. The tropical seaside village of Port Douglas in Queensland, Australia will host 2000 runners and their friends and families in the largest event ever seen in the region.
Two thousand runners will be poised and waiting on the pristine Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas, . . . → Read More: The World’s First Solar Eclipse Marathon
As you may have guessed, Surfers Paradise is a shoreline city where water sports rule and beaches abound. There is over 70km of white sandy beaches along Surfers Paradise in Queensland, Australia that are lined with basins and tidal waters making it the perfect location for a day in the sun on a surf board.
The best time to head to Surfers Paradise is between October and . . . → Read More: Surfers Paradise
The Great Barrier Reef is found in the Coral Sea just off the coast of Queensland fittingly since the reef is the largest coral reef system in the world.
The Great Barrier Reef extends over 3,000km and is made up of 900 islands and more than 2,900 individual reefs and covers over 344,400 square kilometres. In fact, the Great Barrier Reef is so large that it can . . . → Read More: The Great Barrier Reef