6 Steps To Pub Golfing – An Exciting Way To Play Golf!

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Pub golf – an exciting, funny and potentially brutal game of drinking. This game is also known as bar golf and very popular among pub crawls. Pub golf is no way related to the conventional golf game where there is no long fairway with the glint of green, smacking a small white dimpled ball with a lump of metal rod and sending it to the air to make it fly for a long way and run after it. Pub golf surely made of keeping in mind the conventional golf game but it’s a typical drinking game which can be enjoyed by a group of friends and can have lots of fun.

Pub golf is a very simple game and can be played at anytime such as a birthday party, bachelor’s party or on any other occasion. Specially playing this game in the summer afternoons are very popular. Although this game is to make a great fun time with friends but it also has some basic rules based on which you can make a pub golf game that suits your tastes.

Basic idea of pub golf game – The whole idea of playing pub golf game is to travel around 18 different pubs or bars where each pubs or bar is considered as a ‘golf hole’. The pubs to be visited need to decide upon at least a day before the game will be played and need to be mapped out into a proper route. Among the 18 pubs one pub has to be the club house. Each pub (hole) has a per assigned to it and the value assigned to each pub can range from one to five.

Here are the important rules mentioned below:

1. A proper schedule needs to make before starting the game in order to organize and finish the game in time. Maximum time for each hole should not be more than 30 minutes.

2. Par value correspond the type of drinks and the number of mouthfuls to finish your drink. Here is an example below:
* Par 1 – shooter
* Par 2 – A glass of wine (red or white)
* Par 3 – A bottle of beer (any)
* Par 4 – A pint of beer (any)
* Par 5 – A pint of cold apple.
A good range of drinks should be added including some non-alcoholic drinks like water, orange juice, lime and lemonade, etc. However which drinks to be used should be decided before the game starts.

3. Scoring is done on the basis of sips or gulps taken to finish a drink which is designated as par. The aim is to make the lowest final score to win the game.

4. Drink substitution is allowed with a penalty which is double measure of shot. The number of shots taken for the penalty drink must be added to the score for the hole.

5. A score card should be maintained properly with the additional record of drink substitution, jokers and any …

Careers Faq

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More careers questions please visit : JobQnA.com

A Stay At Home Mom whom wishes superfluous legal income from home!?
I really need me a job to do from home. I enjoy basic Internet skills, and I am new to the Internet. I would similar to to do an job that has no start up cost. I enjoy searched all over the Internet, and it is so intricate to find a job to do. I would like to acquire paid for the work that I do. I don’t want to advertise or do any style of selling at all. I am a newbie when it comes to the Internet, so I would not know all the precise things. Please help me find a job that will wages me by check or Paypal. I really need something easy to do, and I can’t afford any high-ranking start up costs either. I don’t want to have to converse to others in person or on the phone any. I just want an steady income that does not involve me being adjectives day on the computer. If you know of any thing that can lend a hand me, please tell me. Thanks!

A trade from the comfort of home ? ?
can anybody give me some advice on how to acquire a appropriate job- while being able to stay at home ? i would approaching to be able to bring in a clothed income by working from home..circumstances are: i have six children, one of whom is being home instructed -unable to attend school-due to human being laid up from an injury. it is near impossible for me to get a babysitter ( or a ‘nurse’) and i get the impression that i need to be the person kind for them. Also, i have a bone disease that pretty much keeps me within pain & unable to do serious encyclopaedia labor. If anyone knows of a good ‘home base career’, any suggestions would help. Thanks.

A trade where on earth I can make available wager on?
I’m in high college now and I’ve decided that I want to travel into a career where I can comfort people and make a clothed amount of money. Both factors are important. Helping other general public makes me feel well-mannered and all my parents do is argue about how we don’t hold much money..I don’t want my life to be only just about that. Are there any careers that fit that criteria and what would I hold to do to go into them? &&Please don’t suggest anything in the medical pasture.

A unbelievably unprofessional point to do:?
Get this: My mom owns a hair salon and day spa here. Its not resembling a bunch of them, just one. The name of it is Changes Hair Salon and Day Spa. This foreign business just opened and it is call Changes Hair Salon and Beauty supply. Thats just cheap. I guess that person saw my mom’s business contained by the annual …

Indian Life and Landscape by Western Artists

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New Delhi: National Gallery of Modern Art in collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, presents Indian Life and Landscape by Western Artists, an exhibition of more than ninety paintings and drawings from the V&A 1790 – 1927, at National Gallery of Modern Art, Jaipur House, New Delhi from October 27, 2009 to December 6, 2009.


The exhibition is a collection from London’s Victoria and Albert Museum which shows rare and interesting watercolours, sketches, aquatints, lithographs and engravings by European artists who visited India between 18h to 20th century.

Says Prof Rajeev Lochan, Director, NGMA: “The first visual representations of India by western artists were of imaginary landscapes and settings. They were based on the written accounts of travelers to India from across Europe. It was only after professional European artists began to travel to India that they painted, for the first time, scenes based on direct observation. Their passionate interest in this new and exciting land led to the creation of a comprehensive pictorial record of India, in a visual style familiar to western audiences.”

India’s spectacular architecture, the immense natural beauty of her landscapes, and the great diversity of her people have inspired many artists world over. The exhibition is divided into four sections showcasing the works of various schools of art. The exhibit begins with a ‘Picturesque’ tour of India through dramatic pictures of splendid forts, temples, and palaces. The second section showcases works by amateur artists who were captivated by the landscape and architecture of India. Many of these amateurs were East India Company employees, who transferred to canvas their personal experiences. The third section is dedicated to the Romanticism of Indian art that depicts striking, decorative paintings entirely from the imagination. For instance, on view is a panoramic view of the Taj Mahal, paintings of busy street scenes, majestic princes, and doe-eyed nautch girls. The fourth section, based on realism, documents the social life and people engaged in various professions during that time.

SECTION 1: A PICTURESQUE TOUR OF INDIA

From the mid-eighteenth century, professional European artists began to turn to India for their inspiration. They were attracted by the opportunity to explore unfamiliar lands, to make their fortune, and to further their reputation.

The beginning of The Picturesque, a major literary and aesthetic movement in England led to a revolution in western art and promoted a particular way of observing and depicting landscapes. A typical picturesque scene included elements of roughness and irregularity, the inclusion of old ruined buildings or impressive architectural structures added variety and created an evocative atmosphere. India offered an infinite range of subjects to depict in this manner. The picturesque tradition of the 18th century helped create the order, balance and serenity of the magnificent aquatints of Indian scenery and architecture created by artists such as Thomas and William Daniell. The uncle-nephew duo traveled widely in India, painting magnificent buildings that have now crumbled to dust. Hence, these paintings are a priceless record. Ruins of

Psychics on TV – Are Mediums on Television Real? (My Personal Experience May Surprise You)

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Arе рѕусhісѕ оn TV real, оr јuѕt рrеtеnd? Are rеаlіtу ѕhоwѕ thаt focus оn thе lіvеѕ оf рѕусhіс mеdіumѕ аn ассurаtе portrayal оf what іt’s lіkе tо асtuаllу BE рѕусhіс, оr аrе thеу ѕtrісtlу fоr entertainment? And іѕ іt асtuаllу possible tо gеt а rеаdіng frоm оnе оf those реорlе, оr dо thеу simply “реrfоrm” fоr thе рublіс ONLY whеn thе саmеrаѕ аrе оn? In thіѕ аrtісlе wе аrе gоіng tо tаkе а quick аnd іnѕіghtful lооk аt рѕусhіс рrоgrаmmіng іn thе mеdіа, аnd I’ll ѕhаrе mу оwn personal experience wіth а сеlеbrіtу rеаdеr аѕ wеll. Curious tо knоw more? Cоntіnuе rеаdіng аѕ wе tаkе а сlоѕеr lооk іmmеdіаtеlу bеlоw!

Fіlеd Undеr: Psychic Pеrѕоnаlіtіеѕ аnd thе Publіс

To ѕау thаt thе bесоmіng а сеlеbrіtу рѕусhіс іѕ GOOD fоr buѕіnеѕѕ іѕ аn undеrѕtаtеmеnt! TV tаlk shows, book dеаlѕ, infomercials, mоvіеѕ аnd mаіnѕtrеаm media еxроѕurе аnd nоw reality programming hаvе mаdе thе аrt аnd ѕсіеnсе оf bеіng рѕусhіс а BIG business indeed. Fоr thаt reason, іt’ѕ nо surprise thаt ѕо mаnу ѕо called psychics grаvіtаtе tо thе рublіс ѕtаgе, аѕ іt can take an obscure lосаl reader аnd turn hіm (or hеr) іntо an оvеrnіght celebrity sensation, аnd mаkе іt hарреn іn а hurrу.

Does that mean that аll TV psychics аnd mеdіumѕ аrе as gооd as аdvеrtіѕеd?

Abѕоlutеlу NOT. Aѕ а mаttеr оf fасt, as а wrіtеr, rеѕеаrсhеr аnd рublіѕhеr оf рѕусhіс іnfоrmаtіоn, I thіnk I hаvе а bit оf а unіquе реrѕресtіvе on thіѕ vеrу thіng. I’vе hаd ѕеvеrаl readings with well knоwn іntuіtіvеѕ we all ѕее on TV, аnd рrеttу muсh wіthоut fаіl, thеу’vе bееn vеrу dіѕарроіntіng.

Mаnу TV psychics have been studied bу dіffеrеnt ореn minded оrgаnіzаtіоnѕ whо ѕсіеntіfісаllу ѕurvеу thеѕе ѕоrtѕ оf роwеrѕ аnd personalities, аnd mаnу оf thе most well knоwn readers have scored thе lowest іn thеѕе tests, as соmраrеd tо lesser knоwn psychics whо are оftеn оnlу knоwn lосаllу whеrе they live. (but are vеrу, vеrу good nonetheless!)

Aѕ а mаttеr оf fact, whіlе I wоn’t name nаmеѕ іn thіѕ аrtісlе, уеаrѕ ago I traveled tо see a very well knоwn TV psychic реrѕоnаlіtу, аnd ѕреnt much time, money and effort tо mаkе thе rеаdіng happen. (as this particular psychic wаѕ booked fоr сlоѕе tо 2 years іn аdvаnсе when I “pulled some strings” tо gеt thе appointment)

Suffice it tо ѕау, nоt оnlу did thе rеаdіng соѕt mе сlоѕе tо $2000 іn cost and travel еxреnѕеѕ (with thе discount I wаѕ given fасtоrеd іn!) thе rеаdіng wаѕ ѕо bаd… I wаѕ асtuаllу еmbаrrаѕѕеd fоr bоth of uѕ. Thеrе іѕ nоthіng wоrѕе than ѕіttіng across frоm someone whо іѕ nоt only NOT getting аnуthіng rіght, thе information іѕ so WRONG that it ѕtаrtѕ to gеt unforgettable ѕауіng “no, that dоеѕn’t quіtе fіt”.

Sоmе nоtаblе еxсерtіоnѕ?

Again, wіthоut gіvіng nаmеѕ, I recently ѕаw a very well known psychic mеdіum and аuthоr well known fоr hіѕ fаmоuѕ TV show, and hіѕ many mаіnѕtrеаm media appearances. While it was in a ѕmаll group ѕеttіng, the reading was …

How to Make the Perfect Omelet

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The elusive perfect omelet. Humankind has searched for the paragon of fried egg mixture since the invention of pots and pans. You are one of the lucky ones…you have stumbled upon this article.

You see, I am the master omelet maker. I have no degree in chef-hood, nor have I slaved in any retail kitchen since my pizza oven days. But I make a mean omelet. Omelette too. Guess how you spell it depends on where you’re from. Folks travel far and wide for a serving of my tasty egg concoctions. My neighbors have been known to show up at my door on Sunday mornings with a plate in their hand.

Anyway, the secret is yours for the taking. I will give you a list of what you will need AND take you step by step through the entire process. All you have to do is apply the lessons learned here and then spread the word. Very soon, humankind will have attained perfect omelette-hood. And then, my life’s work will be finished.

Your quest for the perfect omelet will require tools and ingredients. Since I am sharing all my secrets as an omelet master, I would be remiss if I didn’t list them for you or if I left anything out.

Please gather these items first:

1) A Stove/Range…You probably knew this was important, but some folks try to cook omelets on open fires. I couldn’t begin tell you how hard it is to control your heat using an open fire and, as you will soon read, heat is one of my secrets.

2) Shedd’s Spread Country Crock Margarine…Yep. No butter. I believe that the taste of this spread is just mild enough not to overpower the taste of your omelet. Real butter has too strong of a taste.
This is my secret ingredient.

3) Eggs…Jumbo. I prefer 4 or 5 egg omelets. What can I say? I like to eat.

4) One No Stick Surface Frying Pan…If you do it my way, your omelet will be half as big as the cooking surface of the pan. Plan accordingly.

5) The stuffing…Cheese is a must. If you can’t eat cheese, well, I understand. You can actually put just about anything in an omelet. I prefer ham and cheese. Veggies work well too.

6) A spatula…must be metal and must be thin. THIN. You are trying to unstick cooking egg from metal without breaking or tearing said egg. Thick plastic doesn’t work.

7) A Bowl and a Fork…Ever mix raw eggs together in your hand? Neither have I.

Now that we have all our tools and ingredients together…let’s get cooking:

First, turn on your burner. HIgh setting right now is okay because we are going to melt the Shedds Spread Country Crock (hereafter known as SSCC) first. Get a nice big old hunk of SSCC and put in your pan. Let it melt some and then pick up your pan and swirl it around the entire cooking surface AND a little …

PROFILE QUESTIONNAIRE

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1. Name: Becky James

2. Age: 25

3. Based at: Yate, Bristol

4. What Academic qualifications did you achieve? BSc in Animal Science at The University of Nottingham and currently studying for an MSc in Equine Science at The Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester.

5. What inspired you to choose your career path? Not sure really!

6. How did you become involved with your company? I researched steaming hay for my MSc thesis using a Propress Equine HAYGAIN and so met the directors of the company through my lecturer Dr Meriel Moore-Colyer.

7. Describe what the company does? Propress Equine manufactures the unique hay steamer HAYGAIN; it is a new division of the company Propress Ltd who are world leaders in steam appliances.

8. How many years have you worked there? I’ve been working for them since September 2008.

9. What is your favourite part of your job? The variety and meeting lots of interesting people.

10. How long does it take you to travel to work? I’m mainly based at home so most days I don’t need to travel but I travel to our head office in London and to meet clients around the country.

11. How long have you been riding? I got my first pony when I was 6 so about 19 years!

12. What made you take up riding? My parents bought a pony to occupy me and my sister on our farm as children but I don’t think they anticipated I would get as hooked as I have!

13. What level of riding are you currently at? My advanced horse is currently recovering from injury so I am only competing my younger horse at medium/advanced medium at the moment.

14. Do you train anyone? If so who? Local pony and riding clubs and a couple of private people but not a huge amount as I am too busy with work and my own horses.

15. How many horses do you have on your yard? 7

16. Do you have a favourite horse – past or present Westhill’s Wreann (Ruby) my first “proper” dressage horse; we have progressed up through the levels together and I fulfilled my ambition to ride in top hat and tails which, when I first bought her, seemed a million miles away! She is full of character and so much fun.

17. What made you decide to settle on dressage as your preferred equestrian discipline? When I was 11, I won the Badminton amateur dressage championships; from then on I was sure it was what I wanted to do, and the more top level dressage I watched the more convinced I became!

18. Is there a title that you would like to win? The Nationals.

19. What is your biggest achievement in life so far? Good question; probably winning the Young Rider section at an U25’s International in Scotland which was also my first competitive outing at PSG level and I got to try out my top hat and tails!

20. Do you …

3 Main Reasons Why Women Cheat

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Were you betrayed by the one you love? Yet despite all the pain she caused, you still want to get your girl back. That sounds familiar, it’s very hard to let go of someone you love. But if infidelity is the cause of the breakup, it’s not enough to get her back. This time, you need to make her stay.

How do you do that? By finding out the very reasons women cheat in relationships. Learn from them and avoid future heartbreaks.

Revenge

Did she ever get the impression that you were cheating on her? Because if she was, then she may have felt that a little justice is in order. Some women are unwilling to sit back anymore, to stand in the background hoping that things will be right again. No more submissive, Ms Nice Girl. This time, it’s an eye for an eye.

Not desirable enough?

Did you ever give her enough compliments, pay attention to her, make her feel beautiful and special? Because women need that, they need to feel that their partner needs them and desire them. If they don’t, if someone else can give them the admiration, then they may be tempted enough to lean towards that direction.

If some other guy can make them feel special, then their longing for such admiration can be overwhelming. They’ll seek the desire and love that may lack in your relationship. If she feels lonely because you’re not giving her enough attention, then she may find attention somewhere else.

Boredom

If you’re trying to get your girl after she cheated, it’s best to take a look at your relationship. Were you truly happy together? Or did you lose that spark, the passion you once felt and now it’s all monotonous.

One of the reasons why women cheat is because the relationship has lost its excitement. Boredom took its toll, everything is just so…predictable. Affairs seem exciting because you get to sneak around, it’s even better if can get away with it.

When you get your girl back, try new things so your relationship wouldn’t be monotonous. It doesn’t have to be extreme, but you can try more activities together or even make travel plans for weekends.…

Benefits of a Career in Sales

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If becoming financial independence is what you have been striving for, there are 3 ways by which you are able to accumulate that wealth:

(1) Starting a business,

(2) Investing in Stocks or properties and

(3) Having a career in sales.

Starting a business requires a large sum of initial capital, and is considered high risk in nature.Accordingly to a statistical research from Entrepreneur Weekly done in July 2013, 1 in 4 businesses failed within the first year of starting up, and 50% of businesses in all industry failed within the first 4 years. A business owner needed an entrepreneur spirit and strong determination to pull through in times of difficulties in order to succeed. Similarly, investment requires a large capital to have significant returns.

The third viable option would be to have a career in sales. Below are some of the advantages that a sales job has got to offer:

Income potential – A sales job offers such a high income potential that few other professions can provide. While a typical employee received a fix monthly salary, a sales representative earn commissions based on his performance. The more sales you can close, the higher will be your pay check and bonus, which means the sky is the limit. Sales is a highly rewarding career provided you know how to do your job well.

Flexible hours – You will have flexible working hours as a salesperson and are fully in control of your own time. You plan your own schedule and decide what you will be doing for the day as you deemed appropriate. As long as you delivered the results that is expected of you, you are free to do what you want. Of course, with this freedom it requires a strong self-descipline and time management skills on your part in order to excel at your job.

Important soft skills – Working in sales allow you to develop important soft skillsets that are very useful in your future career path. A salesperson learned to be confident and present a professional image in front of clients. He will possess good communication skills that allow him to interact well and build good relationship with other people. A good salesperson will also learn how to accept rejections, and over time develop valuable attributes such as the determination and perseverance to overcome challenges and difficulties.

Job security – Sales and revenues are the life-blood of maintaining a business. In times of difficultes, there is only so much to cut costs and expenses, but without sales, a business will find it hard to continue to survive. Knowing this, a good salesperson who can sell well can never be redundant. A sales professional who are able to demonstrate a good track record of successes is well sought after by all companies in most industries, and he will seldom find himself out of a job.

Interesting job scope – A salesperson will have an interesting work, as he gets to travel to different places and meet …

Are All Indian Religion And Rituals Worth Following

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Every Indian is different in their religions and they devote their life to several Gods in the form of praying and singing religious songs. This devotion gives the form of rituals to practices with their Gods images and sculptures.  Since, India is known as a holy land as it is the birth place of Gods, belongs to different religions.  To get harmony of soul, there are many pilgrimage tours designed. It is a secular country with different cultured people who follow different religions. India consists of mainly five religions which are Hinduism, Buddhism, Muslims, Christians and Sikhism which are originated in India and these different religions and their temples exist in harmony and peace.

 

People across the world visit this holy land where all the Indian rituals take place. According to the tourists beliefs they travel to those pilgrimage destinations.  Millions of devotees visit India to get the spiritual power from pilgrimage places in India. India known as a colorful country has Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, Muslim and Christian pilgrimage tours.

 

In ancient times kings used to worship Gods and built religious temples sculpted with their God’s images. These Indian Temples symbolizes the devotion and richness of their ruler to rule on the people. Every temple in India has some story or myths behind it. There are almost thousands of temples in India dedicated to every God or Goddess. Like amaranth temple for Hindus, Dilwara Jain Temple for Jainism, Golden Temple for Sikhs, Ajanta Ellora Cave for Buddhism, Ajmer Sharif for Islamic and many more. Beside these there are many more religious places in every corner of India where you can find the peace.

 

These temples not only give religious devotions but reveal its beauty. It shows the finest art work and skills of craftsmanship in stone carving, metal statues, painting and idol making. You can see every Indian Religion has its own art to lend uniqueness in the culture and religion.

 

India has become the tourist places for its well known Indian Religions and cultures because it is the place of real cultural diversity. Festivals hear are celebrated with great enthusiasm, fun and gaiety with different delicious Indian cuisines of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. It is known for its spiritual land because it is the mixture of religion, culture, food, languages and so on. These regional territories play an important role in distinguishing ethnic groups in cultural and social identities. These religions of Hinduism, Islamic, Christians, Jainism and Sikhism enjoy the freedom of worshiping their Gods.

 

Tourists visit India to enjoy different festivals and fair along with twenty two different languages.  Virtually festivals are celebrated every day or every month of the year as compared to other countries. and each festival whether it is Holi, Diwali, Id-ul-Zuha, Dushera, Gurunanak’s Birthday or Christmas are celebrated by all the religions in unity and peace.

 

At last, we conclude, by saying that India is famous country known for its major religions like Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Zoroastrianism, Animism and Buddhism with numerous collections …

Why should you study English in Australia?

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There are many choices of country when it comes to choosing an English language course. Why should you study English in Australia?

To get the most out of your English learning experience you need excellent teaching, high quality materials, and access to the latest technology and high speed internet. You want to study English in a country with a strong economy and stable political situation. You want to study in an industry that looks after international students. You also want to immerse yourself in the language, through unique, fun, and interesting experiences. Australia offers all of these things.

The curricula of English language courses in Australia are modern and cutting edge; the teachers are highly qualified (to maintain accreditation, ELICOS colleges must ensure teachers meet strict requirements); and the telecommunications system is second to none (Australians are some of the fastest uptakers of new technology in the world!).

The high-quality English language schools in Brisbane, for example, offer a wide range of courses, including IELTS exam preparation , Cambridge FCE, CAE and BEC exam preparation and courses like English + Surfing. The national organisation English Australia provides regular opportunities for teachers to develop professionally which ensures they are improving constantly and aware of latest research into language learning.

Australia has one of the best ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) and ESL education sectors in the world. It is carefully regulated by the Australian government with strict standards for colleges to follow. Last month, the Australian government published a report called ‘ Studying in Australia ‘ which discussed the views of students, agents and parents in six different countries about studying in Australia. Compared to other popular destinations for international students, “Australia’s student visa costs, tuition costs, living expenses and demonstrated minimum level of funds needed to apply for a visa were the same or lower.” You can read the report here:http://www.aei.gov.au/research/Publications/Documents/Perceptions of studying in Australia.pdf

Recently, the government has conducted a thorough review of the international student visa program and has announced a number of changes that will make it even easier for students to enter Australia to study at an English language school . Some of these will come into effect on November 5 2011 – you can find out the details here:http://www.immi.gov.au/students/_pdf/stage-one-knight-review-changes-fact-sheet.pdf. More changes will take effect in mid-2012 and together they will make Australia an even more attractive destination for students who want to study English.

Australia also has a wealth of opportunities for travel and experiences – there’s something for everyone! We’ve a range of different climates and landscapes: hot, dry desert; warm, humid rainforest; stunning coastal scenery. Try diving on the Great Barrier Reef, visiting Uluru and the red centre, climbing the iconic Harbour Bridge, driving along the Great Ocean Road or exploring World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park just for starters! Visit our world-renowned wine-growing regions – the Barossa Valley, Margaret River, the Coonawarra. Check out the theme parks on the Gold Coast – Dreamworld, Seaworld, or Movieworld. Meet some of our …