Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Celebrate the New Year with holiday fun

Not felt, the end of the year is seen in front of the eyes. Do you miss it? Take advantage of the long holiday with the kids to celebrate the joy and close this year with unforgettable moments, for example by exploring Australia.

The end of your tour can be started with a stopover in Melbourne or the so-called "Garden State" because it has a lot of parks than any other city. Enjoy a city tour to visit Captain Cook's Cottage, presented by Sir Russell Grimwade the anniversary of the Victorian-100. The building was erected to commemorate the British navigator, Captain James Cook and is located in Fitzory Garden.

After enjoying the old architecture decorate the city, you can see Tangalooma holidays, enjoying the refreshing outdoors. Once there, follow the 4WD Safari Tour Sand and Sand Tobogganing. If possible, take the children to attend Feeding Dolphin to see firsthand and close to the dolphins.

Joy of children will continue when the adventure towards the Gold Coast. Take time to play at Movie World, a movie theme park attractions draw. Visit the Dream World that is also an opportunity to see animals such as typically Australian koalas and kangaroos.

Been to Australia, not complete if you have not been to Sydney to Bondi Beach tracing. Do not forget also interesting sights and iconic Opera House is an opera house have unique architecture, with a capacity of over 6,000 seats. After lunch, you are invited to enjoy Highlights Cruise Sydney with a cruise around the bay.

The capital city is also presenting a museum, complete with artifacts of ancient relics. There is also a Paddy's Market which may be an option you wander in Australia.

Ho celebration of the new year in Australia will be more memorable and unforgettable experience themselves with fanfare and fireworks party with his cheerful on the road around the harbor. Make sure the end of the year is closed with fun with family before returning breast new day next year. Let's vacation and spend the seconds late in Australia.

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