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365 Places: Rainbow Bay

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 32: Rainbow Bay, Queensland, Australia Today, we return to my home state of Queensland to talk about a place that has some family history. This story is…

365 Places: Rainbow Bay

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Day 32: Rainbow Bay, Queensland, Australia Today, we return to my home state of Queensland to talk about a place that has some family history. This story is a about Rainbow Bay and… Continue reading

Watching the Night Watch in Amsterdam

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Text: © Garry Benson 2013 Images: © Garry Benson 2013 Editor: Tracey Benson I’ve always admired Rembrandt’s wonderful mastery of colour and the shine on metal, and  The Night Watch is perhaps his most famous painting.… Continue reading

365 Places: Korora Beach

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 31: Korora Beach, New South Wales, Australia We are staying at Korora Beach for a week, hence the posts about the mid-north coast of New South Wales.…

365 Places: Korora Beach

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Day 31: Korora Beach, New South Wales, Australia We are staying at Korora Beach for a week, hence the posts about the mid-north coast of New South Wales. After doing some research, we… Continue reading

365 Places: Emerald Beach

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Day 30: Emerald Beach, News South Wales, Australia Emerald Beach is a place that is true to its name – it is a gem. Here you can find beautiful beaches that are safe… Continue reading

365 Places: Sandgate

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
Day 27: Sandgate, Queensland, Australia Upper Esplanade and bay views, Sandgate, ca. 1907Image Credit: pictureqld.slq.qld.gov.au/ If you happened to be standing at Woody Point on the Redcliffe Peninsula…

Profile: Garry Benson

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Garry Benson is a regular contributor on Geokult Travel and has posted about some of his wonderful travel experiences, plus offering some great advice on how to improve your photographic skills.   We… Continue reading

Turning Tables – Nice Nod from the Bendigo Advertiser

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When I wrote an article for my friend Sue Walker’s play Turning Tables, I was keen to share that I was not a theatre reviewer by any means. However, I was just a bit… Continue reading

365 Places: Bellingen

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Day 29: Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia Today, we wandered over to Bellingen, a lovely village about 20 minutes south of Coff’s Harbour. It is known for being a beautiful location as well… Continue reading