Category Archive: Travel

Follow us at our New Twitter Location

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We have just created a new twitter profile at @geokult_travel. If you would like to keep up with travel information and hints, follow us. We are keen to build our networks with other… Continue reading

Nomadic Artists

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The connections between art and travel have been a key part of my love for adventuring to new horizons. Over the years I have participated in festivals, workshops and residencies in places like… Continue reading

Travel Writers as Role Models

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As we are getting our heads around being more serious about travel writing and sharing our experiences of both near and far, I have come across some really great role models. These writers, photographers… Continue reading

No, Canberra Doesn’t Suck!

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One of the great places to find products that have been handmade by local artists, designers and craftspeople is through Handmade Canberra. They have a shopfront located at City Walk, 20 Allara Street in Civic,… Continue reading

Broaden your Horizons

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I recently found this image on Facebook and wanted to share. Many years ago, I found this same quote from the Dalai Lama and I wrote it on a small piece of paper… Continue reading

Canberra Trash and Treasure Market

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Last weekend, we went to the Trash and Treasure Market at Jamison. It was my first time going to the market, as I am usually not awake early enough. Luckily it was the… Continue reading

Spa and Sauna Culture in Australia

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Australia is one of the hottest, driest countries in the world. For that reason, water sports, swimming and going to the beach are popular activities, especially for the 85% of the population that live… Continue reading

Canberra Day Trip to Bungendore

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Bungendore Village is a popular spot for Canberrans to go on the weekend. It is also well-known as a good place for a cup of tea on the way to Bateman’s Bay on… Continue reading

50th Anniversary of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

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Originally posted on Transventure:
Gathering in Reconciliation Place It’s a cool Canberra evening. The famous tee-pee shape of Parliament House dominates the skyline to the south-west and the Australian War Memorial’s red parade ground expands…

Idyllic Canberra Sunday

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Today was pretty much my idea of a perfect Sunday in Canberra. After sleeping in just a little and catching up on some household chores, we headed off to the Old Bus Depot… Continue reading