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“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Dr Seuss

Be Star-Strucked ☆゚.*・。゚

New Zealand’s Lake Tekapo is known as a Dark Sky Reserve, one of the best places to view the night sky . It is free of artificial light pollution so the night sky is a canvas for star-gazing. On top of Mt John is an observatory where the Southern Sky is waiting... read more

Monkey Mia

There’s no monkey business in Monkey Mia, but maybe…. a fishy one. Monkey Mia, located in Shark Bay World Heritage Area, Western Australia, is the only place in the world where dolphins come to the shoreline daily. Under the supervision of DEC rangers(Department of... read more

What’s that scent?

Ever wonder why Australian parks smells so good? Eucalyptus tree is native to Australia and there are over 700 species belonging to the family of Myrtaceae. Leaves of eucalyptus are rich in oil which give off a refreshing scent. It is a popular ingredient used in... read more

Pink Lake

A pink lake? Yes you heard us correctly. Hutt Lagoon, located near Port Gregory in Western Australia is a salt water lake formed by a beach barrier ridge and a barrier dune system, separating it from the vast Indian Ocean. The water of the lake is pink due to the... read more
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