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“CHOCOLATE YOGA,” reads the poster. “Explore the mystery.” It’s selling a mix of kundalini yoga and ritualistic Mayan hot-cocoa consumption at a pop-up... Read More

Sydney enchants during the winter months, because it's summer Down Under. The city is marked by endless sunshine, sea breezes, and balmy evenings—but it... Read More

This article originally appeared on ew.com. ... Read More

With summer still in full swing in the southern hemisphere, it's no surprise that well-being is front-of-mind when the New Year rolls around in... Read More

Every year, Christmas Island—a remote Australian island in the Indian Ocean—is overrun by bright red crabs. Forty million fire engine-colored... Read More

The geography of Australia is spectacularly diverse. And, with just 24 million people occupying an area the size of the United States, there is no... Read More

It’s no secret why certain sights become famous, and their perennial crowds underscore their enduring allure. But every once in a while, it’s worth... Read More

Everybody has those iconic vacation photos posing by major attractions the world over—jumping in front of a famous sky-high landmark, balancing in tree... Read More

This article originally appeared on fwx.com. ... Read More

There's nothing wrong with Sydney's most famous attractions—in fact, no trip would be complete without a ferry ride around the harbor and an ice-cream... Read More

Each year, the planning starts months in advance. It's practically mandatory, when you're talking about eight tons of pyrotechnics being set off during... Read More

Santa usually arrives dashing through the snow in a sleigh pulled by a slew of reindeer, right? Not in Melbourne, where the high temperatures play havoc... Read More

Sydney is undeniably beautiful, but it's also maddeningly spread-out and, in places, incredibly tourist-heavy. Ticking off the guide-book "must-dos"... Read More

For those without the funds, time, and/or energy to make it to Australia's Symbio Wildlife Park, don't fret! The indescrible joy of seeing its ... Read More

In Sydney’s formerly blighted Chippendale district, an unusual sound installation is telling the story of the neighborhood’s past—from inside a hotel... Read More

Melbourne is a town of artists and dreamers, writers and thinkers, and while it’s still possible to grab a plush toy koala or a t-shirt splashed with a... Read More

Swimming is synonymous with vacationing in Australia. But swimming in the famous Sydney Harbour can be risky due to the bull sharks that feed in its... Read More

Wanting to travel is never the problem; finding the time and the money often can be, though. But in these days of flash sales and incentives,... Read More

At the moment, $25 converts to about AU$35, and while that’s not a stack of cash, there are plenty of free and inexpensive amusements to keep the... Read More

In 2013, after a year of product-testing, Australian sisters Emma Henderson and Victoria Beattie rolled out their round towel design (the "Roundie") in... Read More

Thai restaurants have been a part of Sydney’s culinary landscape for decades, most of them serving the same standard-issue curries and overly... Read More

This year marks the 21st birthday of 1994's cult favorite The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and to fête the occasion, Broken... Read More

Dubbed as the "world's biggest selfie service," GIGA Selfie hopes to be Australia's next biggest tourist attraction. Biggest is the operative word... Read More

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