✈️Australia & Oceania & Africa - Weekly Round-Up #17

in travelfeed •  last year 
Welcome to today's weekly Travelfeed Australia & Oceania & Africa roundup brought to you by @rimicane and a helpful hand of @guchtere.

Are you ready guys? Well buckle up! @haydae will share some good driving tips with you to go on the adventurous road trip in Australia. It is all about getting to the hidden wonders this continent has to offer.

While on the road, @suitcasemama takes over the wheel and shows us the best of the Kalbarri National Park.

Moving to a different continent and this time it is Morocco. Here, @coldsteem recommends a fine hotel in Marrakesh. Could it be one of the better ones around to stay? We invite you to find out below!

Three BEST posts for Australia & Oceania & Africa

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The guide to a dream road-trip in Australia - Driving
written by @haydae

A road trip in Australia is all about a sense of adventure, ignited by casual interactions with friendly or sometimes eccentric locals, close interactions with a unique wildlife and landscapes that will leave even the most jaded of travelers speechless. However, adventure comes side to side with a sense of danger, as driving in Australia can lead to precarious situations every visitor needs to consider.

Le Meridien N'Fis Hotel - Marrakesh, Morocco
written by @coldsteem

The hotel is spread out on a large property that has a central garden and pool between the lobby and guest rooms. The gardens were interesting and lush, providing visitors with a sampling of the flora indigenous to the area. The area was immaculately manicured with meticulously trimmed bushes, ornate flowers, small pools and a fountain.

Western Australia Adventure Part III
written by @suitcasemama

Leaving the World Heritage Area of Shark Bay, we drove down to Kalbarri National Park. We got there around lunch time and explored the National Park in the late afternoon. We went to see the famous Kalbarri land mark called Nature's Window. We took a slow and easy hike about a mile (round trip) to see it.

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I have always been fascinated by Australia, and I would really love to go there someday preferably for a longer time, I think it must be amazing to visit. So thank you for making this post. I will enjoy going through the posts.

Great stuff! So many interesting places Australia has to offer! What time of the year would you prefer to go there?

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Thank you!

Thank you.

You are welcome! A nice hotel!

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