According to the Mayan Calendar the end of the world is nigh. Hmmm… Sounds like a great reason to set a travel bucket list for 2012.
Achieve personal goals, give back to the environment, splurge on a rock-star experience and have no regrets when that dreaded December date comes around.
1. Eat a Curry Camel Pie from the Birdsville Bakery
It’s a long way to the shop if you want a sausage roll, but it’s worth the trip! If you haven't been outback before, don’t miss all the action of the 130th anniversary of the iconic Birdsville Races this August. Of course, no trip to Birdsville would be complete without tucking into a Curry Camel Pie from the Birdsville Bakery.
2. Compete in the Gold Coast
3. Go wine tasting like a rock star
There’s simply no better way to get acquainted with
4. Become a whale researcher in
5. Catch a wave at Seventeen Seventy
Still a relatively 'secret spot', even amongst Queenslanders, this gorgeous beachside haven happens to be home to eastern
6. Dive the Yongala
If you haven’t got your dive licence yet, make this year the cut-off and experience one of the world’s top dive sites just off the coast of
7. Help a just-hatched turtle make its way to sea at Mon Repos
You don't have to be a rum drinker to enjoy a trip to Bundaberg with the annual attraction of the turtle nesting and hatching at Mon Repos an affordable and must-see event for every age.
8. Go glamping on
9. Give back to our planet with Eco-Barge in the Whitsundays
Since kicking off in 2009, Eco Barge Clean Seas Inc. has hauled more than 59,000 kilos of marine debris from the Whitsundays. Founder Libby Edge and some dedicated volunteers have been working tirelessly as guardians of our oceans to remove the threat of marine debris from turtles and other marine animals.
10. Become a Master Chef
Sign up for one of Vanilla Zulu’s six-week cooking courses to brush up on your skills in the kitchen, or lack thereof.
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