Many of us have dreamed of owning and tending bar at our very own pub in the country. And that reality could come true sooner rather than later if you
In the annals of Australian railway history, there stands a formidable giant, a true testament to the ingenuity and ambition of the Victorian Railways – the H class steam locomotive,
The remote Australian outback in the 1930s was a harsh and unforgiving landscape, but nothing could have prepared the military personnel for the bizarre and comical conflict that would come
In the tapestry of time, the allure of gold continues to captivate us, with the precious metal’s value soaring to well over $2,600 for an ounce in the vast expanse
The Murtoa Stick Shed is a legendary architectural icon in the Wimmera region of Victoria. The shed was built by local contractor Green Bros who started work in September 1941, amazingly the shed was ready to accept grain deliveries in January 1942.
Ned Kelly, if you’re unaware, was an infamous Australian bushranger who became a folk hero and symbol of resistance against colonial authorities in the late 19th century. Today, the Ned
The history of the continent of Australia is long, and not without its controversy. Home to the longest-living culture in the world, Aboriginal Australians have called the island home for
Once optimistically dubbed ‘Australia’s answer to Vegas’ and the iconic hometown of cult classics like Priscilla, Wake in Fright and Mad Max, Broken Hill’s reputation well and truly precedes it.
At the time of writing this, gold prices in Australia are at a tick over $2,500 per ounce of gold. Now, as a kid, I remember it being firmly around
Regional travel is back, and in a big way. After a hectic couple of years, most people are now able to travel freely around Victoria, and soon the rest of
Ballarat is Victoria’s third-largest city, behind Melbourne, and Geelong, and has an amazing history given its role in the Victorian gold rush of the 1880s. The city today shows signs
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people. Often people think about the Aboriginal Tent Embassy as something historic, dating back
You’ve no doubt seen glimpses of the Silo Art Trail floating around your social feeds, or even on TV from time to time—so it really is about time you got
These days in most Australian states, there are a lot fewer railway lines than you would’ve seen in the 1950s, even say the 1980s when state governments started to close
Victoria’s Silo Art Trail needs little to no introduction. Australia’s largest outdoor art gallery is a destination for not only Victorians, but tourists to the state from around Australia and