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AAT Kings' Easter Egg Hunt: Platypus Eggs

So far on our Easter Egg Hunt around Australia and New Zealand, we’ve discovered the big and beautiful Emu egg. What a find! Next we’re going to be looking for the deeply buried Platypus egg.  The Platypus is a semi-aquatic, egg-laying mammal which lives strictly along the east coast of Australia. ...

Dane Hinchy, AAT Kings Posted: 5 April 2017

AAT Kings' Easter Egg Hunt: Emu Eggs

AAT Kings are embarking on an Easter Egg Hunt around Australia and New Zealand! We’re going to be exploring these regions looking for some unique eggs from all sorts of furry, feathery, spikey and scaly friends. First off we’ve found one of Australia's Emu eggs. The Emu lays one of the largest eggs...

Dane Hinchy, AAT Kings Posted: 3 April 2017

KIWI FACTS: New Zealand's Precious Native Bird

In the lovely region of Rotorua, New Zealand, you’ll find quite a few amazing attractions such as Lake Rotorua, Kuirau Park foot pools, Lake Okareka Boardwalk and Rainbow Springs Nature Park, just to name a few. Rainbow Springs Nature Park nestles itself alongside the beautiful rain forests of Rotor...

Dane Hinchy, AAT Kings Posted: 13 March 2017

New Zealand’s Top 5 Romantic Destinations

With its glacial lakes and mountain vistas, it difficult to think of anywhere more romantic than New Zealand. Why not explore its sights with the one you love the most?New Zealand may be touted as the adventure capital of the world but for those looking to take things at a slower pace, there are an...

Your Life Choices Posted: 13 February 2017

New Zealand Wine Country

What makes New Zealand wine so good? From world famous Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris varieties, this small but influential country in the South Pacific has got what it takes. Could it be the climate… Or could it be the rich alluvial soil that covers much of this island nation? New Zeal...

Peter Rasmussen, AAT Kings Posted: 17 January 2017

Exploring the waterfalls of the Top End!

The sun was burning, the humidity was extreme and we’d been driving for an hour and a half. We hopped off the coach, eager to climb down the 150 stairs that would lead us to Florence Falls. After a quick pit stop at the viewing platform to catch our first glimpse of the two cascading waterfalls, we ...

Ash Fanning, Creator of Travel into Living Posted: 2 August 2016
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