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We've Listed Our Best Tips For The Female Solo Backpacker. 

Safe Travels!

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Covering an area of 344,400 km², the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is roughly the same size as 70 million football fields. In other words, it's enormous! (Photo: +Greg Snell) 
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A quality backpack is a pretty pricey item so make sure you’re getting what you need as well as something you can see yourself holding onto for a while.

Here are some tips when making your selection.

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Uluru originally sat at the bottom of a sea, but today it stands 348 metres above ground and 2.5 kilometres of its bulk is underground. (Photo: Best Jobs in the World 'Outback Adventurer' finalist +Aude Mayans)
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Supermoon Sunday

Some friends and I headed down to Dawes Point under the southern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge because The Photographers Ephemeris indicated that the supermoon would rise directly behind the Sydney Opera House and as luck would have it also approximately at the same time as sunset and twilight (moonrise at 5:06PM and sunset at 5:09PM behind us)

A couple more images also available on my blog by following the link: http://www.rc.au.net/blog/2012/05/07/supermoon-sunday/
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The majestic Jim Jim Falls is an impressive 200 metre high waterfall in Kakadu National Park. (Photo: Wayne Turner Photography)
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#wildlife wednesday- Whale Watching Sydney
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#Wildlife Wednesday - Whale Watching Sydney
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A newborn koala joey is around 2 centimetres long, weighs less than 1 gram, is blind, hairless and has no ears - very different to the fluffy little bundle that it becomes later on! (Photo: Australian Reptile Park) 
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