Seven Magic Mountains, Las Vegas are towers of coloured rocks - but they aren't the only fun art in Las Vegas

Seven Magic Mountains (And More Cool Art) in Las Vegas

Want to go and see the uber-cool Seven Magic Mountains art installation in Las Vegas – here’s what you need to know. And, if you love art, we’ll also suggest a few other ideas for where to find amazing art – from street murals to immersive digital experiences – in Las Vegas. What is Seven …

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Hamburger Sculpture on the Granite Island Sculpture Trail, South Australia

The Granite Island Sculptures: All You Need to Know

You’ve got to love a place where the sky is blue, the sea is bluer and looming on the horizon is a giant fibreglass burger! This is the start of the new Granite Island Sculpture Trail on Granite Island, near Victor Harbour in SA – and just one of the cool things you can do …

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View of Godzilla head over Tokyo in Shinjuku

Getting Up Close and Personal With Godzilla in Tokyo

If you’re wandering around the northern part of Tokyo’s Shinjuku and hear a roar, don’t panic, it’s just the giant Godzilla on top of the Shinjuku Gracery Hotel doing it’s thing (well, hopefully). If you happen to be within eyeline of the Godzilla head you might even see him breathe fire – but what you might not …

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Amazing black and white cube shaped building. The D'Arenberg Cube, McClaren Vale

The Cube, McClaren Vale Looks Amazing. But What’s Inside?

The official name of The Cube McClaren Vale is the d’Arenberg Cube and it’s probably the most controversial addition to the landscape of Adelaide’s McLaren Vale wine region – ever. A five-storey black and white cube that stands Transformer-like above the genteel fields of sprawling low vines of the d’Arenberg Vineyard that surround it, you …

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Giant corrugated iron sheep and dog in Tirau, New Zealand

Is Tirau New Zealand’s Quirkiest Town?

A town dubbed the ‘Corrugated Iron Capital of the World’ might not be top of your must-see list – but what if I told you that in Tirau on New Zealand’s North Island, corrugated iron was formed into the shape of giant sheep, cute dogs or birds with stilettos on. Would I have your interest …

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The Big Rocking Horse, Near Adelaide

Woah! You Can Climb The Big Rocking Horse, Adelaide

Just outside of Adelaide, South Australia in a town called Gumeracha stands The Big Rocking Horse, Adelaide. It’s officially The Biggest Rocking Horse in the World, was voted the No1 Big Aussie Icon by Wotif – and, guess what…you can climb it. But scaling the BRH isn’t the only thing to do here, there’s added …

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Bronze statue of Riff Raff from Rocky Horror, Hamilton, New Zealand

Why Hamilton, New Zealand is a Must Visit for Rocky Horror Fans

I might have seen the Rocky Horror Picture Show one or two (hundred) times but despite the fact that I can pretty much recite it word for word, I had totally forgotten that writer and star Richard O’Brien had a link to Hamilton in New Zealand – until, a couple of weeks ago, we drove into …

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The Pylon Lookout on Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout – Amazing Views for $19

Every day hundreds of people pay a three-figure sum for the amazing experience of climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, but, if your budget or stomach for heights, don’t stretch to that there’s a cheaper, less terrifying alternative, The Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout. Despite the fact that it’s there in plain view, not many visitors …

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