Australia

Street Circuits, Part 2: Australia

Continuing our series on street racing circuits around the world, let’s take a ride in the Google Street View Car around some of Australia’s most famous venues! Adelaide The home of the Australian Grand Prix until 1996, Adelaide’s streets in…

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Monday, 22nd March 2010

Bunjil, the sky God

It’s been a while since we featured a giant geoglyph, so it was with great pleasure that we learned of Australia’s Bunjil geoglyph at the You Yangs National Park in Victoria. “You Yangs” is a derivation of the Aboriginal words…

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Wednesday, 14th October 2009

Apollo 11

Unless you’ve been living on the, er, Moon, you can hardly have failed to notice that today1 marks the 40th anniversary of the historic landing of the Apollo 11 mission – during which, Neil Armstrong became the first human being…

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Monday, 20th July 2009

Top 5 Golf Courses across the World

“Best” is a subjective word at, err… best. What one person or group values as the “top” will never be the same for everyone – still, when you’re looking for something and you want the “best”, it’s always nice when…

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Monday, 29th June 2009

Naval Communication Station Harold E. Holt

This enormous hexagon, a mile and a half in diameter, looks like some kind of massive occult symbol etched in the scrub on the remote western coast of Australia, 700 miles north of Perth. In fact, we’re looking at a…

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Monday, 22nd June 2009

Old Rat’s Nest Island, Australia

Peering out the window of the little airtaxi that has brought you to The Rat’s Nest, or Rottnest Island, 18 km southwest off the coast of Australia, you’ll notice the island’s name spelled out in trees. This little island, only…

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Wednesday, 13th May 2009
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