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Family Holidays in South Australia

Utterly adorable ... hold a baby wombat at Wildlife Wonderland in Bass.

Go wild

The best zoos in Australia

Check out six of the best wildlife experiences you can have in Australia.

Gourmet safari

Pilgrimage to a Land of Plenty

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Maeve O'Meara Kangaroo Island is home to a range of glorious produce, writes Maeve O'Meara.

Feral feasts and friendly folk

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Philip Game samples some unique outback hospitality.

Kangaroo Island

Paradise abounds with wildlife

A kangaroo is not the first thing visitors to Kangaroo Island usually see.

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A note from mum for a family field trip

Not so average ... travel companies are catering for more than just two adults and two kids.

Jane E. Fraser The costs and crowds during school holidays make it tempting for parents to take children out of class to travel during term time.

Tips

Sometimes it pays to splash out

Jane E. Fraser finds the once humble holiday park has competition from upmarket rivals.

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