Issue Number 9, 10 February 2000
Editors: Eric Lindsay and Jean Weber
In this issue...
North Queensland: Cairns, Port Douglas, Cooktown, Atherton
Tablelands - July 1999
Discount fares to Australia from USA now available
Other people's travels in Australia
Oz Music Project
Australian National Maritime Museum
More about DVD (Digital Video Disk)
A report of our trip by car from Airlie Beach through a small portion of North Queensland, visiting Cairns, Port Douglas, Mossman and Cooktown, returning through Mareeba and the Atherton Tablelands. Includes some photos. A beautiful part of the country!
This information is now obsolete and has been removed.
Look for the links to Australia. His photos are great, and we enjoyed his commentary as well.
Denis says his photos "were taken with either Canon A1 or the last ones with Canon Eos 50E using Fuji Sensia 100 ASA slide film [and] scanned using a HP Photo Smart scanner. That's perhaps the reason they are in much better quality than using an ordinary scanner."
Want to know more about Australian music? This site provides news, CD reviews, live reviews, gig guides and interviews, MP3s, video clips, photo galleries and more. The emphasis is on up-and-coming bands, but established bands are there too.
The National Maritime Museum is located at Darling Harbour, Sydney. This site will give you a good idea of what's at the museum, so you'll know if you want to add it to your itinerary when you're in Sydney. (You should! Along with the Aquarium, the Taronga Zoo, and other sights.)
(Don't be put off by the dark, hard to read first page -- the rest of the site is informative and easier to view.)
This information has been moved to the Gadgets page.
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