Create a compelling and cohesive aesthetic in your outdoor space with this garden dining set! This outdoor table is made of solid acacia wood, making it sturdy and stable
The oil-finished surface also makes the table easy to clean with a damp cloth
Additionally, the curved legs contribute to its stylish design
Featuring a steel frame covered with weather-resistant PE rattan, these dining chairs are sturdy and easy to clean
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Create a compelling and cohesive aesthetic in your outdoor space with this garden dining set! This outdoor table is made of solid acacia wood, making it sturdy and stable. The oil-finished surface also makes the table easy to clean with a damp cloth. Additionally, the curved legs contribute to its stylish design. Featuring a steel frame covered with weather-resistant PE rattan, these dining chairs are sturdy and easy to clean. Each seat comes with a thickly padded cushion for adding comfort in your lounging time. Note: In order to extend the life of your outdoor furniture, we recommend you to clean it regularly and do not leave it outdoors without protection unnecessarily.Clean: Use a mild soap solutionStoring: If possible, store in a cool, dry place indoors. If the product is stored outdoors, protect it with a waterproof cover. Wipe and dry the excess water or snow from flat surfaces after a rain or snowfall. Allow sufficient air circulation to avoid moisture-related damage.
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Uluru (Ayers Rock) rising from the flat plain, Central Australia, Northern Territory
The beach at Hayman Island Resort, Whitsundays, Queensland
Strolling on a quiet beach, Kangaroo Island, South Australia
A Definitive Travel Guide to Australian Towns and Destinations
More and more people are travelling around Australia. They arrive in a town, look around, head off to the local Visitor Information Centre and are told about the local attractions – possibly a museum, an historic building, a theme park or a National Park.
There is one question that is rarely asked and rarely answered: “Why are we here?” It is the vital question because it gives context and meaning to activities which, otherwise, amount to little more than gawping.
Some questions are obvious.
“Why are we at Mount Augustus in Western Australia?”
“Because most Australians think that Uluru is the largest monolith on the continent but, in reality, Mount Augustus, a massive rock which can be seen from 70 km away, is significantly larger and more impressive.”
Some questions open up the wonders of the country and the continent.
“Why are we walking up the aisle of the St Finbarr’s Catholic Church in Quilpie, western Queensland?”
“Because we want to inspect the altar made from boulder opals. It is possibly the only altar of its kind in the world.”
This travel guide covers all the well-known attractions and introduces the reader to Australia in all its eccentricity and uniqueness.
Aussie Towns on YouTube
Each day, and every day, there is a post on https://www.facebook.com/aussietowns/ which tries to enrich these entries by telling a story – some history, some quirky, some overviews – about a specific town. Check it out.