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About Sue Ann Becker

Sue Ann is a blogger par excellence, and professional writing pretty much consumes her life. Her time gets split pretty evenly between travel and being a mum, and she does both equally well. Sue Ann has been working or studying in journalism in some form or another for most of her life, and her self-professed travel addiction has seen her travel across North America, Europe and Australia among others. A selfish traveller would keep her raucous experiences to herself, whereas Sue Ann shares the fun via her regularly (and some would say obsessively!) updated blog Camels & Chocolate with good photography peppered throughout.
Latest Posts | By Sue Ann Becker
South Australia’s Magnificent Barossa Valley
4 months ago

South Australia’s Magnificent Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s most significant wine regions. Its thriving community retains strong links to its rich European heritage, now combined with the down-to-earth Australian …
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Experience The Natural Riches of Australia’s Northern Territory
4 months ago

Experience The Natural Riches of Australia’s Northern Territory

Australia’s Northern Territory is a huge region, equivalent in size to France, Italy and Spain combined, where natural environments from deserts and rocky mountain ranges to mangroves and …
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Let’s Discover the Philip Island
4 months ago

Let’s Discover the Philip Island

Without having travelled to the Philip Island, I would never have practically concurred with St. Augustine when he said that “the world is a book and those who …
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Discovering Ayers Rock in the Northern Territory
5 months ago

Discovering Ayers Rock in the Northern Territory

Ayers Rock is undoubtedly one of Australia’s most widely recognised icons both nationally and internationally. It is also one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, and for very …
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Best Things to do in Tasmania Australia
5 months ago

Best Things to do in Tasmania Australia

Tasmania is a small island with its own appeal. There are tons of unique things to see and amazing spots to explore. People who are travelling to Tasmania …
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Crystalbrook Collection Unveils New Cairns Hotel
9 months ago

Crystalbrook Collection Unveils New Cairns Hotel

Located in the heart of Cairns cultural precinct and just a stone throw for the Esplanade boardwalk and lagoon, Bailey of Crystalbrook Collection is adorned with Australian artwork and features …
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The Enchanting South West of Australia
10 months ago

The Enchanting South West of Australia

Australia’s South West offers some of the most diverse travel experiences in Western Australia, ranging from towering forests and whale watching to fine food and wine and world class surfing. Approximately four hours south of the state capital Perth, Margaret River is the popular centre of this fascinating region famous for its world-class wineries, top surfing and fun family holidays.
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Aussies Reclaims Bali Tourism Crown from Chinese
10 months ago

Aussies Reclaims Bali Tourism Crown from Chinese

China’s economic woes and weakening currency could see Australia regain its title as Bali’s number one source for tourists for the first time since China took the crown …
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Broome – The Pearl Capital of Australia
11 months ago

Broome – The Pearl Capital of Australia

Broome is a remote outback town situated on the Indian Ocean in northwest Australia. It is the largest town in the vast Kimberley region to the north of Western Australia, and has become a very popular travel destination in recent years. This popularity is due to Broome’s unique history, unique blend of cultural influences, it’s magnificent beaches and landscapes and it’s fantastic tropical climate.
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Honeymoon Destinations in Australia
11 months ago

Honeymoon Destinations in Australia

Known for the kangaroo and rugged men with their heavy accents, Australia also delivers an exotic experience for honeymooners, offering the wilderness and bask in the sun. The …
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