Bruce Elder

Bruce Elder

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    If I hire a car to drive on Kangaroo Island, do I need to arrange off-road insurance or something?

    Yes. You cannot travel around Kangaroo Island and see the island's major attractions without driving on dirt roads. Make sure you have insurance which covers you for driving on dirt roads. It is my experience that the average European has very limited experience of dirt roads and is more likely to have an accident than people who have driven on these difficult roads most of their lives. You have been warned. about 9 years ago

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    what is there to do at Port Macquarie?

    There's a very good Visitor Information Centre in the centre of town which will offer you dozens of things to do. I would certainly go to the Koala Sanctuary simply because it is "good works" - they take in injured koalas and bring them back to healthiness. otherwise, there are dozens of restaurants and cafes. Take your pick. You are going to a holiday town and it is geared to welcome you. over 9 years ago

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    Good scuba diving tours in port macquarie?

    While not recognised as a premier diving spot on the north coast, Port Macquarie does have a couple of companies that operate diving tours. Check out www.ricksdiveschool.com.au and www.scubahaven.com.au. Both should be able to help. over 9 years ago

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    What would you recommend doing in Adelaide, Australia?

    Where do I start? The following are essential: take the tram to Glenelg and wander around the foreshore; go to the excellent City Markets; go to the Adelaide Zoo and see the Giant Pandas; wander through the beautiful Botanic Gardens; walk along the banks of the Torrens River AND, most importantly, recognise that Adelaide is so small it only takes 10-15 minutes to get to the edge of the city. The Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf, the Monarto Zoo, McLaren Vale, the Barossa Valley are all within easy reach. over 9 years ago

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    Are there any good restaurants in Bateman's Bay?

    Not a lot. It tends to be a holiday destination with lots of fast food and quick food options. Want an ice cream, a pancake, fish and chips, they are all there. There is even a particularly good fish shop for people wanting to do a little cooking themselves. There have been noodle shops and similar but they tend not to last. How can you survive when all people want is takeaway. Anyway, the consensus from last year's Good Food Guide was that there was not a single restaurant in the area worth more than 12/20 - which is the cut off point - so Batemans Bay received no listings in the guide which is an accurate assessment of the best the state has to offer. over 9 years ago

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    Where would be the best bar in Sydney to host a networking event ?

    Hi Kelly, Check out http://www.smh.com.au/news/entertainment/good-living/sydneys-coolest-bars/2009/11/11/1257615072091.html it is full of suitable suggestions. Bruce Elder over 9 years ago