TODAY loves Australia so much they’re hitting the road again for another fun-filled WE LOVE AUSTRALIA week, zig-zagging across this amazing country of ours – commencing Monday, March 7.
Broadcasting LIVE on the Nine Network across Australia,Karl Stefanovic,Lisa WilkinsonandRichard Wilkinswill be heading off to discover more magical parts of regional New South Wales, the pristine beaches of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, as well as checking in with the people of Lorne in Victoria to see how they’re recovering from the recent devastating bushfires.
Ross Greenwoodwill stop in at Silverton, near Broken Hill, at the start of the week to make sure the team aren’t spending too much andTim Gilbertwill drop by to see the gang at picturesque Henley Beach, the seaside suburb of Adelaide.Stevie Jacobswill also be criss-crossing the country for special weather reports – reporting LIVE every day from a new location, including the gorgeous Yarra Valley in Victoria and Freycinet in Tasmania.
Then, on Friday, March 11, the team reunite withSylvia Jeffreysat Sydney’s Circular Quay at The Rocks to celebrate another massiveWE LOVE AUSTRALIAtrip.
The always fun, five-day travel adventure will feature stories of vibrant local people and businesses, as well as surprise entertainment and famous faces joining the team along the way – including special performances by Aussie music legends,Ian MossandMissy Higgins. The always popular Dickie’s Double Dip will also be making a return.
TODAY co-hostLisa Wilkinsonsaid: “Since our last trip, we’ve been inundated with suggestions from viewers on even more new and amazing locations to travel to, so we can’t wait to get on the road and start exploring.”
Co-hostKarl Stefanovicsaid: “I won’t lie – we have the best time when we’re away on ourWe Love Australiatrips. Every single one of the towns we’ve visited has made us feel so welcome – not to mention that the food and beer are always way better. As are Dickie’s dance moves at the local pubs. I never get sick of Dicky dancing.”
TODAY’S WE LOVE AUSTRALIA WEEK:
- Monday, March 7 – Silverton, NSW and Freycinet, Tasmania
- Tuesday, March 8 – Henley, South Australia and Yarra Valley, VIC
- Wednesday, March 9 – Lorne, VIC and Blue Mountains, NSW
- Thursday, March 10 – Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD and Canberra, ACT
- Friday, March 11 – The Rocks, Circular Quay, NSW and Brisbane, QLD
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