Bowen Hills, Australia (PressExposure) March 13, 2009 -- Dr Jayne Bambit in conjunction with [http://www.medicaltourism-directories.com] has launched its twice monthly clinics in Hervey Bay. Dr Jayne Bambit who has just finished a busy week in country Victoria announced this week, that the clinics scheduled for Hervey Bay on the 15th and 16th April had already started to fill up.
Nip and Tuck Solutions the principal in [http://www.medicaltourism-directories.com] said that Hervey bay and Mooloolaba where part of its overall plan to bring medical tourism to this region of Queensland and appreciated Dr Jayne Bambitâs professional approach and dedication to promoting Australia as a medical Tourism destination. Dr Jayne Bambit is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and is certified by the College to perform Breast Augmentation and other surgical procedures. LAVISH COSMETIC SURGERY CLINIC [http://www.medicaltourism-directories.com] is located in Mooloolaba.
Hervey Bay [http://www.medicaltourism-directories.com] is worldwide famous and has often been called the jewel in Queenslandâs crown. It is also referred to as the Whale Watch Capital of the World. A scenic 3 Â½ hours drive north of Brisbane and only 45 minutes by air from Brisbane, Hervey Bay is an easily accessible holiday destination. It has a population of approximately 53,000 residents.
The city has a wonderful subtropical climate. Temperatures range from 14 to 23 degrees Centigrade in winter and 22 to 29 degrees Centigrade in summer. Rainfall is low and there are more fine days than other Queensland holiday centers [http://www.medicaltourism-directories.com]. Humpback Whales are regular visitors to the coastal waters off southern Queensland. Each year, during winter, humpback whales migrate from Antarctic waters; pass through South Island New Zealand, to the warm waters of the tropics for calving.
Many humpback whales arrive in Hervey Bay from late July and remain until November when they begin their return to the southern ocean. Whale watching in Hervey Bay has become an important attraction for tourists and naturalists. In recent years visitors to Hervey Bay, from mid-July to early November, have discovered the awe inspiring experience of watching the majestic humpback whale, and their encounters with the whales on the waters of Hervey Bay have been unforgettable. These majestic creatures have made Hervey Bay a regular stop on their annual migration to Antarctica after giving birth in the warm waters of north Queensland.
Contact: Simon Agius Nip and Tuck Solutions Bowen Hills, Brisbane 61-404-429-366 firstname.lastname@example.org [http://www.medicaltourism-directories.com]