Western Australia has so much to offer, from its incredible wildlife to its growing arts culture. So why don't you come visit?
Uluru is as big and mesmerising as you could possibly imagine. But there's plenty more to see and do during your time in the National Park.
Epic 4WD tracks, terrifying crocodiles and the iconic Great Barrier Reef. The journey from Cooktown to Cairns is varied and highly rewarding.
TLC told us not to go chasing waterfalls... but in the Tablelands, it's hard not to!
It may be small, but wonderful Tasmania (affectionately referred to by all Australians as Tassie) sure packs a lot in, so you’ll want to drive around to make the most of your time there. Bring your car over by ferry from Melbourne or hire one to explore this lush, vibrant and historic state. And sadly, no, … Continue reading Tasmania: Small But Mighty
It's no wonder why Melbourne has been voted the "world's most liveable city" for six years running in The Economist's Intelligence Unit survey. Although their rankings are based upon the standard categories of Education, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Stability and Environment/Culture, let me tell you in my own words why I think Melbourne is worth getting excited about. It's a … Continue reading Marvellous Melbourne
At last: air-conditioning, a double bed that doesn't require us to remain rigid on our sides all night in case we elbow each other in the face, and a toilet rather than a bush. We've made it to Sydney and have the absolute luxury of staying in an Air B n B in Bondi for … Continue reading 11 Ways to See Sydney on a Budget