Planning a trip to Australia? We have always found “local knowledge” invaluable when planning our trips. We are Australians who have lived on the East Coast of Australia for over 50 years. We have lots of local knowledge that can help you make the most of your trip to Australia and avoid making some of…
Bypassed towns along the Hume Highway You would probably expect to find a giant sheep or Ned Kelly statue on the Hume Highway between Sydney and Melbourne. But did you know there is also a submarine submerged in a rural Australian park? These are just some of the unique attractions rural towns have devised to…
Experiencing a record tourist season from a local’s perspective certainly makes you more mindful of the locals when we travel elsewhere. In fact, some locals refer to holidays as the Tourist Invasion. So next time you go on holidays, spare a thought for the locals who are making it happen. It’s Christmas holidays and you…
There is more to Penola than just wine. Explore a rich history which includes St Mary MacKillop, Australia’s first saint.
Our tour around the South Australian Limestone Coast brought us to the city of Mount Gambier, midway between Adelaide an Melbourne and famous for its crater lakes
The rural town of Millicent was a great base to explore the South Australian Limestone Coast and the Coonawarra wineries.
Planning an Australian beach holiday? Here’s what you will need to pack for a relaxing holiday by the beach.
Our trip along South Australia’s rugged Limestone Coast brought us to the popular seaside resort of Robe and an iconic landmark which is slowly disappearing.
it is very easy to become complacent about the picturesque paradise in which we live. It is no surprise that so many people choose to holiday in Narooma.
Australians are well educated on beach safety, but for visitors it is well worth making yourself aware of some of the hazards and safety precautions before heading to the beach.