Explore rural Australia with a Sydney to Melbourne inland drive. Melbourne is only an hour and a half flight or a nine hour drive down the Hume Freeway from Sydney. The highway was once little more than an unformed track between the two cities. Drovers and bullocky’s made the often treacherous journey to carry supplies…
Australia is a very expensive place to visit. Which is why, even after 50 years, there is so much of the country we have yet to explore. Even with airfares, we can still do a three week trip to the UK for far less than three weeks in Western Australia and Northern Territory. It wasn’t…
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…
Planning an Australian beach holiday? Here’s what you will need to pack for a relaxing holiday by the beach.
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.
A little glimpse of the uncrowded and unspoilt beaches we enjoy in Dalmeny on the NSW South Coast of Australia
Dramatic coastal rock formations along the windswept Southern Ocean, rolling sand dunes and historic coastal towns make the South Australian Limestone Coast an area well worth exploring.
Camperdown is often bypassed as a destination on Great Ocean Road trips. However it is well worth a stop off to enjoy the walking trails and the natural history of the crater lakes.
The historic fishing village of Port Fairy is one of the prettiest towns on the Great Ocean Road.
At the very start of the famous “Great Ocean Road,” we discovered some of the most beautiful scenery the Shipwreck Coast has to offer.