The Cape Byron Lighthouse Walk – A View Worth the Trek

The Cape Byron Lighthouse Walk – A View Worth the Trek

The walk up to the Cape Byron Lighthouse should definitely be up at the top of the to-do list for those travelling to Byron Bay. The Cape Byron Lighthouse is known for being the most easterly point of the Australian mainland. Byron Bay is located approximately 9 hours north of Sydney and the trip is definitely worth it. The scenic walk […]

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May 6, 2013 at 9:19 am

Fraser Island – 3 Days of Beaches, Sand Dunes & 4x4ing

Fraser Island – 3 Days of Beaches, Sand Dunes & 4x4ing

This overnight trip to Fraser Island is the best way to discover one of the most beautiful destinations in Eastern Australia. Only accessible by ferry, the island gives you an authentic taste of what Australia is truly about. This trip is a perfect getaway that allows you to see some of the clearest water, longest beaches, and some hidden gem […]

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May 3, 2013 at 9:34 am

Manly – An Ideal Seaside Getaway Minutes from Sydney

Manly – An Ideal Seaside Getaway Minutes from Sydney

The Perfect Getaway Manly, a suburb of Sydney, is located a twenty-minute ferry ride away from the big city. Only accessible by water, it is the perfect getaway for a few nights or even a day trip. The cobblestone streets in The Corso really gives you a small town, beachy feel. Its beautiful beach located meters away from the centre […]

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March 30, 2013 at 4:08 pm

Making the Jump and Landing on Mission Beach!

The most amazing view, blue water and sandy beaches!

If you’re craving a once in a lifetime adrenaline rush, this skydive is a must-do during a trip to the East Coast of Australia. It’s Australia’s highest tandem skydive, with the highest jump from 14 000 ft with a 30 second free fall! I’m not big on heights, but i figured if i was ever going to be adventurous and […]

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March 26, 2013 at 9:54 am

Cycling the Sights of Perth’s Wine Region, Swan Valley

Cycling the Sights of Perth’s Wine Region, Swan Valley

Western Australia is known for it’s abundance of sunshine, nature and great wine, with Margaret River being the wine lovers ultimate destination. But for the wine enthusiast that finds themselves in Perth with not enough time for the 3-hour drive to Margaret River, we found a closer alternative that will still quench your thirst. Swan Valley is home to over […]

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March 9, 2013 at 12:18 pm

Cottesloe Beach – Sun and Sand Just Outside of Perth

Cottesloe Beach –  Sun and Sand Just Outside of Perth

There’s no better way to enjoy the abundance of sunny days Perth boasts each year then to spend it on the beach. Cottesloe Beach is a charming seaside destination where you can lay your towel under the protection of shady trees in the grass, or under the full sun on the sand. Besides the opportunity to bring your own picnic […]

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February 18, 2013 at 9:08 pm

Jean Pierre Sancho – Award Winning Bakery

Jean Pierre Sancho – Award Winning Bakery

Voted as Australia’s best bakery in 2012, we had to stop by for a taste during our visit to Perth. Perfect for a lunch break, the location on Hay Street has a large selection of sandwiches, quiche, pies and of course lots of desserts. We opted for a sandwich and a quiche which the quiche coming with a small side […]

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February 18, 2013 at 8:37 pm

Kaili’s Fish Market Café – Succulent Seafood along Fremantle’s Waterfront

Kaili’s Fish Market Café – Succulent Seafood along Fremantle’s Waterfront

Fremantle’s waterfront is lined with seafood restaurants and dining options. After seeing a photo of a big BBQ seafood platter with all of the seafood we could possibly want on 1 plate, we decided to head to Kailis’ Fish Market Café for to try their famous BBQ Seafood Platter ($72.50 AUD). Inside Kailis’ are 2 dining options, the more fast […]

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January 27, 2013 at 6:35 pm