Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Uluru You will more than

Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Nitmiluk You may not have

Let us take you on a journey through the Australian Outback to explore the myths and legends surrounding some of the country‘s most mesmerising sights… Kakadu National Park Situated at

Having been in Melbourne for almost two months, we decided that we still hadn’t seen as much of it as we should have. So we thought we would plan some

We were recently nominated by @christinahegele (thank you Christina!) to take part in the My 7 Links Project created by Tripbase. The name of the game is to create and

A huge part of our travels entailed encountering wild and wonderful things that we don’t usually get to experience living in the UK. Here is a selection of some of

After our ‘playing with fire’ experience, it was soon time for an even more thrilling Melbourne pastime – one that we hadn’t planned to do but that we certainly won’t

A huge part of travelling is all about experiencing the unexpected, trying something new and doing things you wouldn’t normally do in the ‘real world’, so when we were asked

One of Melbourne’s most famous institutions is the annual Moomba Festival – where central Melbourne comes alive with fairgrounds, parades, fireworks, music and sports along the banks of the Yarra

After just a couple of weeks into our move to Melbourne we were starting to settle in and had already taken part in quite a few of the ‘must do’

After an unforgettable road trip around New Zealand this January we flew back to Australia for the last leg of our adventure! Our flight landed at Sydney International Airport at

Well our time in Australia is nearly up (for now anyway) and it’s fair to say that it’s been an absolutely amazing ride! From the moment we set foot in

Our last couple of days in Sydney were spent in the city itself, making the most of its local attractions such as the Australian Museum, Darling Harbour and Cockatoo Island!

[singlepic id=3391 w=320 h=240 float=center] The Blue Mountains (so called because of the blue haze created by evaporating oil from the Eucalyptus trees in the surrounding valleys) are one of

One thing that Sydney is famous for is Bondi Beach and yesterday we went to find out what all the hype is about! After a tasty $5 breakfast at a

Our first Sydney beach encounter was in the oceanside suburb of Manly – the southernmost of Sydney’s Northen Beaches. We took the ferry over from Circular Quay ($13.20 return) –

We started off the New Year with a bang at the Sydney Harbour Fireworks (which were amazing!) before continuing to do what we love the most – getting out & about

We made it!!! After six months of overland travel through four continents, twenty-five countries and God knows how many time zones, we arrived in Sydney in time to see in

After traversing the Great Ocean Road we arrived in the city of Melbourne for a one night stopover, before continuing to Canberra. We arrived late afternoon and went straight out

After our adventures in the Grampian’s National Park we set off for the Great Ocean Road, widely purported to be one of the ‘best coastal driving roads in the world’!