We explored West McDonald Ranges and it was spectacular!

The drive to Alice Springs and West McDonald Ranges is a damn long one! But luckily we did at least spend a night on the way there in Coober Pedy, and in a cave house in fact. Even though there was a mass amount of wind blowing all night, sleeping in a bed was just … Continue reading We explored West McDonald Ranges and it was spectacular!

Hobart and the Salamanca Markets

Hobart, the city of Tasmania and in fact a pretty awesome one at that! In previous blog posts we mentioned a bit about our experience free camping around Tasmania. That was awesome, something we would do again for sure, as we think it’s the best way to see the very green and nature orientated state. … Continue reading Hobart and the Salamanca Markets

Some picturesque towns along the coast of NSW

Kiama Following on from our last post: We visited Wentworth Falls, the Royal National Park, and of course Figure 8 Pools, that involved some unfortunately funny moments, we now head south again along the NSW coast line. We ended up in the town of Kiama, where we booked into the Big4 caravan park. It was … Continue reading Some picturesque towns along the coast of NSW

We visited Wentworth Falls, the Royal National Park and of course Figure 8 Pools

After a crazy few days in Katoomba and Sydney, it was time for Alex and I to continue on our journey. After departing our caravan park at Katoomba Falls, we dove to Wentworth Falls, which were just a town over. We were both a little tired still after our crazy night two days prior, so … Continue reading We visited Wentworth Falls, the Royal National Park and of course Figure 8 Pools

The things we really could not live without whilst driving around Australia

This post is all about the items we packed and or have used, that have been lifesavers at times, and must needs in our eyes for this trip we are undertaking. These items and this list is not only for our records and memory, but it is also a list for anyone interested in knowing … Continue reading The things we really could not live without whilst driving around Australia

Whitsundays time! First stop Hamilton Island.

Anyone ever been to Hamilton Island or the Whitsundays before? For all of us, this was our first trip out there! We had no real idea what to expect but my goodness we could not contain our excitement! This was definitely an anticipated part of our trip overall and with Chris and Annette. You just … Continue reading Whitsundays time! First stop Hamilton Island.

The beach camping trifecta!

All throughout Australia there are caravan parks owned by the franchise company Big4. They are normally higher end camp grounds, and in great locations, of course costing a little more than your average and or pleb town caravan park. However they normally do not differ much, especially if you are on a tented and non-powered … Continue reading The beach camping trifecta!

Exploring Queensland’s Atherton Tablelands

Cairns has been wonderful and everything surrounding it was wonderful to see, but we again were excited by the next destination. We headed slightly north of Cairns and then drove west up into the Atherton Tablelands. Our first stop on our journey into the Tablelands was a coffee/chocolate farm. It makes sense right? We opted … Continue reading Exploring Queensland’s Atherton Tablelands

Our time on Fitzroy Island…#phonemeetsdrone

Next destination: Fitzroy Island! In our last post we explored the Daintree Rainforest and visited Cape Tribulation. Now we were to explore the other iconic area near Cairns. To prepare ourselves for a nice cruise on the boat out to the island, we brought some sushi from Woolworths. It has become a regular thing for … Continue reading Our time on Fitzroy Island…#phonemeetsdrone

The Daintree Forrest and Cape Tribulation

The time has come! We are finally getting to see Cape Tribulation and the famous Daintree Forrest! This was a trip Alex and I would have originally been doing with my parents, however they were sadly unable to join us and as sad as we were, we still had to go see it. The journey … Continue reading The Daintree Forrest and Cape Tribulation