The best beach in Australia can be found in Esperance and it was the best place to end our journey around the country!

Esperance! A location in Australia that’s a long distance from everything and everywhere (not difficult in Aus), but a place you should take time out to travel to! Seriously, without a doubt it is one of our favourite places in Australia and in the world, after all the South West is just a hidden heaven, … Continue reading The best beach in Australia can be found in Esperance and it was the best place to end our journey around the country!

What they don’t tell you about biking the Barossa Valley

So when you picture wine regions, you of course think of wine, getting a little tipsy maybe and in most cases being driven around, in order to increase the amount of wine drunk and to increase that level of tipsiness. Well we took that idea and threw it out the window. Instead, when we arrived … Continue reading What they don’t tell you about biking the Barossa Valley

Why you need to be awake before 5am to experience the Kings Canyon Rim Walk

Now before I get into the exciting story that your waiting for, because lets face it, the title got you, I have to set the scene. We departed Alice Springs after a slow morning of breakfast and repacking our car. We then drove quite a few km’s and only arrived into Watarrka National Park, ie … Continue reading Why you need to be awake before 5am to experience the Kings Canyon Rim Walk

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!

Our Airbnb experience in deserted Coober Pedy

A town in the middle of the desert, in the center(ish) of Australia, where houses are built underground. This was our next destination on our journey to see Australia. Our last blog post was about us in the town of Port Augusta, another town in the middle of desert type terrain. That was definitely an … Continue reading Our Airbnb experience in deserted Coober Pedy

Our 100th blog post! And our eventful 24 hours in Port Augusta….its a story worth reading!

Before I get into this blog, which I think is tragically hilarious, I would like to share that this is our 100th posted blog! Eeeeek! For us this is pretty epic, after all each blog has been a part of our trip, moments Alex and I have shared whilst travelling around Australia and New Zealand. … Continue reading Our 100th blog post! And our eventful 24 hours in Port Augusta….its a story worth reading!

We went hiking in the Grampians

The Grampions, this amazing spot in the middle of Victoria that so many people told us to stop by and check out. So we did. We departed Warrnambool in the morning and drove all the way to Halls Gap, driving along country roads in one go. Once we arrived it was midday, we stopped into … Continue reading We went hiking in the Grampians

Our trip along the Great Ocean Road

So to set the scene properly, here are the beginning facts. It’s 2018, specifically the 2nd of January, Alex, Wouter and I have recovered from our NYE events, and its time to get on the road again. It’s again for us, but as Wouter joined us only in the last few days of 2017, this … Continue reading Our trip along the Great Ocean Road

Off to Holland we go…

Today we are off on another adventure. Today we are leaving a very big part of our lives, the place I have grown up, the place we have lived together for the last 4 years, the country we just spent 7 months travelling around, and most importantly we are leaving our friends and my beautiful … Continue reading Off to Holland we go…

The boat back to the mainland

When you are boarding a giant boat for 10 hours back to mainland Australia, the first thing you do is wake up ridiculously early. You then realise your in Devonport where nothing is open, due to it being Boxing Day, and that waking up early for breakfast, when you have none and nothing is open, … Continue reading The boat back to the mainland