Australia

Australia, the largest country in Oceania and the world's sixth-largest country by total area, is also one of the world's biggest Island's, located in the Southern hemisphere. As the world's sixth-largest country, it would take several lifetimes to explore everything the country has to offer. From the stunning Great Barrier Reef, to the outback, to ancient rainforests, beautiful cities, and the great Ayer's Rock- the great Oz has it all. Travelling in Australia offers backpackers, families, solo travellers, and groups of friends the opportunity to have a blast ticking off bucket list items, and enjoying their time in one of the friendliest countries on Earth! With six diverse states, two territories, and some of the most unique animals in the world, you will discover fantastic things to do, places to go and more!

  • Your 40+ Road Trip Must Have Items

    There is nothing better than an incredible road trip filled with happiness, laughter, and endless memories. There are days of sightseeing and exploration at your grasp; fresh air and open roads with nothing but freedom and adventure at your soles. But, anyone who has taken a road trip knows that the lead up to one can be… a little stressful…

  • Exploring Tchupala Falls and Wallicher Falls in North Queensland

    Tchupala Falls and Wallicher Falls are two waterfalls located in the tropical Wooroonooran National Park of North Queensland, Australia, and some of the most stunning locations I have ever been lucky enough to lay my eyes on. Although they’re not as popular as other waterfalls in the area, Tchupala Falls and Wallicher Falls are perfect for the adventure lovers out…

  • Hiking Nandroya Falls in North Queensland

    Are you looking for rainforest waterfall hikes in Far North Queensland that will blow your socks off? A waterfall, an epic day trip from Cairns, or a delicious view to feast your eyes on? Nandroya Falls is up there as one of the best waterfalls to see in North Queensland (and possibly all of Australia), and trust me, I’ve seen…

  • Hiking Kings Canyon- is it worth it?

    Is hiking Kings Canyon in central Australia really worth it? This is a question I often get asked when people talk to me about travelling around the centre of Australia. It is easy to dive straight to the famous Uluru, explore the culture centre, and take a walk amongst the Valley of the Winds- and don’t get me wrong, these…

  • The Ultimate Red Centre Itinerary

    The Red Centre of Australia has been on my bucket list since I was a child. Growing up in Australia, I heard a lot about the magnificence of Uluru and the incredible colours of the desert. It’s not that I never had the opportunity to visit. My parents tried to convince me to join them on a road trip when…

  • Falling in Love with Coober Pedy

    Coober Pedy, a town of solid rock, hard exteriors, and harsh extremes. It’s a small town in the middle of nowhere, that no one really knows about. On the weekends, cars upon cars pass through without a second glimpse. Campervans fuel up in a hurry, desperate to get back on the road and as far away from the dirt-encrusted pitstop…

  • 10 Reasons You Should Travel Australia With Greyhound

    Australia is definitely one of those ‘bucket list destinations’ everyone wants to visit at some point in their life. It’s a haven of wilderness, with beaches so crystal-clear they look artificial, an outback oasis filled with monoliths that tell the tales of time, and the strangest animals you’ll ever lay eyes on. Not to mention the friendly locals that will…

  • Greyhound Australia’s 30-day Whimit pass

    A wise old man once said, “oh, the places you’ll go.” And boy was he right. When I first heard of Greyhound Australia’s new 30-day Whimit pass, this phrase immediately popped into my head.   I’ll be honest, I’d never really paid much attention to Greyhound prior to my recent trip to the outback. Sure, I’d sold the odd trip…

  • Top Things To Do In Townsville- The Ultimate Local’s Guide

    Have you ever thought about visiting Townsville? Chances are, you probably haven’t. It’s a small town that doesn’t always have the best reputation amongst travellers in Australia for being too hot all year round. Even those that live there often talk about how much they dislike it. But the truth is, there is an abundance of incredible things to do in…

  • The Great Barrier Reef with Reef Magic Cruises

    At approximately 350,000km2 in size and stretching 2,300km along the Queensland coast, the Great Barrier Reef is the only living structure on Earth that can be seen from outer space, and the first coral reef eco system in the world to be awarded World Heritage status. Pretty cool hey? And even cooler that I grew up here! If you are planning a…