You’ll Love Yengo National Park Part Two: Walking Trails and Lookouts

We have been featuring the national parks in the region north of Sydney in New South Wales.  We featured Berowra Valley National Park, Marramarra National Park, and Dharug National Park. Today, we will be highlighting part two of our blog series on Yengo National Park. It is adjacent to Dharug National Park directly to the east and in the Lower Hunter region of New South Wales. The park is vast, covering 154,328 hectares of land. This protected park along with seven other national parks all make up the UNESCO World Heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains Area. Yengo National Park is located about 85 km northwest of Sydney’s CBD. It takes about 2 hours to drive there from Sydney. The park features walking trails, campgrounds, accommodations, cycle trails, bushwalking, horseback riding, […]

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December 2nd, 2016

You’ll Love Yengo National Park Part One: Campgrounds and Accommodations in the Park

We have been featuring the national parks in the region north of Sydney in New South Wales.  We featured Berowra Valley National Park, Marramarra National Park, and Dharug National Park. Today, we will be highlighting Yengo National Park. It is adjacent to Dharug National Park directly to the east and in the Lower Hunter region of New South Wales. The park is vast, covering 154,328 hectares of land. This protected park along with seven other national parks all make up the UNESCO World Heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains Area. Yengo National Park is located about 85 km northwest of Sydney’s CBD. It takes about 2 hours to drive there from Sydney. The park features walking trails, campgrounds, accommodations, cycle trails, bushwalking, horseback riding, bird watching, panoramic lookouts, scenic drives, and […]

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December 1st, 2016

Five Cellar Doors to when Travelling in Australia

Visiting cellar doors or cellar door hopping is one of the latest trends in Australian travel. There is something to be said about quaint, smaller wineries that aren’t associated with a big brand name. You will find hospitality and a friendly, family vibe at some of the smaller cellar doors you visit. Even if wine […]

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November 4th, 2016

Fitzgerald River National Park, A Botanical Wonderland Part Two

Fitzgerald River National Park  is on the southern coast of Western Australia in between Albany and Esperance. There is so much biodiversity and so much to see and do in this remote wilderness, we have split it up into two blog posts. We just told you about the flora, fauna and camping options in the […]

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October 7th, 2016

Best Foodie Destinations in Australia

Many of Australia’s cities are being hailed from all over the world as some of the best destinations for food and wine aficionados. If you love food and wine, here are some of the top Australian destinations that should be on your holiday agenda. All across the country, you can find good eats pretty much […]

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September 3rd, 2016

10 of the Best Walks of the Australian Outback (Part Two)

When it comes to adventurous holidays, Australia’s outback really delivers. This is part two of our two part list of the 10 best walks of the Australian Outback. In part one, we visited the first five of the walks on our list, and all were in the Northern Territory. The walks we covered included: the Larapinta Trail, Kings Canyon Rim Walk, Kata Tjuta Valley of the Wings Walk, Koolpin Gorge to Twin Falls Walk, and Mt Giles Explorer Trek. When it comes to bushwalking in Australia, it is so important to be well prepared and do your research about the requirements and details of the walk you choose. No matter the length of your walk, be sure to plan ahead, understand the fitness level requirements, have the right shoes and […]

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July 30th, 2016

10 of the Best Walks of the Outback

Bushwalking is one of the top outdoor activities in Australia. Many visitors like to plan guided walks on popular trails while on holiday. If it is an Outback adventure you are after, check out our list of 10 outback walking trails that you should consider trekking on your next Australian holiday. In part one; we […]

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July 29th, 2016
Coochiemudlo Beach Sunset

Brisbane Island Escapes in Moreton Bay

When you are on holiday in Brisbane, or just looking for new things to do for those long weekends and time off, check out these island escapes just off the coast of Brisbane. Moreton Island is a well-known island, and also Brisbane’s largest. Instead of following the more common trail, take the path less travelled […]

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July 23rd, 2016

More Family Getaways in Australia Part Three

Australian holidays can be great for the whole family. When you are going on holiday with the whole family, there is much to consider making sure that everyone will have fun. Last week, we told you about family fun holidays in the Selwyn Snowfields, Daydream Island, Kangaroo Island and Hobart, Tasmania in part one of […]

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July 16th, 2016

Australian Cuisine to Try when Travelling throughout Australia

When you are travelling around Australia, you should familiarise yourself with the popular Australian foods you might find so that you can try something new and also some local favourites depending on where you are. There’s no doubt you’ve heard about some Australian delicacies and also some stereotypical Australian cuisine. Regional cuisine throughout Australia is influenced by the fishing opportunities and wine growing regions combined with an odd blend of what has sustained the Aboriginal populations for tens of thousands of years and the traditions European immigrants brought with them compared to what some of the best and most talented chefs in the world prepare now. Australia’s cuisine is a cultural melting pot with influences from Europe and Asia as well as local farms. Here is the skinny on what […]

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July 8th, 2016