The Whitsundays! Famous for the silica sand and arguably the most beautiful beach in the world, Whitehaven Beach. We booked our trip through OzSail, and picked the Avatar boat, as we had heard it was the boat which got to Whitehaven Beach first in the morning, and that it was a mixture of a chilled/party … More Sailing around the Whitsundays
Fraser island is the world’s largest sand island, and it has plenty of amazing spots which are unique to the island – it’s definitely a special place which has to be visited whilst travelling the East coast of Australia. We booked our tag along tour through Nomads, and we spent 3 days and 2 nights … More 3 days of fun on Fraser Island!
We had booked our Nomads Fraser Island tour (I will be writing a post about this shortly!) which departed from Noosa on the 6th April, so we arrived in Noosa on the 2nd April with 4 days to spend exploring this beautiful little town. I loved Noosa as soon as we arrived: there are palm … More Finding paradise in Noosa
Byron bay was my favourite place that I’ve been to in Australia so far, and many people I have spoken to share the same view! Here’s 5 reasons why it’s so great… 1. The lighthouse views The lighthouse is situated at the most easterly point of Australia, and the views are amazing. To make the … More 5 reasons to love Byron Bay
Of all the places in Australia, Sydney is particularly iconic and I don’t think you really feel like you are in Australia until you go there and are in the presence of the opera house and the harbour bridge. We stayed in a campsite just outside the city centre for 4 nights, and then got … More Adventures in Sydney!
The journey from Melbourne – Sydney was going to take around 11 hours, so we decided to split this into 4 days with 4 journeys of 2-3 hours, and 4 stops along the way. So we did our research both online and by talking to the locals and managed to find the perfect 4 day … More Roadtripping from Melbourne – Sydney, we found the best spots to stop!
Our East coast of Australia trip is well and truly underway! We landed in Melbourne at 9am Friday morning, although we didn’t really make much of our first day as we were so jet lagged we fell asleep in the sunshine on the grass outside Federation Square, and then went back to our hostel room … More Melbourne and The Great Ocean Road
Packing for travelling was never going to be easy for someone who is obsessed with clothes. It’s taken me a good few tries and a newly bought larger hand luggage bag to get everything in, but now I’ve finally managed it, I thought I would share my tips on how I did it for anyone … More How I managed to fit my life into a backpack