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A short video of our trip to Cairns in Queensland Australia. This was a 4 day, 3 nights trip exploring Port Douglas, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Kuranda Village, Kuranda Scenic Railway, Cairns Lagoon and the Great Barrier Reef.



Morialta Conservation Park is easily accessible by public transportation it’s about 13 km from Adelaide City. Enjoy bushwalking, gorge scenery and waterfalls when in season. The one thing I never missed when at this place is spotting a lovely cutie Koala hanging over the tree. As you enter into the walking trail starting point she’s always there no matter what – awake or asleep! If you are upto a good grind exercise why not try bushwalking? No we are not health buffs we are just plain places and spots enthusiast. Infact, because we were too novice we chose the shorter distance and from the information above we picked the Deep View Lookout Hike. Unknowingly, this wasn’t an easy one after all. We were already ascending when we noticed that it was actually a 1.5 kilometre inclined trail all the way to the lookout and another 1.5 kilometre steep descent back...



[wp_ad_camp_1] South Australia is nature-rich in stunning places and spots. If you drive towards the South of Adelaide then the Fleurieu Peninsula region is one piece of paradise. Here’s my TOP 5 SPOTS TO VISIT IN THE FLEURIEU PENINSULA 1.) McLaren Vale – Home of World Class Wine producers. Only 45 minutes drive from Adelaide City. Be stunned with sweeping views of vineyards as far as your eyes can see. Maxwell Wines – a Cellar Door and a Restaurant d’ARENBERG CUBE – Wines plus a unique experience of this Rubik’s Cube inspired Architecture 2.) GOOLWA BEACH – For experienced 4WD drivers, At Goolwa Beach you can drive to the mouth of the Murray River. For the Foodies, the beach is alsp famous for people collecting Cockles for bait or food for the table . Do the “Cockle Shuffle”. 3.) VICTOR HARBOR – a seaside town and famous tourist destination. There are many ways...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Driving towards northeast of Adelaide City, passing through Blancetown, Barmera and Renmark and you’ll find yourself getting closer to the Victorian Border. We spent a weekend on a Riverland road trip driving towards Renmark, South Australia. It sounds crazy but we wanted to set a record of stepping into 3 Aussie States all in a day. And we did it! From South Australia into Mildura in Victoria then standing one foot in Victoria and the other foot at Buronga NSW along The George Chaffey Bridge. Here’s our road trip itinerary. 1: Adelaide to Blanchetown Bridge (Griffens Marina Blanchetown) Distance: 144 km Drive Duration: 2 hours 2: Blanchetown Bridge to Lake Bonney Jetty, Barmera SA Distance: 84 km Drive Duration: 1 hour [wp_ad_camp_1] 3: Lake Bonney Jetty to Heading’s Cliffs Lookout, 93 heading road Murtho, Renmark Paringa Distance: 57 km Drive Duration: 45 mins 4: Heading’s Cliff Lookout to Mildura, Victoria...



We love a long weekend for us it’s a perfect opportunity to go gallivanting somewhere. The question is where? Adelaide is on a Heatwave forecast over the weekend so we decide to go somewhere cooler. Victor Harbor fits the profile. Victor Harbor is a seaside town in South Australia, approximately 80 km from Adelaide City. Known for their horse-drawn tram that crosses the causeway to Granite Island – a penguin sanctuary. The drive to Victor Harbor will take around 1.5 hours via the South Expressway and then following Victor Harbor road for 45 kilometres. We had booked a 3D2N accommodation in one of the modern Breeze Beachfront Apartments through Unwind Holidays. It was an excellent choice, right in the heart of town, modern, well equipped, clean, comfortable with a secure parking plus ocean views. [wp_ad_camp_1] We left Adelaide around 12 noon on a Friday and stopped by McLaren Vale to see this newly...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Q1 SKYPOINT OBSERVATION DECK is located in the Gold Coast, Queensland. Q1 is primarily a residential property with over 500 luxury apartments. Skypoint Observation Deck is a major attraction which is on level 77 of the tower offering a 360 degree viewing platform of Surfer’s Paradise and the rest of the 57 kilometre Gold Coast Beaches. Visitors and Tourists to the Gold Coast should come straight here to experience this amazing top view perspective of the beach. And appreciate the natural beauty of the area, away from crowd and all the street-level noise and touristic atmosphere. The views are breathtaking from 230 metres up high plus the world’s fastest elevator that rushes you to level 77 in 42 seconds. Watch the video! [wp_ad_camp_3]     There is a café/bar positioned on a slightly raised mezzanine floor in the centre of the space. The Skypoint Observation Deck envelopes the café/bar...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Let’s go on a roadtrip chasing waterfalls this time. ROADTRIP ROUTE First stop: WATERFALL GULLY FALLS FIRST FALLS @ WATERFALL GULLY Waterfall Gully Falls is only a short drive away from Adelaide CBD. It is conveniently located in the eastern suburb of Adelaide City and is a part of the Cleland Conservation Park. Waterfall Gully falls is a lovely and very refreshing nature spot. Surrounded by lush greens this Waterfall Gully is also a popular place for health buffs. It features walking trails all the way up to Mount Lofty Summit at approximately 3.7 km. Plus, you’ll get a chance to see koalas and other wildlife along the way. Follow the trail to reach the Top of the first falls  Walk all the way up to Mount Lofty Summit  [wp_ad_camp_3] Second Falls @Waterfall Gully [wp_ad_camp_1] AMENITIES AVAILABLE IN THE AREA: Ample free car parking Public Toilets Drinking water station Café...

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[wp_ad_camp_1] Spending a day at the Barossa Valley – one of Australia’s best wine regions. Here’s a roadtrip itinerary picking up few of the best spots when in Barossa. 1. The Barossa Reservoir’s Whispering Wall A whisper can be heard clearly from both sides – approximately 140 metres away. Incredibly awesome, the wall really does whisper! A must try: Say a whisper from 140 metres away! Location: Whispering Wall Rd, Williamstown SA 5351 Distance from Adelaide: 67 km via National Highway M20 Drive Duration: 1 hour 2. Lyndoch Lavender Farm Extensive product shop of lavender varieties. Creative lavender baked goods, jams and ice cream served in a quaint venue with a vast outdoor area. A must try: Their Lavender ice cream Location: Hoffnungsthal Rd & Tweedies Gully Road, Lyndoch SA 5351 Distance from Whispering Wall: 12 km Drive Duration: 15 minutes 3. Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre Most popular stop while...



[wp_ad_camp_1] A 4-days roadtrip itinerary from Adelaide to Melbourne and vice versa. Spring and Summer are the best season to go on a road trip with DST in place, the days are longer and you can take advantage of the daylight. If you’re planning on a road trip to our neighboring state Victoria, here’s an itinerary which lets you maximise most of the places of interest in both SA and Victoria. Route #1 – Adelaide to Mt Gambier Distance: 430km Drive Duration: 5 hours Places of interest: Blue Lake and Umpherston Sinkhole The Blue Lake is an extinct volcanic crater which turns into a brilliant azure blue colour especially during the warmer months like summer. It is best to visit from December to end of March as it turns into winter grey from May to November. The Umpherston Sinkhole now a grandioce setting of a Sunken Garden was actually a...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Just an hour and a half drive from Adelaide, the Bluff lookout Encounter Bay offers amazing views of the coastline. A perfect spot for a walk!   [huge_it_gallery id=”6″]   [wp_ad_camp_3]