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Queenstown New Zeland 0


We’ve seen how beautiful Queenstown is –at least in pictures! It’s about time we visit and experience this famous city of New Zealand. And see it for ourselves. We figured out winter would be a perfect season to be swept away in those incredible views of snow-capped mountains. We visited Queenstown in the winter months from 27 June to 1 July 2019. In anticipation of the cold weather, we had to pack reliable winter clothes as temperatures can drop to negative zero degrees. This includes thermal under wears, thermal waterproof gloves, snow boots and other layers of clothing. So packing was a bit tricky. Our group was composed of 6 adults and a toddler before the trip we had already booked a 4-bedroom Airbnb accommodation, Milford Sound Coach and Cruise tour as well as an 8-seater van from Avis car rentals. SHARING OUR ITINERARY FOR THIS TRIP: DAY 1 –...

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania 0


We realized 5 days in Tasmania was a bit rushed, but nevertheless we managed to squeeze in most of the highlights of this beautiful place down under. Before our trip we had organized the following: Car hire – from Europcar we chose a small SUV and Europcar provided us a Toyota Rav 4 which was very spacious equipped with safety features. Accommodations – in Cradle Mountain, St Helen’s, Swansea and Hobart for one night in each place. Park Pass – we bought the holiday pass for 8 weeks online (even though we won’t be staying that long) which cost us $60. This was cheaper than buying individual pass per national park. For more information visit the Tasmania Parks & Wildlife Service website. Here’s our 5-day itinerary for this trip: DAY 1 – CATARACT GORGE RESERVE AND LIFFEY FALLS RESERVE We flew in Tasmania via Launceston airport and drove all the...



If you’re looking to find a place for a day road trip. Then try this out it’s an easy drive to the Mid-Murray via the Southeastern Freeway. Treat yourself to a family picnic and sweeping views of Australia’s longest river spanning 2,508 kilometres the river flows through Victoria and New South Wales. First stop, Mannum Visitor Information Centre at 6 Randell St Mannum SA 5238. It’ll be good to stop by the visitor centre to get maps, guides and some information about the various attractions of the place. Then proceed to Mary Ann reserve (located at River Ln) for a picnic or a barbecue at the park while sightseeing along the riverfront. The reserve has ample parking spaces, toilet and bbq facilities all for free. It’s a great place to relax with family or friends. You’ll most likely to spot the Murray Princess – paddle steamer as it cruises along...

cairns australia 0


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.

Barossa Roadtrip 0


[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...