Tagged: Road trip

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The most scenic drive we’ve ever had is our drive from Queenstown to Mount Cook in New Zealand back in June 2019.  The road along the way is simply breathtaking. Mount Cook is the tallest mountain in New Zealand 3,724 meters (12,218 ft) in elevation located in the center of the South Island. Footage shot using Fujifilm X-T100. Please don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to my Youtube channels for more scenic drives and walking tours to beautiful places and spots. Thank you for your support.

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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 –...



The locality of Wool Bay is approximately 220 kilometres from Adelaide. This small seaside town is located on the east coast of southern Yorke Peninsula. A perfect place to relax and enjoy a peaceful and quiet atmosphere. The Wool bay Jetty is best known as a great fishing spot. We spent the Australia day long weekend with friends at Wool Bay and visited neighbouring towns such as Stansbury, Edithburgh and Port Hughes. ACCOMMODATIONWe booked our accommodation at Pickering Cottages through their online booking system. It was very convenient and the owner almost immediately confirmed our booking. This place is highly recommendable. Cabins have two bedrooms in it, with complete amenities such as fridge, kitchen and utensils, a dining area, TV, barbeque area, an outdoor area where kids can ran around. For more information on tariffs visit their website. THINGS TO DO Fishing at Wool bay JettyOne of South Australia’s best...



[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] One of the coolest outdoor and Aussie experience is simply to try the drive-in cinema. I love the movies and this has probably become one of my favorite fun things to do. In Adelaide, we have the Mainline Drive-in Cinema in Gepps Cross operated by Wallis Cinemas. It has a large outdoor movie screen and a huge car parking area. You can watch the movie inside your car or outdoor on camping chairs(if the weather is not too cold). Some people with van or SUV type of vehicles open the boot of their cars fold down the back seats and lay down comfortably. Where to find Mainline Drive-in Cinema? Mainline Drive-in Cinema is located north of Adelaide City. Just across a well-known intersection ‘Gepps Cross’ along main north road. Here’s their complete address: 588 Main North Road, Gepps Cross SA 5094.   How much? You have the option to...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Roadtrip Route Map It’s been months since I last updated this blog been busy with some other things. But yes, I intend to keep this for as long as I can. I just came back from a quick but fun-filled trip to the Queensland and still high from the pristine beach of Noosa Heads. Love it there! There are just too many places and spots to explore here down under. It’s the first the day of 2017 and I’m back to where my heart is – South Australia – quiet, low-key but secretly abundant in landscape and stunning coastline. If you’re in Adelaide and want a quick drive to the beach try this road trip route idea. MIDDLETON BEACH – SELLICKS BEACH  – PORT WILLUNGA Roadtrip First destination: Middleton Surfing Beach How to get there: From Adelaide set your navigator to 224 Surfers Parade, Middleton SA 5213. Along the...