Since moving to Western Australia I’ve been quietly exploring the area and getting to know my new home. To say I’ve enjoyed what I’ve seen is an understatement. To give you a sample of what’s to come on the blog now that I’m catching up, a few weeks back I took a road trip up the north coast and stayed in a caravan park right next to the Jurien Bay […]
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There’s something about Australia’s beautiful landscapes that I really can’t get enough of. The above shot taken along the walk to the Kondalilla Falls on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland and was yet another example of why I love my country. It’s something I’d forgotten before I set off to travel Europe and explore the world. Views like this were expected and I’d stopped appreciating them, instead I was fascinated by […]
The Sunshine Coast, located north of Brisbane is the holiday destination you always wanted to visit but never knew existed. At least that’s been my experience after spending the last few days exploring this fabulous region of Queensland. Most people associate the Sunshine Coast with relaxed family holidays or romantic couple getaways what with the likes of Australia Zoo, Underwater World and Noosa calling the area home. And they would […]
Over 3 years ago I posted about how to apply for a Tier 5 UK Youth Mobility Visa (previously called the working holiday visa) as an Australian. I’d struggled with finding the correct information so thought to share my experience with the world in the hopes it would help somebody else. The response to my posts has been nothing short of amazing since then so to all of you who’ve […]
This post could just read visit the Grampians National Park and leave it at that. Such is the abundance of beauty and attractions in the area. But to be honest it wouldn’t be giving the area the respect it deserves so allow me to show you why the area is worth your time. For those that don’t know, the Grampians National Park (or Gariwerd as the local Aboriginal people named […]
Riding the Indian Pacific from one side of Australia to the other is not your usual mode of transport for getting around the country. But when you can enjoy views like the one above of our train inching its way towards the blue mountains on a bright sunny morning it sure makes the experience worth it.