OUR FAVORITE 3 OFF-ROAD DRIVING TRACKS IN AUSTRALIA

If you’re keen on leaving the bitumen for the dirt, these are our favorite 3 off-road driving tracks in Australia. Australia is something of a road-tripper’s dream. All you have to do is gather some friends, stock a car and set out. In addition to the wide, open paved roads, Australia has some of the […]

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OUR 6 FAVORITE QUEENSLAND CAMPSITES

It is tough living in Brisbane where we are blessed with an almost embarrassing number of beach camping options. Double Island Point, Fraser Island, Moreton Island and Straddie. Here is our six hidden camping gems. Kinkuna Kinkuna is bush camping at the beach with only the sea breeze to keep you company that gets the […]

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NUDGEE BEACH QUEENSLAND. AUSTRALIA

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” It pays to visit the same place a couple of times.  It might be because the light didn’t play ball on your first visit, or it was pouring rain when you arrived and it also pays to visit the same place in different seasons.  You see, the […]

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CURRUMBIN ROCK POOLS QLD. AUSTRALIA

Out of bed and on the highway then a picturesque, relaxing drive through the dense, green Currumbin Valley, where we enjoyed a good early morning swim at the Currumbin rock pools on the Gold Coast.   The Currumbin rock pools are a very popular place and family favourite during summer, but with the Gold Coast’s temperate […]

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WALKABOUT CREEK HOTEL, McKINLAY QLD. AUSTRALIA

The Walkabout Creek Hotel, is in Middleton Street, (Landsborough Highway) McKinlay QLD. It was once the Shire Hall. The Hotel was originally known as the Federal Hotel. It was built in 1900 and licensed in 1901. Up until the time that the Crododile Dundee movie was filmed there, the pub was known as the Federal […]

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AUSTRALIAN ADVENTURE PARK, BURRUM HEADS. AUSTRALIA

We always say that the best moments in life are those you spend with someone you love. We’ve had tons of these amazing moments our travels – like seeing the Colosseum where chariot races and gladiators once entertained the citizens of the Roman Empire,  walked the city of romance Paris, dropped by St. Peter’s Basilica […]

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SNAPPER ROCKS QUEENSLAND. AUSTRALIA

 I got up at 3 am in the morning today and headed down the M1 to hopefully get a good sunrise on my day off. I headed to one of my favorite and popular spots in Snapper Rocks. Snapper Rocks is a small rocky outcrop on the northern side of Point Danger at the southern […]

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