- Melbourne Walks # 1
I must say I love gardens as I'm a keen gardener, but you don't have to be a keen gardener to enjoy them, for this walk took me to Treasury gardens and the much larger Fitzroy gardens wh Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 12, 2017
- Melbourne Walks # 1
I always check out walking trails where-ever I go, so for 6 days in Melbourne I did the same.
Melbourne has excellent trails to follow, all have free brochures with the name of the trai Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 12, 2017
- Melbourne Walks # 1
MELBOURNE - SPORTS CAPITAL OF THE WORLD 2016 - MOST LIVEABLE CITY IN THE WORLD
As I live in Brisbane, Queensland, so Melbourne is south of the border and the inhabitants are known Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the Pavement | Jan 12, 2017
- Tuesday 10-1Beautiful sunshine again as we headed west ? Seeing we were close to S.A. Rosey wanted to get over the border today so we told Navman Karen to take us to Naracoorte. Of course the easy way would have been Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- Monday 9-1In typical Victorian weather conditions Sunday arvo turned to Crap so we decided to move in search of sun. After studying Wikicamps we headed to a place called Wannon that had a camp area near a waterfall. What a surprise, Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- 1st HopWe left Korumburra (cheering loudly) on Saturday 7-1-2017 and headed to the Sorrento to Queenscliff Ferry. 1st on & 1st off, so far a good start.
Arrived at our first stop of Meredith Park C Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- Australia the Easy WayWell it's finally happening, we are on the road full-time. We've cleaned out the house and put it up for sale with an agent while we travel around this big country and see what others have been raving about :) Posted by baz and rosey in The Big Trip | Jan 11, 2017
- The East CoastSo on a lot of our blog posts we tell you to prepare yourself for a long blog, well, hold on to your hats guys, because this one will blow you out of the water!
Don't worry its mainly photos as Posted by Benannatravels in South East Asia and Australia | Jan 10, 2017
- One Sleep to GOWell less than 24 hours to go, Dog settled at Mark's, Packing well in hand and the apartment is ready to lock up and leave. 84 nights ahead of us. First stop in Auckland. Hopefully it will be less traumatic Posted by Acudoc2007 in Circumnavigation of South America | Jan 10, 2017
- Aussie Christmas After two relaxed days in Busselton, we were keen to explore the coast on the way to Margaret River. Our first stop was at the Cape Naturaliste lighthouse for taking a walk to the whale lookout. As whale watching season Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 9, 2017
- Around the two lakes at the Murray River mouthAround the Lakes:
We travelled back through Strathalbyn (check out my photo of the amazing second hand book shop) towards Wellington, where we met with our first of two free, 24 hour, ferry crossings. We loved how simple it was to Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 6, 2017
- In possum habitatAfter two nights at a commercial big caravan park, we longed for a quiet place to stay for the night. We found exactly what we were looking for at Yalgorup National Park. The Martin’s Tank campground was fairly big and Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 6, 2017
- Around PerthAs we reached the Northern suburbs of Perth, we were keen to have lunch. It was not really on purpose that we ended up at Yanchep NP. It was probably just good fortune, as we realized soon after getting there. Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 4, 2017
- Fleurieu PeninsuaVictor Harbor (Population 15200)
We knew that finding a spot to base ourselves and camp between Christmas and New Year was always going to be a challenge. We couldn’t book earlier because it would take away our freedom to explore and Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 3, 2017
- Bye, bye bush - hello town As we reached Geraldton, we ended up in afternoon rush-hour. This had not been an issue in our travels so far. Latest by then, we realized that we had left the bush and reached the more populated areas of Western Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 3, 2017
- Cooma and the Snowy Mountains.We are staying in a quiet little town called Cooma, the capital of the Snowy Mountains.
On the map we spotted a town called 'Frying Pan' and decided to go there. the trip led us to a lake with an unpronounceable Posted by Johannstock in Johann & Noelene's Trip to Tasmania | Jan 2, 2017
- Barrington Tops to Blue MountainsWe travelled south from Gloucester to Singleton and then through the Yang National Park to Richmond; our base for exploring the Blue Mountains. At Richmond we stayed in a lovely free camp where we enjoyed lovely meals at the local Posted by Johannstock in Johann & Noelene's Trip to Tasmania | Dec 31, 2016
- Discovering history - windows into the pastAfter more time than planned, it was time to leave Denham and its nice playground again. We suspect that it was probably just installed a couple of weeks earlier for the 400-year celebration of the first documented European landing in Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Dec 31, 2016
- Sandy off road adventures After two days at Monkey Mia with the dolphins, it was time to pack up, as we wanted to head up into Francois Peron NP. Knowing that most of the national park is only accessible by high clearance 4WD, specifically Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Dec 29, 2016
- Adelaide HillsMount Barker (Population 33 000)
We based ourselves in Mt Barker, which was such a lovely town (and so well located to allow us to explore) that we extended several times. We ended up staying 8 nights. A highlight at the Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Dec 28, 2016
- The dolphins of Shark BayAdmittedly, we have been spoiled by the warm and pleasant temperatures back in tropical Broome. As a consequence, we are a bit hesitant to continue moving further south, as this inevitably means cooler and cooler temperatures. But after a couple Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Dec 27, 2016
- AdelaideAdelaide (Population 1.25 mil)
Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is known as the "City of Churches". There are churches everywhere in the city and some of them have been incorporated into the campus of the Adelaide University. Run Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Dec 26, 2016
- ItineraryI wasn't sure if I would blog on this trip to India. On previous trips I have had more time before we left to set up things. This year I haven't even got around to my Christmas letter. Posted by thorogoodsindia in India 2017 | Dec 26, 2016
- 18 days to go Have now been in our apartment for nearly 2 weeks. Will start our final preparations for the cruise to South America in the next week or so.
We are really looking forward to a 3 month rest after all of the Posted by Acudoc2007 in Circumnavigation of South America | Dec 24, 2016
- The first week.We travelled via Casino, Whiporie, Kungulla up to the picturesque Nana Glen (close to Coffs Harbour). Nana Glen is an Equestrian Centre where we stayed two nights having a very restful time. We explored the beaches around Coffs Harbour Posted by Johannstock in Johann & Noelene's Trip to Tasmania | Dec 23, 2016