Normans Beach Wilsons Prom

Victoria’s Little Secret…Wilson’s Prom – the Highlights and Where To Stay

Wilson’s Prom is like a closely guarded secret for Melbournians.  Officially called Wilsons Promontory National Park, in typical Aussie fashion it is shortened to just “The Prom” by locals.  Set three hours east of Melbourne, this National Park is the most southerly point in mainland Australia and offers pristine wilderness.  It offers so much for families with its safe swimming …


6 Things You Have to do in Melbourne

After spending nearly two years living in Melbourne, I can fully attest to its reputation as one of the “most liveable cities in the world”.  It may not be as well known as its big sister Sydney, but it is a city that gets under your skin in the best possible way.  It doesn’t have the quintessential Aussie beaches or …

Melbourne foodie

My Melbourne Food Favourites

If you have read the blog over the past two years, you know I LOVE food.  In fact, it is one of my favourite parts of travel.  When I went to Singapore last year for 5 days, I knew I had 15 meals to enjoy there and we definitely made the most of each meal. Luckily we have spent the …

Coober Pedy sign

What to do in Coober Pedy in 1 Day

One of the things I love the most about doing a road trip is that you get to see the “in-between” places.  They aren’t the major sites and aren’t places you would necessarily visit on their own, but they fill in the picture of a place. Coober Pedy was one of the places I was most looking forward to on …

West MacDonnell Ranges

Into the Outback: Our Red Centre Australia Road Trip

So often visitors to Australia fail to understand how large the country is and try to cover too much on their travels.  Most visitors concentrate their trip on the populated coastal areas with its beaches, cosmopolitan cities and lush wilderness.  However, a visit to the Red Centre of Australia presents a completely different experience with its iconic sites, rich cultural …