With a lavender farm and a vineyard, they promised a taste of French Provence on the Scenic Rim – only one hour away from Brisbane. We miss Provence, so we had to check it out! Read more about our lunch and wine tasting experience on our way back from Mount Barney National Park.
Mount Barney is a challenging but fun hike not far from Brisbane with spectacular views on the Scenic Rim and further. Go there prepared: this hike is not for everyone, and you don’t want to bet on luck to find your way up there!
Do you sometimes find it hard to identify what you are looking at? Peak Finder identifies all mountains and peaks around you with a 360° panorama display.
We all love to watch the sunset or the sunrise. What about watching the moonrise? Watch the next supermoon: the Moon appears larger and brighter than usual.
You are visiting Brisbane, the capital of the Sunshine State, but the sun forgot about your arrival. No worries, there are awesome things to do in Brisbane when it’s raining! Whether you want to stay dry or embrace the weather, you can have fun on a rainy day. Check this out!
Overnight canoeing is often mentioned as the best way to experience Katherine Gorge. It is indeed an amazing adventure but it will not seduce everybody!
Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park (Northern Territory) was mentioned by Australian friends as their favourite place. I had to check it out!
With many easy walks for spectacular views on the rainforest and on beautiful falls, a visit to Springbrook National Park is my favourite day trip from Brisbane.
My favourite place of the safari. How rare is it to be able to admire a splendid lake alive with legion of birds, hippos, wildhogs, zebras and wilderbeests?
A never ending pristine beach with crystal-clear water… An amazing daytrip – or longer! – just outside Brisbane to fully disconnect from the city!