Have you had enough of Byron Bay? That’s hard to believe. But I understand you could be keen to explore somewhere new and different. Here’s an itinerary that will take you to Byron Bay hinterland. And you’ll be back on time on the coast for the Sunday morning surfing session.
We’ve explored many waterfalls on Australia’s East Coast, and without hesitation, I give Protesters Falls a spot on the must-see list for waterfall lovers. It’s also a nice short walk to escape the heat and the crowd from the coast and a beautiful spot to explore on the way to Nimbin.
There are many ways to enjoy the Great Barrier Reef, and a long weekend trip to Heron Island may be my favourite. You’ll fall in love just with the photos but also read these tips to optimise your visit. When is the best season? What to bring? What to do if you don’t dive nor snorkel?
Diving South West Rocks is a fantastic experience. Not only does it hosts an amazing marine life diversity, but it is also a memorable dive through one of the longest caves you can explore with a simple Open Water certification! Find out why Fish Rock Cave is one of my favourite diving spot in Australia…
Doing a road trip on Australia’s East Coast? Leave the Pacific Motorway for a change of scenery with this inland itinerary from Coffs Harbour to Brisbane. An opportunity to view beautiful waterfalls, stunning gorges and cute wildlife.
Do you want to enjoy the best views of Rainbow Beach and Double Island Point but you don’t have a 4WD? Good news: there are a few other ways to reach Double Island Point. Bonus: they’re all at least as fun as driving on the beach!
Wolf Rock is amongst Australia’s best dives, especially for the shark fans and those who like to see some big species. Learn more about this dive site!
Looking for romantic getaways near Brisbane? I have a few to suggest! My recipe for romantic getaways: just the two of us, nature and “luxury”. Does it sound like something you’d enjoy? Check out this list of my favourite spots to start planning your next romantic getaway now!
When was the last time you gave a milk bottle to a baby wallaby? Walked around with piglets? Cuddled a tiny kitten? Played with a lamb? Or seen baby turkeys?
A weekend away to the Granite Belt & Girraween National Park will make you discover an unknown facet of Queensland.