Planning a Blue Mountains self-drive itinerary can be overwhelming. This day and overnight trip ideas take you to my favourite spots in the national park!
Are the popular Wentworth Falls walks worth it despite the crowd? Learn more about this Blue Mountains stop and get tips to maximise your visit.
It seems no one ever visits the Blue Mountains without stopping at the Three Sisters and Echo Point. Is it really worth a spot on your bucket list?
Pulpit Rock (Blackheath) offers the most stunning views in the Blue Mountains. Find out more about how to get there and things to do around.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is an ideal day trip from Sydney. If you’re not in the mood for making too many efforts, check out this one-day itinerary.
Nelson Bay in Port Stephens is a fantastic destination, as a day or weekend trip from Sydney or as an excellent detour during a Sydney to Brisbane road trip on Australia’s East Coast. Learn more about things to do in Nelson Bay to plan your visit and don’t miss these amazing must-dos and must-sees.
The Royal National Park is one of Australia’s most beautiful national parks and also one of the easiest to access from a major city. Despite the proximity of Sydney, the wilderness feeling while exploring its many walking tracks stayed intact.
You’re visiting Sydney, and you want to go to the beach. You will straight away face a challenge: Bondi Beach or Manly Beach? Despite their differences, they will both serve you the Australian cliche. Read my tips to make the right choice!
What’s the best way to experience Sydney Harbour Bridge? Good news: there a few options to get fantastic views! There’s a big debate about the Pylon Lookout vs Bridge Climb. Which one is the best? Learn more in this article to make a decision.
Out of all my trips to the Blue Mountains, abseiling and canyoning were the best way to experience the Blue Mountains… if you like water and sport!