Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city and the largest in Queensland. During our east coast trip of Australia, the first big city along the way we visited was Brisbane. We arrived just after Christmas so we were looking forward to enjoying the New Year celebrations. The city is centered around The Brisbane River or the … Continue reading Exploring Brisbane, Australia
The Whitsundays are a world renowned island chain off the coast of Australia, home to arguably the most famous beach in the world, Whitehaven Beach. The Whitsundays are situated in the Coral Sea and accessible from Airlie Beach, a beautiful and relaxing beach town in Northern Queensland. The most common way to visit this island … Continue reading Budget Friendly Trip To The Whitsundays and Whitehaven Beach
No visit to Cairns would be complete without experiencing the natural beauty of the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the best dive sites in the world. It is made up of a collection of nearly 3,000 individual reefs and covers a huge 344,000 square kilometre, making it the world's largest … Continue reading Exploring The Great Barrier Reef On Green Island National Park.
Skydiving is almost a rite of passage for anyone visiting Australia. Nearly every tourist town and city you visit will have skydive packages on offer. I took some time to research the best companies and locations. In the end I decided to do my skydive over Mission Beach, situated two hours south of Cairns. There … Continue reading Australian Skydive – Mission Beach
The Tropical North of Queensland is possibly one of the most enchanting areas in Australia. The ocean is home the the world's biggest reef systems, the Great Barrier Reef and then along the coastline is Daintree, the oldest rainforest in the world. During our stay in Cairns we knew visiting the tropical rainforest of Daintree … Continue reading Cairns to Cape Tribulation Road Trip