Home to the Pacific Islands, New Zealand and my own home, Australia. This part of the world boasts unique wildlife, ancient indigenous tribes and some of the world’s best natural wonders.
Oceania is home to my birthplace and where I currently live – Australia. My island home encompasses most of Oceania, but there are some other gems here too. New Zealand is Australia’s neighbour and here lies some of the most rugged natural beauty that you’ll ever see. Combined, it’s pretty hard to find a more breathtaking part of the world than these two countries. Oceania is also home to the pacific islands like Fiji and Vanuatu, with their family friendly, white sandy beaches being a favourite holiday destination.
I’ve naturally got loads of tips and places to visit in Australia. It’s such a huge country that even I haven’t seen all of it, despite having lived here all my life. I currently live in Sydney, but I grew up in Melbourne and I’ve also spent time in Hobart, Brisbane, Perth, Darwin, Cairns, The Gold Coast, The Whitsundays, The Blue Mountains, The Southern Highlands and this year I’ll be finally visiting the nation’s capital – Canberra.
Spending two days in Adelaide is always a good idea. This city is perfect for a weekend getaway full of great food and lovely beaches with the state’s famous wineries not too far away.
Looking for the most beautiful Christmas decorations in Sydney, Australia? I’ve explored the CBD to create this must-see list just for you.
With the holiday season looming, I’ve assembled a collection of fabulous and unique places to celebrate Christmas abroad.
A weekend in Newcastle might be just what the doctor ordered to get some sun and coastal walking in. Learn where to stay & what to do in this gorgeous coastal city located 2 hours from Sydney.
Outside Australia’s urban centres, there are an astounding number of regional holidays in Australia that will blow your mind from beach towns to forest getaways, national parks and historic towns.
Hobart has built an impressive reputation for itself, punching well above its weight when it comes to food, drink and culture. From museums to markets – there is so much to do here.
MONA – the eclectic Museum of Old and New Art – is arguably Tasmania’s biggest tourist drawcard. Learn everything there is to see, do and eat at MONA as you explore.
With most Aussie’s limited to purely domestic travel at the moment, I thought it would be a great opportunity to explore some of the best and most unique city breaks in Australia.
Answering the question of where to stay in Sydney is a truly tough one as there are just so many choices. The laziness of beach life or the bustling city? Here’s a few of my fave places to stay.
There are so many incredible things to do in the Whitsundays. This archipelago made up of 74 islands is one of Australia’s most beautiful regions to holiday.
Brunch is Sydney’s favourite pastime, so it goes without saying that most locals know where to find a bottomless mimosa or eggs with a view on the weekend.
Kamay Botany Bay National Park is home to so much rich history and beautiful scenery that it is definitely worth a day trip from Sydney.
Love wine? Then you will love this guide to Australia’s amazing and unique wine regions written by a group of fabulous travel bloggers and me.
Together with a group of bloggers, I’ve assembled a list of the best beaches in Australia from every state and territory to spend your summer holidays.
There are so many things to do in the Royal National Park. Located just south of Sydney, this national park has plenty to delight visitors.
It is absolutely the time of year to go chasing waterfalls. And whilst waterfalls in Sydney might be a little scarce in the heart of the city, there are plenty of excellent waterfalls close by.
Two days in the Hunter Valley is the perfect amount of time to experience the rich New South Wales wine region just inland from Newcastle.
A collection of the best National Parks in the world located in Africa, Oceania and Asia as compiled by a group of amazing travel bloggers.