• AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    SNORKELLING ON NINGALOO REEF

    Snorkelling on Ningaloo Reef is an exceptional experience. Over 200 coral, 500 fish, 650 mollusc and 600 crustacean in deep sea habitats, not further than 100 metres from the shore. This marine life is at your fingertips! Ningaloo Reef is Australia's largest fringing coral reef and one of the most accessible coral reefs in the world. In this blog post, I'm going to share with you the best snorkel locations on Ningaloo Reef.

  • AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    CAPE RANGE NATIONAL PARK

    Cape Range National Park ranks high on my list of best places to visit in Western Australia. Just imagine rugged, arid canyons that contrast with white sparkling beaches, and clear turquoise water. Sounds good? There's something even better. Ningaloo Reef which is Australia’s largest fringing coral reef with over 200 coral and 500 fish in deep sea habitats. Find out more about Cape Range National Park in this blog post.

  • Kennedy Range National Park
    AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    KENNEDY RANGE NATIONAL PARK

    Kennedy Range National Park is a highly underrated travel destination in Western Australia. Mostly because it's rugged and isolated, but at the same time immensely beautiful. Just imagine spectacular cliffs raising 100 metres above the ground and a maze of steep-sided canyons. I think that Kennedy Range National Park is one of the best places to visit in Western Australia. In this blog post, I’m going to prove you why. Let's go!

  • AUSTRALIA,  WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    KARIJINI NATIONAL PARK

    Karijini National Park is one of the best places to visit in Western Australia. Sheer cliffs providing spectacular views. Dramatic gorges with walking trails. Rock pools offering a refreshing treat. Sounds like a paradise? You won’t be disappointed. There is no single place in Karijini National Park I wouldn’t recommend. What do you need to know before visiting this place? In this blog post, I’m going to answer this question. Let's go!

  • Walking Tracks near Melbourne
    AUSTRALIA,  VICTORIA

    WALKING TRACKS NEAR MELBOURNE

    If you are staying in Melbourne for a while, you may be interested in taking a day walk nearby the city or a bit shorter one on Saturday afternoon. If you enjoy outdoor activities, make sure to check my list of walking tracks near Melbourne. Good news is that you don't have to own a car to get to those places!

  • 223 Franklin Street, street art Melbourne
    AUSTRALIA,  VICTORIA

    MELBOURNE: STREET ART [2020]

    Street art in Melbourne changes as quickly as traffic lights at Flinders Station. Laneways are going through constant transformation, and they never look the same. The city is vibrant, dynamic, intense and you have an opportunity to discover it every day, as if you were here for the first time again. In this blog post, I’m going to share with you some iconic places that all street art fans should visit in Melbourne. Enjoy!

  • Wilsons Prom
    AUSTRALIA,  VICTORIA

    WILSONS PROMONTORY: WHAT TO DO?

    Wilsons Promontory National Park is located on a peninsula that forms the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland. It's a walker paradise with a variety of tracks of different lengths and difficulty levels. It also stuns with sandy beaches, spectacular lookouts, rainforests and wildlife. In this blog post, I'm going to share with you some ideas what to do in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Let's jump right into it!

  • Wilsons Promontory
    AUSTRALIA,  VICTORIA

    WILSONS PROMONTORY: NEED TO KNOW

    Wilsons Promontory National Park is one of the key highlights of Victoria. It's a real paradise for outdoor lovers. Just imagine, sandy beaches, pristine nature, wildlife and walking tracks that go through rainforest and spectacular lookouts. Stunning views are guaranteed! In this blog post, I’m going to share with you all you need to know before going to Wilsons Promontory National Park. I hope you enjoy the reading!

  • Phillip Island
    AUSTRALIA,  VICTORIA

    PHILLIP ISLAND: TOP THINGS TO DO

    Phillip Island is located 140 kilometres from Melbourne. It's a perfect destination for a weekend trip. Have you been wondering what are the top things to do on Phillip Island? It doesn't matter if you live in Melbourne or travel across Australia. Phillip Island offers a lot, so I'm pretty sure you won't regret a two-day visit here. In this blog post, I’m going to share with you the top things to do on Phillip Island. Here we go!

  • Phillip Island
    AUSTRALIA,  VICTORIA

    HOW TO GET TO PHILLIP ISLAND?

    Phillip island is located 140 km from Melbourne and surprisingly, it's linked by a public transport network. Why is it such a surprise? Mainly because travelling in Australia without a car is almost impossible. There are very few tourist places that can be visited without a vehicle. Having said that, is it a good idea to use public transport to get to Phillip Island or is it better to choose a car? This blog post will help you decide!