I’m always on the hunt for new road trip destinations in Victoria. I stumbled upon this blog post a few months ago and instantly added the Warburton Redwood Forest to my list. You’d be forgiven for completely missing or dismissing the Redwood Forest. From the small car park, it looks just like any regular forest.
Last weekend we hired a car. Mostly to go to IKEA, but also to get out of the city for a bit. Living (and working) in the concrete jungle, I often crave getting out of Melbourne and away from the tall buildings and large crowds. I was keen to go for a big walk in
Scotland has been on my list of must-see places since I was a kid. I’ve always felt proud of my Scottish heritage, and have been keen to see where my ancestors came from. Scotland has a rich history, and so many amazing locations to visit. There was no way we could fit everything in, but
One of the things we were most excited about doing in Western Australia was taking a trip to Rottnest Island to meet the Quokka. A Quokka is a little critter that calls the islands off Western Australia home. They look like a cross between a wallaby and a smaller animal like a rat or rabbit.
Three things we really wanted to do during our visit to WA: catch up with family, check out the gorgeous range of beaches, and explore a cave or two. Jewel Cave was at the top of our list. So, during our epic South-Western Australia Road Trip, we were sure to make our way to Jewel
The only thing better than a road trip is a road trip along the south-west coast of Western Australia with your family. Amiright? Think four adults squished in the back seat, long drives between stops, and twenty different opinions about where to go and how to get there. But more on that later. First, a
Ready to take a virtual road trip to Cradle Mountain? I’ve picked up your favourite snacks, got a great playlist ready to go, and the tank is full of petrol. All you need to do is buckle your seatbelt and settle in for the ride. Cradle Mountain lies in the Central Highlands of Tasmania, here
Marysville is a quaint little town full of Autumn leaves, flowing waterfalls, and beautiful art. In 2009, this small town was devastated by bush fires. Lives were lost, homes and buildings were destroyed, and the locals were left reeling in the wake of it. This day has since been called Black Saturday. Visiting today, it
I can’t believe we’ve been in Melbourne for five whole years, and never once visited Wilsons Prom. Until now. In desperate need of an escape from the city, we hired a car and made the 2.5 hour drive to Wilsons Promontory National Park, fully immersing ourselves in nature. Wilsons Prom is nothing short of magical.