Category: Travel Guides

A Quick Guide to Hiking The Glass  House Mountains!

National Parks in Queensland? There are so many to visit and so many to choose from! Queensland is an oasis for all types of National Parks. From Hiking the Glass House Mountains and Mount Tamborine. To lounging on the Whitsundays and swimming the Great Barrier Reef. Queensland screams diversity. A drive down Queensland’s east coast is an all-time favourite with travellers and a place I often see overlooked on these itineraries is the Glass House Mountains.

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One Day San Francisco Itinerary for First Timers!

This one day San Francisco Itinerary is perfect for first timers visiting the city for a short amount of time. California will always have a special place in my heart. After all, it was what I like to call my first real travel destination. After completing a three-year nursing degree I needed to get out of the UK and explore something other than the anatomy textbooks that had dominated my world as a nursing student.

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If your travelling Australia and haven’t got a visit to the Gold Coast scribbled into your plans then I wanna know, why not?

You might be thinking that Australia is full of beaches so what does it matter if I miss out a few on the Gold Coast? Hopefully I can show you a little snippet of how much fun you can have on the Gold Coast. More specifically..

At Surfers Paradise

As we boarded the train at Fortitude Valley we were finally on our way to the coast,

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Whale Watching
A Tale from the Ocean

“We’re on the wrong side of the road! Quick wave, run, ah the lights are at red! We are going to miss it!” Our day whale watching was almost cut very short when the lovely blue bus which was coming to collect us cruised straight passed us on the other side of the road.

As the alarm is pounding beside me with a groan I flip over and hit snooze,

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Whenever anybody mentions the word Australia I’m pretty sure kangaroos and koalas pop straight into your creative mind! I know they did for me and hearing that there’s a place you can meet both of these Aussie animals, well I just had to visit! Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is one of the biggest of it’s kind here in Australia. Take the day to enjoy a real-life Aussie wildlife experience. Koalas aren’t yet endangered in Australia but at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary they help injured Koalas.

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Hey & welcome to another post showing how awesome Brisbane Australia really is! If you read my previous post ‘Free Things To Do in Brisbane’. (If you didn’t then please check it out!)

Then you’ll probably be wondering why this stunning trek up Mount Coot Tha in Brisbane Australia wasn’t included just from looking at that view!

That’s because we hadn’t explored this gem until this week! But if your in Brisbane then heading to Mount Coot Tha should definitely be on your list!

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In this post I’m going to share with you some of the great free things to do in Brisbane! We’ve only been in Brisbane just over a week but we’ve already been exploring things to do in this beautiful city, including a bunch of free activities! Often outcast by its much bigger sisters Sydney and Melbourne, this vibrant city is often overlooked and underrated!

It may not be your typical sea, surf and all things BBQ but Brisbane is foodie and cultural heaven!

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New York City – 8 Free Things To Do

8 Free Things to Do in New York City – I don’t know about you but one of my favourite parts about exploring a new place is finding all the exciting things you can get up to for free! There isn’t any traveller I know who doesn’t love a good bargain after all why pay a higher price for something that you could get for cheaper?!

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