If you are planning to drive a vehicle while on holiday, you should check whether you need to obtain an International Drivers Permit.
Welcome to the 2016 edition of the ranked list of the top Australian and New Zealand travel blogs. For the first version of this list I have assessed and ranked 138 travel blogs, and I expect to add more blogs to this list following publication so that it is comprehensive. The new post of Top Australian … Read more
You can’t visit New Zealand without indulging in at least one hot spring. New Zealand is a volcanic country so hot springs are everywhere. They range from the luxurious manicured hot springs of the Rotorua region to ‘locals only’ free hot springs within beaches, rivers and other nooks and crannies. If you love to hike … Read more
The giant London Eye Ferris Wheel became an instantly recognisable icon of the London skyline when it opened in March 2000. After the success of the London Eye over 20 other giant Ferris wheel projects have been initiated around the world, some which have been successful and many which never got further than a concept. … Read more
You can walk across bridges anywhere in the world. But did you realise that there are only three places in the world where you can climb on the top of a bridge? All three are ‘Down Under’ in Australia and New Zealand. The standout option is the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, which is closely followed … Read more
When we drove to Mildura from Turlee Station we experienced bittersweet emotions. While we were looking forward to exploring Mildura we were also keenly aware that our outback New South Wales journey was almost at its end.
Sometimes you have an experience which is profound. You never know when those moments will strike so you can’t plan it. Our visit to Mungo National Park in outback New South Wales gifted me with one of these rare overpowering moments.