Noosa National Park Coastal Track

The Noosa National Park coastal track has to be one of the most beautiful walks we've ever done in SE Queensland, it's just stunning. We decided to start the walk at Sunshine Beach, though you may choose to start at Noosa if you prefer. Towards the northern end of Sunshine Beach you'll find steep stairs … Continue reading Noosa National Park Coastal Track

Sunset & Stars: Wild Horse Mt Lookout

So, a couple of weeks back we decided to jump in the car equipped with our camera, tripod and torches and head up to Wild Horse Mountain Lookout (just off the Bruce Highway, Qld)  to check out the sunset and stars (also UFOs after watching a Netflix doco filmed in the surrounding area.) Alas, we saw … Continue reading Sunset & Stars: Wild Horse Mt Lookout

Brisbane to 1770, with a stop at the Milky Way

Ahhh, mini-breaks, little lifelines to get you through the monotonous working weeks while you save dollarydoos for travelling. This particular 4 day road trip had us heading north from Brisbane, camping our way up the our final destination of Seventeen Seventy, (small coastal town where Jame's Cook first landed in the area we now call … Continue reading Brisbane to 1770, with a stop at the Milky Way

Two Nights in the Amalfi Coast

We have just returned from a one week trip to Italy which included a two night stay in the Amalfi Coast and it was so stunningly spectacular it honestly does live up to all the hype which surrounds it. Two nights certainly wasn't long enough to explore all that the UNESCO World Heritage Site had … Continue reading Two Nights in the Amalfi Coast

Magical Milford Sound

Nestled in the west coast of South Island, New Zealand, Milford Sound is undeniably one of the most beautiful locations within the country. We had eagerly been awaiting our visit to the fiords ever since we had begun planning our road trip and heard so many wonderful accounts of the area. While mapping out our … Continue reading Magical Milford Sound

Exploring Putangirua Pinnacles: LOTR film location

Lord of the Rings superfans, take a look at this... Recently we took a little drive out of Wellington to have a gander at the Putangirua Pinnacles, a product from mother nature herself which lent themselves wonderfully in LOTR: Return of the King. The pinnacles are within a small national park, I wouldn't describe the … Continue reading Exploring Putangirua Pinnacles: LOTR film location