Road Trip Essentials: What to pack for First Aid and Health?
Road Trip Essentials: What to pack for First Aid and Health?

During our road trips, we can’t fully prevent the fact that we get sick or injured on the road. The truth is, injuries and sickness may happen at any time of a trip. But the key to ensuring you or your family stays as healthy as possible, is in being… Read more

Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail: Why haven’t you visited Aramac yet?

Out of nowhere, life-sized artistic sculptures started appearing on the outskirts of Aramac in the Australian outback.  Handcrafted from rusty discarded metals and placed prominently on the road to Lake Dunn, a freshwater lake of Queensland.  These towering iconic Australian sculptures had both locals and tourist bewildered. At first, the… Read more

VIDEO: Cape Arnhem, East Arnhem Land

Arnhem Land on the Gove NT peninsula is filled with hidden paradises, secluded beach and wide open offroad spaces to explore.   Cape Arnhem (Wanuway), situated on the most extreme eastern tip of Arnhemland, is ultimately the jewel pick of all the campsites.  How can we help you?  SUBSCRIBE to our… Read more

Is this Queensland’s BEST FREE CAMP? Babinda, Queensland

Loaded with facilities that would make even some caravan parks blush; the Babinda Rotary Park free camping spots, must go on your Australian camping checklist.  In fact, we think this could be one of Queensland’s best free camp sites!     Watch our VIDEO below for a personal tour of the… Read more

Take the detour! Porcupine Gorge, Queensland

  Along the Australian Dinosaur Trail, just 60km’s north of Hughenden, Queensland is this stunning ‘350 million years in the making’ gorge, secluded swimming hole and our very own Ancient sandstone Pyramid!!  The 2.4km return walk in to the gorge is strenuous; but with a bag of jelly beans we… Read more

Watch the sun set over the Australian Outback Captain Starlights Lookout, Longreach

I thought we were suppose to teach our kids that crime doesn’t pay! Captain Starlight, or Harry Redford the notorious Bushranger sent a man to the top of this lookout to keep a watch while he and his men stole 1,000 head of cattle!  Not a big enough feat already… Read more

Is the Cairns Aquarium, Queensland worth a visit?

In the short answer, YES!  But here is why… From the outset the entry price of $126 for a family is quite steep so before a visit. I put in a fair bit of research to make sure it was worth the cost. I would recommend you do the same… Read more

The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum in Cairns, Queensland is on the must visit list
The BEST place for BOYS (and Girls!) to visit in Cairns, Queensland

  If you are after an attraction that is completely out of the normal, a visit to The Australian Armour and Artillery Museum in Cairns, Queensland is on the must visit list – especially if you have boys (big or small!)   The museum is privately owned and the largest… Read more

WEEK 27 – CAIRNS, QUEENSLAND /// Swimming in the waterfalls, learning on the road and travelling with kids

A week in our shoes – WEEK 27 !  (A video made and edited by the whole family, including the kids Lol) Hold on tight and buckle up as we are a family that rarely sits still! We are the glass is half full, live life to the fullest, don’t… Read more

VIDEO – Bariŋura (Little Bondi), East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory

WOW!  How does a secluded beach on pristinely crystal clear waters sound right about now?  The fish are literally within arms reach! We spent an amazing day at Bariŋura (Little Bondi Beach), East Arnhem Land playing in the sand, exploring through the rocks with the kids and fully appreciating the… Read more