Some of Australia’s best-kept secrets are hidden behind layers of rock and limestone. Aside from its pristine beaches, gorgeous coastlines, and vibrant cities, Australia is also filled with breathtaking caves that’ll transport you back to the prehistoric ages. For a not-your-usual trip that’s sure to give you an adrenaline rush, book a cave tour on your next holiday. Include the following caves in your list for an adventure you won’t forget.
So you’re about to leave for your holiday, all your bags are packed and ready to go (Yes, that was a Leaving On A Jetplane reference. #sorrynotsorry), you’ve got your itinerary and your neighbour to agree to do a little bit of house-sitting for you — is there anything else you’re forgetting? You might want to check your car.
One way to spend your winter weekends with family and friends is to drop by local festivals. Aside from creating a sense of community, many of these events promote local talent and industry. Plus, you get to enjoy lots of delicious food. From delectable desserts to succulent dishes made from the freshest local produce, you’re sure to satisfy your cravings for winter warmers and comfort food. Check out the list below for some of the events you should check out:
Tired of the same workout routines? Maybe you just need a change of scenery? Maybe you even want to meet a few new friends to help motivate you to keep pushing through. Here’s the beauty of being in Melbourne: you don’t need to be confined in the four corners of the gym to keep yourself fit. If you know your own backyard, you’re sure to find ways to keep yourself in tiptop shape while having loads of fun. We did a poll at the Melbourne Airport Parking base and got everyone’s favourite non-gym ways to excercise. Here are a few of our favourites for you to try out:
You may think that camping is a summer activity, but going on a camping trip during winter is also just as fun and exciting. The key here is to choose a destination that matches your camping skills and what conveniences you’re willing to let go in exchange for a few nights under the stars and hours of fun under the winter sun. To help you figure out where to go on a winter camping trip, take a look at our list.
Long queues, people that are rushing and are rude , uncomfortable seats, security asking you to ‘strip down’, ungodly departure hours, overpriced food, and a lot of boredom: Yes, you know where.. I’m talking about the ‘airport’.
For a lot of people, especially those who frequently fly international, airports are a nightmare. This is even more so when you’re taking the kids on holiday and their boredom becomes your number one enemy.
A trip to Melbourne wouldn’t be complete without joining a walking tour and discovering its best-kept secrets. With so many sights to see, it’s best to plan a walking tour and include as many destinations as you can in your itinerary. Here are some ideas if you’re planning to explore vibrant Melbourne by foot.
If, like many people, you travel alone or travel on a budget, then you know that backpacker hostels and hotels are a big thing. They’re cosy, comfortable, have the simple bare necessities, and are a great place to meet people. In the Gold Coast area, there’s going to be a new player in the backpackers circle, and it might just be the the biggest in Australia.
Love the chilly air and crisp mornings during winter? Or maybe you’re a true-blue summer child. Whatever the case is, you won’t run out of things to do and places to check out this winter. From the forever sunny north to the gorgeous winter wonderlands in the highlands, here are some awesome ideas for your next winter holiday.
Sydney — It’s one of those places that’s just brimming with excitement, filled with amazing art, music and culture, and is oh-so-chic in fashion. When a place is this beautiful, you’re probably thinking that everything is going to be expensive.
Hold your horses! Who says that all things beautiful come with a big price tag? One of the amazing things about Sydney is the fact that quality items and pretty things are for everybody.