Warburton is a beautiful town in Victoria and one of our favourite places to visit. We started off with the three-kilometre Yarra River Walk, which rolls right through the town centre, past a number of river crossings including the famous swing bridge at Story Reserve. … More Yarra River Walk Warburton
We always love coming Torquay and surrounding area to enjoy Surf Coast walk with kids. We usually start at the end of The Esplanade, where we follow the beachside path and head behind the Surf Club. We cross the tidal channel via a wooden boardwalk over Spring Creek. It is an easy walk to Rocky Point and the views are amazing which you will remember for very longtime. We walked on to the lookout. It features two viewing platforms; one looking East to Torquay and the other looking West towards Bells Beach. Stone seating is layered to represent the rocky reef breaks offshore. … More Surf Coast walk – Torquay
Autumn Colours of Bright, Victoria – The Autumn colours of Bright, and the surrounding region in north east Victoria, are a reminder of the beauty of nature. … More Autumn Colours of Bright, Victoria
Possibly Melbourne’s most beautiful building, located in the middle of the gorgeous Carlton Gardens.
I’ve photographed it on a Spring day – it looks beautiful white and photographed it on a fine Winter afternoon – it was glowing gold.
Australia being the new settlement country has very few buildings which can boast of being part of the world heritage. And yet, in the heart of Melbourne city, there is this 140 years old building, which in 2004 founds its way into UNESCO World Heritage list. It has a brilliant exterior adorned by an iconic fountain. The Carlton gardens surrounding it are beautiful to spend an afternoon. … More The Royal Exhibition Building – Melbourne
If you’re a family with young kids here’s a list of stay-home activities that’s fun for everyone during this social distance time of Coronavirus pandemic. Best advice will be is to do something different and involve entire family so that everyone is included. Also our lives are too cluttered with all of the things that we need to do at home, work, school, in our religious or civic lives, with friends and family, with hobbies, and so on. This is a best opportunity to declutter all that and spend some quality time with your family and kids. … More Stay home – Fun for Family
Wilsons Promontory National Park is an unspoilt, ruggedly beautiful park at the southern most tip of the Australian mainland. Wilsons Prom is a must see for anyone visiting Melbourne, if you have a little time up your sleeve to leave the metro area. It is approximately a 2.5-3 hour drive from Melbourne. The ‘Prom’ was all that we had imagined. Animals large and small like koalas, wallabies, echidnas, lizards, emus and birds of lesser stature were plentiful. There was plenty of bird life like Crimson Rosellas, Yellow Tailed Cockatoos and Black Faced Cormorants which we spotted as well.
… More Our Visit to Wilsons Promontory National Park
To be honest this is how we felt like having our own home on fire and can still feel the pain of this great nation of ours. The bushfires that have threatened some communities in recent weeks have been highly distressing for all of us in Australia. Australians are suffering from bushfire crisis that’s ravaged … More My Home on fire – Australian Bushfires recovery
Conures make awesome pets, as long as you’re able to tend to their needs. The green-cheeked conure is found in wild in Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay, where it inhabits forests and woodland areas. … More Conure makes great pet – Introducing our Jelly Bean
The treetop walk was an amazing experience for the whole family. The views from the bridge and tower are breathtaking. The walk was fantastic and the ability to be up so high was awesome. We felt secure and safe on the elevated walkway. The information supplied was good for our children’s learning. Children enjoyed mystical … More Otway Fly Treetop Adventures
We were fortunate enough to walk this scenic route yesterday on warm spring day. On the Mornington Peninsula past Portsea you will find Point Nepean National Park. Views of the beaches are brilliant and the fort with its tunnels, cannons and other battlements were very interesting for kids and they loved it. … More Why you must visit Point Nepean National Park if in Melbourne
Today we went to Geelong Botanical Gardens and kids enjoyed their time exploring beautiful collection of trees. Just a short walk from the Geelong town centre and along the amazing Corio Bay frontage, are the Geelong Botanical Gardens, a small but exquisite gem. You can stroll around in half an hour but the variety of plants is amazing.
… More Family Day at Geelong Botanic Gardens
The tulips were in full bloom and what amazing sight. This place reminds you of a place from Holland. They claim to have one million bulbs and likely there were. … More Tesselaar Tulip Festival
We have been to Grampians National Park numerous times and have recently spent two wonderful days in the National Park, around the Halls Gap area. The walking trails and views were outstanding, and kids enjoyed it. Nestled in the heart of the Grampians National Park, Halls Gap is a delightful small village with varied accommodation on offer and activities at your doorstep. The area is renowned for spectacular hiking, stunning views and inquisitive wildlife including kangaroos, emus, wallabies and birds. … More Our Grampy moment in Grampians National Park – Australia
This week we went to Ballarat after long time and we Totally loved this beautiful town. Its about an hour drive from Melbourne and it is a very pleasant drive. As we are in the middle of Australian winter we also experienced snow in Gordon and around Kryal Castle area. If you are in Melbourne for few days, we totally recommend Ballarat visit and you won’t be disappointed. Ballarat has enjoyed a rich and prosperous heritage thanks to the Gold Rush which began in 1851. … More Our Gold Rush Moment – Ballarat
Heritage Village traditional buildings and authentic exhibits speak of a complete different time of the United Arab Emirates. The oil boom resulting lot of wealth has modernised this nation but it is not so long ago and here it is shown clearly that the people in the ’70s were still very poor and their only source of income was pearl diving, farming and fishing. … More Emirates Heritage village – Abu Dhabi
We have been to few of the resorts below but love going to Mount Buller. Victoria’s alpine region north-east of Melbourne is a major winter sports area and a very scenic part of Australia (best viewed during autumn and spring). The ski season starts on the Queens Birthday weekend in June and runs until early … More Ski and Snow Resorts Near Melbourne
Throughout time, travel has been considered to be educational. Travellers have undertaken journeys in order to learn, and people still refer anecdotally to the educational benefits of travel. Yet there is belief among many that education happens primarily in the classroom, even though learning can occur in many contexts, including travel. Travellers gather knowledge as they “understand, learn, discover, explore, and make sense of other places”. If you’re here on our website, you’re probably thinking of travelling already. If you need that final push to go on your next trip, how about we give you 10 good reasons why travel is good for you. … More 10 OUR reasons why travel GOOD for you
Los Angeles officially the City of Los Angeles and often known by its initials L.A has some of the best beaches in California. We are highlighting some of the best spots which we discovered during our trip to this GREAT city. … More Amazing Beaches of Los Angles
Our Home Melbourne, we love this GREAT city and are glad to be living here. Best known for its coffee, food and cultural scene, Melbourne also has its fair share of charming beaches. From family-friendly swimming spots to fishing and boating havens. The beaches of Melbourne and Victoria have a different feel and texture to those of the Australian east coast. Port Phillip bay services the city with gentle curves of sand, picturesque piers and quaint bathing boxes, while its Peninsula region offers these along with rugged windswept back beaches. … More Melbourne’s Best Suburban Beaches
Why you should must do Penguin Parade – Phillip Island if in Melbourne Australia.
Best reasons why Penguin pde is fun thing to do in Phillip Island. … More Why you should do Penguin Parade – Phillip Island
If seeing the beautiful aurora in person is next on your bucket list. There is no better time than now to tick it off your bucket list! If you’ve done any research at all, you’ll have seen the articles that tell you to chase the northern lights and what are the best spots but I am going to tell you that you can see them through out the year if you plan to go different country. … More Aurora Borealis, when and where?
Best of Hokkaido, Japan.
Things You Need to consider before planning for Hokkaido Trip.
Things to do Hokkaido.
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We love Japan because of it cherry blossoms but Korea is just as beautiful but not very many people know about it unless you are local Korean. Other than main cities and Seoul, places which we are going to mention below are way less crowded than in Japan and may be less touristy as well … More Spring Blossoms Best spots in Korea
If you have travelled Japan, chances are, you’ve already travelled to Honshu Island. Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Hiroshima; Mount Fuji, Lake Biwa and the Japanese Alps; neon and skyscrapers, geisha districts and famous temples – all of these can be found on Honshu. One of the most popular places in Japan. Honshu is the country’s … More Must do Honshu Island Japan
“Live a simple life; you will own the most beautiful treasures of the world!” Mehmet Murat ildan I was grown up in a village and left at the age of 12. We moved to the town so that my brothers, sisters and I can go to High school, collage and university for further education. But … More Simple Life – Thai Village
We went for a walk to our local beach and came across these beautiful creatures and sharing it. The galah (Eolophus roseicapilla), also known as the pink and gray, is one of the most common and widespread cockatoos, and it can be found in open country in almost all parts of mainland Australia. The Galah … More Look Who is in love and Blushing 🙂 The Galahs