Discover the Coral Coast

Discover the Coral Coast

One of the most under-rated travel destinations in Australia is the Coral Coast. Comprising of about 1,100 kilometers of coastline along the Indian Ocean, the Coral Coast makes a brilliant destination for outdoor lovers. There are many things to see and explore along this scenic coast: from unique sea life, to cultural and historical monuments and much more. Plus, the coast offers some of the best diving spots in Australia. Should you decide to choose the Coral Coast instead of the coast ... [ read more ]

Top Five Natural Attractions in Queensland

Top Five Natural Attractions in Queensland

Queensland is probably the richest of all Australian states in terms of natural assets: with the great Coral Reef, hundreds of kilometres of beaches and lush rainforests as port of its patrimony, Queensland is a favourite with nature loving tourists. Throughout today’s post I will try to make a brief inventory of the most popular and withstanding of Queensland’s attractions. These top five natural attractions in Queensland make up a possible itinerary for visiting Australia’s sunniest ... [ read more ]

Tips for Visiting Sydney in February

Tips for Visiting Sydney in February

Australia’s biggest and most iconic city, Sydney is a fabulous destination for February.  February is the last month in the Australian summer and the month of numerous parties and carnivals in other parts of the world – Sydney makes now exception in what concerns the festive atmosphere. There will be many things to experience in Sydney during this time of the year, from beaches and water sports to concerts and parades. Practically, February is one of the few months when one can enjoy bo... [ read more ]

Top Hikes in Tasmania

Top Hikes in Tasmania

No real hiker can ever leave Australia without stepping foot on the wild and beautiful island of Tasmania. With its numerous parks and attractions, Tasmania is often visited by bushwalkers, ready to discover the magnificent landscapes and unique wildlife revealing themselves with every trail. As much of Tasmania’s territory is actually represented by national parks and wildlife reserves, the majority of the trails are very well marked. In many of the places you might even be able to hire a... [ read more ]

Short Guide to Watersports in Australia

Short Guide to Watersports in Australia

A record holder in terms of gorgeous beaches and sunny days, Australia is, needless to say, a water sport lovers’ paradise. Caught in the middle between the warm and tranquil Indian Ocean and the restless Pacific, Australia is the place where swimmers and surfers can each find their place. The diverse geography and the relatively warm climate offer ideal conditions for a wide range of watersports, from snorkeling to windsurfing. Watersports are very difficult to avoid in Australia (unless ... [ read more ]

Top 5 Australian Beaches

Top 5 Australian Beaches

Searching for the best beach in Australia would be like searching for a needle in a haystack: there are just so many of them (about 50000 km, to give you a raw estimation) that any attempt to classify them is purely subjective. Anyhow, depending on your likes and dislikes, you can broaden your search and choose a resort that satisfies your needs. For example, if you are longing for some sun and water but cannot stay too far from the buzzing city life, the proximity of Sidney offers lots of nice ... [ read more ]