Skip to content
Byron bay waves and surfers nsw australia

Wategos Beach Byron Bay is the most easterly point of mainland Australia and is situated on the far north coast of NSW. It was formerly named Cavanbah (meeting place) by the Indigenous Australians who lived off the land for over 20,000 years and were known as the Arakwal People. The town was re named Byron…

Read More

Sydney Australia is a postcard city with stunning architecture and beaches attracting millions of visitors each year. It has been voted in the top 10 cities in the world and for most people it has either been ticked off their bucket list or is soon to be. With the NSW coastline stretching 1400km, there is…

Read More
lamington national park sunset in qld australia

Nestled away in the Gold Coast hinterland is Lamington National Park, a cornucopia of natural wonders and activities. The park is classified as world heritage rainforest with a long history that dates back to the Paleozoic era more than 225 million years ago when South America, Australia and Antarctica were joined. Australia finally broke away…

Read More
wilsons promontory victoria squeaky beach

Wilsons Promontory National park is situated 250km south east from Melbourne in the rural Victorian region of Gippsland. It is the southern most tip of mainland Australia offering white sandy beaches, mountains and estuaries. The entrance to the Prom begins at the northern section of the park. The terrain is flat and open bushland, perfectly…

Read More
sunset over the 12 apostles great ocean road victoria

Melbourne Australia is renowned for its wide variety of attractions. It offers everything from hospitality, fashion, art and much more, there really is something for everyone. Adding to the list is visiting the Great Ocean Road just 100km south west from the inner city you can immerse yourself in Victoria’s stunning coastline. The Ocean Road…

Read More
Scroll To Top