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Karijini – Camping in Nature’s Playground

Karijini – Camping in Nature’s Playground

When we set of for our Karijini camping trip we thought the kids would hate all the walking. Thankfully we couldn't have been more wrong. Our Western Australia National Parks experience was a highlight.Karijini National Park in Western Australia was a ‘must see’...

The Otway Fly

The Otway Fly

The Otway Fly is a zipline set in the Otway Ranges rainforest. The idea is that you put on a harness that clips onto a cable. With your arms and legs free to move, you leave the platform and zip along the cable to the next tree which is up to 70 metres away. Each tree...

Swim with Seals

Swim with Seals

On our visit to the Bellarine Peninsula, we couldn’t wait to go swimming with the seals. We’d swum with sealions at Baird Bay in South Australia and it was one of the best wildlife experiences we’ve had. Not only were they super cute, they also didn’t mind coming over...

Travelling Australia with Kids

Travelling Australia with Kids

Travelling Australia with kids can have it's ups and downs. Here's a few tips for keeping it simple when you are sightseeing with kids. Travelling Australia with kids When you’re reduced to begging your children to do something you know you have already the lost the...

Noises in the Night

Noises in the Night

On the eve of our trip around Australia, calling the police was the last thing we expected to be doing. But at 1.30 in the morning our patience for the loud party going on up the street ran out. Our alarm was set for just a few hours time and we had a long drive ahead...

Snorkelling with Kids

Snorkelling with Kids

As you travel around Australia's coast, you are never far from a snorkelling opportunity. For our kids, nothing beat swimming amongst a school of fish, spotting a turtle or seeing brightly coloured corals. But as we discovered, getting them ‘snorkelling-ready’ doesn’t...

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