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Fly Manilla paragliding

Fly Manilla: A Paragliding Oasis

As defined by Wikipedia, paragliding “is to pilot a lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure. The pilot sits in a harness suspended below a fabric wing”. Agnes and I had little more than this definition on hand to prepare us…

January 11, 2017
copeton waters

All Roads Lead to Water at Copeton Waters

If you’ve never visited Copeton Waters, grab your dog, pack your car right now and hit the road! This is an easy area to fall in love with. Vast rolling hills and rocky shorelines hold a sort of Northern Ontario in the summer element…

January 6, 2017

Lake Keepit, A Reel Experience

Lake Keepit, a pet friendly destination found smack dab between Tamworth and Gunnedah. If you’re travelling to the lake from the eastern coast, there’s a dramatic change in the landscape. After crossing the Great Dividing Range, thick green and daunting mountains quickly turn into…

December 22, 2016

Why a visit to NSWs Central Coast is not to be missed

I’ll be honest, we only stayed in the Central Coast for two nights. After finally packing up and leaving Sydney, we didn’t want to have to travel too far with the caravan. Especially since it would be the first time for us towing all…

November 25, 2016

5 Australian Sunsets You Need to See in Your Lifetime

This is a guest post by The setting of the sun has been romanticised by great poets, artists, and writers since the beginning of the time. There’s something universally captivating about long, muted stretches of skyline colour and our bright daily light being…

October 11, 2016

Mt Sorrow: The Ultimate Hike for any Adventure Seeker!

Tucked away in the Daintree Rainforest near Cape Tribulation hides one of the best hikes for any adventure seeker. The trail takes about 5-6 hours to complete, surrounding you with nothing but raw tropical beauty all the way up to 680m where the lookout lives. If…

September 28, 2016

4 Day Tasmania Road Trip : Part 4

A quick summary of places we visited on day 4 of our Tasmania road trip Bruny Island Bruny Island Cheese Company The Neck Get Shucked Tasmania Distillery (Sullivan’s Cove Whisky) Our final day in Tasmania was jam packed with places we still wanted to…

August 2, 2016

Aroma: Sydney’s finest coffee festival

What do you do on a cool winters morning in Sydney? Head on over to The Rocks Aroma Festival! At least that’s what we did last Sunday. The festival takes place each year in the Rocks during the month of July, right next to…

July 26, 2016

Mt. Wellington — an open letter to the mountain

Originally, I wrote this for me as a reminder. I just KNEW after enough time had passed, I ‘d look back through our Tassie trip photos and I’d naively forget what it was like up on Mt. Wellington. The few photos I managed to…

July 11, 2016