Dolphin feeding in Tin Can Bay

Tin Can Bay is located on the Fraser Coast, about 30 minute drive from Rainbow Beach and 1 hour 15 minutes to Hevery Bay.  Tin Can Bay isn't on the backpacker radar but it's a great location for couples and families, probably best known as a dolphin feeding spot. Located in Norman Point at the… Continue reading Dolphin feeding in Tin Can Bay


10 Completely Free Things to do in Brisbane

1. Take a dip in the streets beach lagoon, a beach in the middle of Brisbane City! 2. Watch the sunset at Kangaroo Point 3. Check out the Jan Powers Farmers Market at the Powerhouse, every saturday between 6am and 12pm. 4. Head to Heya Bar every Wednesday for open mic night, free entry and… Continue reading 10 Completely Free Things to do in Brisbane


Dos & Don’ts whilst living in Brisbane

DO take advantage of the free Streets Beach Brisbane isn't too close from the coast but it also has a great man made beach right in the middle of the city! Southbank boasts great restaurants, bars, markets on the weekend and a fab beach, swimming pool and lagoon. DON'T forget the sunscreen Once you've been… Continue reading Dos & Don’ts whilst living in Brisbane


My guide to surviving Splendour in the Grass

Book a campsite or accommodation early Unless you're very lucky to get your hands on a weekend camping ticket then you'll be looking for a campsite or accommodation nearby. We searched all the campsites in Byron and the surrounding areas and the prices were extortionate, some as much as $80 a night in a tent!!… Continue reading My guide to surviving Splendour in the Grass

Oceania · Transport

The art of living in a campervan

Is there anyway to travel Australia other than in a campervan? It was our dream when we arrived in Australia to get a campervan and after 8 months in the country that's exactly what we decided to do! Let me tell you there's positives and negatives of living out of a campervan. Unfortunately due to… Continue reading The art of living in a campervan


The Great Ocean Road

From the Grampians National Park we headed straight down to the coast to Portland, a busy port town on the east of the Great Ocean Road. From Portland we took about 5 days to travel the Great Ocean Road all the way back to Geelong and this was more than enough time to see everything… Continue reading The Great Ocean Road

Attractions & Activities · Oceania

Grampians National Park

After finally finishing our farm work in Narrandera we headed down to Melbourne and bought a second van!! Who would have thought - no more please! Our first stop in our new van was The Grampians National Park, Victoria. We set off from Geelong and it took about 2 hours to arrive in Halls Gap… Continue reading Grampians National Park