Few places express Australia’s harsh colonial past like Port Arthur in Tasmania. I returned to Port Arthur Historic Site on my last Tasmania road trip to understand more about the place and found it to be an essential place to visit in Australia for its cultural and historical significance. This is why I recommend Port Arthur tours from Hobart.
One of the best in places in Sydney for a day trip is The Basin. Beyond Sydney’s northern beaches, The Basin is a little secret spot tucked away in the meanders of Pittwater. If you are looking for Sydney hidden beaches, this is an isolated gem on the edge of Ku-Ring-Gai National Park, sheltered in quiet waters but ready to escape into the South Pacific Ocean. Shaded by gum trees and populated by diverse wildlife, The Basin is Sydney’s Best Kept Secret.
After several visits to the island of Tasmania, I am still charmed by the place. With its wilderness, history, wildlife and stunning beaches, Tasmania tours have a lot to offer. On our last road trip there, we took a day trip to Maria Island, Tasmania and enjoyed this unique place on a beautiful sunny day.
When it comes to Tasmania, it’s hard for me not to get lost in superlatives… The most beautiful, the best, the wildest… But it’s true, Tasmania is all these things, which is why I keep going back. My exploration of Tasmania has taken many places and recently, I discovered the wild and wonderful Bruny Island. While I was there, I discovered there are many things to do on Bruny Island.
Melbourne is the second largest capital city in Australia and a serious contender for Sydney in the popularity stakes. If you are discovering Melbourne for the first time, choosing where to start might be a bit of challenge. To get you started, I have found the best way to spend 2 days in Melbourne.
With an interesting mix of history, heritage and beautiful nature, Albany Australia is worth a couple of days’ exploration. Albany was founded in 1826, even before Fremantle and Perth. A port city, located 420km south of Perth, Albany often welcomes visitors at the end of their exploration of South West Australia.