Magnetic Island just off the coast of Townsville in Queensland is a cute little paradise that deserves a visit. It is home to some stunning scenery, cute animals, snorkelling possibilities and much more. In this Magnetic Island itinerary, I will show you what to see and do on the island if you have limited time.
I will show you to get to the island, how to get around, where to spot koala’s and which walks and beaches to check out.
Australia is without a doubt one of the most beautiful countries I have been too. From roughed coastlines to unique and deadly wildlife and some of the most pristine national parks I have ever seen.
In October of last year, I went on an incredible road trip from Brisbane to Cairns in one of my favourite holidays to date. I saw kangaroos on the beach during sunrise, I was whales jumping out of a pristine ocean, I saw the most stars ever in my life and I snorkelled at the Great Barrier Reef from a rainforest.
In this blog post, I will show you the route we took from Brisbane to Cairns in our road trip itinerary! Where I have been, what I have seen and what I have loved. If you are planning to do a similar trip, then read on. And if you love Australia and all its beauty…. Then also read on.
The Great Barrier Reef Drive, also known as the Captain Cook Highway, from Cairns to Cape Tribulation takes you along some of the best coastal sights in Queensland (Australia). Including two incredible heritage listed areas! Because of this, a Cairns to Cape Tribulation road trip is a must-do when you are in the tropical far north Queensland.
From spectacular views over the Coral Sea, too postcard-perfect secluded beaches, beachside villages like Port Douglas and Mossman, and crocodile spotting at the Daintree River, this road trip has it all.
So check out this my Cairns to Cape Tribulation Road Trip to get the best tips possible to cruise this spectacular highway sandwiched between two World Heritage Areas. I will make sure you will see the best beaches, viewpoints and more. View Post
The Chowder Bay to Bradley’s Head walk is an amazing short coast walk that offers incredible Sydney Harbour views, secluded beaches and a sense of bushwalking, even though you are pretty much in the city.
The walk takes you through some of the best bits in Sydney Harbour National Park. Including past some interesting World War II stations, past impressive mansions and lots of typical Aussie wildlife.
In this post, I will show you what amazing sights you could encounter if you would do this walk. I will give you some additional information on how to get to either Bradley’s Head or Chowder Bay, and show the nice beaches to stop at and possibly take a quick dip. Let’s dive in…