In the Northeast corner of the South Island of New Zealand sits a small black-sand beach, snow-capped mountain town that will literally make you want to quit your current life and hide there forever.
On this small and relatively under-explored island region of Australia you can encounter some bizarre looking creatures in the wild, climb mountains with fairytale scenery, admire unique curtains of waterfalls, and leave with a sense of wonder.
Whether you enjoy white water rafting, encountering exotic animals, wandering through historic cities, or sampling foreign dishes, these experiences will inspire you, change you, and make you want to give up your day job to travel full time.
Sydneysiders know their city is amazing. It’s a city filled with so many great things to do: beautiful beaches, bars, restaurants, sporting events, nature walks, and the list goes on.
Geelong & The Great Ocean Road After spending a day’s journey driving along the Great Ocean Road to the Twelve Apostles, I’ve decided it is one of my favorite parts of Australia!
Whether you’re looking for a walk outside of the hustle and bustle of the city or a chance for a photo with Australia’s famous marsupials and other wildlife, Sydney has many cheap activities available.
New Zealand is like no place you’ll ever go! Although the generous nature of the locals, plethora of gluten free food options, ubiquitous sheep and vast green rolling hills might all remind you a lot of Ireland.
I wanted to visit the Northern Territory in Australia ever since seeing Crocodile Dundee, and I finally made it!