Travel Bloggers Tell #2

Hearing the travel stories, tips and experiences of fellow travel bloggers is something I love! Each have so many unique stories to tell and perspectives that differ from anyone else, even when referring to the same destination. We each see, feel and experience a new destination differently, so in our second edition of Travel Bloggers…

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DIY Travel Activity Kits For 1 & 3 Year Olds

Long distance travel with very young kids can be super boring and at times, downright challenging. There’s no doubt you need to be well prepared and DIY travel activity kits are the ultimate option for keeping the frustrating moments to a minimum while you travel. DIY TRAVEL ACTIVITY KITS DIY travel activity kits are perfect…

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Visiting Australia Zoo With Young Children

If you are lucky enough to be visiting the Sunshine Coast, one place well worth visiting is Australia Zoo. One of Australia’s best animal parks, Australia Zoo is an Aussie icon just like Steve Irwin himself. Australia Zoo has become a favourite for Australians and international guests alike, with a wide range of wildlife, educational…

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6 Reasons to Visit Rottnest Island When in Perth

Rottnest Island, nestled just off Perth’s coastline, is Western Australia’s little slice of paradise. It is only a short half hour ferry ride from Fremantle port, so reaching this ethereal destination is a breeze. This family friendly holiday spot is bursting with breathtaking landscapes, including 63 beaches and 20 stunning bays, superb snorkelling, an abundance…

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Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge

Imagine waking to mountain views, the tranquil sounds of rainforest birds and breathing in the fresh mountain air in the mornings. Thanks to Glamping Hub, we had exactly this experience during our recent stay at Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge. Just as the name suggests, Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge is nestled in the Glasshouse Mountains area on the Sunshine…

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Colleges Crossing – Alongside the Brisbane River

Having kids means finding plenty of opportunities to get outdoors and explore local parks and nature reserves. We are lucky enough to live in a city with lots of great places to entertain the kids, and one of our favourites over the years has been Colleges Crossing. Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve is situated alongside Brisbane…

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Tatra Mountains – Kasprowy Wierch Part 2

Of all the places we have visited in the world so far, very few compare to the breathtaking scenery of snow capped Tatra Mountains. Before our trip to Poland in 2008, I had never even seen snow, let alone been surrounded in the bright white of snow capped mountains. It really is something else. A…

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Travel Safety Tips for Family Travel

No matter where you are travelling and with who, travelling comes with potential safety risks. Even travelling as far as your own backyard can pose dangers, and especially when travelling with kids. There is something about kids that makes them magnets for potential injuries or illnesses. If it can happen, chances are it probably will,…

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