The Grampians National Park, a rugged, awe-inspiring chain of forested sandstone structures standing tall in western Victoria, is perfect for an outdoor getaway over a long weekend or to explore during a road trip around Victoria. You can leisurely visit the grampians in 3 days or stay longer to explore more hikes and treks.
No longer the 12 Apostles: The Great Ocean Road Trip
Reading time: 5 mins Time of visit: February 2021 An iconic drive along the Southern border of Australia on the Great … More
A Walk On The Walls of China: Mungo National Park
Reading time: 3 mins When remains of the one of the oldest homo sapiens from over 40,000 years ago were … More
Around Regional Victoria: 7 Day Itinerary
There’s more to regional Victoria than the Great Ocean Road and the beaten paths…
Visit Great Keppel Island In A Day
Great Keppel Island, one of the few Great Barrier Reef destinations you can tour in a day… Here’s how you can make the best of it…
Singapore Travel Itinerary
The Singapore merlion is the country’s symbol, the origin of which dates back to its past when a Malay prince saw a lion when he first stepped foot on a new undiscovered land. The merlion has a lion head signifying bravery and strength and “mer” refers to the sea tracing back its past as a modest fishing village.
Sheffield: Mural Town in Tasmania
With a mural map in one hand and hot coffee in the other, it was a pleasure to walk around all evening, spotting and admiring the attractive work by artists in this mural town…
Exploring Northwest Tasmania: Tarkine Drive
The Tasmanians address the Tarkine region as their backyard and it’s an ideal place to get up close with nature and wilderness. The Tarkine drive, located on the northwest of Tasmania,is accessible from either Smithton (38Kms) or Stanley (60Kms)..