Byron Bay Part I

So I've been in Byron Bay in Northern New South Wales for the last couple of days (perhaps a place best described as Australia's playground) It's the place where locals go to let their hair down. Anything and everything goes and that's part of the charm. With world-renowned music festivals and surfing, excellent food and great views, Byron... Continue Reading →

Hiking Review: Sassafras Creek Walking Track

There's a little walking track that extends between the charming town of Sassafras (read more about that here) and Kallista. The Sassafras Creek Walking Track winds its way through a gully under a dense canopy of ferns and eucalyptus trees; the quintessential landscape of the Dandenong Ranges. If you like, the track continues all the way... Continue Reading →

11 Best Bits of Budapest

In my last post I told you about a few mishaps that took place while I was in Budapest a little while ago and I promised a follow-up post on my favourite things. Well here it is. Even though I was only there for a few days, Budapest is one of the most beautiful citiesI've... Continue Reading →

Mishaps in Budapest

Apologies for not posting in a couple of weeks but I haven't been off on any adventures in that time. Instead I've been sick with one of those colds that just seems impossible to shake - happens every Winter. Even though I haven't been off exploring, I've missed writing so I decided to write about... Continue Reading →

Hiking Review: Werribee Gorge State Park

Situated just under an hour north-west of Melbourne is Werribee Gorge State Park. The Circuit Track takes you alongside the Werribee River before curving back to provide views of the gorge itself. Long Story Short: Location: Werribee Gorge State Park, Pentland Hills, Victoria Track: Werribee Gorge Circuit Track/ Werribee Gorge Short Circuit Track Distance: 6.2... Continue Reading →

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