Category: Travel

Photography on your holidays.

Why is Photography on holidays so important? I love taking photos and videos whilst on holidays, whether I am walking around with my DSLR, my GoPro, or just with my phone, there is something magical about taking some photos to help keep your memories of the trip fresh in...

Koala Park – Creswick

Creswick’s Koala Park. In 1942, forestry students built the Koala Park by constructing a fence in a section of the forest just out of Creswick to be used as a breeding area for koalas. They released Koalas into the enclosure to breed and boost the numbers of the local...

Ten restaurants / counter Service at Disneyworld we are looking forward to visiting.

There is something magical about Disney, whether you are organising a trip to Disney’s Aulani resort, Disneyland, a Disney Cruise or Disneyworld, the magic begins when you make the decision to go and start planning. Each trip has its own timeline, Disneyland requires little upfront planning, fastpasses can only...

Disneyland vs Disneyworld. The Facts.

Traveling to the states and want to experience some Disney Magic. Then you need to visit Disneyworld or Disneyland. Many people that have never been to a Disney Park, think that Disneyworld and Disneyland are the same thing. But they are two very different parks in two very different locations...

Discover Walt Disney World’s Fastpass+

What is a Fastpass? Disney’s Fastpass, Fastpass+ and MaxPass are three very different virtual queuing systems that take the frustrations and wait times out of some of the attractions at the Disney parks. What is important to know is that not all rides have Fastpass. However, most of the...

Planning a Disneyworld trip. The 5 most important steps.

Are you planning a Disneyworld trip?  When Walt Disney first opened Disneyland in 1955, who would have imagined over 65 years later there would be multiple Parks in multiple locations. Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris, Shanghai Disney, and Tokyo Disney. Each of these Parks all requires their own...

Knife Fork Spoon Kitchen – Ballarat

Knife Fork Spoon in Ballarat is a gorgeous little cafe that is open 7 days a week in Ballarat. Those local to Ballarat know it as a place to get the Instagram favorite “Freakshakes” as well as some other delicious sweet and savory foods. Located in Lydiard Street within...

Onslow, Western Australia

A visit to Onslow in Western Australia. A beautiful coastal town rich in beauty and history. On the north side of the Exmouth turnoff on the North West coastal Highway {Highay 1} is the turnoff to Onslow. The 80 kilometers of excellent sealed road reveals quarries, salt lakes, and...

Ceduna and Guilderton

Ceduna Could be forgiven for thinking Ceduna is Jayco Country! The last big town in South Australia before the Nullarbor Plain, in this beautiful little caravan park beside the main jetty, on this particular night, there were 6 Silverlines, 3 Expandas and other varieties of Jayco caravans dominating the...

Greetings from Western Australia.

As the weather cools down in Victoria, the annual migration sets off, and we once again have packed up our Jayco Silverline and joined in the journey to find warmer weather. This time our trip takes us West to towns like Ceduna, Guilderton, Port Denison, Geraldton on our way...