Queensland’s Sunshine Coast starts just north of Brisbane at Bribie Island and extends 100 kms to the Cooloola Coast. There are 25 or so National Parks and reserves in the region. The possibilities for walking are enormous. On a short visit to the area we managed to fit in two short walks – one in the hinterland around the base of one of the Glass House Mountains and the other a coastal walk in Noosa National Park with great views and a swim at the finish.Read More
The purpose of this post is to provide overseas visitors with a sort of “Dummies Guide to Football in Australia”. Should you be coming to Australia during the football season (March to the end of September) you’ll have the opportunity to partake in one or more of our national sporting obsessions – footy, in its various guises. Yes, we have four footy codes!
The impetus for this was a recent trip to Melbourne with a friend for a footy fix. And whether it’s football or just about any other sporting pursuit you care to name, the best place in Australia to see it is Melbourne. Melbournians love their sport and turn out in big numbers to support their favourite team, especially in AFLRead More
We wanted to do a post about Sydney, where we both grew up. The result is this post which covers some of our favourite Sydney places. Most are very well known, hence the title “Sydney for Beginners” and provides an introduction to Sydney for the first-time visitor with limited time. But we’ve also included a few lesser known spots - hidden gems - that mostly only locals know about.Read More