There’s nothing better to do on a sunny day in Auckland than to visit one of the nearby beaches. Which one should you visit though? I’ve been to a few, and Anchor Bay, around an hour north of Auckland, is the best I’ve seen. The day trip to Anchor Bay
This post was originally posted in October 2017 and was updated in November 2019. On a recent trip to the North Island we spent a couple of days exploring the Coromandel Peninsula. Rated as one of New Zealand’s best beach destinations, the Coromandel (as it’s known locally) is ripe for
Bondi Beach is the most well-known beach in Sydney, and it’s easy to see why. The beach itself is great, but the area surrounding it means you’ll want to spend a decent amount of time there on your trip to Sydney. There are heaps of things to do in Bondi
The West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island is a wild and wonderful place, full of rugged beaches, mountain views and glaciers. It’s a bit of a detour from the main route through the South Island but you’ll want to spend at least a few days there if you can.
The top of the South Island doesn’t get quite the amount of tourist attention as some of New Zealand’s most iconic spots, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t heaps of cool stuff to see. Some of the highlights include snow-capped (in winter and spring) mountains in Nelson Lakes National Park,
If you’ve clicked on this post, I’m assuming you’re either going to Jervis Bay or are seriously considering it. Firstly, congratulations! You’ve decided to visit a place full of some of Australia’s (and the world’s) best beaches. Where are the best beaches in Jervis Bay though? Which ones should you
Booderee National Park, in the Jervis Bay region of Australia (around 2.5 hours from Sydney), is a small area packed full of beautiful beaches, viewpoints, an interesting piece of history and kangaroos. What else could you want from a day out in Australia!? We spent a day driving (and walking)
This post was originally published in May 2017 and was updated in November 2019 (after I did another day hike which I need to tell you about!). The entire Abel Tasman National Park Coastal Track takes anywhere from three to five days to complete, but what if I told you