Here are some Fraser Island pics to convince you that Fraser Island, (K’gari) is incredibly unique, wildly beautiful, and great for holidays with kids. World heritage listed since 1992, it has many amazing features that are best experienced in a tent, with a 4WD and a fishing rod.… Read More Fraser Island Pics
The Noosa Trail Network is a series of eight scenic hinterland trails that are awesome for walking, horse riding or mountain biking. The trails are well signed and vary in length and difficulty. You can absolutely do these trails with kids! Just make sure you choose one of suitable length and difficulty.… Read More The Noosa Trail Network
A Central Australia holiday with kids is a chance to swim in outback waterholes, visit national parks, see the vast outback night sky, learn about the indigenous culture, and of course, pay a visit to Uluru and other much loved Australian icons.… Read More Central Australia Holiday with Kids
World Heritage Listed Fraser Island is a fantastic getaway for families with kids, especially if you are into camping, sunshine, swimming and fresh air. Here is a list of awesome things to do on Fraser Island with kids!… Read More Awesome Things to do on Fraser Island with Kids
Visiting the Tasman Peninsula with kids is awesome. The unique natural attractions and abundant wildlife ensures kids are intrigued without breaking the budget. Don’t just visit the well-known Port Arthur Historic site! Make sure you stop a while to experience the rugged yet surprisingly beautiful Tasman Peninsula.… Read More Tasman Peninsula with kids
Wandering where the best swimming on Fraser Island with kids is? With half of the worlds perched lakes residing on Fraser island, there is a lot more to choose from than just Lake McKenzie and Eli Creek when it comes to awesome swimming spots for kids. Avoid the crowds and explore some of the other beautiful but less visited lakes!… Read More Best Swimming on Fraser Island
In general, Tasmania is a great place to holiday with kids. You can soak up the sun on beautiful beaches on the east coast one day, and have a snow fight in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park the next. Check out these photographs of Tasmania!
The Cape Tourville Lighthouse is by far, the easiest short walk for families on the east coast of Tasmania. Even though most people rave about the nearby Wine Glass Bay lookout walk, I thought the views from here were just as enjoyable. There was also more to interest kids on the Cape Tourville Lighthouse walk. I mean, what young kid doesn’t want to see a lighthouse?… Read More Cape Tourville Lighthouse