We recently had the joy of climbing Mount Beerwah with some friends. Mount Beerwah is set in the Glasshouse Mountains region of the Sunshine Coast, in Queensland Australia. More than just a bush walk or hike, climbing Mount Beerwah is probably the closest thing you can get to rock climbing without needing the ropes!
Noosa North Shore Beach Campground is a great place to relax. Its desirable location, large grassy campground and easy access to a white sandy beach makes this a secret local hideaway.
In October I visited Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city, for a short business trip. I hadn’t been to New Zealand before, so I was eager to make the most of my short time there and the free time off between working. Below are some snaps I took, and some brief info on three activities I did in Wellington.
Shark cage diving is a voluntary recreational activity designed to exhilarate and stimulate an adrenaline response from humans by swimming in a metal cage in shark infested waters
Take a trip with us to Mega Adventure Park at West Beach in Adelaide – their 26m high aerial SkyMate structure takes adventure to a whole new level of fun!
Wirrina Cove Holiday Park is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula. The campground provides portable fire pits allowing campers to have a fire all year round.
Try camping at Ardrossan Caravan Park located a 5 minute walk from the jetty. There are plenty of facilities including amenities, free BBQs, a camp kitchen (fridge, sink, kettle), crab cleaning and cooking sheds and playgrounds.
We think Chookarloo Campground in Kuitpo Forest is the perfect place for you to start your camping experience. Just 40km from Adelaide, $5 a night, shaded and private. With only a set number of camp sites available, this place can never be too busy with other campers and the rangers do a great job of keeping it clean and safe.
Cairns — you expect a tropical paradise complete with palm trees and sunny, warm weather. Because it is, after all, located in Far North Queensland! You may expect plenty of fancy resorts and beaches to relax on while the days float by. You may even expect crowds of tourists and the expensive cost of travelling to, Read More
Read here to find out about Rapid Bay Camping Ground. Perfect for some quiet leisurely camping, caravanning and fishing, only 60 minutes south of Adelaide.
Arguably the most successful wine region in Australia, the Barossa Valley Wine Region produces world famous wines. Keep reading for the things to see and do in the Barossa Valley including cellar doors for wine tasting, scenic cycling trails and the historic town centres that are at the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region.
Looking for a free camping spot that is secluded and offers a sandy swimming beach? Tiparra Rocks is situated 170km north of Adelaide on the Yorke Peninsula.