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!
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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 Cairns and staying there in style.
But here is what you won’t expect about Cairns… Read More
Looking for a weekend break with (or without) the kids? Why not stop at Rapid Bay Camping Ground for some quiet leisurely camping and beautiful views of the Fleurieu Peninsula’s rugged coastline.
Just 60 minutes south of Adelaide in South Australia lies this quiet town of Rapid Bay located between Second Valley and Cape Jervis. A prominent feature of the town is the Rapid Bay Jetty (often frequented by fisherman) and the Rapid Bay Camping Ground. Read More
Arguably the most successful and famous wine region in the whole of Australia, the Barossa Valley wine region produces wine famous all around the world. But where exactly is it? What are the best wineries to visit? And is there anything else to experience besides wine tasting? Let’s go deep into the vineyards and find out what makes up this beautiful countryside called the Barossa Valley wine region. Read More
Looking for a free camping spot that is secluded, not far from Adelaide and offers a sandy beach that is great for fishing and swimmer friendly?
Try camping at Tiparra Rocks for exactly that and more!
Not only is there free camping at Tiparra Rocks, there is also room for caravans and day visitors. Many locals remark this as a secret fishing nook, although personally we don’t fish (yet). We like Tiparra Rocks because its a great beach to go swimming, it is shallow for the kids and there is plenty of soft sand for sun baking and making sand castles. Read More