Hey I'm Kat, the writer behind this blog. My love for travel comes from learning about new destinations by immersing myself in their cultural and natural beauty... and I want to show you how to do the same! That means you'll find an array of topics here ranging from the best museums to epic hiking trails to ethical ways to get close to native wildlife. Learn about the world with me as I aim to complete my ever-growing bucket list...
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So you’re headed to Australia? You’re not going to want to go to just one place when there’s so many different landscapes and exciting experiences to be had all over the country so the first thing you’ll need to figure out is how best to travel around because here’s the thing… Australia is huge. Trust me, it’s actually bigger than you even think it is and you won’t realise it until try to travel in it. So should you fly, rent a car, take a train? It really depends on your travel style, budget and the time you have. If this all sounds super complicated then as my Aussie friends would say “no worries” I’m about to break it down for you.
You’ve probably already got a variety of visuals when someone mentions Australia… but it’s not all about the beaches and the Opera House (although those are some very good draws that it would be amiss not to mention!) In fact one of the reasons I loved exploring the country so much was it’s vast and varied landscapes and so I’ve divided some of the panoramic photos from the last year into four categories demonstrating just some of the different sides I discovered.
If you’re not quite sold on Australia yet read on… I promise there’s something here for you.
Whilst in Adelaide Pure SA offered to take me on a tour of one of Adelaide’s hidden gems. Anyone who’s been following my blog for a while knows there’s nothing I love more than a good hike and the opportunity to spot some of the local wildlife so of course I said yes!
Who’d have thought I’d be facing my fears on a walk in the Adelaide Hills? I wouldn’t have predicted it but that was exactly what happened on a seemingly casual stroll through this beautiful spot in South Australia.
I’ve spent the last week in Adelaide, a city known mostly for its picturesque parks, but I’ve come to discover there’s a lot more going on underneath its pretty façade. With an underlying rich history of the innovators of South Australia, public places turned into art on every corner and always more than one festival running at any one time, here’s how to soak up the best of what Adelaide has to offer.
So why didn’t I love Hobart? Was in the weather? I’m sure it had an impact but mostly I think I’d just been spoilt by the beautiful Launceston, Cradle Mountain and drive to Tasmania’s biggest city. Hobart is surrounded by the water so to get there or leave involves crossing the iconic Tasman Bridge.