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Ultimate guide to the best walking tracks in the Blue Mountains Australia

Whether you’re a Sydney local, or an overseas traveller, the Blue Mountains are a must-see! What better way to take in the spectacular sights, by exploring and hiking your way through the Blue Mountains? With hidden waterfalls, deeps valley’s, unique rock formations, wild animals and of course the iconic Three Sisters, you can’t help but…

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August 29, 2018

Blue Mountains

I am almost one month in Australia and I have done a lot. Sydney is really an amazing city! In my second week I went to the Blue Mountains! The first stop was at Featherdale Wildlife Park, here you can get close and personal with Australian animals. After the Featherdale Wildlife Park we arrived at…

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July 9, 2018

Sand, sand & sand

Last weekend my friend and I went to Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world and one of the only places in the world where rainforest grows in sand. Fraser Island is over 120 kilometres long and over 25 kilometres across at its widest point. First we had to go by ferry to…

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July 9, 2018

Jenolan Caves!

I had the best time at the Jenolan Caves last Saturday! Unfortunately, it was raining during the day, but in my opinion it always depends on the view you have; If you bring your own sunshine and you’re keen on having a good day, it will be 100% great! Our first stop was the wonderful…

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November 2, 2017

Port Stephens Fun

Hey Friends! I know I’ve been MIA, but that’s just because I’ve been having so much fun in Australia! Two weekends ago I was able to go to Port Stephens for the day. With all that Port Stephens has to offer, I knew it was going to be a great day. We started off going…

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October 29, 2017

Wine Tasting Trip

Tasting wine is something I’m not too familiar with. That’s why it was well worth to go on the day trip with Colourful Trips to learn various local and international wines! At the first winery, named Mount Pleasant, we learnt how to drink wine from a professional. Once I found my favourite wine, I wanted…

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September 1, 2017

Melbourne Pt. 2

Last weekend I had a great time with my friend in Melbourne. Saturday we went to Phillip Island. Our first stop was at Moonlit Sanctuary, which is a Wildlife Conservation Park. We learned a lot about the Australian animals. It was possible to hand feed the kangaroos and wallabies. In the afternoon we arrived at…

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August 15, 2017

Melbourne Pt. 1

Time is passing so fast… I can’t believe it’s only 8 days until my internship finishes and I’m starting my month of travelling along the east coast. Where as the time gone?! I don’t even want to think about leaving Sydney so soon. I prefer telling you about my last weekend in Melbourne. I flew…

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March 22, 2017

Canberra

Last weekend I went to Canberra, what a beautiful city! It was a nice day with a blue sky. First we went to Parliament House where the driver guide showed us around. On the rooftop we took some beautiful pictures. After the Parliament House we drove around the consulates and embassies districts. Everybody had the…

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March 13, 2017

My Jervis Bay Day Trip

Last weekend I joined a small group on the trip to Jervis Bay. We started the day by playing frisbee at the beach and relaxing in the sun. We then jumped on board the dolphin watching cruise and the journey began. We saw many dolphins swimming around our boat and then unexpectedly two whales appeared….

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October 5, 2016

Port Stephens – Whale Watching

The whale-watching season has arrived. Last weekend I joined a small group on a trip to Port Stephens. First we arrived at Anna Bay, where we went sandboarding. Anna Bay has the largest sand dunes in New South Wales. Stretching 32 kilometres and covering an area of 2,500 hectares. The dunes rise up to 30…

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June 17, 2016

Watching Dolphins in Jervis Bay

Sunshine, white sand beaches and watching dolphins…it sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Last weekend I went to Jervis Bay with a group of 19 and a very funny tour guide, Ronnie! Our journey begun with an impressive look out, over the Wollongong coastline. Back on the road again we continued the trip to the…

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May 29, 2016

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