Continuing on the Essential Australia Series we move onto the city I personally have had the privilege of calling home on numerous occasions, Sydney.
As Australia’s most iconic city, Sydney’s reputation is well established and very well deserved. There are a huge amount of highlights and essential experiences offered available to even the newest traveller, and it is this, alongside a quasi-idyllic lifestyle that Sydney one of the Wanderlust capitals of the travelling community. … More Essential Australia – Sydney
After a few weeks off the Essential Australia Series, we wanted to revisit and provide a catch up of the current series…
We have been very lucky in travelling the majority of the tourist routes in and around Australia.
We have travelled overland to: … More Essential Australia – Catch Up
Welcome to our Spotlight feature, where we concentrate on our fellow bloggers, that through A Wandering Memory have inspired us. We started with our 1000th WordPress follower Ana and her blog dedicated to two passions – Travel and Vegan food. Some of you will not be surprised to know that our second spotlight blog will revolve … More Out An’ About – Spotlight
In a recent interview I was asked a compelling question
‘Tell me a non-work related fact that I couldn’t find out about you from your LinkedIn profile’
The floodgates could have opened here, however I had to compose myself and think of one of my more interesting facts.
‘My uncle is a the Spiritual Director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia’
Well that a conversation starter if ever I heard one – I assume I have your attention. … More Uncle – Ajahn Brahm
Continuing on the Essential Australia series we head back to the east coast and the province of New South Wales. To the north, approximately nine hours from Sydney lies one of Australia’s best known coastal towns, Byron Bay. … More Essential Australia – Byron Bay
Continuing on the Essential Australia series, we turn our focus back to the Northern Territory. One of the more overlooked parts of Australia, surprisingly it houses some of the most incredible locations. We have already looked at it’s most famous iconic location Uluru, but the Kakadu National Park is a location just as (if not more) spectacular. … More Essential Australia – Kakadu
Continuing on our essential Australia series we now look at one of Western Australia’s lesser known gems. We knew nothing about the Kalbarri before planning our journey north from Perth. What we found was a wondrous quaint coastal town and a huge National Park full of splendor. … More Essential Australia – Kalbarri
Continuing from last years Essential Australia series, we now move onto what is to me the highlight of the state of Victoria, the Great Ocean Road.
Appropriately named the Great Ocean Road is probably Australia’s most iconic road, stretching 243 km along the south-east coast between Torquay (just below Melbourne) and Allansford … More Essential Australia – The Great Ocean Road
To our dismay, when we lived in Australia for 12 months we never got to experience Cape Range National Park. The reason for this was that it is situated halfway between Perth and Broome on the Western Coast of Australia (1,000 km from either). It is literally in the middle of nowhere!
We rectified this recently on a campervan tour on the Western Coast, and it was the best decision ever! Cape Range fights it out with Broome as our most essential place to visit in all of Australia… So why the high praise? … More Essential Australia – Cape Range
We have been fielding questions recently about the Oz Experience bus tours that operate in Australia. As detailed in our recent tour company blog post, I used this service twice when I was a little younger, one to travel from Sydney to Cairns and the other from Sydney to Darwin via Melbourne. All tour companies have their positives and negatives, and this company has had a lot of press for being a party bus or aka ‘f**k bus’ (not my words). … More Oz Experience Bus – Revealed