Category: Hiking

New Zealand Fiords

The next destination is one that is on all the New Zealand to do lists I have seen so far: Milford Sound. This is where the New Zealand Fiords live. Actually, Milford Sound is a part of the Fiordland National Park that lies on the other side (so […]

Entering Kiwi zone

It has been a little over a week since we crossed the Tasmanian Sea and flew from Cairns to Christchurch, New Zealand. Since then we have seen many, many mountains, huge and beautiful lakes, Lord of the Rings locations and stayed at the only castle in New Zealand. […]

Brisbane from the skies

We decided to say goodbye to Brisbane on a high note and see some Aboriginal art on the way. After having packed everything up yesterday, we headed over to the second botanical gardens of Brisbane. I had read about mount Coot-tha, from where you are supposed to have a great […]

Hiking in WA

It is┬áSunday, December 23rd and I just enjoyed a very nice and may I say, well deserved beer. Why you may wonder? Because we have been hiking. No, not just walking around, we did some serious hiking… After leaving our forest lodge, we headed east to the Porongurup […]

Happy (outback) campers

It is 11.23 am, we have been up since almost 8 hours, done a 6km rim walk and are now on our way back to the hotel Alice Springs. But this is only the conclusion of our 3-day camping trip around Uluru! This adventure, also know as my […]

Grampians National Park

On our way from Melbourne to Adelaide, we decided to visit the Grampians National Park. Neither of us had ever heard of this park before, so we were in for a big surprise. We started out at the Visitor Centre in Halls Gap to get a basic idea […]

Wombats, walks and wineries

We have moved up North and taken residence at the Edgewater motel. A nice enough place to stay, park our car and start our trips to Cradle Mountain National Park and the Tamar Wine route. The drive to Cradle mountain is actually a bit of an adventure in itself. […]