Our final day in Melbourne started off nice and slowly with a bit of room service in our hotel. This is such a luxury and one we have only done a few times, so it was a treat to sit in our fluffyView full post »
Nothing beats a long weekend away, to a place not too far to travel but worth visiting. For us, Melbourne easily fit the description! I have only been once before back in 2006, so was very keen toView full post »
While staying in Hobart last year, we took a day trip to Bruny Island. We had booked in for a tour while staying in Hobart, and then drove 40mins to the ferry terminal for the journey to BrunyView full post »
A visit to the apple isle is not complete without a stop at The Apple Shed, home of Willie Smith’s Apple Cider and Apple Museum.
Situated on 115 acres, the farm is 35 mins South of Hobart inView full post »
Port Arthur is a small town and former convict settlement on the Tasman Peninsula, in Tasmania, Australia. Port Arthur is one of Australia’s most significant heritage areas and an open-airView full post »
A Hobart institution is a beautiful bakery named Jackman & McRoss. If it is made in an oven, chances are you will find it here! From custard tarts, lamingtons, cakes, danishes, breads, pies,View full post »
A trip to Hobart isn’t complete without a visit to Mount Wellington. Situated 22kms from the city centre, you can travel the sealed yet narrow road to the summit of this amazing mountain. ItView full post »
Tasmania offers so much variety in its landscapes, and the coastlines are no different. Driving from Hobart along the Arthur Highway we encountered many different scenes. From rugged coastal cliffs,View full post »
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