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5 things to do on Fraser Island in 2020

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Fraser Island is much more than just sand. This beautiful little spot off the east coast of Australia is as popular as ever and it’s easy to see why. Here are just five reasons to make the journey to this unique, wild paradise island yourself.

Here are top 5 things to do on fraser island in 2020

Hike and swim at Lake Wabby

This stunning lake is the deepest dune lake on the island and, unlike many of the other lakes in the Great Sandy National Park, is full of fish – 12 species have been found here including the rare honey blue-eye fish. The trail head is located just north of Eurong and it’s an easy 40 minute hike to the lakeshore through shady forest and across seemingly endless sand dunes. 

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The coloured sands of the Pinnacles

The beautiful coloured sand cliffs which line the eastern coast are a prime example of the island’s unique geological history and a top thing to do on Fraser Island. Formed over hundreds of thousands of years when minerals drained through the sand and dunes, today there are more than 70 different colours on show as a result. Visit at sunrise and sunset when the sun’s rays brings out the red and golden tones in the cliffs. 


Float effortlessly down Eli Creek

Eli Creek, on the eastern beach, is the largest creek on the island. In fact, it’s so large it dumps up to 4 million litres of fresh water into the ocean each hour! Experience all that natural free flowing energy yourself entering the water at the far end of the boardwalk and then float effortlessly down the creek. Eli Creek is a top thing to do on Fraser Island any day of the week.

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Looking for things to do on Fraser Island? Bathe in a natural jacuzzi at Champagne Pools

Cool off in an all natural jacuzzi at Champagne Pools, a series of sandy bottomed rock pools facing the ocean which fill up whenever a wave hits. The waves create a burst of bubbles which, it’s said, feels a lot like champagne. This natural wonder is a unique experience not to be missed and another top thing to do while on Fraser Island. 

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Marvel at the Maheno Shipwreck

Probably the most famous of all of Fraser Island’s shipwrecks, the Maheno was forced on to shore way back in 1935, during a fierce cyclone. The Maheno, up until that point, was a well known liner plying the route between Australia and New Zealand for many years. Today her wreckage is an atmospheric, eerie sight, slowly being eaten away by her harsh salty grave. The wreck of the Maheno is a top spot for photographers and a fascinating glimpse into Fraser Island’s history.

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Maheno Shipwreck on fraser island

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The best accommodation in Hervey Bay that won’t break the bank

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When it comes to east coast Australia, one place you can’t miss is Fraser Island. A gorgeous island made  mostly of sand (including the roads!), Fraser Island (or K’gari as it is traditionally known) has wild dingoes, crystal clear lakes, unspoilt wilderness and unique wildlife in spades. In short, it’s a must see.

Most tours start and end in one of two places, Noosa and Hervey Bay. Both are charming towns with plenty to see and do either side of a Fraser Island adventure. But Hervey Bay is still the most popular jumping off point for tours, which, unless you have your own 4WD is the best option for seeing all the sights.

This tropical little outpost is where many of the tour buses depart from almost daily. But Hervey Bay isn’t just a transport hub. Between July and November it’s also one of the best places in Australia to go whale watching, and has a relaxed tropical atmosphere along with 14km of white sand beaches. 

So if you’re searching for the best accommodation in Hervey Bay, we’ve got you covered. Here are the top three places to rest up before or after your Fraser Island adventure.

Woolshed Backpackers

Just a 5 minute walk from Scarness beach, the Woolshed is another excellent choice. It’s cute dining area has an Aussie woolshed theme and there are top facilities on offer such as a TV and DVD player in each room (a DVD!) laundry facilities and kitchens, a well equipped BBQ area, and both snorkelling and sports equipment for rent. Tropical gardens surround the property where you’ll find hammocks for a well earned afternoon nap. This is the place to choose if you want to be close to the beach and various hiking trails nearby.


Flashpackers Hostel

This family owned gem of a place is a friendly, resort style hostel with amazing facilities including palm shaded courtyards and pool. Choose from comfy four to eight bed dorms, or splash out on a private room with your own bathroom. Facilities include a free daily breakfast, free WiFi, a courtesy bus to town and free pick ups from coach stops, fully equipped kitchens along with board games, a pool table and even a cinema with loads of free movies. If you haven’t already booked your Fraser Island trip or fancy heading out to spot some whales, their friendly staff can point you in the direction of the best tours on offer.


YHA Hervey Bay

This multi award winning hostel has all the quality comforts you’d expect from a YHA, plus a few extras. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens the dorms are spotless and if you’ve grown tired of clambering up and down bunk beds you’ll be glad to find all dorm beds are singles. There is a gorgeous pool, a bistro, bar, tennis and basketball courts and a games room. Decent WiFi is offered in both dorm rooms and private rooms, and you can choose to pay a few more dollars for an ensuite bathroom or fast WiFi. There is an excellent tour desk offering trips to Fraser Island and beyond. This place is a solid choice.


When it comes to the best accommodation in Hervey Bay that won’t cost the earth, we reckon these three little gems can’t be beaten

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Where is Fraser Island (and how to get there)

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Almost every traveller to Australia will have heard of Fraser Island. The largest sand island in the world is blessed with pristine lakes, unique wildlife and beaches for roads. But you may well be asking, where is Fraser Island? Followed swiftly by, what’s the best way to get there?


Where is Fraser Island? Well, to start the island is perfectly located

Fraser Island sits almost slap bang in the middle of the east coast, around 350km north of Brisbane and almost equidistant between Sydney in the south and Townsville in the north. This perfect location has meant the island has been a popular stopover on the east coast route for many years, this coupled with a World Heritage-Listed status, stunning landscapes, unique wildlife and the chance to drive your heart out along a 75mile beach has made it a top destination. 

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Making the drive from Sydney

Most travellers start tackling the east coast usually head north from Sydney, hitting Fraser Island a few days or weeks later. A straight drive from Sydney to the two jumping off points to the island, namely Noosa and Hervey Bay, will take between 11-13 hours. You could feasibly drive it over two days or take a bus and enjoy the scenery along the way.


Spend some time in the Noosa everglades along the way

Noosa is a popular place to catch a ferry to Fraser Island, but this charming tropical town is well worth a day or two of your time. It’s also home to the Noosa everglades, one of only two everglade systems in the world. Hanging out for a day or two kayaking the peaceful waters spotting wildlife along the way and camping in the bush is a fantastic experience. 

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Must do sights heading north from Sydney to Fraser Island

Other places not to be missed on the route north from Sydney are Byron Bay, a bohemian beach town famous for its perfect surf breaks and alternative lifestyle scene, and the Lone Pine koala sanctuary just outside Brisbane where you’ll come face to fur with Australia’s iconic bear. Brisbane is also a vibrant city with great nightlife and a top foodie scene! 

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Must do sights heading south from Cairns to Fraser Island

Conversely if you’re heading south from Cairns an absolute must see is the Whitsunday Islands, a collection of 74 idyllic paradise islands surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef and probably one of the most rewarding cruises you’ll ever take! Airlie Beach is the place to stop to join a boat tour for a night or two. Another worthy stop over is Mission Beach. Just a couple of hours south of Cairns, Mission Beach is actually a collection of four villages which all face a 14km stretch of pristine golden sand beach. It’s a great place to hang out for a night and chill out on the beach, or if extreme sports are more your bag it’s also one of the top places in the state to skydive.

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So, where is Fraser Island? It’s in the heart of the action on the east coast and a magical place to arrive after experiencing all this iconic coast has to offer along the way!

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The Melbourne Cup is coming! Visit for the race, stay for an unforgettable trip along the Great Ocean Road

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Save the date, folks. You might not think to come to Australia just to watch a horse race, but miss out on the Melbourne Cup and you’ll miss out on one of the biggest sporting events of the year in arguably the most sports mad city in Australia! But that’s not the only reason you’ll want to head to Melbourne.


What is the Melbourne Cup?

What’s that, you don’t know the Melbourne Cup? You’re forgiven. Not necessarily as world famous as some locals would have you believe, if you come to Australia and hang around for a while you’ll soon learn about this epic event in the sporting calendar. The Melbourne Cup is an historic thoroughbred horse race held annually at the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne on the first Tuesday in November, which this year falls on Tuesday 5th November. Despite the first race being held back in 1861, the Melbourne Cup is as important to modern day Melburnians as ever and there is lots on besides the big race.

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How to watch it and what’s on besides

The Melbourne Cup is actually part of a bigger festival called the Melbourne Cup Carnival held at the Flemington Racecourse, along with cup themed events all over Melbourne. There are a total of four race days, with the main race on 5th November, but expect all manner of festivities across the city from fashion events to food pop ups and entertainment. Every pub, restaurant and bar will have their own Melbourne Cup inspired night so check local listings and get involved.


For tickets to the race itself check out the official Melbourne Cup website for details.


Why you should hang out in Melbourne for longer

You can’t come to Australia and not pay a visit to it’s very special second city. Melbourne is a cultural haven of top notch art galleries, museums, indie cinemas and iconic laneways filled with street art and hidden bars. But beyond the city streets lies the beautiful coast of Victoria and the world famous Great Ocean Road.

Great Ocean Road

Just a 90 minute drive out of the CBD, the Great Ocean Road is a wild and windswept drive past the crashing waves of the Southern Ocean, soaring cliffs and iconic sights such as the mighty limestone spires of the 12 Apostles. Most people who decide to come to Australia or Melbourne specifically take the time to explore this gorgeous stretch of road.


There are many tours to join but the most sociable on offer is that offered by Teepee Tours on their 2 day 1 night Great Ocean Road surf camp trip! The bus stops whenever you decide just like it would if you had hired your own ride. All tours include a good surfing session for a couple of hours, the opportunity to spot kangaroos and koalas along the way. Best of all your get to camp in their enormous teepee complete with campfire in the middle. Check out more here and book direct to get the best deal!


If you’re going to come to Australia, live like the Aussies for a while and bet on the races one day then cruise wild and windy Great Ocean Road the next. What are you waiting for?

From Sydney to the Whitsundays – Top 5 Essential Stopovers 

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The East Coast is Australia’s best loved and most travelled route. From the gleaming skyscrapers of Circular Quay in Sydney to the underwater wonderland of the Great Barrier Reef up in the north, the contrasting experiences on offer are second to none. Planning an east coast adventure can seem like a daunting task but we reckon we’ve managed to highlight the absolute must see destinations on any route from Sydney to the Whitsundays. You cannot pass these destinations by!


The Blue Mountains, Sydney’s backdoor wonderland

This stunning mountain range is within spitting distance (by Aussie standards) of the Sydney CBD reached in just under 2 hours by car, and are a grand introduction to the natural wonders of eastern Australia. Earning their name from the natural blue haze produced by their vast forests of eucalyptus trees, the Blue Mountains offer excellent hiking trails, stunning vistas including the famous Three Sisters rock formation, hikes past remote waterfalls and the chance to learn about the area’s ancient Aboriginal heritage. Check out our eco adventure tour to the Blue Mountains here!

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Byron Bay, the counter-culture capital of Australia

This former hippie hang out still retains much of that alternative feel and faces one of the best beaches on the east coast. Spend your days learning to surf, people watching from one of the cool vegan cafes or take a hike to the most easterly point in Australia. Byron Bay, or “the Bay” as locals call it, has been the ground zero for Australian counter-culture for years. In keeping with its reputation, the town recently prevented McDonald’s from setting up shop, therefore retaining its independent character. Adventure Dudes run one fo the best tours to the Bay out there, including the chance to kayak with dolphins! 


Noosa, a tropical town with a unique environment

This quaint little town brims with tropical charm and natural beauty, from its cute independent shops to the miles of white sand beaches, lakes and national parks that surround it. Noosa is also home to one of only two everglade environments in the world (the other being in Florida, USA). A serene kayak tour through the sun dappled waterways looking out for birds and other wildlife is a once in a lifetime experience, and the chance to cool off with a wild swim in the Noosa river. Kanu Kapers offers a superb self guided kayak journey through the everglades

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Fraser Island, where the dingo rules the beaches

This World-Heritage Listed sand island is the largest of its kind in the world and an absolute must do while you’re heading up north. The unique landscapes of Fraser include pristine rainwater fed lakes, endemic wildlife seen nowhere else (the Fraser Island dingo is the purest strain of dingo in Australia), endless miles of wild beaches and an eerie shipwreck past. Go hiking, camping, swimming and exploring on this gem of an island. You’ll need a 4WD vehicle to get around so join a guided tour or get help hiring your own vehicle with the friendly folks over at Drop Bear Adventures!

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The Whitsunday Islands, where paradise is repeated 74 times over

The Whitsundays are the jewel in the crown of the east coast and cruising through the turquoise waters and untouched beauty of these magical islands is unparalleled. Snorkel and dive on the Great Barrier Reef, explore the islands on foot with a guide and learn about the creatures and plants that make the Whitsundays their home, or just kick back on deck and take in the stunning scenery.  Whitsundays Sailing Adventures are the proud owners of an old world charm, polished timber sail boat, Summertime. With all the beauty of a classic boat combined with 21st century amenities, Summertime is the perfect vessel to guide you through the beauty of the Whitsundays. Check her out here! 

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Three islands of Australia you don’t want to miss

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There are more than 8,000 islands off the coasts of Australia, and unless you’re planning on staying for a few decades chances are you won’t have time to visit them all. Each one has its own charm and unique characteristics, and some are better known than others (Shag Island, anyone?) but when it comes to the must see islands of Australia, the three listed below sit well and truly at the top of the list.

Fraser Island

The largest sand island in the world is also a World Heritage listed site and an absolute must see while in Queensland. Fraser is a wild island of rainforests, lakes, pristine beaches and unique wildlife, including the purest strain of dingo in Australia. Spend your days hiking, swimming and exploring the forests and beaches that make this peaceful place so unique among the islands of Australia. Lake McKenzie is particularly beautiful, with clear blue waters and sandy shores. It’s position high above the water table means its waters are pure rain water, which is about as pure as you can get. To see the island with the best guides in the business (and the top rated on TripAdvisor) check out Drop Bear Adventures, and choose from either of their excellent 2 or 3 day Fraser Island Tours by 4WD. Camp under the stars, spot turtles and sharks from Indian Head, cruise 75 mile beach and swim and hike your way across the island. 

The Whitsundays

Ok, there’s not just one island, but 74 patches of paradise blessed with blindingly white, fine sand beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters, all located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. Whitehaven Beach is an award winner and particularly popular; its white silica sand (an extremely soft and fine mineral which feels like baby talc to walk on) lapped by clear blue waters make for a true Robinson Crusoe dreamscape, completely untouched by development. But all the islands are gorgeous and a top draw to visitors travelling through northern Queensland. Most are uninhabited national parks but you can visit them on any number of boat tours operating out of Airlie Beach. Whitsundays Sailing Adventures offers a 2 day 1 night adventure aboard their stunning 17.5m sail boat S.S. Whitehaven. Taking in all the top snorkelling sites around the Whitsundays and with a strong emphasis on teaching travellers about the island’s ecological diversity with onshore island explorations, her big open decks and comfortable seating mean there are plenty of places to sunbathe while on board.

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Magnetic island

A short 25 minute ferry ride from Townsville, the palm-fringed shores of Magnetic Island make this one of the most beautiful of all the islands of Australia. Named Magnetic Island by Captain Cook back in 1770 when the island appeared to affect the magnetic compass on his ship, today just 2,500 people call the island home making it a serene place ripe for exploration. Hiking trails through forests of eucalyptus, rugged natural landscapes and close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef mean excellent wildlife spotting opportunities both above and below the water. There are a total of 23 beaches here and excellent diving at the SS Yongala wreck, plus the chance to spot koalas (there are more koalas here than anywhere else in Northern Australia) and more from the Hawkings Track, an easy 1.2km hike with fantastic views. And there is no better way of seeing the lot than from behind the wheel of a barbie inspired topless car, which are for rent everywhere on the island.


When to comes to islands of Australia, these gems are absolute must sees! 


5 Top Things to do on Fraser Island in 2019

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Fraser Island may be a staple on the classic backpacker route up the East Coast, but did you know there is so much more to this sandy Aussie beaut than just beaches and dingoes? Here’s a breakdown of the 5 best things you absolutely have to experience while travelling around this unique island.


Hike and swim at Lake Wabby

This stunning lake is the deepest dune lake on the island and, unlike many of the other lakes in the Great Sandy National Park, is full of fish – 12 species to be exact, including the rare honey blue-eye fish which zip around at lightening speed. The trail head is located just north of Eurong and it’s an easy 40 minute hike to the lakeshore through shady forest and across seemingly endless sand dunes. The crystal clear lake waters are perfect for a refreshing dip.


The coloured sands of the Pinnacles

The beautiful coloured sand cliffs which line the eastern coast are a prime example of Fraser’s unique geological history. Formed over hundreds of thousands of years when minerals drained through the sand and dunes, today there are more than 70 different colours on show as a result. Head over at sunrise and sunset when the sun’s rays brings out the red and golden tones in the cliffs.


Float effortlessly down Eli Creek

Eli Creek, on the eastern beach, is the largest creek on the island. In fact, it’s so large it dumps up to 4 million litres of fresh water into the ocean each hour! That’s a lot of H20. Get in on all that natural free flowing energy and head into the water at the far end of the boardwalk and float effortlessly down the creek. The water is crystal clear and honestly, what beats a refreshing swim requiring zero effort? We can’t think of anything.


Bathe in a natural jacuzzi at Champagne Pools

There aren’t many chances to cool off in an all natural jacuzzi, but Fraser Island gives you that chance. The Champagne Pools are a series of sandy bottomed rock pools facing the ocean which fill up whenever a wave hits, causing a lovely load of bubbles in each pool which, it’s said, feels a lot like champagne. And who are we to argue. These bubbly little wonders are a unique experience not to be missed.


Marvel at the Maheno Shipwreck

Probably the most famous of all of Fraser Island’s shipwrecks, the Maheno was forced on to shore way back in 1935, during a fierce cyclone. The Maheno, up until that point, was a well known liner plying the route between Australia and New Zealand for many years. Today her wreckage is an atmospheric, eerie sight, slowly being eaten away by her harsh salty grave. The wreck of the Maheno is a top spot for photographers and a fascinating glimpse into Fraser Island’s history.


Fancy hitting K’gari?! With two and three day tours available inclusive of awesome 4wdriving experiences be sure to get in touch with Drop Bear Adventures. Also find out about how you can get hold of discounts on other tours such as the Whitsunday Islands! Not to be missed!






How to Travel the Wild West Cost of Tasmania

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The West coast sums up why travellers come to Tassie in the first place. Stunning natural wonders are to be found at every turn, from the tallest waterfalls to the deepest lake and more weird and wonderful critters than you can shake a stick at (don’t shake a stick at the poor guys). The area is also blessed with a rich cultural history to go along with all that spectacular natural beauty – the west coast has something for everyone.

One of the top sights is the highest waterfall in Tasmania, the gorgeous Montezuma Falls. Located near Rosebury towards the north end of the coast, Montezuma Falls lies at the end of a very do-able hike which winds its way through pristine rainforest, past myrtle and giant tree ferns. Wildlife can be seen along the way including many species of colourful birds. Huge amounts of water pound into the ground from the 104 metre drop every day, and the cool mist is a real treat after the hike. The creek at the base of the falls was once crossed by a wooden bridge which eventually collapsed, leaving a eerie scene of derelict timbers covered in dense moss hiding rusty old nuts and bolts. The falls are one of the west coast’s top sights and should definitely feature on any itinerary to the area.

For a place that delves into Tasmania’s dark(ish) past, head over to the pretty seaside town of Strahan. Built on the banks of the Macquarie Harbour, Strahan today is a charming place perfect for hanging out for a few days taking in its pleasant waterside cafes, shopping at cute stores and learning more about its history. Once belonging to the UK, as did all of Tasmania, the town was one of the most distant outposts belonging to the British Empire. Home to many early pioneers it was host to infamous Sarah Island. Just offshore in the harbour, Sarah Island was the location of a brutal convict prison with a particularly fierce reputation. Thankfully, these days it’s more beaches and sunshine than prisoners and brutality, but Strahan is still a fascinating place to learn about Tassie’s history.

Another top sight not to be missed is Mount Field National Park. Famous for being Tasmania’s first national park, there is incredible wildlife and beautiful scenery to be explored including the thundering Russell Falls. This beautiful waterfall even featured on Australia’s first stamp! It’s an easy hike through the forest and a gorgeous sight. Other waterfalls include Lady Barron and Horseshoe falls. Look out for critters such as the rarely seen platypus, which looks like something between an otter and a giant duck. Many of Tassie’s endemic bird species live here too so keep your eyes up as to the skies, as well as down on the forest floor. The park is a nature lover’s dream.

Convinced yet? If you are, and you should be, check out the marvellous Wild West Coast Tour run by the good folks over at Jump Tours. This excellent tour takes in all of the above and more. Get wild out west – you won’t be disappointed.



2019, a new year, a new you?!

January is probably the worst month to start a new year. For most of us in the Northern hemisphere, January is the coldest, darkest month in the calendar which can leave us feeling lethargic and uninspired. But hold the darn phone. Those first few weeks after the madness of Christmas and New Year are also the perfect time to contemplate the year ahead and plan everything we can, and should, aspire to achieve. Slow down, reflect and set a path towards a year full of achievable goals and a happier mindset.

So, where do you start? The best answer is, start small. Set aside that pipe dream plan to climb Everest – unless you really, really want to – and make small changes that will have a big impact on your life.

Take a break from technology

Taking regular time away from the glare of a screen is something all of us could benefit from.  A recent study in the US estimates that each of us spends more than 10 hours a day on social media, working at a computer or just plain staring at our phones and tablets. Screens have our full attention, but should they? Think of what other more fulfilling activities you could be doing with all that time. Whether it’s something as simple as taking the dog for a walk, signing up to a new dance class or just picking up your phone and actually calling someone you love. Start small and make a commitment to spend less time participating in the virtual world and more time having real, tangible experiences in the real world.

Do more of what you love

This seems like such a simple idea, but something a lot of us fail to do. We all have something that we enjoy doing above everything else so taking the time to do more of it is a bit of a no brainer. Most of us live for our annual dose of world travel – escaping the comforts of home and immersing ourselves in a different culture for a few days or weeks is endlessly inspiring. So, instead of the standard two weeks in the sun, why not break up your travels and pledge to head somewhere new and interesting every 6 weeks? Even if it’s just a few nights or a longer break, something little and often is guaranteed to beat cramming all your travel goals into one trip.

Be conscious of your impact on the planet

There are very few things more important for the state of the planet than living a more eco conscious life. Taking a more responsible approach to your daily routine will have far more reaching consequences and also make you feel pretty damn good about yourself. Small changes like ditching the plastic bags for life and taking a reusable bag where ever you go could prevent tonnes of non-biodegradable plastic entering the sea for years to come. Turn the heating down a notch, take the bus instead of your car and better still opt to travel with people rather than solo. Every change can make a huge difference.

Feeling suitably inspired and looking for adventure? Give us a call and let us impart some sound advice on making your Aussie travel dreams a reality. That’s one goal you truly can achieve!





How to spend 48 hours in Noosa, Sunshine Coast

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Before and after your Fraser Island Drop Bear Adventures Tour make sure you take time to enjoy Noosa and some activities on the Sunshine Coast. Drop Bear Adventures tours depart and return to Noosa with a pick and drop off in Rainbow Beach so there is little excuse not to spend some time soaking up the delights of the Australian holiday vibes.


Noosa Everglades with Kanu Kapers

Noosa boasts one of only two everglades in the world offering tranquillity at its best. Kayak Noosa’s Everglades with Kanu Kapers and experience a heavenly escape like no other. The perfect glassy waters act like mirrors reflecting the stunning scenery that surrounds you. This is every photographers haven!


Eumundi Markets

Every Wednesday and Saturday Eumundi Markets offers a plethora of delights to explore. Food, arts, crafts, traditional music, clothing and much more are on offer at Eumundi and this is the perfect way to satisfy shopping needs and your taste buds!


Noosa National Park

The National Park in Noosa is great for exploring on foot. With stunning ocean views, secret coves, and beautiful flora and fauna this is a perfect activity to enjoy locally. Meet koala bears and spot dolphins and whales from the various lookouts. With plenty of walking trails you can soak up some wild Australia!


Hasting Street Shopping and Food

Enjoy the boutique shopping scene and scrummy food along Noosa’s main high street Hastings Street. It’s the perfect location to pick up souvenirs and gifts also. Cool off after your shopping spree with a cool drink in one of the many quirky bars that lines the streets.


Accommodation at Flashpackers

Looking for a great value place to stay with a luxury feel?! Then look no further. Flashpackers provide plush backpacker accommodation that you can really kick back and relax in. Rooms surround a lovely pool and social area and with a regular shuttle bus service into town it’s the perfect stopover for your time in Noosa.