I cannot tell a lie. Before visiting Kangaroo Island in South Australia, I had visions of a tiny island being jam packed with Kangaroos. I assumed it was a wildlife preserve and kangaroos would be everywhere. As it turns out, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island filled with wildlife, adventure, luxury accommodation and beautiful scenery. Our trip to KI… Read More
Australia is an island nation in Oceana that is also a continent. These are a collection of articles compiled to help you plan your trip to Australia.
We arrived in Port Lincoln to take on some of our most adventurous activities in South Australia. We may not have been pushing ourselves to the limits or huffing and puffing up any mountains, but it was here that we hopped into some of the most daring waters on earth. Everyone always thinks of sharks when swimming in Australia, it’s… Read More
There is no better way to take in the beauty of Wilpena Pound than with a scenic flight from Flinder’s Ranges. They don’t see a lot of rain in the Flinders Ranges Mountains of South Australia. But during our 429 km drive from Adelaide two days earlier, it poured rain all the way there. All we heard from people at… Read More
We made a point to take a detour from Wilpena Pound on our way back to Adelaide in South Australia to photograph the old Burra Homestead. Made famous in the 80’s by Midnight Oil’s Album Diesel and Dust, (remember The Beds are Burning?) the Burra Homestead has turned into one of the top 100 must photograph destinations in all of… Read More
Australians are known for their ‘No worries’ attitude, and that is definitely true. But over the course of my travels, there are many things that people think about Australia (or Australians) that are blatantly false. Here are some of the common misconceptions people have about Australians and ‘Down Under’: