Daylesford, The Spa Capital of Australia

Bushland, natural blow holes and countless lakes, Daylesford is famous for being the spa capital of Australia. This spa town is located in the hills of the Great Dividing Range a mountainous location in the state of Victoria, Australia. During this gorgeous little town getaway we enjoyed a day of relaxation at Hepburn Springs though this isn’t the only spa location in the area…
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Tasmania’s Natural Beauty

‘Don’t go chasing waterfalls…’ Said no one… ever.. while travelling Australia. During spring break I had the most stunning opportunity to visit Tasmania with two girls I had met on a surfing trip in Lorne. The temperature in Tasmania is generally much cooler than the Australian mainland, with the island being exposed to the elements. We experience a wonderful four…
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Yarra Valley, the Australian Countryside Wineries

Fields of gold, streets lined perfectly with rows of trees, the Australian bushland carpeting the Dandenong mountains in the backdrop, the Yarra Valley is a perfect weekend getaway. The past few weeks in Melbourne has been immersed in city life, deadlines with assignments and nights under the bustling city lights; so this Saturday away came around at such a wonderful…
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Whitehaven, the whitest sands in Australia

Romantic, Whitehaven. Crystal blue, white sands, beaming sunshine and no inhabitance besides the islands exotic wildlife. Only reachable by helicopter or boat. It’s the ultimate romantic dream.  When visiting the Whitsunday Islands there a couple of must see locations, of course Daydream and Hamilton Islands are popular as you can stay, life and relax on them. But a few hours out and onto a 100% natural…
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Off the coast of Melbourne, Phillip Island

Connected to the Australian mainland by a single bridge, beaming with native wildlife and surfing beaches is Phillip Island. I’ve been so lucky to spend multiple weekends on the islands, out the way of Melbourne city (approximately one and a half hours from the city centre!) My first visit here was when I was very young and then I did…
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