The Adelaide Central Market – An undercover market

Being a multicultural centre that offers produce of all types, the Adelaide Central Market is a must visit when in town. About Beginning as a humble pop up that happened on the weekends, it has evolved into being one of the oldest fresh produce markets in Aussie. The market is always busy, with shoppers milling…

Eungella National Park – The Land of the Clouds

About a thousand kilometers north of Brisbane is a national park that is one of the most beautiful in Australia. This is definitely an essential experience if you find yourself in the area. Description The Eungella National Park is situated on a plateau that peaks at just around 1200m at Mount Dalrymple. The park boasts…

Street Art in Melbourne – A Carefree World of Talent

Chic and fast-paced Melbourne city is a cosmopolitan melting pot of attractions, and no discerning tourist should miss the mesmerizing street art that adorns the walls of many of the city’s buildings History of street art in Melbourne Melbourne street art was born around the 1970’s and 1980’s as a form of expression amongst the…

Kangaroo Point – Cliffs with a view

Kangaroo Point is Woolloongabba’s pride and is a location unmatched by any when it comes to endless views and hiking trails. History Created by the convicts who mined the volcanic rocks that form the cliff, this place was used as coal wharves in the 1880s, and in 1864, the activities stopped, leading to the quarries…

Routeburn Track – The Ultimate Alpine Experience

New Zealand is filled with an astonishing load of natural wonders which makes it a truly breathtaking place. The Routeburn Track is one of the country’s most astounding of these wonders.   Introduction The track is around thirty-two kilometres in length and is classified as a ‘Great Walk’ by the New Zealand Department of Conservation….