The Grampians National Park is one of Victoria’s treasures, and is a must-see place for anyone traveling through Victoria. But there’s so much to do there, and not all of us have a week up our sleeves to do every hike and see every waterfall that the Grampians has on offer.. so how do you choose the highlight reel if you’ve only got a day or two to explore? Continue reading “The Grampians in a day (or two)”
The point behind me commencing my contract work with Health Care Australia was to not only provide me with the opportunity to travel within Australia and gain professional experience in a variety of culturally diverse settings, but to be give me the freedom to work six months of the year and travel six months of the year, to discover the world. At the ripe old age of 25 when most of my high school friends have been on the traveling bandwagon for a few years now, I’m still studying (I’ll be graduating with my PG Dip in Midwifery at the end of this year) and have seen very little of the world.
It’s a rite of passage, and on all of the travel websites as a ‘must do tourist activity’ when visiting Victoria. Driving the great ocean road is a customizable adventure – a pick and mix of activities if you will, guaranteed to keep you entertained while you drive the 243km stretch of road that hugs the south-eastern coast of Australia, from Torquay to Allansford.
I never imagined that I would be doing this, traveling by myself. The thought scared me, and it still does, every single day. Continue reading “How to not let the monster win”
When it comes to Melbourne, it’s easy to walk around the streets all day and miss the real heart of the city. The city isn’t found on the roads that are we would naturally follow, it’s hidden it laneways, alleyways and on rooftops that we wouldn’t find by accident. Continue reading “Melbourne laneways”