Two hikes in Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

Tidbinbilla Canberra

During my days in Canberra, I was exploring the near by national parks and nature reserves through meetups. And because of those meetups organised by various hiking groups, I had hiked in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. The other nature reserve to explore when in Canberra is the Namadgi Nature Reserve. I had hiked to the … Read more

1000 Steps at Kokoda Track Memorial

1000 Steps in Kokoda Memorial

During my initial days in Melbourne, as I was venturing out to find new things and places, I had accidentally found the 1000 Steps at Kokoda Track Memorial. I was not at all fit at that time and I was lazy to even walk a few distance. In spite of my laziness, I had pushed … Read more

5 one day walks in Sydney

Bloody Long Walk

Sydney has been blessed with plenty of walks with either great views of the ocean or with historical significance. The city has coastal walks and the walks that can be done to explore and see the way the city has evolved. In this post, I am listing down the 5 best one day walks in … Read more

Glenbrook to Red Hands Cave return hike

Glenbrook to Red Hands Cave return

One of the most beautiful places in the Blue Mountains where one can see the aboriginal art is at the Red Hands cave. The hike from Glenbrook to Red Hands Cave and back makes an awesome one day hikes from Sydney in the Blue mountains. Have you never visited the Blue Mountains? Read my beginner’s … Read more

Beginner’s guide for hiking and trekking

Vattakanal Hike

Over the years, I have been constantly asked about how one can start hiking or trekking. There are many who want to start somewhere and get into hiking and/ or trekking but do not know where to start. Having trekked in the Himalayas and done the Everest Base Camp, I thought I should pen down … Read more

Hike between the wild Forget me not flowers

Forget me not flowers

During my initial days in Melbourne, I was on a hike with a group of locals and that is where I found the Forget me not flowers. They were so pretty and beautiful and what was more interesting and intriguing was the story and legend behind those flowers. I first heard the story from one … Read more

Lane Cove Tree Trails

Lane Cove Sydney

I love the suburb of Lane Cove. I lived in the northern side of Lane Cove, very close to the Lane Cove Village and loved every single day of living there. As I love walks, I discovered this beautiful Lane Cove tree trails in the village. There is also a board put up by council … Read more

Hike from Mt Ku-Ring-Gai to Berowra

Ku-Ring-Gai National Park

One of the most rewarding hikes in Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National park is the hike from Mt Ku-Ring-Gai to Berowra. The walk goes through the various parts of the national park and is along the Cowan Creek. The track definitely provides great views of the bay and is mostly under the cover of thick forests. PIN … Read more

Self guided walk to explore Sydney Central Business District (CBD)

Sydney bird eye view

I am blessed to be living in this amazing city Sydney. The city has so much to offer to everyone including the tourists and travelers. There are plenty of things to do in the Central Business District (CBD) itself. For a complete travel guide, refer my ultimate guide to Sydney. Sydney CBD refers to the … Read more

Hermitage Foreshore Walk in Sydney

Hermitage Foreshore Walk in Sydney

Do you fancy a relaxed easy coastal walk with spectacular views of Sydney harbour and cityscape? Then Hermitage Foreshore walk is definitely the walk you are looking for. This walk is ideal for an evening walk with some fresh air along the ocean. Sydney is truly blessed with such amazing coastal walks that can easily … Read more

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