Lane Cove Riverside Walk (Sydney)

Lane Cove National Park

In preparation for the Bloody long walk last year (2019), I explored the Lane Cove national park (North Shore) that is closer to the place that I stayed at that time. After researching, I found that the Lane Cove Riverside Walk is one of the popular and spectacular walks in the Lane Cove national park. … Read more

One day trip to Mount Wilson

Mt Wilson Blue Mountains

The fall colours Are you aware of those places that do not have any bad pictures? Do you want to visit a picture-perfect place in Australia? A place that is a photographer’s delight, especially during the autumn season? Mount Wilson is that place in the Blue Mountains. Are you visiting Blue Mountains for the first … Read more

A day trip to Kiama

The Memorial Arch Kiama

I love one-day road trips. They are quick weekend getaways without spending too much money on travel or accommodation. Sydney has been blessed with many of these beautiful gems for one-day road trips. Kiama is one such gem that is easily accessible and can be covered in one day. It is a town for a … Read more

Sydney city walk – Wynyard to Lane Cove

Sydney opera house at night

If you fancy an evening walk with at least 7 to 8 kilometres on a weekday after work, then Wynyard to Lane Cove in Sydney is the walk. It passes through Sydney’s beautiful tall buildings and also the Pylon lookout with some amazing views of Opera house. How to reach Wynyard? Wynyard is part of … Read more

Road trip to the lighthouses in South Coast NSW

Narooma and Bermagui road trip; lighthouses of South coast NSW

Are you one of those who love lighthouses? I am one of those who definitely love the lighthouses. The function of a lighthouse is simple right? Yet each lighthouse is different and the architecture and history behind each lighthouse is unique. Almost every city in Australia around the coast has a lighthouse. A couple of … Read more

Balls Head Reserve walk in Waverton

10 Instagram worthy pictures from Sydney

I am sucker for good relaxed walks in the city. And I always try to research and find all the various walks to closer to home. So in finding these different walks, I came across the Balls Head Reserve walk in the Waverton suburb. About Balls Head Reserve Walk A very easy and relaxed walk … Read more

Hike to Square Rock lookout

Square Rock

The reason why hiking in Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is special for me is because these are the first few hikes that I did when I had just landed in Australia. The Square Rock lookout was the second hike I had done here and I had loved hiking in the untouched beauty of Namadgi National … Read more

Our adventure at Figure 8 pool

Figure 8 pool

It was a beautiful Saturday and as part of our weekend exercise, my friends, Vijay, Som, Priya and Sree, and I had picked Figure 8 pool. Priya and Som had checked various websites to see the best time to visit on that Saturday. The websites had told us 1:30 PM was the best time as … Read more

Castle Head walk in The Blue Mountains

Guide | Castle Head Walk (Blue Mountains)

Another spectacular walk in The Blue Mountains is the Castle Head Walk. The walk provides the actual bush walking experience and has mind boggling views of the mountains. Known for its steep cliffs, this is definitely one of my favourite walks. Are you visiting Blue Mountains for the first time? Then read my post Blue … Read more

Travel Guide | Tropical North 🌴 (Queensland)

Travel Guide | Tropical North 🌴 (Queensland)

The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Queensland is the Great Barrier Reef. The northern part of Queensland is not only famous for the spectacular blue oceans and Great Barrier Reef, but also for the lush rainforest and definitely one of the oldest rainforests in the World – The Daintree … Read more

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