Our overnight on Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road was spent just outside Yuulong, in the spare room of a modest little farmhouse that Stephan stumbled across on AirBnB. The house was set perfectly at the edge of one of the … Read More

Cradle Mountain

The weather at Cradle is notoriously unpredictable, but we woke up to scattered clouds and a beautiful, golden sunrise, so we had high hopes for our hike and summiting Cradle Mountain. Our drive towards the park did little to sustain … Read More

Tarn Shelf Track

The tarn shelf track is a part of Mt. Field National Park, one of Tasmania’s oldest national parks. Despite some dense cloud cover, we made the long drive from Hobart to the track’s entrance at Lake Dobson and set off … Read More


It seemed like a visit to Australia wouldn’t be complete without journeying to the unique island of Tasmania. Nearly half of Tasmania’s 26,000 square miles is currently situated within some kind of protected reserve or park, ensuring the protection of … Read More

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