Travel Blog - Expert Advice

Our blogs will keep you up to date with all things travel. Here you will find plenty of useful information about Australia and abroad! Meet our bloggers and read on…

Trekking Kyrgyzstan's 'Heavenly Mountains'
Wednesday, 28th Nov 2012 by Penny Gale
Categories: Asia

"We scaled up the side of a mountain dodging rocks, walked stone covered glaciers and crossed seas of white ice that crackled like gravel under foot."

Getting into hot water - Hepburn mineral springs
Wednesday, 21st Nov 2012 by John Pedler
Categories: Victoria

"Heated to around 32°C this indoor pool has picture windows overlooking the surrounding bushland."

Crabbing, Part 2 - Drop nets on Yorkes
Thursday, 15th Nov 2012 by John Pedler
Categories: Family Yorke Peninsula

The sequel to the blog, "Crabbing - a day out with a tasty reward."

"From the Art Nouveau inspired Empire dining hall to the Egyptian-themed theatre to the heart-of-the-jungle Promenade, this is a ship that’s more about whimsy than pretension."

5 Outback 'wow' locations
Wednesday, 31st Oct 2012 by John Pedler

"When it fully reveals itself, you’re faced with a feature that so totally dominates the landscape it’s like nothing else exists."

Crossing the Continent - The Ghan
Wednesday, 24th Oct 2012 by John Pedler

Cross the country on one of the world's great rail journeys.

A Work of Art - The Convent Gallery, Daylesford
Wednesday, 17th Oct 2012 by John Pedler
Categories: Victoria

"The honey colours of the polished Baltic pine floors combined with clever lighting and a diverse range of exhibits makes for a fascinating experience."

First Past the Post - meet horse racing's living legends.
Wednesday, 10th Oct 2012 by John Pedler
Categories: Victoria

Meet and greet some true champions.

Sport, another reason to travel.
Wednesday, 3rd Oct 2012 by John Pedler
Categories: Europe Family

"It’s a great way to meet locals and see parts of the world that may have otherwise gone unseen."

Down the Rabbit Hole - The sinkholes of Mount Gambier
Wednesday, 26th Sep 2012 by John Pedler
Categories: Limestone Coast

"Further exploration by highly trained cave divers has revealed a 600 metre long subterranean wonderland of lakes, air chambers and passageways."