You are tired of the cold, the rain and the sleet and only getting a few hours of sunshine in a day? Now that Christmas and the nice atmosphere around it are over winter depression is not far. But why freeze and be in a shitty mood when you can also get away for a… Read more »
We hit the road for six weeks in Western Australia and also drove further north into the Northern Territories. Our last part consisted of long distances, incredible landscapes, and tropical weather as we went all the way from Exmouth to Darwin! Our Wicked Campers called Horst did an amazing job even after 5.000 kilometres on the… Read more »
I’ve been to Sydney many times already, but mostly just for a quick stopover or for a couple of days. Now in April I stayed for over a week and had enough time to fully explore the city! Of course I already visited Sydney’s well known icons, the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge… Read more »
Our road trip through Western Australia with Wicked Campers was amazing and we especially loved exploring the mid-west of Australia’s largest state. In our first week we travelled to the southern part and you can find all information including recommendations for Perth here. The second and third week we drove all the way from Perth… Read more »
We’ve spend over a month road tripping through Australia’s largest state – Western Australia! Our trip started in Perth and our first part went south all the way to Albany. We had such a great time in our Wicked Campers van called Horst and can tell you what to do, what to see and where… Read more »
+++ Guest post by Michaela from Travel Intense +++ On my last trip to Australia I suddenly found myself in the famed, dry outback, with a pick-axe and shovel, digging holes in the ground in the unrelenting hot sun. Surrounded by towns with names like Emerald, Rubyvale, and Sapphire, guess what I was doing… searching for… Read more »
** Sebastian here, at Off The Path, we love getting lost and we love new experiences. It’s in our DNA. Adventure is as natural as breathing to us and getting dirty is as normal as cleaning ourselves. Nothing beats experiencing new places or meeting new people. We simply love it and need it to survive.… Read more »
I love Australia! It feels like yesterday when I had to leave Australia in 2008 due to an accident where I got hit by a car. My heart was aching when I had to leave the country but I knew I would come back. In 2010 I finally had the time to go back to… Read more »
Right at the boarder between New South Wales and Queensland and 90 kms south of Brisbane you will find the beautiful Springbrook National Park. The National Park is part of the World Heritage Site of Gondawana Rainforest of Australia. Natural Bridge One of the most famous and most photographed landmarks of the national park is… Read more »
It took more than 6 hours driving from Alice Spring through the red center before we reached the Uluru information center. Luckily we left Alice Springs early that day and arrived just in time to look for accommodation and be at the Ayers Rock aka Uluru for sunset. Many people asked me if it is… Read more »
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