hiking

Kata Tjuta & Hiking the Valley of the Winds in Australia (Photos + Tips)
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Kata Tjuta & Hiking the Valley of the Winds in Australia (Photos + Tips)

After hearing I spent a few days near Uluru, most people are curious as to what I did exactly. After all, isn’t there just the big rock out there? However, even within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, there’s an entire rock formation even LARGER than Uluru (Ayer’s Rock), that you can hike and enjoy. I would…

Hiking Kings Canyon – The Red Centre’s Best Kept Secret
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Hiking Kings Canyon – The Red Centre’s Best Kept Secret

When travelers think of Australia’s Red Centre, inevitably Uluru (a.k.a. Ayers Rock) immediately comes to mind. But that great, big rock is not the only amazing formation in Central Australia. I’ll be covering a few spots to visit if you’re venturing to this part of Australia, but I’ll first be starting off this series with…

Bushwalks Outside of Sydney – Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park & The Blue Mountains
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Bushwalks Outside of Sydney – Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park & The Blue Mountains

Sharing two bushwalks that are outside of Sydney but still easy enough to get to using public transport. Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park & The Blue Mountains will get you out of the city and into the Australian bush! FINALLY! I went into Australian nature and actually saw some rather scary looking wildlife! Haha. (Pictures are…

Hiking Near Manly & Northern Beaches, Sydney (Photo Gallery)
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Hiking Near Manly & Northern Beaches, Sydney (Photo Gallery)

Manly Beach is a beach in Sydney that is best known for its surfing. However, I have zero interest to try surfing, thanks to having less than stellar coordination. Haha. But the surrounding area has some wonderful walking/hiking trails that offer outstanding views of the ocean and city…and the northern beaches are a bit calmer….