Category: Hiking in Australia

Hiking In Royal National Park, New South Wales

There’s a national park just south of Sydney that offers spectacular hiking trails at the top of high coastal cliffs: Royal National Park. We spent a day hiking there and were amazed by its interesting rock formations and incredible coastal scenery. We found a nice beach, too – we’re talking about Australia, after all. Have…
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Visit Australia’s Highest Waterfall In Girringun National Park, Queensland

Being 268 meters high, Wallaman Falls is the tallest single-drop waterfall in Australia. Though we were roadtripping along the coastline, some places were worth a detour from time to time, and Wallaman Falls is definitely one of them. It’s not just the waterfall itself that’s special here. Girringun National Park is part of the Wet…
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Explore The Wonders Of Daintree Rainforest In 2 Days

The northernmost point of our Australian East coast road trip was Daintree Rainforest. It’s a special place for several reasons. For one, I was so amazed walking in the rainforest that I barely noticed a huge spider just a few inches above my head – Csaba did though, and I couldn’t decide whether to be…
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Coogee To Bondi Beach, The Fabulous Coastal Walk Of Sydney

Surprise or not (probably not), one of our favorite things to do in Sydney was chilling out on the beaches. First of all, Sydney has wonderful beaches: sand is soft, water is clean, facilities are great, and everyone can find a suitable beach because there’s a huge variety. On the other hand, there’s a lovely…
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9 Easy & Stunning Coastal Walks Along Australia’s Eastern Coastline

We wanted to visit Australia for several reasons. Koalas and kangaroos, for one. The Great Ocean Road, for two. The Great Barrier Reef, for three. Actually, ordering these experiences is kind of pointless, because all of them is unique in their own way. And the wonderful beaches and coastal walks have their well-deserved place on…
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Let’s Take A Walk In The Koala Forest!

You read it right. The koala forest. Because things are this magical in Australia – until you’re eaten up by a crocodile. But wait, we’re in Victoria’s Great Otway National Park, crocodiles are far away from here, up in the North. Here you could only bump into venomous spiders and snakes – or koalas! Of…
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Noosa National Park, A Treasure On Queensland’s Sunshine Coast

We’ve been raving about all the natural beauties of Australia’s Eastern coastline, but it’s time to show you some concrete examples. So here it is: a fabulous national park on the coast of Queensland that’s a mix of turquoise bays, perfectly sandy beaches, scenic coastal walks and eucalypt forests. Yes, koalas, too, if you’re lucky…
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Our Guide To Australia’s Great Ocean Road (With Tons Of Pictures)

The Great Ocean Road. An insanely beautiful scenic drive – maybe the most beautiful in the world? (Oh, those superlatives again… so often I swear not to use them too much, but now I have to… again. 😀 ) It was one of our major reasons to visit Australia in the first place. We love…
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