Kids Travel Blog

The Mighty Top End

Posted by admin on  February 11, 2020
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If you have yet to explore the mighty top end, please add it to your list – I guarantee you won’t be disappointed!  Whether you visit during the dry season (May – October) or wet season (Nov – April), there is plenty to see & do.  Make sure you research your trip before you visit, as opening and closing times do differ depending on the season.  Let me start by saying Darwin is more than

Oh, What A Lady!

Posted by admin on  September 27, 2019
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On today’s blog we are talking about warm sun, the smell of the ocean, sand between the toes and a lady! We have found the perfect family beach holiday and it happens to be a snorkelling paradise too.  Lady Elliot Island is the southernmost coral cay of the Great Barrier reef, and flights depart daily from Harvey Bay and Bundaberg.  The Island has its own airstrip, and you land right in the heart of the

HAPPY DAYS IN MELBOURNE

Posted by admin on  June 1, 2019
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First day of Winter folks, and nothing better than sitting in front of the fire to write this blog.  We recently holidayed in Melbourne and it was a wonderful time away.  If you’re intending to visit Melbourne with your kids for a holiday, then you’ve made a great decision.  To help you with a few ideas, here’s what we got up to… We landed in Melbourne to a cool 12C, and we used the first

CRUISIN’ WITH THE KIDS!

Posted by admin on  January 1, 2019
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Ahoy me hearties! Thinking of taking your kids on a cruise for the first time?  Do it! They’re bound to love it. We recently went on a 9 night Christmas cruise around some of the Pacific Islands and on a whole it was a wonderful experience. We were at sea for 2 days before any Island visits which was good as it gave us time to acquaint ourselves with the ship and workout where everything

SPRING IS IN THE AIR!

Posted by admin on  September 8, 2018
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On today’s blog I feel like having a chit chat about Spring.  After a long cold winter, I’m celebrating some warmer weather and enjoying Spring! One thing that has been noticeable for me moving back to live in Toowoomba is feeling each and every season (something I didn’t notice as much living in Brisbane).  I love watching the changing seasons, it certainly gives me connectivity to nature. I love nothing more than getting out into

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