• 3 Days in Cape Hillsborough

    Travel: 3 Days in Cape Hillsborough

    3 days in Cape Hillsborough, Queensland, Australia is the perfect amount of time to enjoy the national park, see some kangaroos, and enjoy the down time. We hiked, snacked, and watched the ocean tide rise and fall, enjoying ever moment.…

  • Cape Hillsborough National Park

    Travel: Cape Hillsborough National Park

    Cape Hillsborough National Park is a must see if you’re in Queensland, Australia. It’s full of hikes, beaches, and a clean campground that has kangaroos bouncing around like they own the place! We didn’t have our Boler, for obvious reasons,…

  • Smalleys Beach Hike

    Travel: Smalleys Beach Hike

    Smalleys Beach Hike – this is one of my favourite hikes in Cape Hillsborough National Park, but also one of my favourites (top 3!) in Australia. Why? The changing landscape from one side of the mountain to the other. It’s…

  • Hike Australia

    Travel: Yuibera Trail

    The Yuibera Trail is a walk into another world! The diversity among the various landscapes in Cape Hillsborough National Park is wildly amazing. Be sure to check out the Yuibera Trail if you visit the park in Queensland, Australia. Okay,…

  • Andrews Point

    Travel: Andrews Point

    Andrews Point in Cape Hillsborough National Park – it’s one of Queensland, Australia’s most beautiful hikes. Let’s check out some unbelievable photos. First up, if you use AllTrails, you’ll find the explore track helpful. The unfortunate part is that the…

  • Sunrise on the Beach

    Travel: Sunrise on the Beach

    Sunrise on the beach in Australia. This is Cape Hillsborough and it’s an incredible place to watch the sunrise and perhaps catch a kangaroo or two snacking. For those of you who use Microsoft 365, you might recognize this place…

  • McBrides Lookout

    Travel: McBrides Lookout

    McBrides Lookout hike in Cape Hillsborough National Park, Australia. Check out this lookout! It’s beautiful. The hike is perfect for an afternoon leg stretch as it’s a 2km and just under 100m in elevation. Should take you about 40 minutes…