• Tewantin National Park

    Travel: Tewantin National Park

    Tewantin National Park is a paradise for mountain bikers. If you’ve got two wheels, a helmet, and a water bottle, then be sure you ring your bike bell since we’ll be hiking! That’s right, we hiked over 18km of trails in Tewantin National Park. Oh, and be sure you use your map, since not all the trails are clearly marked. We hiked this beautiful shaded place on an extremely hot day – it was 38 degrees outside. That’s slightly over 100. Hot! Luckily about 80%…

  • Noosa Farmers' Market

    Travel: Noosa Farmers’ Market

    The Noosa Farmers’ Market is a busy place! You get to park in a field, yet not to worry, it’s in the city. Just be sure you’re hungry when you visit. From juices to donuts, there are a lot of tasty treats! A few classics you can find here, if you’re visiting Australia and are looking for gifts to bring home. Chocolates are a good choice, and so is honey. The best items I found were scarves and towels – some of the softest materials…

  • Travel Australia

    Travel: Noosa Heads Beach and Bakery

    Noosa Heads Beach and Bakery – the perfect way to spend an afternoon. After hiking in Noosa National Park we checked out the beach, watched the crowds, and then walked Hastings Street and ate bakery snacks. The best part, gluten free carrot cake! Noosa Heads Beach and Bakery Up first, the beach. These shades are so awesome, I just love all the fun colours they come in. Side note, last year we got an umbrella for the deck and the company we got it from…

  • Noosa National Park

    Travel: Noosa National Park

    Noosa National Park – it’s right in the heart of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. We did the long hike from the start of Tea Tree Bay via Fairy Pools. After that, we picked up the Hell’s Gate Walk, finishing at the Noosa Heads Beach. It was a hot day, even with some cloud cover, yet the views were magical. Photo time. Noosa National Park First, a couple of trails we hiked in the park. The first trail wasn’t too busy at all – and the beach…

  • Fraser Island

    Travel: Fraser Island

    Fraser Island, or what it’s known as now, K’gari – the great sandy national park. It’s a world UNESCO heritage sight and well worth the visit. We opted for a self-guided tour, renting a 4WD pink Toyota to venture around for about 30 hours. We boarded the barge around 11am on a Thursday and left around 5pm on the Friday. It was the perfect amount of time. If you’re up for renting your own SUV, then check out our Fraser Dingo post – good times!…

  • Fraser Dingo

    Travel: Fraser Dingo

    Fraser Dingo! 4WD is an awesome way to spend a few days on Fraser Island. In true Ali and Bryce fashion, we wanted to do things on our own so we found a place that rented four wheel drive SUVs and set out to camp on K’gari, formally known as Fraser Island, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It’s worth it, so check out our ride below. Fraser Dingo First up, where to find all the info – visit the links below for more info.…

  • Urangan Pier

    Travel: 2 Days in Hervey Bay

    2 days in Hervey Bay Australia – it’s a great little place to stop before you head to Fraser Island (that’s what’s up next!!). From the pier to the botanical gardens, and some good eats, we had a nice time in this little city. Okay, let’s check it out. 2 Days in Hervey Bay First up, the hotel – we stayed at the pretty standard yet comfortable Beach Motel. The room was big and the air conditioning worked, which is most certainly needed in early…