Before we embarked on this trip, I had an ambitious meal plan all laid out with ingredients and a grocery list to go along with it. When we got on the road, this plan obviously went out the window and we ate like busy people who had little time on their hands to cook. We…

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I always enjoy a good “What’s in my bag” kind of post/video. So I thought it was only fair to show you what I packed (in terms of toiletries) for a two month road trip around Australia. On a short trip, I bring a small airline-approved size clear bag of travel toiletries. However, because I…

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I should preface this post by saying I love luggage and bags. I’m not the lightest packer (usually because of the camera/tech equipment I bring), but I do try to pack as light as possible in terms of clothing/shoes etc. I am envious of ultra light packers, but I know I would regret not having…

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As we headed north, past Brisbane again, we headed inland to visit the Sunshine Coast Hinterland area! Mount Ngungun was recommended to us as a short-ish day hike. The trail was well defined, and quite busy! We stopped at the visitor information centre before we started to grab a map, then away we went. Not…

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We planned our trip from Brisbane-Cairns-Darwin-Uluru-Adelaide-Melbourne, but we couldn’t pass up visiting Byron Bay. The drive from Brisbane to Byron Bay is under 2 hours, and it was our first stop! The weather was beautiful, sunny and warm (but not super hot)! Most of the town centre’s parking is paid (and some limited to 2…

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As good ol’ museum nerds, obviously we had to visit Brisbane City Hall- which is home to the Museum of Brisbane. During our five days in Brisbane, we visited City Hall THREE times. There are free City Hall tours and free clock tower tours (spoiler alert: we did both! We actually did the clock tower…

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Since our Brisbane visit landed over a weekend, we were able to check out Eat Street Northshore. It was super easy to take the CityCat to the Northshore stop; then the market is just a short walk away. It costs $2 to enter, but once you do, BAM food stalls galore. It’s definitely difficult to…

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