All posts by twobigsteps2

Tropical Queensland

  The main reasons we drove over to the west coast were to scuba dive at the SS Yongala, to see some waterfalls and Daintree rainforest with Cape Tribulation. Apart from that, I was really looking forward to a wider selection of fresh fruit. It wasn’t Mango season, but we were lucky that Paw Paws ...

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Karlu Karlu

Leaving Coober Pedy we started to drive out to the desert and weirdly it was raining. This drive was quite boring with a white sky and bush growing all over. We didn’t drive all the way to Uluru but stayed overnight near the state border. Like that we had about 5 hours of driving to ...

South Australia

Spending the last few days mostly in National Parks didn’t give us much opportunity to get some groceries. There are small stores, but they are just way more expensive then Coles or Woolworths. So just before we crossed the border to South Australia we came across some big stores and decided to do our grocery ...

Victoria

Almost unnoticed we crossed the border from New South Wales to Victoria and soon came across beautiful white dunes and beaches. Unfortunately, the good weather didn’t stay with us anymore and the rainy and windy days were rather cold, but it was still cozy in our little van. Lake Entrance and the Gippsland Lakes As ...

New South Wales

We arrived in Sydney on April 6 and were really lucky to enjoy another hot week at the beginning of autumn. We spent three amazing days in Sydney staying with my former host dad before we got our campervan. We visited the main sights of Sydney in a day and spent more time with our ...

Australia – here we come!

Who would have thought that we would end up in Australia! We certainly didn’t. Back in Switzerland, it did cross our minds to visit Australia, but after we checked the prices for campervans, hostels, and car rentals, it soon became clear that we weren’t keen on spending that much money on one country. But plans ...

A Break on Bali

In the past few years, Bali grew to one of the most hyped places in South East Asia and placed itself on a lot of bucket lists. This popularity was for us rather a reason why not to visit. But, we found three good reasons why we still wanted to go. First of all, we ...