Australia is one of the most beautiful and wonderful nations on earth to explore. If you haven’t yet been there, or you currently live there and are looking to explore when it’s possible to do so, it’s worth thinking about which experiences you’re going to prioritize. With a country as big and vast as Australia, you’re never going to be able to do it all in one visit. But there are some experiences in particular you won’t want to miss out on.
Bali is hard to resist today even after being the favorite honeymoon destination for decades. And who could blame the honeymooners? Crystal clear waters so that you see the bottom of the sea, pearly white beaches that sparkle in the sun and unbelievable landscapes of pristine nature.
So here is the ultimate Bali honeymoon guide which will show you the most romantic things to do and celebrate your nuptials in the loveliest way.
Located within the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, roughly 25 kilometres west of Sandakan in the Malaysian state of Sabah, you will find the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.
Australia has a large number of islands off its stunning coast. Whether you're an Aussie native looking for a holiday at home or you're visiting from elsewhere, these islands can make fantastic day trips and spots for longer holidays too. Some of the islands hold the best beaches, while others have incredible wildlife.
Once upon a time, Palm Springs was the playground of the stars - a place where Hollywood’s finest could revel and relax in equal measure.
A photo diary packed with images of my visit and information regarding the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud, Bali.
Monkeys - monkeys, everywhere!
Just over an hours drive from Melbourne CBD and set on 30 hectares of bush-land, Healesville Sanctuary is a wildlife haven and protected zone for a variety of Australia's native flora & fauna.
Phillip Island Wildlife Park is set on 60 acres and is home to 100 species of Australian animals - Hand-feed and walk around with Australian wildlife.