While much of Adelaide and South Australia tucks itself away into the warmth of an open fire and red wine, there are plenty of boat trips running around the state to blow away those winterRead more
Australia is incredibly lucky to be on the edge of the epic annual migration of humpback, southern right whales and the rare blue whale. Whale watching is an incredible, unique experience that everyone should do at least once in their lifetime.
Between May and December (depending on the state), whales make their way along each coastline, often with calves that can be seen from land, or even better, by boat.
As we find out the best experiences, we’ll share them with you, so you too can create some magical moments.
The Eyre Peninsula and its city of Port Lincoln is the showcase of South Australia’s water adventures. With pristine, clear waters and gorgeous white sandy beaches, a visit needs to be on everyone’s to doRead more
The Fleurieu Peninsula is the totally chilled out part of South Australia. In fact, we reckon it’s the most chilled out part of the whole of Australia! But it’s also got its adventurous side! WithRead more
Why Port Fairy? Port Fairy could easily be one of the world’s most liveable towns. It’s pretty. It’s got character. It’s got charm. And it’s got lots of things to do. Tucked away at theRead more
Sydney Harbour has some of the best views seen from the water. A visit isn’t complete without seeing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, stunning Sydney Opera House, city skyline and its surrounding areas from a differentRead more
Oz Whale Watching Review June 2018 This has been on our bucket list for a while. We couldn’t resist the Whale Watching Cruise with Meal cruise Groupon Deal with Oz Whale Watching whilst in Sydney forRead more