If Byron Bay is the rose in this festival flower crown, then the satellite towns dotting the Byron Bay Hinterland are the many and varied blooms that make up the rest. From rolling green hills to sheer mountains, and rough surf to laid back city feels, the Byron Bay Hinterland really does have it all. As Siu On and I soon found out, the real gem in this area are the unique and beautiful towns that surround Byron Bay. So if you’re after more than beaches and surf, then you should definitely take the time to explore the many towns around the area or even try out a new surf spot further up the coast. Continue reading “BYRON BAY HINTERLAND”
Byron Bay has been on my personal Australian travel bucket list for some time now. I had heard a lot about the place from friends who had holidayed there and was told that it was better than Margaret River; an idyllic coastal surf town fringed by pristine green wilderness, where the focus is on a local,
Have you been wondering what the northern part of Kosciuszko National Park looks like? Are you curious to see what Siu On and I got up to on our first wedding anniversary weekend? Well you’re in luck as we show you just that on another Youtube episode! Join us as we chase Brumbies, soak in
Happy new year everyone! As 2016 gets smaller and smaller in Bea’s rearview mirror, Siu On and I have been spending some time reflecting on our first year spent settled down in Sydney and have come up with some surprising and not so surprising results.
It’s been four months since we got back to Australia from this trip and I am still baffled as to how quickly the time has gone! Those four weeks in Croatia were over in a blink of an eye, but we are glad to share with you a slice of my father’s homeland, and to recount