Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park

So one year post America and New Zealand, we found ourselves on another family road trip to the acclaimed RED CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA - that is Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. Having been a destination our family has wanted to go to for the past decade, we jumped at the chance when Jetstar had a … Continue reading Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park

Kata Tjuta

Our anticipated sunrise at Kata Tjuta dune viewing area was unfortunately a washout because it rained almost all of today... the best things always come as a surprise in the end! The locals we had met said apparently Kata Tjuta was "even more beautiful" than Uluru in the rain so we were pretty excited. Once … Continue reading Kata Tjuta

Kings Canyon

Kings Canyon is absolutely worth the trip if you're visiting Uluru. It's a 3 hour drive for one main hike a few scenic stops on the way so it can be easily done in a day. Again, plan your hiking times accordingly to avoid being a roast chicken in the Australian dessert. Impressive canyon views … Continue reading Kings Canyon

5-Day Itinerary for Uluru

Day 1: ARRIVAL We arrived on a 10 am morning flight and hopped on the free AAT shuttle bus offered by Ayers Rock Resort that takes you straight to Yulara - just follow the beeline of people! We had a couple of hours to kill so we checked out the free activities offered by the … Continue reading 5-Day Itinerary for Uluru

Tips for Uluru

The great thing about Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park is that there is truly something for EVERYONE'S travelling style. From adventure, to luxury, to budget and it's not hard to get the big bucket items ticked off in a few days! Here are some ESSENTIAL tips and tricks to make your ultimate Uluru trip! Duration … Continue reading Tips for Uluru

The Dough Co

READY TO BAKE COOKIE DOUGH?! If Melbourne's lockdown X.0 has taught me something - it's the creativity that Melbournians have to offer when it comes to food and baking! The Dough Co is another small business that does just that. I've had gooey cookies, thick cookies, cookie dough tubs but I've never had cookie dough … Continue reading The Dough Co

Best Parma of the Yarra Valley

HAM, TOMATO AND STRINGS OF MELTED CHEESE - all loaded on a crispy chicken PARMA with a pot of sparkling apple cider straight from the local brewery. The heartiest way to end our day trip across the Yarra Valley! After a day of cruising through the famed, sprawling green vineyards speckled with the orange leaves … Continue reading Best Parma of the Yarra Valley

The Budapest Cafe

Wes Anderson, modern abstract art, and butter foam... 3 phrases that don't seem to scream brunch but seamlessly come together in a hidden new gem of Carlton, much like Budapest is the gem of Eastern Europe. One cannot visit the Budapest cafe without commenting on the interior design - how they can do so much … Continue reading The Budapest Cafe

Melbourne’s Best Cheap Eats

There is nothing more satisfying than achieving a full tummy on less than $10 - $15. From quick and easy dine-in restaurants, to a fiesta of street foods, Melbourne has more than enough to keep you satisfied. One of my favourite things when exploring any city is munching my way through their quick and dirty … Continue reading Melbourne’s Best Cheap Eats

Melbourne’s Best Desserts

"The way to someone's heart is through their stomach." Or in my case, it's very much DESSERT. You'll be challenged to find someone who has a sweet tooth that can rival mine (challenge accepted)... from gelato, to cheesecake, to croissants... the amount of sugar my body can take in one sitting without a sugar overload … Continue reading Melbourne’s Best Desserts