My goodness, there is so much to say about and to explore in Australia!  I was there about 5 months and still only barely scratched a teeny bit on the surface that is the Land Down Under.  7 States in all compose this diversely landscaped continent.  From the Barrier Reef, the Outback, Tasmania and Western Australia, each part offers so much distinct and individual beauty.  In my 5 months there I was only able to explore bits of the Central Coast, New South Wales (NSW) and a tiny bite of Victoria.

Australia is a very expensive place to visit and travel for sure, but one thing is also for sure: returning to explore each of the other states is a must!    I look forward to being able to do so in the future, but for the time being below are the adventures I’ve had there so far:)

Holiday Season ‘Down Under’
Summer Camp in January
Best Times on the Farm
Wildlife Park & Jenolan Caves


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