Maldon Victoria

Maldon, in Central Victoria, in Australia, was once the scene of one of the world’s biggest gold rushes. So well preserved is the town that the National Trust declared it to be Australia’s first Notable Town. To visit Maldon now is to step back into time, particularly as the facades of the buildings remain as they were originally constructed, with modern businesses adapting to fit in with the Victorian style. Many of the business here specialise in arts and crafts-like products, and there is a good number of cafes and restaurants occupying these historic buildings. . . . → Read More: Maldon Victoria

Extraordinary East Gippsland

You are spoilt for choice in East Gippsland as the Gippsland Lakes and rivers comprise Australia’s largest inland permanent network of lakes . . . → Read More: Extraordinary East Gippsland

Road trip across Australia – Day 10 Teesdale

The Bellarine Peninsular is located on the western side of Port Philip Bay, and extends around past the head of the Bay to Bass Strait . . . → Read More: Road trip across Australia – Day 10 Teesdale

Driving the delightful Dandenongs

I discovered a region that is both utterly gorgeous and full of things to do . . . → Read More: Driving the delightful Dandenongs

Melbourne Skybus a Great Way to get to the City

I have used the Skybus service on several occasions and have found it to be excellent . . . → Read More: Melbourne Skybus a Great Way to get to the City