Category Archives: Oceania

The Great Budget 4wd Trip Around Australia – Week 19

Coral Bay

  This page contains affiliate links meaning BWSP may receive a small commission on any purchases. Distance Travelled: 585km Spot of the Week: Turquoise Bay, Cape Range National Park, WA. This place lives up to all the hype, the colour of the sand and the water is out of control! Camp of the Week: Bayview […]

Driving from Brisbane to Cairns: Top 20 Day Itinerary

20 Day Brisbane to Cairns

  Possibly the most famous stretch of Australian landscape, driving from Brisbane to Cairns is one of this country’s classic road trips. And so it should, a feast for beach lovers, scuba divers, surfers, nature lovers and wanderlusters, this part of Queensland is as diverse and delightful as it is magnificent and massive. And massive, […]

Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park: The Perfect Home Away from Home

Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park

  From the moment we stepped into Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park, we instantly let go a sigh of relief! Having just been battered by wind for 5 days in Cape Range National Park and Coral Bay, we were delighted to finally find somewhere we could put up our tent, safe in the knowledge it […]

The Great Budget 4wd Trip Around Australia – Week 18

Sunset Karratha

  This page contains affiliate links meaning BWSP may receive a small commission on any purchases. So this week was full of excitement … not! Distance Travelled: 379km Spot of the Week: Best Western Karratha Central Apartments, WA Camp of the Week: Barradale Free Camp, WA Tip of the Week: Expect the unexpected! Life is […]

12 Best FREE Things to Do in the Atherton Tablelands

12 Best Free Things to do in the Atherton Tablelands

  Australia’s fabulous Atherton Tablelands lie in the beautiful rolling hills behind Cairns and are definitely one of the best destinations to visit in North Queensland. Full of great hikes, exciting bike tracks, stunning waterfalls, rainforest drives, magnificent lakes and fascinating heritage, there’s a whole of heap of budget-friendly things to enjoy in this part […]

Visiting the Ningaloo Reef? Then Stay in the Heart of the Action with Potshot Hotel Resort

Potshot Ningaloo Reef

  Diving, snorkelling, kayaking or sailing the Ningaloo Reef should be very near the top of any traveller’s Australian bucket list. With a UNESCO World Heritage Marine Park that starts at the shoreline, as well as the chance to see humpback whales, whale sharks, turtles and hundreds of tropical fish, exploring this underwater marvel is […]

The Great Budget 4wd Trip Around Australia – Week 17

Australia, Karijini National Park, Hamersley Gorge

  This page contains affiliate links meaning Big World Small Pockets may receive a small commission on any purchases at no extra cost to you. We had both been looking forward to this week a lot, mostly because Karajini National Park had been on our wish list for a long time. And it certainly didn’t […]

16 Amazing Destinations to Discover on Your North Queensland Holidays

North Queensland Holiday

  With lush green rainforest meeting the Great Barrier Reef and coconut palm-lined beaches meeting turquoise, tropical waters, your quintessential North Queensland holidays are bound to be framed by some gorgeous landscapes. Now add in a UNESCO World Heritage site or 2 and plenty of history and culture, and your North Queensland holidays are bound […]

The Great Budget 4wd Trip Around Australia – Week 16

Australia, Cygnet Bay, Horizontal Waterfall

  Seriously, the country of Australia really is a never ending catalogue of ridiculously beautiful scenery! I can’t imagine how it will get better every day, but it just keeps happening. Somehow it might even be possible that there are nicer places down the West coast, but to top the Kimberley region is going to […]

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm: The Most Unique Place I’ve Stayed in Australia

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

  It may have taken us almost 6 months, but thanks to our great road trip around Australia, we’ve finally realised that the best places tend to lie at the end of the dirt track. And perhaps, you could say, the longer the dirt track, the better the prize! And so it was with Cygnet […]