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About Lily Jones

Lily is an avid explorer who turned her passion for travelling into a career in 2018. She’s lived in, and travelled through, more than thirty countries across the globe, and isn’t ready to stop yet! While living in Australia, she undertook a mammoth 30,000km road trip in her trusty Ford Falcon and gathered all of the tips and tricks that she’s sharing with you in her articles. Lily’s always keen to share her travel stories far and wide, so get in touch if you’re interested in working together! ([email protected])

10 Things To Do In Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory (With or Without a 4WD)

Tourism NT/Katie Goldie If you’re anything like me, you probably first saw the beautiful Kakadu National Park when it was made famous in Crocodile Dundee. If not, then here’s your introduction to this stunning corner of Australia! Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park and encompasses more than 20,000km2 of rugged bushland, breathtaking waterfalls, ancient rock [...]

By |2020-07-10T17:00:46+04:00July 10th, 2020|Oceania, Australia, Northern Territoty|0 Comments

9 Things You Should Know About Arnhem Land (Including the Best Tours, Where To Stay and What to Do!)

Tourism NT/Rachel Stewart Undisturbed for more than 60,000 years, Arnhem Land provides a glimpse into the Aboriginal way of life that you won’t find anywhere else. This huge expanse of land became a designated Aboriginal Reserve in 1931 and, since then, it has remained in the hands of the Yolngu people, an Aboriginal group who [...]

By |2020-07-10T16:45:11+04:00July 10th, 2020|Northern Territoty, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

Darwin To Alice Springs (+ Uluru): A Detailed 6-Day Road Trip Itinerary!

Tourism Australia The Northern Territory is vast. There’s a lot of open space and very long, dusty roads with not a lot to see in between. Travel from Darwin to Alice Springs though, and you’ll be treated to some of the best sights Australia has to offer, including unique outback towns, sacred Aboriginal sites, and [...]

By |2020-07-10T16:29:08+04:00July 10th, 2020|Northern Territoty, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

9 Best Things To Do In Shark Bay (Including Lots of Free Activities!)

Tourism Western Australia If you’re searching for extraordinary wildlife experiences, postcard-perfect coastline and remote national parks, then you’ve come to the right place - the stunning Shark Bay World Heritage Area! As one of many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia, Shark Bay does not disappoint. The area covers more than two million hectares of [...]

By |2020-07-10T10:55:47+04:00July 10th, 2020|Western Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

Swimming With Whale Sharks at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia – Best Time, Tours and More!

Luxury Lodges of Australia You’ll find Ningaloo Reef just off the West Coast of Australia, a huge 1,200 km north of the state’s capital, Perth. This incredible UNESCO World Heritage Area is a unique underwater world that stretches on for 260km and is home to incredible marine life, including the species we’re all here for [...]

By |2020-07-09T17:14:30+04:00July 9th, 2020|Western Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

The Best Western Australia Road Trip You Can Drive (Including What To Do + Where To Stay)

Tourism Western Australia The West Coast of Australia is a magical place. It’s full of natural landscapes that you can’t quite believe are real, wildlife encounters that are completely unforgettable and roads that seriously go on forever. I remember feeling pretty overwhelmed when it came to planning my road trip along the Australia West Coast. [...]

By |2020-07-09T16:43:36+04:00July 9th, 2020|Western Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

12 Amazing Things to Do in Margaret River Region in the Winter Time

Tourism Western Australia Thinking of heading towards Margaret River, but waiting until the temperatures start to rise again? There’s no need, as you’ll have plenty to see and do during the wintertime as well.  I visited the area in July, and was pleasantly surprised. I explored the area by car, which is the perfect way [...]

By |2020-07-09T09:29:43+04:00July 8th, 2020|Western Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

12 Awesome Things to Do in Broome, Western Australia (Including Some Kids-Friendly Activities)

Tourism Australia Perching on the edge of the Indian Ocean, Broome is a heady mix of magical sunsets, pristine waters, exciting wildlife encounters and a unique past.  Whether you're visiting Broome as part of discovering your own backyard trip, or as a whirlwind tour around The Land Down Under, this is the guide for you. [...]

By |2020-07-08T13:06:42+04:00July 8th, 2020|Western Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

7 Best Swan Valley Wineries (Self-drive Itinerary including Sandalford, Sittella and more!)

Tourism Western Australia Sitting just 25-minutes outside of Perth, Swan Valley is the most accessible wine region in the country! Which means you really can’t pass up the chance to visit if you’re ever in Western Australia.  After Hunter Valley, Swan Valley is the second oldest wine region in Australia. Lots of Swan Valley Wineries [...]

By |2020-07-07T06:44:45+04:00July 7th, 2020|Western Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

7 Best Things to Do in Barossa Valley, SA (Including Free and Family-friendly Activities!)

The Louise Sitting at the heart of South Australia and just north of Adelaide, Barossa Valley is known around the world for its fantastic wines. It’s fertile soil, beautiful warm days and rainy winters give rise to some of the finest drops in Australia, and it’s these that I was trying to find when I [...]

By |2020-07-05T14:32:19+04:00July 5th, 2020|South Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

Wilpena Pound in South Australia – Guide to Prices, Resorts and Things to Do

Wilpena Pound Resort You’ll find Wilpena Pound tucked away in one of the best national parks in South Australia - the Flinders Ranges. It’s an area known for its natural beauty, aboriginal ties, and fantastic bushwalks! The pound is about 450km north of Adelaide in the remote outback and can only be accessed by road, [...]

By |2020-07-05T13:49:08+04:00July 5th, 2020|South Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments

8 Exciting Things to Do in Mount Gambier (Visit Sinkholes, Feed Possums and Swim in Lakes!)

Offroad Images I’ve travelled to almost every corner of Australia and I still think that Mount Gambier is one of the most underrated towns in the country! To name just a few of its great features... Mount Gambier sits in an inactive volcano, is home to breathtaking sinkhole gardens, a mesmerizing crater lake named Blue [...]

By |2020-07-04T16:00:26+04:00July 4th, 2020|South Australia, Australia, Oceania|0 Comments