During Wet Season in Darwin, finding an activity to do with your kids can be bit of a challenge. It’s hot. It’s wet. And many usual activities have closed down until ‘the Dry’. If you are here any time before 28 April 2019, then you should check out this CREEPY exhibition! ‘Spiders’ is toured by Read more about ‘Spiders’! The perfect wet weather indoor activity in Darwin with kids.[…]
We NEVER expected that one of our favourite holiday parks would be found in Alice Springs! But it was!
BIG4 Macdonnell Range was AWESOME! And to think I was dead against staying there!!!
“Nope, not staying at BIG4 Macdonnell Range in Alice” I said initially. “It’s got water slides and bouncy pillows. The problem with those parks is the kids have TOO much fun and never want to leave the park to explore the area. We didn’t come to Alice Springs to see the inside of a Caravan Park!!!”
We’ve been on the road full-time, and traveled some amazing places all around Australia and Bali… so far. Here’s just some of our highlights! Can’t find much here? That’s because we’ve mostly been posting our travel highlights on our Facebook page, A Big Peachey Adventure We’re in the process of transitioning that content here… so keep Read more about Must See Destinations[…]
When we visited Uluru, some of us wanted to climb, others didn’t, others decided they couldn’t!
If you want to climb, you only have between now and October 2019. If that is your choice, there’s some things you should consider first… […]
We have been to Bali many times, and stayed in many places but the Movenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran Bali is our top hotel pick for those travelling to Bali with toddlers. When we stayed here, Chloe was 5, Elliot just 3 and I heavily pregnant with Edward.
We had such a great relaxing week there that none of us wanted to leave! […]
Hands up if Waratah is on your Tassie itinerary? Hmm… don’t feel bad. It wasn’t on ours either! I will bet that you may have not even heard of this small, historic mining town?
Situated 45mins drive south of Burnie, Waratah has some quite distinctive features and was an unexpected highlight when we visited Tasmania earlier this year.
Here are the reasons why we loved it and think you will too. […]
Everyone includes Kings Canyon on their Red Centre itinerary… and so should you. Looking down (or up!) into the canyon really is spectacular. There is no way photos do the place any justice. It’s totally worth the effort, but you really do need to conquer some physical challenges to get there.
Oh Tasmania! You stole our hearts. Renowned for its beauty, produce, the vistas, the wildlife… and possibly the country’s best free and low-cost camping. We loved our time in Tassie, and 6 months on we still rate the camping the best we’ve come across. Have you been? If not, you must!
Uluru / Ayers Rock is one of the world’s natural wonders, and it’s hard to find anyone who’s been disappointed by it.
If you’re one of the many that still have it on your list of places to visit, you’ve got a good excuse. It’s not a cheap or easy place to get to… so when you do go, you’d want to make the most of it.
WE CAMPED AT KIDDY PARADISE, AND OUR KID’S STAYED FREE!
Thank you Discovery Emerald Beach, and Travel Australia With Kids (TAWK) for 5 amazing and affordable nights so close to Coffs Harbour. Discovery Emerald Beach ticked pretty much every box for us, and Chloe said it was her favourite park since Marion (40 stops ago!) […]