Posts Tagged ‘Tasmania’

Family Travel: Best spots in Australia when going with kids

There are a lot of nice travel destinations for families in Australia. There are just some spots though that tops the list when it comes to having traveling with your kids along. See our list below and know which Australia destinations are a must:

Port Arthur in Tasmania

If you’re kids complain about boring history classes in school, you might be able to change that view when you bring them to Port Arthur. The port was once a convic settlement during the 18th through the 19th century. It is among the top heritage sites in the Land Down Under where kids can learn about the exciting parts of the country’s history.

Whitsunday Islands in Queensland

This island boasts of a number of beautiful beaches but there’s more to Whitsunday than sand and waters. The sceneries here are among the best in Australia. You can go sailing between the islands, go snorkeling to checkout the coral reefs, or go whale watching. The list goes on for activities kids will really enjoy.
Family

Wolgan Valley

Just a few hops from Sydney is this natural reserve called Wolgan Valley. It is also nearby two famous national parks. So you can actually make a stop over to see the lush greens and wildlife.

Parsley Bay

When in Sydney, you will surely not miss the Opera House. Once you are done there, you can head to lesser known sites like the Parsley Bay. It is perfect for the youngsters with its shallow waters and isolated beach. You can go to this corner of Sydney on a day trip and getting a ride will never be a problem since it is just near some bus stops. Do not forget the picnic baskets!

Top Travel Spots in 2010: 1

bay of fireConsider 2010 your year to travel, my friends. Consider it the year you finally start trying to take all those trips you’ve been wanting to take, so you can see all those places you’ve always wanted to see. Why? Because you won’t believe all of the exotic destinations that are popular this year.

For instance, why not take a trip to Tasmania? Specifically, the Bay of Fire (or Bay of Fires) is the place to be this year. It might be that you have never before heard of this place, which is located just off of the coast of charming, quaint St. Helen’s — but no matter, you will.

It is considered a paradise to all who have heard of it, with its precious little cottages located directly on the shore — available to rent, by the way!