A coffee for the most needed break

For those who are all about the coffee and less about the fancy, there is a place that always surprises whoever I take there, called Cafe Japone. A small Japanese family owned cafe at the edge of Coogee. Humble, simple and a menu with the Aussie essentials plus onigari and more! It looks like any…

Anna Bay And The Endless White Sand Dunes

If you aspire to movie-like sand dunes, here at Anna Bay you get as a bonus camel’s caravans that can take you for a ride and sand surfing activities that would guarantee a good laugh. If you walk the dunes by a winter day, you might experience a refreshing mystic fog and the wide dancing…

Sailing With Dolphins In Nelson Bay

I love being out on the water, it has a taste of freedom and reality. On a boat only your true you can really board and the rules of the world are simplified to what you need to survive. For those who enjoy being the master of their own ship, sailing is also a rewarding…

Jellyfish 

An interesting hypothesis was once shared with me, that despite our ephemeral lives many of us live as immortals. Some as if they had all the time in the world. Investing little in their aspirations and giving in to laziness. Comfortable following others and opting for default options. While others live their live as invincible,…

Fingal Head Walk

A 30-minutes-walk on a 3-meter wide sand path with the ocean to one side and bay to the other. Fingal head offers soft golden sand under your feet and blue waves from both sides calling for you. It is as much a dreamy walk as it is an adventure. However, be warned, do not let…

Ladies’ Bath – Coogee’s hidden pool

For a quite time reconnecting with Nature and Water, this Coogee’s hidden pool offers a unique relaxing experience. Rocks to lay down your towel, a natural pool on the ocean edge filled with fresh salt water and a priceless 180° open view. Here it is not about money with a 2 Dollars entrance fee. It…

Mount Tomaree, A Brizy 15-Minutes-Climb For A Breath Taking View

Any owner of a traveller book has probably heard of Port Stephens in the NSW. It is the ideal stop on your way up north on the east coast. It has the white sand, the long dunes, the bays, the open ocean, dolphins, whales, kangaroos, national reserves, day trip sailing boats, and high sightseeing points….

Matcha tea on the go!

A curious taste for those who have never had it before, a herbal flavour, gingery touch, the softness of cream and a round note of green tea shaded grown leaves. When I first tried Matcha tea, I was surprised by the lack of sweetness that most hot beverages got us hooked on, but soon appreciating…

A Photo Shoot With Surprisingly Friendly kangaroos

Besides being a symbol of Australia unique wildlife, kangaroos are an amazing discovery for any visitor. Hopping on their incredibly strong legs and using their muscular tail for balance as a third leg, this giant native is an intimidating and unusual encounter in so many ways. They are large marsupials, which basically means the female…

Binna Burra Mountain Retreat For Better Perspective

Nothing is like the feeling of being on the top of a mountain like Binna Burra. The air is purer, the clouds are just mystic fog, the dense forest is a plain of green, the world is suddenly less doubting, and my eyes are surfing it effortlessly. It is funny when you realise that feelings…