Archive for Category: "Hidden Gems: Australia"
For the past five weeks, we’ve been sharing the short snapshots of Peter’s Hidden Gems adventures in Australia. You’ve seen Peter soar over Sydney on a seaplane to share one of his favorite hidden spots to eat and relax. Peter has gone behind the scenes in the iconic Sydney Opera house in adventures that are [...]
Peter has been coming to Australia for decades, and the country never ceases to surprise him. How so? It seems the country is always changing and evolving. One recent surprise was the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). While every city claims to have an underground art scene, in Hobart, Tasmania the art scene [...]
Oysters, wine and cheese…who doesn’t like to enjoy good food and wine on vacation? One of the great things about Tasmania is the bounty of organic, boutique farms and vineyards. And when you visit, you don’t just see and taste, you learn how to harvest and make the product. Grandvewe Cheesery, Tasmania’s only organic sheep-milk [...]
Looking to find a Hidden Gem of Australia? Sometimes you need to bypass the major cities of Sydney and Melbourne and travel to where Australians actually visit–down south to Tasmania. Tasmania is one of the world’s largest islands, but it is also one of the least known and the least visited. It’s a little over [...]
Some of Sydney’s best-kept secrets can also be the hardest to get to. In fact, in some places, you have to take to the skies to access them. Not only will you get the best views of the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, but you’ll also be able to visit those [...]
When it comes to Australia you think about kangaroos, boomerangs, didgeridoos, and the famous Sydney Opera House. Yes, most travels to Australia start in the harbor city of Sydney. But even in city full of icons, there are ways to find hidden gems. Did you know that on certain days of the week, if you [...]