Summer Bay, Home & Away – Sydney – Travelling with Kids

On one of our trips to Sydney last year, we had a free day to fill in and thought we would go for a drive to Palm Beach which is where Home & Away is filmed (fictitiously named Summer Bay) on the northern beaches of Sydney. If you don’t have enough time to do your own Home and Away Tour independently, there’s plenty of other things to do in Sydney if you only have a short period of time. (more…)

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Review – Porepunkah Bridge Caravan Park, Porepunkah, Victoria

For the second time in 12 weeks, we decided to park our camper trailer at Porepunkah, approximately 6kms from Bright in the Victorian high country. Bright is one of my favourite towns in Victoria as its such a pretty place, this time of year though its very busy. Porepunkah is my favourite place to go camping near Bright, just far enough away from the craziness but easy to still get in to town.  (more…)

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The 2015 wrap up – our3kidsvtheworld – Family Travel Blog – Travelling with Kids

We’ve had a big year here at our3kidsvtheworld, its not until you stop and look back that you realise just how much we have done. Before we get into our yearly wrap up, I want to thank our followers for coming along for the ride and I am hopeful that you are all getting out there and enjoying holidays with your families as well. We don’t earn a fortune but we make holidaying a priority with what we have. (more…)

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Top 5 Family-Friendly Things To Do In Kununurra – Travelling with Kids
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Top 5 Family-Friendly Things To Do In Kununurra – Travelling with Kids

For something a little different this week, I have my first guest post from another blogger! This article was written by Rosemary McGuigan, the owner and operator of Best Of The Kimberley, the holiday and tour planning specialists in Broome, Western Australia. Rosemary helps many holiday goers year after year plan tours in Kununurra & the Bungle Bungle Ranges – there is so much to see in this stunning part of Australia that you’ll want to go back every year! Craig and I have some friends that recently relocated to Kununurra and we would love to visit them one day, this is a great post outlining what we can do with the kids when we are there. so over to Rosemary. (more…)

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My Review – Beauty Point Riviera Hotel, Beauty Point – Travelling with Kids

For our last night in Tassie I decided we needed a change of scenery and it was perfect timing considering I wasn’t too happy with the Tamar Valley Resort. I had read a review about the Beauty Point Riviera Hotel and as I had planned to visit Seahorse World and Platypus House, it was the perfect place for the night. Beauty Point Tasmania is a sleepy little seaside town, much like the Great ocean Road towns use to be like.  (more…)

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My review of Tamar Valley Resort – Grindelwald, Tasmania

Grindelwald Tasmania is a small village about 15 minutes drive from Launceston or approx 17kms. The village is a replica of a small Swiss village. The homes look like what you would expect in Switzerland. The actual resort itself is also based on a Swiss village along with the little shopping chalets and restaurant. We were booked to stay there for 3 nights. (more…)

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Seahorse World – Things to do with kids in Tasmania – Travelling with Kids

After checking out of the Tamar Valley Resort, we headed north for our final night in Tasmania. We had  a night booked at the Beauty Point Riviera Hotel that evening. There were a couple of things I wanted to do with the kids before we checked in though. Seahorse World and Platypus House are conveniently located next to each other in Beauty Point, Tasmania. (more…)

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Mole Creek Cave, is it suitable for Kids? – Family Travel Blog

During our recent trip to Tasmania we spent the Sunday at Cradle Mountain and that was our last day with Craig, that evening we dropped him at Launceston Airport so that he could return to Melbourne for work on Monday morning. The kids and I continued on with our holiday before returning to Melbourne the following Friday. We had hoped to visited Mole Creek Cave on the way home from Cradle Mountain with Craig.  (more…)

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