Leave the hustle and bustle of Sydney behind and head south. The Southern Highlands awaits. Within an hour and a half, travellers will find places of retreat and seclusion.
The island itself encompasses every picture, every dream of paradise. The white sand is soft as flour (note, it is so fine, you’ll take some home with you whether you like it or not!), the sunsets are dotted with handmade sail boats.
This is an app which makes it easy to find accommodation, rentals, flights and even activities, and lay the itinerary out for all to see. Better yet, it makes it easy for people to come together, understand what their portion of the costs are AND have a really clear way to manage expenses.
Whatever the budget, a vacation in my mind is one of life’s necessities. Call it: “Living in the New Millennium: Air. Water. Food. Shelter. Clothing. Vacation.”
As soon as you drive through the gates to the Bower at Broulee, you can feel the tension ease from your shoulders. The drive winds around through a forest of thick gums, bringing you to an experience you will never forget.
We’ve discovered some unique gems in NSW for beach camping. Here are what we consider as the best of some really fantastic options available.