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Mission #5: Great Barrier Reef

One of the most popular trips in the Whitsundays that you cannot miss is the cruise to the Great Barrier Reef. We actually ended up ...

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Japanese Lunch Spots

Japanese is a popular cuisine for lunch. It appeals to a broad audience because it can satisfy your soup cravings, give you a bento ...

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Mission #5: Hamilton Island

When we arrived at Hamilton Island we weren't sure what to expect. We knew it was big, popular spot in the Whitsundays, so the many ...


Off the Ring Road

As some of you might know, I don't mind dropping by the western suburbs because it is easily connected to the north by the Western Ring Road. Unlike the Eastern suburbs, where you'll notice I don't frequent as much. The west is home to a lot of good Asian food so I gave these places below a ...

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Learn to Live Comedy Gala

Today I'm posting about something a little different as I believe it's something important, much more than what food I ate for dinner last night. Yesterday we went to the Learn to Live comedy gala featuring big names such as Denise Scott and Adam Hills. For such a lineup, our $50 tickets were a ...



Another weekend, another spontaneous adventure. I initially wanted to drop by the Richmond Food Truck Park but heard it closes at 8.30pm. It was after 8 so we thought we'd switch plans. After a quick search for Japanese we came across Dekoboko on Bridge Rd. It's a quaint little spot, drinks on a wall ...

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Mission #5: Daydream Island

Our first trip from Airlie Beach was a twin island escape. The most popular and biggest service to the Whitsundays islands is run by Cruise Whitsundays. We were off to half a day at Daydream Island and the second at Hamilton Island. But first - we wanted to use our breakfast vouchers! We squeezed ...