Paperbark Camp, about 5 min drive from Huskisson, Jervis Bay on the woollamia road is a glamorous bush camping setting! A perfect place to chill out and enjoy the nature and the lovely food from the Gunyah restaurant.
Tandara at Lane Cove National Park is a perfect glamping spot in the heart of Sydney. You can do as much as you want or as little as you like. Soak in the lovely views of the bush, the pampering camp, great walks and learn about the wild life! Just the perfect place to chill out in Sydney.
We had a wonderful day with Dolphin Watch cruises during our Jervis Bay trip. Onboard the Eco Extreme, which is their speed boat, we got to checkout the pristine beaches and wild life. Unfortunately the rough seas and the wild rain dint let us get too close to the wild life though! But a ride not to be missed!
One of my favourite rides in Sydney is the Sydney Olympic Park – Meadowbank loop. A total of 15 km ride, it is very much suitable for noobs and intermediate riders going on bike paths, bike lanes, the Meadowbank bridge. This is one of my favourites for riding during dawn and dusk times given how beautifully the entire area lights up orange!
Bondi to Bronte walk, one of the most popular walks in Sydney, is a walk to remember. With the breath-taking views of the beaches , one of the best sunrises of Sydney, the sand joggers and the early morning surfers and the yoga group this is a walk to be done early in the morning to enjoy its beauty!
About 3 hrs drive to the north form Auckland is Bay of Islands, a bay of over 150 small islands most of them still unexplored to date. With pristine beaches and beautiful Haruru falls Bay of islands is a hub for adventurous activities and water sports.
Taupo Bungy, being the highest water touch bungy jumping in New Zealand, we decided to head off there to take a jump on the count of the jump master.