COME SEE Bronte Baths, Sydney NSW. Australia

COME SEE Bronte Baths, Sydney NSW. Australia

There are two pools nestled in the south end of Bronte Beach, one for the kids and one for the big kids.

COME SEE Kiama Rockpool, Illawarra NSW. Australia.

COME SEE Kiama Rockpool, Illawarra NSW. Australia.

Stunning place to watch the sunrise and get your morning cold water immersion fix. Apparently its good fishing just off the rocks too.

COME SEE Coledale Rock Pools, Illawarra NSW. Australia.

COME SEE Coledale Rock Pools, Illawarra NSW. Australia.

Has those locals only vibes which is great if your an introvert but still want to hit the ocean in the middle of summer.

COME SEE Top 5 Lookouts In Wentworth Falls, Blue Mountains National Park NSW. Australia.

COME SEE Top 5 Lookouts In Wentworth Falls, Blue Mountains National Park NSW. Australia.

Here’s a list of the top 5 lookouts to hit on your visit to Wentworth Falls.

COME SEE Bogey Hole, Newcastle & Hunter NSW. Australia

COME SEE Bogey Hole, Newcastle & Hunter NSW. Australia

Just south of Newcastle is this heritage listed ocean pool that has has plenty of spots to layout on the surrounding rocks.

COME SEE Maquinit Hot Springs, Coron. Philippines.

COME SEE Maquinit Hot Springs, Coron. Philippines.

MAQUINIT HOT SPRINGS: THE GUIDE REGION: Palawan Province ACCESSIBILITY: Via hired motorbike/scooter | Jeepney | Tricycle BEST TIME TO VISIT: During the cool season (Oct – Feb) | temp ranging from around 21 – 32 degrees LOCATION: 20 min drive from | Open in Google Maps WALKING DISTANCE: 2 min walk from 

6 Adventurous things to do In Palawan, Philippines.

6 Adventurous things to do In Palawan, Philippines.

Palawan is made for water lovers with approximately 1,780 islands. There’s no wonder that the main activities undertaken here are day tours to the closest and most accessible areas. We did our fare share of day-trips during our short stay but Palawan has so much 

11 incredible experiences that will make you want to pack up and move to the Romblon Province, Philippines

11 incredible experiences that will make you want to pack up and move to the Romblon Province, Philippines

Getting here can be a challenge but once arrived, you’ll be rewarded 10 times over by the fact that the land is still largely untouched by tourism so you’ll get an authentic Philippine experience. You’ll meet friendly locals, swim beneath crisp waterfalls, take day trips 

COME SEE Tour A & C, El Nido. Philippines.

COME SEE Tour A & C, El Nido. Philippines.

TOUR A & C: THE GUIDE REGION: Palawan Province ACCESSIBILITY: Via hired boat private tour or group boat tour BEST TIME TO VISIT: During the cool season (Oct – Feb) | temp ranging from around 21 – 32 degrees LOCATION: Islands surrounding El Nido Island | Open 

COME SEE Dagubdub Falls, Sibuyan Island. Philippines.

COME SEE Dagubdub Falls, Sibuyan Island. Philippines.

DAGUBDUB FALLS: THE GUIDE REGION: San Fernando, Sibuyan Island ACCESSIBILITY: Open to the public 24-7 | Arrive by hired bike, scooter or car BEST TIME TO VISIT: During the cool season (Oct – Feb) | Temp ranging from around 21 – 32 degrees LOCATION: 30 min 

8 Places To Explore In Pai, Thailand.

8 Places To Explore In Pai, Thailand.

Set far up north amongst the hills of Chiang Mai, near the border of Myanmar, is a small bohemian province by the name of Pai. Speak to any local or expat about Pai and they’ll either tell you it’s a must-visit or its boring as 

COME SEE Sai Ngam Hot Springs, Pai. Thailand.

COME SEE Sai Ngam Hot Springs, Pai. Thailand.

SAI NGAM HOT SPRINGS: THE GUIDE REGION: Mae Hong Son Province ACCESSIBILITY: Open 8am-6pm, arrive by private scooter or book a day tour. BEST TIME TO VISIT: During the cool season (end Nov -Feb), any time of the day. LOCATION: 3.5 hours from Chiang Mai 

COME SEE Mor Paeng Waterfall, Pai. Thailand.

COME SEE Mor Paeng Waterfall, Pai. Thailand.

MOR PAENG WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Mae Hong Son, Pai District ACCESSIBILITY: Open 24 hrs, arrive by hired scooter or Songthaew (local taxi ute) BEST TIME TO VISIT: During the cool season (end Nov -Feb) | earlier the better to beat the crowds LOCATION: 3 

COME SEE Sekumpul Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Sekumpul Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

SEKUMPUL WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Buleleng Regency, Northern Bali. LOCAL NAME: Air Terjun Sekumpul ACCESSIBILITY: Open all year round | 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm. BEST TIME TO VISIT: May through to October | the earlier the better for less of a crowd 

COME SEE Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

TUKAD CEPUNG WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Temuku, Bangil, Bali. ACCESSIBILITY: Open all year round | 9am to 4pm BEST TIME TO VISIT: Typically 10am for strongest sunrays LOCATION: 1.5 hrs from Ubud | 2.5 hrs from Seminyak | Open in Google Maps WALKING DISTANCE | 

COME SEE Bali’s Best Waterfalls – Our Top 5. Indonesia.

COME SEE Bali’s Best Waterfalls – Our Top 5. Indonesia.

And the wait is over fam! We visited a whole bunch of waterfalls in Bali and explored them all top to bottom. We witnessed some of the most breathtaking, to some a little underwhelming and decided to sift through and choose 5 of the BEST. 

COME SEE Umejero Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Umejero Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

UMEJERO WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Buleleng Regency, Northern Bali. ACCESSIBILITY: Open all year round | Anytime access BEST TIME TO VISIT: May through to October | In the morning or afternoon LOCATION: 20 mins from central Munduk | 2.5 – 3 hrs from Canggu |  Open 

COME SEE Git Git Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Git Git Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

GIT GIT WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Singaraga, Kabupaten Buleleng. ACCESSIBILITY: Open all year round | 8am to 5pm BEST TIME TO VISIT: In the morning, the earlier the better. LOCATION: 30 mins from Munduk | 1.5 hrs from Ubud | 2 hrs from Canggu | 

COME SEE Nung Nung Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Nung Nung Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

NUNG NUNG WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Badung Regency, Northern Bali. ACCESSIBILITY: Open all year round | 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm. BEST TIME TO VISIT: May through to October | the earlier the better for less of a crowd LOCATION: 1.5 hrs from 

COME SEE Leke Leke Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Leke Leke Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

The Balinese meaning for leke-leke is ‘hideaway’. And hideaway was exactly what we got, a gorgeous hidden gem amongst the jungle. Considering it was August, (which is one of Bali’s busiest months) it was the first waterfall we’ve visited and had all to ourselves. We felt like Tarzan and Jane, or Jane and Jane. It was wild!

COME SEE Banyumala Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

COME SEE Banyumala Waterfall, Bali. Indonesia.

BANYUMALA WATERFALL: THE GUIDE REGION: Buleleng Regency, Bali ACCESSIBILITY: Open all year round | 7 days a week from 8am to 4pm BEST TIME TO VISIT: May through to October | Between 11am and 1pm for the best lighting LOCATION: 2 hrs from Ubud | 

COME SEE Gunlom Falls Infinity Pool, Kakadu. Australia.

COME SEE Gunlom Falls Infinity Pool, Kakadu. Australia.

Gunlom is a steep 1km hike up a waterfall to a natural plunge pool at the top. Its no wonder NT tourism use this location is most of its advertising campaigns.

COME SEE Litchfield National Park, Darwin. Australia.

COME SEE Litchfield National Park, Darwin. Australia.

LITCHFIELD NATIONAL PARK: THE GUIDE REGION: Northern Territory ACCESSIBILITY: Open 24 hours BEST TIME TO VISIT: Mid June – late August LOCATION: 1.5 hrs from Darwin CBD | Open in Google Maps WALKING DISTANCE: Walks vary from 1 – 4km return loop TIME REQUIRED: 3 

COME SEE Canal Rocks, South West. Australia.

COME SEE Canal Rocks, South West. Australia.

As told by Jackie Te-Aroha. There’s something about the ocean that continually draws me in. Something graceful about watching a large mass of water move in sync. Something magical about the way it turns from a deep turquoise to a brilliant white. I find it 

COME SEE Serpentine Falls, Peel. Australia.

COME SEE Serpentine Falls, Peel. Australia.

As told by Jackie Te-Aroha. When searching for ‘hidden swimming holes in Perth’ its hard to miss this one. It’s on just about every list and blog on the Internet including So Perth, The Urban List and The Australian Traveler. And whilst we pride ourselves