The Scenic Railway @ Blue Mountains, Australia

After a great nature walk at the rainforest and the fun came in on this railway ride. Many children were so addicted with it as well as the adults. No judge please, I was one of them too ! I love the scenic railway the most. It was the steepest incline passenger railway in the... Continue Reading →


Blue Mountains @ Australia

The marvel rock formation of the Three Sisters at Echo Point in Katoomba has become an iconic symbol for the Blue Mountains, Australia. There are 140 kilometres of heritage walking tracks, native bushland, underground caves, aboriginal village and the artwork of the residents for explore. The Blue Mountains is a rocky region, located at the... Continue Reading →

Autumn in Sydney, Port Stephens, Hunter Valley, Blue Mountains, Blackheath & Kiama @ Australia

Full Itinerary for 14 Days 12 Nights Day 1 - 7.4.2016, Thursday Depart from KLIA2, Kuala Lumpur, 2350 to Kingsford International Airport, Sydney, 0945 Friday 8.4.2016 Day 2 - 8.4.2016, Friday Sydney Kingsford International Airport --- Sydney: The Rocks Area (stop-by for pictures) --- Petrol Station (rest/lunch) --- Port Stephens: Shoal Bay (take house keys), Nelson Bay House,... Continue Reading →

The Seaside @ Kiama, Australia

Beautiful seaside at the Kiama. Every 3rd Sunday of each month, there is a seaside market held here, black beach from 09:00 to 15:00. In Kiama, there are a lot of markets going on throughout the year, refer here for more references.  Kiama Seaside ​Address: Black beach, Kiama Harbour, Kiama NSW 2533, Australia.

The Blowhole @ Kiama, Australia

Kiama Blowhole is located at the South Coast of Sydney. It is the seaside town of Kiama. Kiama's Blowhole is the largest in the world. The spectacular plumes of water that can be seen when the seas are running from the south east comes at the highest 60 metres, attracted many visitors throughout the year... Continue Reading →

How to get to the Kiama, Australia?

You can get to the Kiama, Australia by self-driving or trains. Trains You can take a train from Sydney (Wynyard station) to Kiama station. Kiama is located at the south coast of Sydney. It takes around 2.5 to 3 hours by train. The blowhole is within walking distance from Kiama station, approximately 750m. Self-Driving It is approximately... Continue Reading →

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