There is something about land travel, especially train, that nothing else can compare to. It is fast and yet still enjoyably slow. It is social and yet private. It is old and yet ultra-modern. And it is so much fun.
Taking the “Great Inland Way” from Cairns to New South Wales gives you a different perspective on how open-space is out there. Passing through remote and lone country towns, dry and arid lands.
Redcliffe, a costal residential suburb north of Brisbane is a place where having a bliss is the way of life.
Kingscliff town in northern New South Wales is just down from Queensland border. A small town feel with a touch of classy lifestyle by the seaside.
Secluded and tucked away in the misty mountains of Atherton Tablelands is the Mungali Falls, a magical place to enjoy the tranquility of the area…