Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

The Story Lives on at Sovereign Hill

The Story Lives On at Sovereign Hill for families

The promise of striking it rich during Ballarat’s gold rush lured almost 500,000 people to the Australian colonies, and their stories are told today at the incredible Sovereign Hill, an interactive, outdoor living museum. Here the kids share their own stories on Sovereign Hill for families.  While life in the goldfields was brutal for all […] Read more…

Family fun in the lagoon pool at Big 4 Adventure Whitsundays Airlie Beach

Airlie Beach: BIG4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort with kids

It has only been a few months since Tropical Cyclone Debbie hit the Whitsundays with ferocious force, but we’ve already revisited several times to soak up the sun, sand and a little family fun. And while the area has certainly undergone something of an environmental makeover, I can happily confirm that Airlie Beach, the gateway […] Read more…

Mantra Club Croc Airlie Beach with Kids

Mantra Club Croc Airlie Beach with kids

Airlie Beach is a small beachside town with a big village atmosphere and the perfect spot for families to access the extraordinary Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. And, we’re happy to report that, despite Cyclone Debbie’s tempestuous tantrum, it is a patch of paradise that is as beautiful and welcoming as ever, […] Read more…

Whitsunday Islands with Kids. Girl on Whitehaven Beach. BoyEatsWorld

Things to do in the Whitsunday Islands with kids

The deep sapphire of the sea, the green of the islands and the reef’s fusion of fifty shades of blue make are beautiful beyond description, making a visit to the Whitsunday Islands with kids a great idea every time.  We’re eager regular visitors and though between our last two visits, Cyclone Debbie’s dramatic environmental makeover […] Read more…

Rydges South Bank

A weekend at Rydges South Bank Brisbane

What could be better than a room with a view over South Bank and the beautiful Brisbane River? A suite with a view, natch! It is getting rather chilly Sydney side and the winter blues have me over-sleeping, and over-eating and over-imbibing. OK, I’d be doing that no matter what the temp, but the lure […] Read more…

Seduced by South Bank, Brisbane

Seduced by South Bank, Brisbane

Brisbane, you’ve changed. I mean, come on, it has only been a couple of years between dates but while my back is turned, you’ve gone and turned into a whole new city, flirting with other visitors and flashing your new boutique restaurants, cool craft breweries, and sexy small bars. And don’t even get me started […] Read more…

Welcome paint at Waradah Aboriginal Centre

A cultural connection in Katoomba

Who’d have thought that a visit to an Aboriginal dance performance would lead to one of the most authentic and incredible Indigenous experiences of Raffles young life? Certainly not me. But that is exactly what has happened at Katoomba’s Waradah Aboriginal Centre. We find ourselves at the centre after stopping to wax philosophic with Katoomba’s […] Read more…

Chilling on the breakwall at Nobbys Newcastle

Crowne Plaza Newcastle with kids

“Mum, this place kinda feels like home,” declares a smiling Raffles within minutes of checking into the harbour front Crowne Plaza Newcastle. And while our actual home may not boast a marble-clad foyer, an army of friendly-staff or stunning views over Newcastle’s working harbour, he’s right, this place does radiate a special “at home” kind […] Read more…

Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Light Spectacular

Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Light Spectacular

Take one sprawling landscaped garden planted with 6,000 trees and 600,000 shrubs. Add tranquil lakes, cascading waterfalls and a storybook garden inhabited by fabulous fairytale characters. Toss in more than two million Christmas lights, a self confessed Christmas tragic, her long suffering husband, their slightly nutty son and a wee girl who insists on donning sequins and wings because […] Read more…

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Hey, I’m Aleney! A mum, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raff, the “boy” in boyeatsworld, and a fearless foodie, adventurer and eco-warrior. Along with his all-singing, all-dancing, all-adventurous sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari for the junior set.

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