Escape + Explore: Australia’s Best Family Travel Blogs

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The Going Anyway family on the Great Wall of China.

This Friday’s holiday and travel inspiration comes courtesy of some excellent Aussie family travel bloggers. Check out my list below and you will find literally hundreds of ideas, with very practical information for families.

Whether you’re planning to travel round Australia or the world, or you’re just wondering where to go for your next weekend away, there’s plenty of information from these travel-loving bloggers.

And if you’re an Aussie family travel blogger who is not on this list – forgive me! Send me an email via my Contact page and I’ll pop over for a visit.

And what do I mean by Aussie? Australian nationals or residents writing from their worldwide travels, or those of us living here in Australia and wishing we were with them!  I haven’t put in any of the travel companies or travel magazines who have blogs as part of their websites- may do a post just on those one day – but these are the personal bloggers.

 

Boy Eats World

Boy Eats World is a travel and food blog written by experienced travel writer Aleney De Winter, with help from her two young children. Aleney’s kids are really adventurous eaters and apprentice chefs (Raffles ate snails!) I’m so envious as two of my children are such fusspots.

Aleney’s recipes look good and are well photographed. Her writings always clear and entertaining – her experience really shows through. The family review cafes and restaurants in Sydney and wherever they may roam.

My Fave: The International Travel category

You’ll Love:     Raffles Reviews Mamak Chatswood

 

Bubs On The Move

A blog promoting healthy, happy travel with a baby or small child.

Mum of three, Danielle, is a GP and avid traveller. Her blog features posts on North Queensland where the family used to live, and now more from Melbourne and surrounds where they are now based.

My Fave: the Destinations section.

You’ll enjoy: Now We Are A Family Of Five

 

Get In The Hot Spot

My friend Annabel writes about adventures within and without. Most of her travel stories are adult-focused but there are plenty posts on Get In the Hot Spot about travel with the Candy kids.  Check out her Australian and Vanuata stories for travels with the kids.

But then pop over to her other travel writing about Italy, Zimbabwe, Canada and much, much more. Much brain food there for would-be wandering mums.

My Fave: 5 Reasons To Go Back To Heron Island  and Turtle Nesting Season on Heron Island

You’ll Love:  The Candys in Canberra

 

Going Anyway

I’ll be bold and say that this is Australia’s most deeply loved family travel blog. In 2011, Chris and Jill packed up their five children and travelled through Asia for a year. The family travelled very mindfully, soaking up the places they saw and celebrating the people they met. The writing and photography on this site is really very beautiful, insightful and perceptive. Read the archives, the posts are a lesson in how to travel well.

The family also travel with their own wheels, a wheelchair in fact, which they adapted for the trip. Their daughter Sparky has cerebral palsy, but they went anyway. The family are living on a bus these days, please blog more, Jill!

My Fave: Our One Wild and Precious Life

You’ll Love: One Year of Travel, One Hundred People

 

 

Gourmet Getaway

‘Idyllic getaways, luscious food,’ the tagline of this blog is HIGHLY appealing.

Julie Carlyle is the author of this blog which revels in a mixture of recipes, cafe and restaurant reviews and holiday and travel stories. Julie has a bunch of children and many of her travel articles are about family travel, but there’s adults-only travel too. Quite right.

Julie’s husband is a photographer, his shots (and hers) are terrific on this blog. The couple showcase the best of Coffs Harbour, their local area; great if you’re planning a trip up that way.

My Fave: The family travel stories from Thailand in 2013

You’ll Love:  Pizza Supreme Cookies

 

Holidays, Hellidays And The Journeys In Between

Lydia C Lee blogs intermittently but her content is terrific. Whenever I read one of her destination posts I feel that I could just pack up the kids and pop off there. She gives great information about her travels with her kids aged five, ten and 13 years. Ironically she is terrified of flying, but manages to grit her teeth and get going.  Search the archives for great ideas.

My Fave: McLaren Vale Beaches and Vineyards 

You’ll Love:  An Expensive Mistake – A Cautionary Tale

 

Little Aussie Travellers

An Aussie family of five are travelling full time and sharing the journey as they go. They had been blogging previously as well and their site is large with lots of ideas for family-friendly expeditions, places to stay and things to do. It’s a fun site and well worth exploring.

The Walsh family are Matt, Loreena and Jackson, Amahli & Byron.  The children are home schooled as they travel and the site has posts on home schooling as well as travelling. The family are currently touring Tasmania.

My Fave:  Eco Friendly Travel: Making Family Road Trips Greener

You’ll Love: The Day It Finally Happened

 

Little Nomads

Little Nomads is really a travel booking site but it has a blog which has some terrific experiential family travel and holiday posts. The big issue is that there’s no categories system so finding them is hard!  Worth a trawl back in time though as there is useful information here. Newer posts are not personal stories, and very general though. The site is being re-launched soon so hopefully there will be ways to navigate the archive.

My Fave: Mixing Chocolate And Horses In The Blue Mountains

You’ll Love:  Australia’s Best Islands For Kids – Heron Island

 

New Life On The Road

David and Lisa Wood hit the open road in a motorhome and have been living in it now for three years. They have five boys, two have left home to join the Navy now.  The family is currently living in NSW, but search their categories for stories from around the eastern states of Australia.

Lisa writes about life in the motorhome, she has a fab collection of posts about the south coast of New South Wales, plus information on their experiences of homeschooling, and the odd recipe for heart warming soup too!

My Fave: The posts in The Sunshine Coast category

You’ll Love: Boston Shipwreck Memorial, Basspoint

 

Our Oyster

Canadian Jade Johnston and her Aussie husband Daniel are passionate travellers, and their son Jakob joined them on the road for the first 6 months of his life. Now back in Australia, the family blog about all matters family-travel related, with an emphasis on the art of slow travel.

My Fave: Our Favourite Camera bag – The Kata DL 33

You’ll Love: How To Tell If You Are A Slow Traveller

 

Raising Explorers

Lisa writes about sharing adventures with her young twins. You can read about the family’s backpacking trips to Malaysia and road trip to California. Lisa also writes about family life and about adventures in the southern part of Sydney where she lives.

My Fave:  The Exploring Sydney section (of course!)

You’ll Love: Warts And All: What It WasREALLY Like Travelling With Kids

 

Sydney Kids Food + Travel

Yes, this blog! You’re here already! Mostly posts are about exploring the very best of Sydney for kids. Lots of details, the stuff you need to know like how to find parking, where you can get a coffee and whether there’s good shade. Travel around Australia and bits and pieces from our trips abroad too. Enjoy!

 

Toddlers On Tour

Tips and advice for travel with kids is the tagline of this practical blog. Sally-Anne has been a  mad traveller since she was a child and has studied tourism and worked in the travel industry. She shared stories from her own family’s travels around Asia, plus really useful posts on the practical matters that help made family holidays work well. The blog has s shop with handy gadgets and products for travelling families.

My fave: Family Holiday – Busselton With Kids 

You’ll love:  Choosing Family Accommodation for Kids

 

 

Travel With Bender

This Aussie family of four became nomadic in 2012 and have been all over the world since then.  They mix destination stories with really useful top travel tips.  Have a look through their archives or search country by country. 100% guaranteed to give you itchy feet.

My Fave: Where we Are Headed in 2014 (cos I want to go too!)

You’ll Love: 10 Fun Free Things To Do With Kids In Perth

 

 

Where To Next?

New kids travel blog on the block is my friend Deb’s brilliantly named ‘Where To Next?’  I’m sure she will take us to dozens of interesting places. Deb a very experienced travel writer, magazine editor and digital media analyst, so expect top quality posts with detailed information, all with a strong awareness of environmental issues.

This is the only Australian blog or website that I can find which has a focus on travel with teens. Good idea, Deb.

My Fave: How To Avoid Single Use Plastic on Holiday

You’ll Love:  Snow monsters, sashimi and thigh-deep powder: reasons to ski Shiga Kogen

 

World Travel Family

Alyson, James and their boys D and Boo are travelling around the world ‘indefinitely and one the cheap.’  Their journey so far covers Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Sri Lanka, the UK, an Atlantic crossing cruise and now the USA, Canada and Central America.  They had lived in Port Douglas for seven years prior to heading off.

There are lots of informative and practical posts on this blog, on destinations, travel with kids and homeschooling and more. I love the joie de vivre they have, and the great passion for adventure and family.

My Fave: Breakfast Around The World or maybe Will Travel Blogging Fund Long Term Travel?  

You’ll Love: Finding Cheap Cruises

 

yTravelBlog

yTravelBlog is the biggest and best of all the travel blogs. Whilst the majority of the posts are not specifically family-focused, many are and the newest posts certainly are as Caz and Craig and their two young daughters are on a road trip right around Australia.

yTravelBlog is huge, you can simply search for a destination you’re interested in, or get to know the Categories section on the right hand side of the blog posts.

My Fave: The Family Travel Accommodation section

You’ll Love: 19 Tips for Travelling To Thailand with Kids

 

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Deborah Dickson -Smith of Where To Next? hard at work – honest!

Families on The Road On Facebook

New Life On The Road has a post sharing the Facebook pages of many families who are travellinf around Australia. Check it out here. 

 

And here’s a brand new blog …

3 Kids 2 Parents 1Backpack and 1 Wheelchair

Say hello to a very new blog, just two weeks old.  Bron and her family are setting off soon for a European adventure. She’s just started a blog to record their adventures. Go the Smiths!

Hope that you enjoy this little tour around Australia’s family travel bloggers. Now who’s been missed out?  And should I put in photos of each one? I did think it’d be good too but then thought that the post would go on forever if I did.

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Blogs That I Just Heard About And Need To Write Up

I’m just adding a little collection of new blogs to write up here. I’ll be adding in more information about them when I update this post next year.

Happy Travel With Kids

http://www.happytravelwithkids.com/

http://campertrailertravels.com/

http://www.getawayguru.com.au/  Leanne Anderson’s site with lists of apartments in France and Italy owned or managed by Aussies, plus her travel blog.

http://www.ourtravellifestyle.com/  An Aussie family who’ve been on the road for 4 years… and they also run http://www.vagabondfamily.org/

Together We Roam Lisa Young and her husband have visited 70 countries, and now live n Brisbane with their two young children. On this blog Lisa shares their travel philosophy, destination information and advice.

http://www.wheressharon.com/  Sharon and her two young children are based in Australia but have travelled to the US, Caribbean and Asia already – heaps for me to read there!

http://happyfamilyholidays.wordpress.com/ Lisa and her family are writing about their holidays here.

http://www.escapewithkids.com/ A brand new blog from Kirralee Baker about travel with kids and style – good luck with it Kirralee.

http://havewheelchairwilltravel.net/ is a travel blog inspiring people to travel, with wheelchair or without! Just newly redesigned, I know I am going to love reading around this site by Julie Jones.

http://xpatriategames.blogspot.com.au/  Free range human Sophia Brady travels with her husband and tween daughter. They’ll show you are around their home town of canberra, as well as taking you with them on their travels.

http://www.geeyourebrave.com/  Gee Your Brave, life and tales of travel and real adventures from a family of four, who are about to relocate to Melbourne.

 

 Aren’t Fridays just the best days for some armchair escapism.

I might be sitting here in the deepest, darkest suburbs of Sydney, but my mind is wandering this beautiful planet we share.

Happy travels!

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PS If you are a more general blogger who has a travels section or category, do link to it in the comments. There’s another blog post in you guys.

 PPS Can you let me know if you have trouble commenting on this post – hope I have fixed problem: seanalucy at mac dot come

 

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  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Bec

    I didn’t know there were so many travel blogs!! Will definitely be checking them out and no doubt will be itching to plan a family holiday! Thanks for putting this post together Seana. :)

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      A bit of a labour of love Bec, I really enjoyed finding and reading them all.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Lydia C Lee

    I’m chuffed I made your list, given some of the big names on it – you of course would top mine!

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Oh get away with you! Now get to work writing more travel posts, I really find yours helpful and inspiring.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Ai Sakura

    love traveling and reading about other traveler’s experience! thanks for this great list!

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Your blog is so handy for Sinagpre… lots to read there and I find myself plotting a visit with the kids… we’ll get there in the end.

  • Hi Seana,

    Great to see them all listed here and thanks for including Get In the Hot Spot. It always amazes me how few travel blogs there are when you list them like this – but I guess you have to be totally travel mad to do it which is what separates the travel lovers from the travel bloggers!

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      There aren’t that many are there? Especially when compared to mummy blogs, fashion blogs etc etc But writing great, useful posts does take a LONG time, as does getting there and back, and editing and uploading photos. Remember when we just used to send postcards to our pals!!??

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Aleney

    So thrilled to have made your great list, Seana. Can’t wait to check out the others on the list . Thank you xx

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Hi Aleney, looking forward to reading about your trip to Japan. We’re quite a select band, are we not? I’m thrilled to have listed the blogs I know, and hope to find some new ones too through publishing this list.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Robyn (Mrs D)

    Great post Seana and quite a few bloggers that I hadn’t hear of before – I best get reading!! I just wish I could pack up with the kids, leave all responsibly behind, and travel Aus for a few months. There are just SO many places I’d love to visit in this country xx

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Me too, so many places to visit in Oz. I don’t have a yen to travel for a long period, but always delighted to get out and about. Don’t you feel that immigrants like that feel as if we are always travelling just living here. Summer in Sydney always feels like a holiday on the Med to me. A trip to Manly is still a thrill!

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Robyn (Mrs D)

    Oh and by the way, I LOVE the new look blog – it’s clean, fresh, fun, simple and fabulous. Well done xx

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Loreena

    Thanks so much for including Little Aussie Travellers, Seana! I love that there’s a growing number of travel bloggers and that everyone blogs a little differently :) Great post, will share it around x

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Thanks Loreena, yes, we’re a broad church aren’t we? I’m definitely not a 100% travel blogger at all, but absolutely love exploring whether it’s close to home or heading for Timbuktu.

  • A big thank-you to Seana for compiling this list and for including me! Great that you included some new blogs too. So important to support them.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Bron

    Seana, Thankyou so much for including us even though we are so new xx I now have a lot of reading to do! We also adore GoingAnyway and I agree blog more Jill! ;) Bron

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      We all need a whole weekend spent doing nothing but read our fave travel blogs – chance would be a fine thing!! I hope you really enjoy your blogging journey.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Alyson

    Thanks for including World Travel Family! It’s the “family” part that cuts this list short, there are millions of travel blogs, not so many of us still doing it with kids in tow. Understandable, but a shame.

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      You guys are the real deal, being on long adventures. It’s a real pleasure to read along the way with you.

  • Love these blogs. I knew quite a few of them already, and look forward to discovering the rest. I’m a personal blogger and travel writer, who often posts about our travels and reviews resorts and activities. http://www.maidinaustralia.com

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Hi Bronnie, how about making a category on your blog? It would be so good to be able to find your travel stuff quickly on the blog… and I must and shall do a post about you and other bloggers who do have lots of great stuff.

  • Seana, thanks for putting together a great list. I am already familiar with most of these bloggers but you have found a few more which are new to me so I will definitely have a closer look at them.

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      And guess what, I have another one to add already- help! I will keep adding to this list and then can re-do annually to see where everyone is at. It was fun to read around and make notes and then hunt around again. Thanks for visiting.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Cybele

    What a great list. I’m particularly inspired by the Smiths, too. What a fantastic family.
    Gordon just did a post on two dads going snowboarding in some crazy out of the way place with no phone x http://blahblahmagazine.com.au/nzs-hidden-delight/

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Fantastic, will pop over for a look. But first must cook the dinner, or more correctly, must warm up the dinner. It’s Friday after all. Will see you over at your place later.

  • For those travelling Oz http://journeyjottings.com could be of interest!
    I’ve written quite a few posts about travelling in the Northern Territory, an RV trip between Uluru and Cairns, as well as kayaking in my own backyard of Moreton Bay :)

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Lovely Linda, yes, I think that I could look at many more adult-focussed travel bloggers and find really useful things for all travellers. Will pop over.

  • What a great list Seana – I read quite a few of these, but now I’ve got more to add to my list. Oh and I love your new look!!!

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Thanks so much Rebecca, it feels as if it’s been a huge week… even though I only managed to post twice.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Jill Palmer

    Hi Seana
    Thanks for the mention and your kind words!!

    So, where are YOU going next??

    Look forward to reading more!!

    Jill

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Aha, well funny you should ask… I’ll be scooting off on Monday for a long journey to Scotland. My mum’s had a hip replacement, one sister is helping her this week and my shift starts next week. This is a nursing holiday but one well behaved mother is a cinch compared to my own boisterous bairns here. It’s an all too flying visit, but better than not seeing Mum at all. My husband is on his time off so holding the fort whilst I go. I do love flying, lucky that.

  • What a great line up of travel blogs. I am sure looking through them will give me itchy feet :)

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      My feet are itching madly… luckily I am scarpering on Monday! Will be popping over to visit you later.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Lisa

    What a great list Seana! Your posts always make me want to pack a bag and head to Sydney.
    And I love seeing what Raffles is going to eat next on Aleney’s blog :)
    xx

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      I am in awe of Raffles… I couldn’t even get my twins to eat a beef stew last night. Clearly not starving them sufficiently. I love these Friday posts… I sit here in Sydney in my body but wander far and wide mentally – so good.

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Lisa Wood

    Hi Seana,

    I never ever realised that there was so many Australia Travel Bloggers, and I am so glad you put the list together so that I can check them all out :)
    Thanks heaps for the mention – such an honor to be among so many fine bloggers

    Love sent your way xxx

    • Reply May 9, 2014

      Seana Smith

      I feel exactly the same. I started this post last year, lost it for a bit and then re-found it and kept pecking away. So happy to have got it out at last, and I will update it annually. Happy travels Lisa.

  • Thank you so much for including me in your list Seana.

    I have enjoyed reading through your list as I have discovered some new travel blogs. Now to lots more reading…

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Leonie

    So many great blogs out there. I’m new to it but I’m getting out there with the family and sampling great child friendly holiday houses and experiences at http://www.happyfamilyholidays.wordpress.com

  • Reply May 10, 2014

    Ally

    Hi Seana
    What an extensive list! Tough gig that – reading through all those travel stories and looking at the pretty pics…

    There’s another FB group Travelling Australia With Kids. We travelled Oz for 20 months over 5 years ago (no FB back then) but I still lurk around, giving my twenty cents worth. I blogged that trip (not well) and have just started a new blog including (but not limited to) all things family, autism, teens, homeschooling, Byron Bay and funnily enough my introductory post was travel related. It’s at www dot allyredding dot come dot ay you, if anyone wants a sticky beak. There’s other stuff on there about my retreats for women (and carers) but I am just so thrilled to dust off my writing and have a crack at blogging once again!
    Thanks for all your great work, Ally x

  • Wow what a great list! There are a few blogs I haven’t heard of before so I’m going to go and check them out now! Thanks xxx

  • Thank-you for your lovely review Seana! Honoured to be included in such a great list of blogs! And so useful to have this list.

    Finally written about our little exploration of Adelaide by the way! If anyone’s remotely interested in what Seana and I got up to and how to find your gourmet way around Adelaide (with or without kids) … http://deborahdicksonsmith.com/2014/05/11/tasting-adelaide/#more-177

  • Oh – and I ought to mention my collaborator – my teenage daughter. Here’s her travel blog: http://holly-the-traveller.tumblr.com

  • Reply May 12, 2014

    Grace

    Great list, Seana! A few there that I know of already (and love) like Lisa at New Life On The Road but lots that I haven’t visited yet! These travel blogs are truly inspirational.

  • Oh I had no idea there were so many gorgeous travel blogs – they are living my dream. off to check them out now. Thanks Seana x

  • Reply May 16, 2014

    Caz Makepeace

    What a super helpful resource list Seana! Thanks for putting it together. IT’s so wonderful to see all the Aussie family travel blogs. There are a few on here I did not know about so can add them to the list. Thank you so much including us and your beautiful words

  • Reply May 16, 2014

    Amanda Woodward

    Hi Seana, What a great list! I already follow a few of them & really enjoy reading their posts. Just wanted to let you know about my website as I am not a blogger as such, but have a website to help families find family friendly holiday accommodation. I have a blog attached & also write for a parenting website. Some topics covered include travelling with extended family, what is family friendly accommodation & family holidays on a budget. Would love for you to check it out – http://www.familyfriendlyaccommodation.com.au. Thanks. Amanda

  • Reply May 16, 2014

    Katrina

    Hi Seana,
    Thank you so much for your list, so many great blogs out there! I already follow a few of them and I will add the new ones them to my list.
    As for me, we live in Australia and travel A LOT. I have a travel blog: http://thenomadicexplorers.com/ where I share our insider tips, stories, strategies and photos (we have a FB page too!). As English is not our first language, the blog is multilingual blog: it is in Russian and English.
    Would love if you check it and add into your list.
    Thanks.
    Katrina.

  • Sorry it’s taken me so long but want to say a MASSIVE thanks for compiling this fantastic list, and even more so for including me on it. Some very impressive company! A labour of love well worth the effort, Seana. :) I even wrote a new post!

  • Reply May 17, 2014

    Madeline

    Some if my favourite blogs are on your list! Our trip is over now but I blogged our six month trip last year through SE Asia, the UK and Europe with our 6 and 3 year olds at theplaceswegoblog.wordpress.com

  • Hello, I was doing some research on Kakadu with kids as we are heading there in June and stumbled on your blog. So glad I did, it’s quite inspirational. I love your detail on Sydney!

    Then I saw this post which I loved and right at the bottom it mentions me! Together we roam. I was pretty surprised anyone has heard of me and to be put on a list with the heavyweights gave me a big head ;)

    So thanks for my diva moment! Oh and just one tiny thing my name is Rene (not Lisa) but happy to be called “Hey you” really.

    I do have a quick question about Kakadu, all the sights seem to be a little tricky for a 2 and a 4 year old. Are the big sights like Jim Jim and Gunlom doable with two wee ones?

    Lots of love and have a ball in Scottland.

    xo

    • Reply May 20, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Hello, yes I did enjoy a read around your blog and I will type you up properly int hat post and correct the name. In Kakadu, and this is off the top of my head, some of the art sites I visited with my son would be OK for your kids to see, they might need carried for a bit of it. The walk to the waterfalls are long and challenging, probably too far. The info centre we went to would be great, the croc cruises and looking at billabongs would be lovely.

      • Thanks for the tips! I had a feeling the falls maybe a bit tricky. I have since realised you can’t swim in the waterholes for the salties! So I’m happy to give it a miss this time around.

        Thank you again for the mention. Made my day. xo

  • What an amazing list you have put together! so great to see such a range of travel content out there. Mums on the Go falls under the heading of blogs that cover a whole range of things but has a good chunk dedicated to family travel :)

  • Reply May 25, 2014

    Hotel Booking

    thanks for adding some amazing content and pictures

  • Someone came to my site from here today and so I’m popping over to say thanks for including us. We are honoured to have made your list.
    Hope we bump into you someday!

  • Reply September 22, 2014

    Rebecca

    Hi Seana,

    What a great idea! So fabulous to see so many great family travel blogs in the one spot. Going to check them all out over the next few days. Thanks for adding Happy Travel with Kids to your list – what an honour! :)

  • Reply November 19, 2014

    halong bay tours

    Nice blog! I have plan travel with my family in next year. your idea give me some special tip for my trips. Thank you for this info and the tips!

  • Reply December 2, 2014

    Sharon @ Where's Sharon

    Hey! I just came across your list and was happy to see that you have learned about us even if we are not quite on there properly yet :D We are actually about to leave Melbourne to base ourselves in Asia for awhile with hopefully a few months in Europe in there somewhere, so lots of adventures to come!!

    It’s amazing how many family travel blogs there. It just shows kids don’t have to be an excuse to stop travelling ;)

    • Reply December 2, 2014

      Seana Smith

      Hi there, will update when I redo the post… I did try to email you I’m sure, but not to worry. I have your email now anyway. Cheers and happy travels.

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