Family Style Finds

by on July 31
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Baby brolga at Serendip Sanctuary

At the end of each month I’d like to share the interesting bits I found on the web.  These are some of the things that caught my eye over the last few weeks.

Flying with kids on budget airlines

Flying with kids can be tricky at the best of times.  Add budget airlines to that, with their stripped down service, stringent travel requirements and (at times) crazy delays, and there’s a whole new set of challenges to deal with.  The always organised Planning Queen shared her experiences of taking her young kids to Sydney, by herself, on a budget airline.  As usual her advice is golden.

Learning on family vacation

I’ve been mulling over a post on this very topic for a few weeks now.  It’s something close to my heart and one of the reasons I love to travel with our kids so much.

Ngilgi cave

This image from Science at Home caught my eye, as we’ve not long returned from the Buchan Caves in Victoria.  Deb has managed to capture a great range of formations in this image and gives a good explanation of what they all are.

How to have a completely peaceful car ride with three small kids

This post from Simple Mom certainly isn’t what I expected when I read the headline.  Nonetheless, it is great advice and something that I should try to practice more often.

The new 7 wonders of nature

The New7Wonders of Nature campaign is in its final stages.  After an initial pool of 440 possibles, 28 candidates are vying for a spot in the New 7 Wonders of Nature.  Uluru and The Great Barrier Reef are in the final group.  So forget about Julia and Tony for a while and give these two natural wonders of Australia your vote.

Enjoy!

Happy travels,

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2 Responses to “Family Style Finds”
  1. Thanks for such a lovely write up and including me in your round up. Some super posts to read here.

  2. Marian says:

    We went to Ngilgi Cave last Jan. We decided to do the Ancient River Bed tour which was fantastic. Our tour guide Tod was very informative and managed the many questions with ease that our children kept asking. He advised us where to step and how to manoeuvre our way through the tour. It was the best…

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