Thanks so much for dropping by the Frugal Female Abroad! My name is Beth and I’ll be your host.
As the name suggests, I love travelling and I try and take affordable trips that anyone can emulate. My favourite types of adventures are very active ones. I love walking around and exploring new places, including hiking and bushwalking. I also love seeing things, learning things and experiencing new cultures and food.
If that sounds like you too, then you’ve come to the right place!
I hope you stick around for a while and read some of the travel stories and insights that are posted here.
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Amy woke up on Sunday and really wanted to go bowling. So of course we took the kids to the Australian Museum instead. We’re cool parents like that. We drove into Sydney and parked in the Domain car park, which in itself isn’t anything to blog about, except there is this massively long travelator that is…
We hook the camper trailer up and this time we are heading north to Forster, on the mid-north coast of NSW. It is absolutely pouring with rain as we leave Sydney, which doesn’t bode well for a camping holiday. We have booked three nights away and we are staying at the BIG4 Great Lakes at…
Camping in NSW is fantastic. Our first camping trip with the camper trailer see us go to Burralow Creek campground. This campground is in the Kurrajong/Bilpin area, north-west of Sydney. Background to the trip Camping is not something I’d ever done a lot of when I was growing up. We decided to purchase a camper…
A snap decision saw us taking a day trip from Sydney to Canberra, along with my sister and her family. If you’re looking for things to do in Canberra with kids, here are a couple of ideas if you have one day there. There are so many tourist attraction in Canberra. So if you really…