From perfect beaches to the dry red center, from the bright lights of Sydney and Melbourne to the remote outback, from the Great Barrier Reef to kangaroos and koalas, Australia is a land of contrast. After 18 months and 35,000 kilometers on the road around almost the entire country I was deeply in love with it and I hope that this page will help you discovering the best of this fantastic land!


What comes to your mind when you think about Australia? Sydney, kangaroos and surfing? You’ll find on this page a lot of information that you’re probably not aware  of about the country, as well as a description of the unique freedom of van life and a list of the top 100 things you need to do in Australia.


The East Coast is the most popular part of Australia and with natural treasures such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands or the Daintree Rainforest it’s easy to understand why! From Cairns to Byron Bay, you’ll find all the necessary tips that you need to plan a future road trip along the coast of Queensland on this page.


With the two biggest cities (Sydney and Melbourne) and the capital (Canberra), the South-East of Australia is the most populated area of the country, but not the less interesting! From the cultural life of Melbourne to the gorgeous Blue Mountains, from the Sydney Opera House to Tasmania, there’s so much to discover.


If you’re seeking for solitude and if the crowds of tourists on the East Coast scare you, the West Coast and the Red Centre will be perfect for you. With its huge and empty plains of red dust, this part of Australia looks exactly like most people picture the country. And there’s the iconic Uluru