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Mountains

Dandenong Ranges

The Dandenong Ranges are a group of rolling hills less than an hour's drive from Melbourne City, filled with lush greenery, beautiful gardens and scenic lookouts. We found the perfect, self-pampering retreat in a countryside cottage in the valley town of Olinda. Couldn't have ended...

Yarra Valley

After the past few days of coastal walks and mountain hikes, Yarra Valley was the perfect place to simply chill and indulge our taste buds, with its plentiful wineries and local produce farms. It's a scenic drive through the rolling vineyards and you can simply...

Grampians National Park

The Grampians National Park is a stunning range of mountains in Victoria, just 3hrs' drive from either Port Campbell or Melbourne City. The park offers many bushwalking trails that pass through varying terrains of canyons, waterfalls and peaks; some with gorgeous sunsets overlooking the mountains...

Blue fires at Ijen Crater

Each day, hundreds of sulphur miners brave the toxic sulphuric fumes and steep descent down into Ijen Crater to carry solid sulphur off the mountain. They carry about 80-90kg worth of sulphur a trip (max twice a day) which can fetch RP700/kg. That makes up...

Mount Bromo

Mount Bromo's vast stretch of black volcanic sand is a desolate landscape that's totally out of this world. When you finally scale its summit to stand on the crater rim, the view dramatically changes with each turn - a sea of clouds ahead with the undulating hills...