Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to e-scootering from Mountain Creek to Point Cartwright Lighthouse on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. Point Cartwright is renowned for its scenic beauty and landmark lighthouse. The current reinforced concrete pentagonal tower, measuring 32.4 metres in height, was opened in 1979, replacing earlier lighthouses that had been guiding ships into Moreton Bay since 1896. It was just a beautiful day for e-scootering!Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – We recently attended the Caloundra Music Festival 2021 on Sunday, 3 October 2021 held at the beautiful beachside location of Kings Beach Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. What a delight to see live music after so long! We’ve spent the last 2 years in and out of lockdown in Melbourne and on the Sunshine Coast and have missed our usual visits to festivals and seeing live artists. We were so excited and also so impressed with the way the festival was run.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Last Sunday, we went to Carlo Sandblow on the Rainbow Beach, Queensland, Australia. Meander through eucalypt forest and rainforest to reach Carlo Sandblow, part of the huge accumulation of windblown sand known as the Cooloola sandmass. As you cross the sandblow, marvel at this dynamic landscape, where wind is transforming a forest and burying everything in its wake with sand.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – We had a magical Noosa sunset at Noosa River and Noosa Main Beach. The sunset was so gorgeous. The light all around us turned an exquisite golden peach. The Noosa Main Beach around us glowed orange. The sky began to turn on a magical gradient, from reds to pinks to purples to blues with a hint of green. Noosa River and Noosa Main Beach are our favourite spots to catch a magical Noosa sunset on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Last term, we learned Australian slang words and phrases at Tafe Queensland. There are lots of Australian slang words that we should learn when we live in Australia. Whether we’re here for work and holiday, this list of 1001 Australian slang words and phrases will help us understand the Aussies like a local.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Looking for the best things to do on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland? the northern coast and hinterland region of the Sunshine Coast is a bounty of world-class local produce, award-winning dining options, spectacular landscapes and sacred Aboriginal sites. So much to see as the locals see, so much to do as the locals do. Activities and attraction abound across the Sunshine Coast. And you can discover them all. Do your next trip justice; here are 50 best things to do on the Sunshine Coast.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – This beautiful circuit around Mountain Creek, one of the most amazing places we have ever seen in Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. There’s not a better way to start the week than riding e-bike, e-scooter, and enjoying nature.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – Last weekend, we woke up early at 8am and so we went to Yandina Market. A great chance as always to stock up on yummy local produce! Next we went for a spontaneous climb up Mount Ninderry, a pleasant climb following a stepped track to a large plateau with two viewing platforms. One covers the west, overlooking Yandina and the Blackall Range, the other is to the east overlooking Mt Coolum and Yandina Creek. The Mt Ninderry Bushland Conservation Reserve covers approx. 150 hectares, while its peak, Mt Ninderry, is 304 meters above sea level.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – The other day we went to the Moreton Bay for e-scootering on Moreton Bay Cycleway, a favourites foreshore bike paths in southeast Queensland, Australia. Stretching 11 km (22 km return) uninterrupted by crossings or lights, this e-scootering track from Scarborough Beach to the Ted Smout Memorial Bridge.Continue Reading
Thetraveljunkie.org – This is a non-package program. Discuss with me to decide the course duration, schedule, and materials to meet your needs. You can include field trips and/or outdoor courses as well. Immerse yourself in Indonesian language communication in your preferred activities!
Suggested: >60 hours – By 60 hours you can expect to complete one level. You can adjust the course duration to your need. Not needed levels for this program.
Basic conversation: 60 hours (estimated course duration needed)
Fluency in daily conversation: 120 hours (estimated course duration needed)
Ability to communicate in general situation and specific topics for work: 180-240 hours (estimated course duration needed)
Thetraveljunkie.org – Over the past few years, the popularity of e-bikes and e-scooters has continued to soar in Queensland. In Queensland, e-scooters are only allowed on footpaths where they can travel up to 25kph. Queensland is the only state or territory where a rider can travel at speeds above 10kph on a footpath. Federal and state regulations have struggled to keep up with the new technology.Continue Reading