Things to do in Busselton and Surrounds, WA

The Margaret River Region has long been a favourite holiday destination for West Australians.  The region extends from the southern town of Augusta up to the town of Busselton  – making it the closest point (a mere 225km or a 2½ hour drive) from the West Australian capital city Perth.  Therefore a great base for anyone driving […]


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What to Do in Bali with Kids 6

We’ve visited Bali as a family several times now.  Once to Bali with a toddler, then to Bali for a getaway, back for another Bali family holiday and then in 2016 for a Bali family vacation. Each time we have visited we have discovered all sorts of things to do in Bali with kids. We […]


Recapping 2016: My Year in Family Travel Blogging 8

As 2016 draws to a close I find it is time to reflect, rejoice and set goals for the forth coming year. In 2015 Toddlers on Tour had over 30 000 pageviews (twice that of the previous year).  My aim is always to continue to grow, phew I did 🙂  with 55000 page views in 2016 […]

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What You Need to Know about the Perth Santa’s Christmas Carnival 2

We’ve just enjoyed a wonderful day out at the Perth Santa’s Christmas Carnival.  Overall the event was well run with loads of kid friendly activities; but there were just a few things I wish I had known before we attended Santa’s Christmas Carnival at the Claremont Showgrounds. These are the tips and tricks I learned to […]


Christmas Gift Ideas for Kids Who Travel 10

Tis the season to be giving. But what presents are you going to buy the kid who travels or is about to embark on their first ever family holiday. Here are my top picks for Christmas gifts for the kid who travels. 7 Travel Gifts for Kids. When you travel with kids there are some […]

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Best Places to Visit in Belgium with Your Family

This is a Guest Post by Nicole Noel Belgium is the land of extraordinary medieval castles, urban legends, rich and exciting history, and an amazing cultural offer. Add festivals and theme parks, its legacy in comic art (it’s where Tin Tin and Smurfs were born!) and the fact it is home to some of the […]


Looking Forward to Santa’s Christmas Carnival in Perth 1

Gosh, in only a few short weeks it will be Christmas. To add to our family’s Christmas enthusiasm we have discovered Santa’s Christmas Carnival held in Perth at the Claremont Showgrounds on 11 December 2016.  Our tickets are ordered and once inside Santa’s Christmas Carnival all the rides and activities are included. What we expect to see and […]

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Mustering Up at the Perth Cow Parade. 16

We’ve arrived into Perth’s city centre in the search for cows. Not just any cows, but 40 fibreglass cows decorated by local artists and fashion designers.  These cows are now on display throughout the CBD, East Perth, West Perth and Northbridge until 11th December 2016. Cow Parades are not new phenomenon; New York, Paris and […]


What to Expect at Rottnest Carnivale 6

All the passengers on the Rottnest Fast Ferries breathe a sigh of relief as the deckhand passes through the cabin saying, we’ve made it – 2 minutes to go! It is mid Spring, yet 2016 has been an unseasonable wet and windy year.  Many of us who booked for Rottnest Carnivale months ago would have expected […]

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Key Factors for Travelling with Small Children in South Africa

This is a guest post by Alfred Stallion When you have a family, you are always eager to engage in new thrilling travelling adventures with them. The most exotic locations in the world seem to be a great choice if real adventure is what you are aiming to achieve. South Africa is the perfect land […]