The hottest place on earth is not somewhere you would think would be a must see on a USA road trip in summer, but a visit to Death Valley National Park in California is so extraordinary, it’s worth the stop. There are plenty of things to do in Death Valley in one day. Take a look.read more
Scandinavian Festival Brisbane 2018 What better way to spend a Sunday than finding your inner Viking at the Scandinavian Festival Brisbane on Sunday 9 September 2018. This free event is great fun for the whole family, bringing the best of Scandinavia to Brisbane. The...read more
Adelaide was recently voted as the world’s fifth most liveable city and was in the top five must-see regions in the world. Yes, IN THE WORLD! So it’s true that you really need to visit it. We swear that you won’t regret visiting Adelaide with kids. Here is your guide on what to see, do and stay in Adelaide.read more
See My City – Top 10 best things to do with kids in Toowoomba
If you are looking for some fresh mountain air, spectacular parks, vibrant street art, emerging foodie culture and events, then Toowoomba is well worth exploring.
When you think Canberra, plenty of things come to mind, especially politicians and government. But there is way more to this city than political hot air, and so much to do in Canberra for kids.read more
Travel insurance can be hard to navigate and understand, so we’ve laid out our top 15 tips on how to save money, and what you need to look for in a family travel insurance policy.read more
15 Best Zoos in Australia - state by state Australian zoos are some of the best in the world and play a key role in saving endangered animals, meaning they are a great place to learn and experience these animals like never before. From state to state, we...read more
A Fraser Coast family holiday can take you from the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef to Hervey Bay, Maryborough, and the iconic Fraser Island. The Fraser Coast provides the perfect combination of adventure, relaxation, beauty and fun.read more
5 reasons why it's easier to travel with boys Some would say it is too hard to travel with boys, so they try to avoid it at all costs. Boys are known for being loud, busy and boisterous which some would say is not a good combination when travelling. However we know...read more
Welcome to Travel with Boys, where we aim to give parents of boys the confidence, inspiration and resources to get out there and discover there is so much more to life than their to-do list. We are bringing the fun back into family trips, as we search for the best things to see, do, eat, stay and play around Australia and the world.
Thanks to the launch of our specially crafted guide and itinerary planner, MY GUIDE, you will be able to search, plan, save and book all your favourite attractions, food and accommodation in one place. The Gold Coast is the first destination to be rolled out and there are plenty more cities and regions to come as we make our way around Australia.
What’s so different about travelling with boys?
Well a lot of things really, especially when you bring a few of them along. Travel with boys is usually fast paced, noisy and not for the faint-hearted. Boys learn differently, communicate differently, and enjoy different things to their female counterparts. Boys often take bigger risks and love more action (cue the Band-aids and ER department), and need space to run and wrestle.
Don’t get us wrong, girls are going to love much of what we discover, but when we are searching for the best, then it’s only boys and their families we have in mind.
They’re only kids once, so let’s go make some memories!