Slow Travel Oceania

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Traveling in Oceania has been a dream come true for us. Living in Germany, countries like Australia and New Zealand have always seemed so far away.

Having the opportunity to explore these amazing countries, learning more about the lives of the Aussies and the Kiwis, seeing wildlife that we never have imagined, and seeing and traveling through incredible landscapes have been unforgettable!

If you are forced to decide on one country or the other, we might not be able to help you in making that decision! But perhaps our stories and tips from both countries will help you out.

Have fun reading, and let us know- if you must choose one of them, where would you travel?

New Zealand

Beautiful Rarawa Beach, Oceania
Beautiful Rarawa Beach, Oceania

We traveled throughout New Zealand for three months. We extensively covered both the North and South Islands and saw as much as possible while playing all the True Links Golf Courses.

Our Slow Travel in New Zealand took us to many of the beautiful little corners of this incredible land, where we met fantastic Kiwis, and where we were constantly amazed by nature. Without conditions, we absolutely fell in love with this country!

North Island:

Three months in New Zealand

What not to miss in Auckland

Our highlights from Northland

Life in a Camper

Our Route from Auckland to Wellington

Lorna and Graham

Quick Recipes for the Camper

South Island:

Our JUCY Milford Sound Experience

The Abel Tasman National Park

Home away from Home

The best campgrounds on the South Island

Kaikoura and Whale Watching


Sweet Koala in Oceania
Sweet Koala in Oceania

It has been now a little bit over a year since we first arrived in Australia. We have not been able to travel much of the time as the world came to a stop, making everyone wish that we all could cross 2020 out of our lives. Our plan of traveling for 7 months in Australia has been extended to well over two years. During this time we had unforgettable experiences, and we would like to take you Down Under with us. Where everything is upside down, the smallest animal can kill you, and people are as caring as we’ve ever experienced before.

Our Lockdown in Jervis Bay

The Hinterland of New South Wales

Our Sightseeing in Sydney

Best Things to do on the Bellarine Peninsula

Jirrahlinga Koala and Wildlife Sanctuary

Wilsons Promontory – A beautiful National Park

The Silo Art Trail

The Grampians National Park

The Solar Whisper Tour

From Townsville to Mt Isa

Two glorious days on Magnetic Island

Porcupine Gorge National Park

10 Highlights in Winton

Whale Watching in Hervey Bay

Our favorite Campgrounds in Queensland

The Great Barrier Reef

The Kings Canyon

Coober Pedy the Opal Capital of the World

Highlights of the Limestone Coast

Taryn from Lets Get Lost Taryn from Lets Get Lost 

Best Things to do in Hobart

Campgrounds in Tasmania

Best things to do on Bruny Island

Puttering around the World wishes to acknowledge and pay respect to the Australian Aboriginal Peoples as the traditional and original owners, and continuing custodians of this beautiful land.

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