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There’s nothing more Aussie than throwing a few bags into the back of the car and hitting the open road. Whether you’re heading to the coast or the country, taking a road trip is one of the best ways to see our country. With kids in tow, it’s more about jamming everything you own and …

By Monica McInnes With overseas travel more affordable and accessible for families, it’s easy to daydream about your next adventure. But if the very thought of a long-haul flight leaves you weak at the knees, make your imaginary holiday a reality with these nine top tips for surviving any overseas flight with your rugrats. 1. …

3. Little notesI like to hide little notes in my kid’s lunchboxes and under their pillows for while I’m away. Even if it simply says “Have a great day – Love Mum or Dad”, it’s another way to let them know that they are always in your thoughts despite your hectic schedule. 4. Cherish the …

By Sophia Auld While I’m no juggler, my days are spent trying to keep a lot of balls in the air. Like many women, I have a husband, kids, a career, and a home to keep in some semblance of order. Taking a holiday alone or with a friend is invaluable for helping me to …

By Mim Jenkinson I knew that becoming a parent was going to mean big changes. Sleepless nights. Early starts. Not much quiet time. And *shudder*, a big change to how we holidayed. It would be goodbye to sun, sea and sangria and hello to camping and kids’ clubs. For years, I’d enjoyed world travel; from …

By Mim JenkinsonWe’ve all seen that family at the holiday resort we’re staying at. You know, the exhausted looking couple with what looks like a whole class of kids running around them. Shouting, squabbling, crying. And that’s just the parents. So how do you plan a holiday with three or more kids without the drama? …

By Mim Jenkinson If you’re anything like me, even if your kids are fairly good sleepers at home, the thought of a hotel stay brings an element of fear. Will their usual sleeping habits go out the window? Will we all end up like sleep deprived zombies during our holiday bliss? Being partial to travelling …

Found travel harder since the ankle-biters came along? Help is at hand, these five travel hacks will have you smooth sailing in no time. Hack # 1 – Utilise technologyWith the number of family-friendly apps available, it’s never been easier to have the power of tech in your hands on-the- go. Whether it is jamming …

There’s something pretty special about seeing the world through the eyes of kids. 9 year old Vanessa filmed her family holiday on the NSW Central Coast. Watch the video and enjoy the simplicity of her kids eye view! Watch the video now ▼

Relive the simple pleasures of holidays as a kid through the eyes of 11 year old, Ted Treseder! We sent him and his family on a holiday to Canberra and tasked him with capturing his favourite moments. Watch the video now ▼