How travel can help bring reconciliation to Australia’s first people.

I have a favour to ask. I’d like to make a call to action – for all Australians. I have a simple task I urge you to consider. That is, to travel the land down under.
Often we are too quick to fly abroad for our vacations, whether it be; to relax, to indulge or be conversant with a new culture. … More How travel can help bring reconciliation to Australia’s first people.

How to nail a weekend away, in Melbourne

I adore escaping Sydney from time to time. Our reasons for wanting to escape consisted of: needing to eat consistently good food and even better wine, we craved the peace of not being within a five kilometer radius of a construction site and now this – an abundance of free parking spaces – a sight we didn’t think we’d enjoy so much. … More How to nail a weekend away, in Melbourne

How to save the Great Barrier Reef with Kate O’Callaghan, an interview.

Welcome to the Green Series Part 3. If you’ve missed the previous weeks, fear not! Part 1, and Part 2 are waiting for you. For the past few weeks I’ve been addressing the impact tourism plays on our environment. This week I’ve roped in Kate O’Callaghan from the Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef to … More How to save the Great Barrier Reef with Kate O’Callaghan, an interview.

What is Greenwashing in Tourism? Green Series Part 1.

Welcome and get excited, this is the first of eight posts on responsible tourism. What you can expect from the ‘Green Series’ is detailed information on greenwashing, tips to choose a genuine hotel/tour operator or agent, recommended products to use while traveling, how to travel responsibly and some pretty interesting interviews with leading figures in … More What is Greenwashing in Tourism? Green Series Part 1.