It’s happening people! Both Moo and I have officially quit our jobs in preparation for a year abroad. That’s right, we’re packing up, selling up and heading west for, as we put it: “long as the money lasts” and we’re doing that with just 7kgs – carry-on luggage only. … More We Quit Our Jobs!
Welcome to Orange! Where you can sip the afternoon away, nibble on tantalising cuisine and even pick your own fruit for your own assembled cheese platter, everything but oranges as we soon discovered. … More 24 hours in Orange, Australia
The vineyards of the Barossa Valley is like a heart pumping blood to the body’s organs and setting off to the region felt like searching for sand at the beach. … More 24 hours in the Barossa Valley, South Australia
Welcome back! In case you missed it, last week was a detailed Part I of our time in South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula. This week I’ll pick up where we left off, on the peninsula’s pinky toe, Corny Point. … More Ultimate Guide to the Yorke Peninsula – Part 2
In an effort to see more of my own country, I imposed the challenge on myself five years ago. Since then it’s taken me to destinations I’d not normally would have traveled and I’m thrilled to state that I’ve now visited all states and territories in Australia. This year I made it to South Australia. … More Ultimate Guide to The Yorke Peninsula – Part 1
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.
If I may be so self indulgent, here’s a list of where I’ve been this year. Read on for my favourite destination visited in 2018. … More My year of travel, a 2018 recap!
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.
An age old debate. Sydney technically discovered first, Melbourne technically the capital for 30 years. Sydney has the harbour, Melbourne has the Yarra. Sydney has the beaches, Melbourne has the bay. I could wax poetic for pages! Let’s be honest, I should have aptly named this post: A tale of two cities. Initially I was … More Melbourne Vs. Sydney?
One of my favourite things about Australia has to be it’s expansive acreage. And for urban travelers and rugged explorers alike the reassuring quality about our footage, is that there is always somewhere to go for nice weather, no matter the month. From May – September most travelers based in Sydney and below (longitude-ly speaking) … More Top 5 things to do in Alice Springs, Australia