It’s about 2.30pm on a Monday afternoon and Hosier Lane, a graffitied alley off Melbourne’s Flinders Street, is alive.
At the end of my second day on the Overland Track I wrote in my notebook: “It’s the littlest moments that make this so amazing.”
The lavender fields at Bridestowe Estate are a stunning sight. But they aren’t the biggest attraction here.
For almost 20 years I’ve dreamed of walking the Overland Track through the Tasmanian Wilderness. It’s finally happening.
Introducing Birdsville – a quirky outback town full of history and humour.
It has all the makings of an incredible story: money, sex and death. The origins of the Museum of Old and New Art is the stuff of legends.
Cradle Mountain is the most recognisable sight in Tasmania. But viewing this icon from 6000 feet? This is Cradle Mountain as I’ve never seen it.
When I gatecrashed my parent’s holiday and they told me we’d be heading north to Cape York, I didn’t realise I’d be retracing my dad’s road trip 32 years earlier.
I love my home state of Tasmania (so does Lonely Planet), but I’m not shy in saying the tourist experience could be improved.
The fossils collected at Riversleigh tell countless stories. The discoveries have provided answers to questions researchers had stopped asking and also created some mysteries.