Category: Destinations

Quinkans

The world’s oldest art galleries

The Aboriginal people of Australia they are the artists behind the world’s oldest galleries. The Quinkan Galleries are some of the best examples of Indigenous rock art in the country.

York Island

Standing at The Tip

Australia is one huge country – which makes standing at The Tip, the northernmost point of the continent, an awe-inspiring experience.

Where the rainforest meets the reef

Cape Tribulation: A Coastal Paradise

Cape Tribulation is the meeting point for two world heritage areas – The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. And yes it’s as spectacular as it sounds.

Daintree

Life along the Daintree River

The Daintree River is an interesting place – one minute you’re walking on a gravel road passing cattle and horses, the next you’re collecting coconuts and watching for crocodiles.

The Nut

A trip down memory lane

No matter how long I’m gone for, the North-West Coast of Tasmania will always be home. When I visited the region after three years overseas I spent a day driving to some of my favourite spots.

Stairs in Krusevo

Kruševo: A town of surprises

“Everyone goes to Bitola but no one goes to Kruševo,” complained the guy behind the hostel reception desk. “I’ll go. Where is it?”

Boats at Franklin

Returning home to #rediscovertasmania

I love Tasmania and it will always be home, even if I didn’t set foot in the state for three years. But after so long away, I’m looking at my home state with fresh eyes.

Surfers at Mona Vale

The side of Sydney you NEED to see

For a long time I didn’t enjoy Sydney. That changed when I discovered the Northern Beaches, a stretch of beautiful, quiet, beaches, great coffee and a relaxed lifestyle.

Revolver

My favourite cafes in Vancouver

Vancouver is home to some great cafes – if you know where to look. With a chain outlet on nearly every corner, finding somewhere with a bit of character can be tough. But it’s worth it.