Tasmania is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. It’s almost like going back in time, with acres of untouched wilderness and old colonial towns full of history, intrigue and, sometimes, sadness. What I was not expecting when I visited Tasmania earlier in the year, was to explore the most mind-blowing, over-stimulating and sensational modern arts museums in the world. Read More
I know it’s girly, but swimming with dolphins has always been a bucket list item I’ve wanted to tick of my bucket list, and I FINALLY got to do it when I was in Adelaide last year. My only regret is that I didn’t have my own GoPro to capture any underwater photos.
I have wanted to visit Tasmania for a really, really long time. I follow Tasmania on Instagram and have fallen in love with the un-touched scenery. Instagram just made Tasmania seem like every outdoor lovers dream. So when I got the opportunity to visit a friend in Hobart for a week I jumped at the chance. But the question remained, would the real thing stack up to Instagram? Read More
It’s summer here in the land down under, and things are really heating up. The sun’s out along with the flies, and the mercury is rising. So I think it’s time for a seasonal bucket list to get you inspired for the sweltering months ahead of us, and if you live in the northern hemisphere, maybe it will just fill you with a longing for long summer days and travel to the great southern land. Read More
The drive to Cradle Mountain from Hobart was a hell of a lot longer than I thought it was going to be. It was also the windiest, most curvy road I’ve ever driven on, which made me regret not bring travel sickness medication. I was also hella nervous since sometimes it would rain or lightly snow, and I was plagued by visions of sliding to my death over the edge of a cliff due to black ice.
Over the four day Easter break, I jumped in the car with my crazy friend, and we hit the road bound for Kings Canyon. I know Uluru gets most of the attention, but Kings Canyon really is one of the most scenic, peaceful and magical places in the Red Centre. And if it’s not on your bucket-list, then it definitely should be. Read More