Zane Denmen Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk Chef

Zane Denmen, Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk Chef: Ten Questions

The Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk is one of those special Australian experiences that has been high on my travel wish list for a while now. Being able to walk for days along such an iconic part of Australia’s coastline is already a great idea before you add in the fact that you get to spendRead More

Red Nomad Oz travel blogger

Marion Halliday AKA Red Nomad Oz: Ten Questions

I first came across my fellow redheaded Aussie travel blogger Marion Halliday, who’s best known as Red Nomad Oz, through the magic of social media. When I first spotted her on twitter I smiled at the name, and went to check out her blog RedzAustralia. And I’m so glad that I did. That’s when IRead More

Q Station Manly

Ghost Tours and a Sleepless Night in one of Australia’s Most Haunted Locations

Some things seem like a good idea in the light of day. Such as spending a night in an award winning hotel in one of Australia’s most haunted locations after doing a ghost tour. ‘What fun!’ I thought to myself as I arranged my stay. ‘I’ve always wanted to do the ghost tours at QRead More

Kakadu Sunset image courtesy Gagudju Dreaming

Kakadu Dreaming: Tours and Accommodation with the Traditional Owners of the land

 … This post is brought to you by Gagudju Dreaming … As an Australian and a travel lover I have been lucky enough to see a lot of our beautiful country, and yet I am also guilty of grabbing my passport and heading overseas when I still have so many incredible places to visit hereRead More

Richard Tindale, owner Jamala Wildlife Lodge and Canberra National Zoo and Aquarium

Richard Tindale, Owner Jamala Wildlife Lodge: Ten Questions

Canberra businessman Richard Tindale and his wife Maureen have always loved Africa and animals, and have a particular soft spot for big cats. So when the chance came to buy what was little more than a rundown aquarium in 1998 and transform it into a zoo with a focus on animal conservation they embraced theRead More

City views from Langham Melbourne, Image courtesy of Langham Melbourne

Ring Them Bells at The Langham Melbourne

Every evening at 7.05pm a special tram bell rings in Melbourne. It is no longer attached to a mode of transport, nor does have any relation to the Victorian capital’s peak hour traffic. Instead this bell is taking part in a worldwide tradition, marking the Change of Day in Langham Hotels. While five past sevenRead More

Vivid Sydney, image courtesy of Vivid

Winter Festivals Around Australia Worth Coming out of Hibernation For

… This content has been created as part of my involvement in Microsoft’s #WorkWonders Program … When the temperatures drop it’s tempting to curl up on the couch with a good box set. Okay, very tempting. But there’s no need to let the winter blues get to you when there are so many great eventsRead More

Tiger at Jamala Wildlife Lodge luxury bungalow in Canberra

Sleeping With Lions and Tigers and Bears (oh my!) at Canberra’s Jamala Wildlife Lodge

If you want to go from sleepy to extremely alert in a heartbeat I can recommend having a lion roar directly into your face. And I can highly recommend having a piece of strong glass between you when it happens. Allow me to set the scene. When my alarm goes off at 6am in myRead More

Catherine Walker, X-Wing Tours, Brisbane

Catherine Walker, X-Wing Tours Brisbane: Ten Questions

As an Arrested Development fan I loved the idea of getting my Gob on and zipping around on a Segway, hopefully avoiding any Lucille Two moments while I was at it. On a recent trip to Brisbane I finally had the chance, but rather than stepping up onto one of the original Segways my firstRead More

Taking a tour of Uluru on a Harley Davidson Heritage Softail

Harley Davidson Tours of Uluru

There’s a moment when you first see Uluru up close and you realise there’s so much more to the rock than you really understood before. It’s one thing to see pictures and to have people tell you how incredibly beautiful and spiritual it is, but it’s another thing to see and feel that for yourself.Read More