Off the coast of Melbourne, Phillip Island

Connected to the Australian mainland by a single bridge, beaming with native wildlife and surfing beaches is Phillip Island. I’ve been so lucky to spend multiple weekends on the islands, out the way of Melbourne city (approximately one and a half hours from the city centre!) My first visit here was when I was very young and then I did…
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Surfs up in Lorne, Australia

Australia, the home to the world’s most stunning coastal landscapes. Now, to be here in the land down under and not take up one of there most famous hobbies, would have been an opportunity missed. So during February I found myself dragging a surf board down the beach into the blue waters in Lorne, surrounded by many other surfing newbies. …
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Paradise on Hamilton Island

These six months travelling and living in Australia, has allowed me to have an insight into a paradisal way of living. During peak season, with temperatures breaching 35 degrees, I found myself strolling along CatsEye beach on Hamilton Island. CatsEye beach is renowned for celebrity hideouts, white sands and exclusive accommodation. Feeling just a little inspired for the ‘work hard,…
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Australia: Daydream Island

Time to escape away with me to a island called Daydream. A place where kangaroos hop underneath your hammocks and onto the white sands of the Australian beaches. (Yes… this actually happens!) The island with one resort, one harbour, multiple beaches and countless wildlife. A place where lovers cove does exist, sharks and stingrays swim through saltwater lagoons and the…
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Four nights in Sydney, Australia

A fabulous four nights in Sydney entailed iconic locations, secret destinations and great company. If you haven’t been to Sydney or are thinking of looking now is definitely put the plans into action. Ryan and I located ourselves in the heart of the city in-between Darling Harbour and the famous Bondi Beach. I always find summing up my travels into…
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