Croc Free Waterfall Swims in the NT

The Top EndΒ is a truly beautiful part of Australia. Lush wet season forests, stunning waterfalls and incredible national parks all combine to make a part of Australia that is like no other.Β However, living in the tropics can have downsides. During the wet season, high heat and extreme humidity combine to make the Top End an […]

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Exploring Litchfield National Park

After cruising along the beautiful Adelaide River in search of some big crocodilians it was off to Litchfield National Park for some more exploring. First things first though, we had to fill our bellies. On the way to Litchfield there is a small bar/shop at the Banyan Tree Caravan Park. There isn’t anything truly exciting […]

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Jumping Crocodiles in Darwin

I made the move to Darwin late November 2015 and was pretty damn excited to explore more of my home country. The Top End of Australia has the lowest population density in the country, and is home to a vast array of stunning landscapes and scenery. From out of this world Uluru and the red […]

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#feelslikehome with the Qantas Instameet

Back in mid November in 2015 I had the opportunity to go along to one of several ‘instameets’ hosted by Qantas to celebrate their #feelslikehome campaign. The Adelaide leg of this week long journey around Australia was to explore what South Australia is famous for – wineries! Last week I showed you a few vineyards […]

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Exploring The Adelaide Hills

One of the most common questions I hear from my readers on this blog is “why is there no posts about Australia considering you are an Aussie?” Fair point. There will be many new posts about my life in Australia (when I am not giving my passport a workout) in 2016 and this is the […]

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