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A Day at Salamanca Market, Hobart

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Hobart has a lot to offer visitors, but one of it’s best draw cards is Salamanca Market. Growing up in this quaint Tasmanian town, I spent many of my Saturday mornings wandering through the market with my family, buying birthday gifts for friends or showing an interstate visitor around Hobart’s waterfront. It’s easy to see Read more

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Amsterdam: A Photo Diary

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Amsterdam was a city of countless narrow streets and winding waterways. A picturesque collection of colours in the form of brickwork and floral details. We slept on a passenger ship, moored on the fringe of one of the larger canals. The bedroom was a little on the small side, but the novelty factor more than Read more

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The Snowy Mountains: photo diary

The Snowy Mountains: photo diaryfeatured

Well lucky ol’ me got to spend a few days down south, staying in Jindybyne and heading up into the Snowy Mountains. Good friends of ours have lived in town for just over a year and this was our second winter visit. I don’t think we would go if weren’t for them – going to Read more

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New Zealand: 6 top travel spots

New Zealand: 6 top travel spotsfeatured

I’ve visited New Zealand three times (an easy 3 hour flight from Sydney!) and travelled by campervan, bus, plane, and ferry around both of its unique islands. This diverse country is packed with a range of activities and cultural experiences, and has something to offer every type of traveller. It’s one of my absolute favourite Read more

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My Favourite Things: Melbourne VS Sydney Part 1

My Favourite Things: Melbourne VS Sydney Part 1featured

So over the past two years I have had the opportunity to live to two great Australian cites: Sydney and Melbourne, the traditional powerhouses of the colony! I have lived in both cities for a year each, and wanted to share where you can find some of my favourite things from each one. THE BEST Read more

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A local’s guide to Hobart

A local’s guide to Hobartfeatured

Hobart - That Tasmanian paradise you’ve heard about but never visited. I spent most of my life here and know it as well as the back of my hand! I recommend that you stay at least a week to get a good feel of the place. Here are some tips for a great visit to Hobart. Read more

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