Indigenous Tourism in Australia

I live in Peramangk country, the traditional land of the Peramangk people, just one of over 250 language groups of the first people of Australia. I have been privileged to have been part… Continue reading

Having a Shot List for Travel Photography

When planning a driving holiday in Australia, don’t forget to plan a ‘shot list’ of where and what you want to take photographs of. Even if you don’t publish photos and you’re just… Continue reading

A Change in the Seasons – Soon

Summer is meant to be over in Australia, but in South Australia at least we are getting one last blast of heat it seems. Not that I mind at all, the few chilly… Continue reading

Gardens of the Heart

Poetry by chance, one line at a time – is the very apt description given to a special project involving words, cloth and thread tucked away in a gallery space in the Adelaide… Continue reading

McLaren Vale Foodie Heaven

Hand in hand with the beautiful wines of the McLaren Vale region in South Australia goes the impressive food at restaurants and wineries throughout the area. You are spoilt for choice in the… Continue reading

The d’Arenburg Cube

Leave all of your sanity at the door people! Well that’s what the sign should say as you enter The d’Arenberg Cube at McLaren Vale. At the entranceway there is only the slightest… Continue reading

Swell Brewing Co.

Just like the unpredictable ocean you don’t quite know what’s in store for you at Swell Brewing Co. until you take the plunge and go inside. A massive grey shed with the Swell… Continue reading

Adelaide Fringe Street Art Explosion

It’s Adelaide Fringe time again, also known as Mad March for everyone living in Radelaide! This festival has been running for many years but seems to get bigger and reach further each year.… Continue reading