Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island and home to some of the most incredible wildlife and natural beauty, as well as a fascinating history.
It’s safe to say that swimming with whale sharks on the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia is one of the most surreal experiences of my life.
Fun fact: there are 8,222 Australian islands. From little to large, here are 5 which I believe are totally worth getting on a boat for.
There are countless hikes in the Blue Mountains. Some require a certain level of skill, and most require a decent level of fitness, because, well; steps.
There is so much to see and do in Tasmania. Being compact in size and filled with places to explore, it’s the perfect island for a road trip!
With over 2000km of tracks, there are heaps of walks in Tasmania. I’ve tried and tested over 1/3 of them from the 60 Great Short Walks list.
From waterfalls and lakes, to fairytale forests, button grass plains and amazing wildlife; Cradle Mountain is one of my favourite areas to walk in Tasmania.
Hiking the Three Capes Track takes you on a truly wild adventure across some of Tasmania’s most stunning wilderness and dramatic coastlines.