Earlier this week I had the most amazing experience of seeing the aurora australis from an airplane window. The photos and videos went a bit viral, appearing online with Qantas, The Herald Sun, The Daily Telegraph, The West Australian, ABC Perth and ABC Hobart.Continue reading “Aurora Australis From A Plane”
There’s just something magical about seeing a flurry of vivid, silk kimonos breezing through the streets of Gion in Japan’s cultural capital, Kyoto.
The click-clack of wooden geta (sandals) on cobblestones and the tinkling bells from kanzashi (hair decorations) accompany the young women, the geishas of Kyoto, that are carrying on one of Japan’s most celebrated traditions.
In this article I’ll give all the tips on the best places to see geishas, including when, where and how to see them, along with a few etiquette rules regarding the geishas in Kyoto.Continue reading “Where To See Geishas in Kyoto”
Western Australia has a number of pink lakes, caused by a combination of high salinity and salt-loving algae that create that hot pink water. Pink lakes in WA are now starting to draw tourists in from all over the world and are a must-see on any WA road trip!
Let’s take a look at some of the more well-known WA pink lakes and I’ll let you know where you can find these bubblegum pink lakes in WA!Continue reading “Where To See Western Australia’s Pink Lakes”
A little video from my recent road trip through Western Australia’s wildflower country in the mid-west, just four hours north of Perth!Continue reading “Video: Western Australia’s Wildflower Country”
One of the greatest wildflower displays in the world happens each year in Western Australia. A wave of northerly blooms descends from June onwards, heading south as the weather warms into spring and early summer. There are lots of different regions to explore either by tour or self-drive roadtrip.
You can find over 12,500 species of flora, 60% which are unique to Western Australia, scattered over landscapes of red dirt, rocky outcrops, tall timber forests or sandy coastal dunes.Continue reading “West Australian Wildflower Road Trip”
Did you know there’s a place, just 60km south of Sydney where you can see glow worms! You don’t have to go to NZ! In fact, there are a number of places where you can see them on the east coast of Australia. The most convenient would have to be the Helensburgh Glow Worm Tunnel.Continue reading “Helensburgh Glow Worm Tunnel”
The south-west of Western Australia is a perfect road trip destination filled with world-class wineries, great beaches, forest giants and delicious foods.
Whether you’re a photographer trying to nail the perfect shot or just like sharing pretty places on social media, these spots in Western Australia’s south-west, will get the likes flooding in fast!Continue reading “20 Most Instagramable Places in Western Australia’s South West”