My final week in the land of the long white cloud…
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My third week was spent primarily hiking the Routeburn + Caples Tracks, during which I did A LOT OF THINKING. Like the most thinking I have probably ever done in my life and that is saying something, because I am one of the deepest and widest thinkers that you’ll ever meet…so for week 3, come on into my crazy mind…
The highlight of my second week in New Zealand was hiking the Kepler Track.
A photo a day for my first week (14-20 October 2018) in Queenstown and some musings xxx
It’s so easy to get wound up in this busy, modern world. Through photography, I’ve learnt to slow down…I’ve learnt to find big impact in the little things.
What can you do + see in 72 hours? A LOT! Here's what I got to over 3 days in Christchurch, New Zealand spanning art, culture, beaches, walks, sightseeing and coffee.
Find out which hikes I did in Mount Cook and Mount Aspiring National Parks and which ones I’ll be coming back for
One beautiful Saturday afternoon, I joined a group of 10 photographers, the digital marketing team of NSW National Parks & Wildlife and 2 Park Rangers for the Lockley's Pylon hike in the Blue Mountains.
I have a love affair with this mountain town, that only grows in strength and complexity with each stay.
Every time I am here, it is like coming home.
So here are my recommendations for Queenstown xx
Thredbo is NOT just a wintertime destination. Thank you to Pure Chalet for hosting my baby sister and I.
New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries to road trip through. Here’s what a 4 day road trip through the Nelson Tasman region looks like…
Heading to the top of the South Island in New Zealand? Here’s what to do around Nelson, Golden Bay and Abel Tasman National Park.
This is what I played with at Jimmys Beach over the weekend of my 28th birthday. There's enough going on here to have you constantly on the move but it's also so picturesque that you can't help but stop to breathe it all in...
Thank you to North Coast Holiday Parks for hosting me, for forgiving my turning up to a powered site reservation with no tent and for putting me up in a cute beach cabin that faced the paperbarks and was just mere steps from the sand...
A weekend to explore Bouddi National Park. We camped at Tallow Beach and hiked the Flannel Flower walking track, Box Head track and the Bouddi Coastal Walk. Such a beautiful corner of the world.
New South Wales’ mid-north coast and the Great Lakes region is rife with idyllic beaches and bays to explore. I spent 4 nights solo road tripping and camping my way through it.