Photo diary of an afternoon spent soaking in the golden sun exploring one of Australia's most breathtaking natural landscapes. This World Heritage-listed area is must-see when staying in Sydney, the Blue Mountains are located only 2 hours outside of the city and are accessible by train.Read More
Nestled in the lush hinterland of Byron Shire is a place where the natural world is sacred & celebrated. 5 acres of private botanical gardens dotted in statues, giant crystals, and subtropical rainforest nestled in the lush hinterland of Byron Shire lies the Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens.Read More
Meet James Mckenzie, the patriarch of one of the pioneering families that settled in the Tweed Valley in the late 1800's. For over 6 generations, the Mckenzies have owned and managed over 500 acres of mountain covered in subtropical rainforest & eucalyptus nestled in the immense caldera of an extinct shield volcano - the largest in the Southern Hemisphere.
You may not have heard of Agnes Water & 1770, these twin coastal towns are sometimes left off of the list of places you must visit as you make your way along Australia's east coast - perhaps that is one of the reasons that make this area is so special. Situated in Central Queensland, this region is known as the Discovery Coast - marking Captain Cook's first contact with the state. Agnes Water is also home to the most northerly surf beach on the east coast - a beautiful place to get your fill of surf before the start of the reef.