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Closer to Home – Port Macquarie Photography Locations

A Guide to Port Macquarie Photo Spots + Scenic Locations They say the further you go the more you’ll find but you know what…sometimes there’s also beauty lying right in front of your own...

Visual Hotel Review: Reefsleep Experience, Great Barrier Reef

Sleeping under the stars on Hardy Reef in the Whitsundays There has always been something special about waking up to the sound of the ocean. The gentle lapping of waves and soft whistle of...

A Guide to Photogenic Landscapes + Locations in the Whitsundays

In the calm waters of the Coral Sea, a collection of 74 Whitsunday islands await visitors with their fish filled waters, snorkelling hot spots and lush coves aplenty ready for sailors to float on...

The Sydney Opera House – Australia’s Striking Icon

In Photos: The Sydney Opera House Appearing like a ship floating on the harbour, the Sydney Opera House is a photogenic marvel. With structured, shell-like sails forming a skyline that’s unlike anywhere else in...

A Guide to Tropical North Queensland Photography Experiences

Rainforest to Reef – Experience the natural beauty of Queensland, Australia with this guide to the most photogenic outdoor experiences you can have from the Atherton Tablelands to Cape Tribulation. Growing up in Australia, there...

The Great Barrier Reef – Photographing Above and Below

Cairns, Australia Every shade of blue from teal to navy appeared beneath me as we flew over the Great Barrier Reef east of Cairns in Queensland, Australia. As one of the world’s natural wonders,...

Top 10 Places to Photograph Sunset

Where are the best Places to Photograph Sunset? As the day comes to and end and the sky erupts into a palette of pinks, oranges and reds you want to be in the right...

Swimming with Whales on Australia’s Sunshine Coast

Imagine floating in the middle of the ocean when a gentle giant swims in the deep blue beneath… Your first reaction is probably pretty spot on; it’s both terrifying, exciting and magical. It’s a...

Whitehaven Beach – Photographing Australia’s Natural Wonder

Whitehaven Beach = The Most Photogenic Beach in Australia From the air Whitehaven Beach is like an abstract painting. It’s sandy swirls, teal water and carved channels twist and turn like Picasso’s paint brush....

How to Prepare for an Adventure Photography Hike

How to Prepare for an Adventure Photography Hike Photographing incredible landscapes and scenic vistas is sometimes only possible by getting amongst the elements and having a little adventure. If you’re all about finding the...

Why I Still Call Australia Home in 20 Landscape Photos

Australian landscapes are one of a kind… “I’ve been to cities that never close down From New York to Rio and old London town But no matter how far or how wide I roam...

The 12 Best Places to Photograph Around the World: Travel Bloggers Reveal

It’s no secret the world is rich in enough beautiful destinations to keep even the most intrepid location scouter happy for a lifetime of photo adventures. From tropical islands to desert plains, bustling cities...

Noosa Festival of Surfing: Surf Dogs

The coastal Queensland haven of Noosa is known for it’s luxe crowd, surf spots and national parks…that was until the surfing dog spectacular hit town! I usually feature landscapes and destinations on The Wandering...

Photographing aerials of The Great Barrier Reef

Listed as one of the natural wonders of the world, The Great Barrier Reef is one big collection of sparkling gems sitting in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland, Australia. It’s a...

Australia Day – Our story of citizenship

Eight years ago I met a French man in Dublin, Ireland. This is the story that brings us to today, Australia Day… It’s a story common to a lot of Australians who take a...

How to Take Better Beach Photos

It’s summer here in Australia and I’ve found myself at the beach every single day. Whether it’s to walk the dog, take a morning swim or photograph a beautiful sunset I find it so...

Top 15 Destinations of 2014

Travel is a funny thing. It’s addictive, exciting, insightful, exhausting, empowering and one of the best things you can experience in a lifetime. Having the opportunity to see another part of the world opens...

The Twelve Apostles – Behind the lens

Growing up in Australia there have always been a few special places I’ve wanted to visit but somehow I ended up on the other side of the world instead. The Great Ocean Road sat...
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