One stomach. Two days. All the latest and greatest eats. This article first appeared in Australian Traveller magazine in 2012.
I was so nervous upon hearing that Peter Garrett was confirmed to come by our offices for this interview – he and Ken have been great friends ever since Ken’s image was first featured on Midnight Oil’s iconic Diesel and Dust album. Having the two of them together was absolutely brilliant – they were both such … Continue reading
Your first ever kiss. Learning to be alone. We’ve all learnt a life lesson or three over a summer break; some as bittersweet as others magical. For the 2013 summer edition of Australian Traveller, I decided to interview a few prominent Australian personalities about the life lessons that had made their summers memorable.
In their last issue, marie claire Australia reported on the huge upward swing in Instagramming, and its sidekick trend – the very careful curation that takes place when we showcase our uploaded lives. (Guilty as charged.) As part of that article, they also featured the truth behind five ‘glamorous’ instagram accounts – including mine. Georgia Rickard, Editor of … Continue reading
Earlier this year I was privileged to have an absolutely magic conversation with Geraldine Doogue AO, for ABC Radio National. The woman is a journalism legend.
Last week, One&Only unveiled their latest property – the brand new One&Only Hayman Island, in Australia’s outrageously beautiful Whitsunday Islands. The property – which was always lovely – has truly benefited from the new partnership, and on behalf of Australian Traveller, I was fortunate enough to be granted world-first access.
This piece was first published in Australian Traveller magazine. Seeing her $5000-a-night penthouse firsthand – complete with private butler – really is something, let me tell you!
Mark my words: Mungo National Park is a truly extraordinary place. This piece was first published in Australian Traveller magazine, in February 2014. Here’s a surefire way to make millions: find a way to put the anti-ageing qualities of the sand at Mungo National Park into a skin cream. “My nan always said it was … Continue reading
Ever hear the one about God wanting to catch up with Man?
I initially wrote this for Women’s Health, back in 2010, for an article on ‘lessons learnt in travel’. They didn’t publish it – it wasn’t ‘travel’-related enough – though we talked about turning it into a different, bigger article later down the track. Then things got busy, and I never wrote the thing. But I … Continue reading