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    Faraway Domes

    If you're up for a drive, then set your compass to north-western NSW, just 4 1/2 hours from Brisbane to Warialda, Place of Wild Honey, to a farm called Willunga. With a population of only 1300 people, Warialda is a nature lover's playground. But it's what's on 9,000 acres that had me heading to this rural country town. Two generations of the Munsie family have called Willunga home since 1897. Starting as Merino sheep farmers, then later, they introduced beef. But with the worst drought in history hitting the farm hard in 2018 and with the catch cry diversify or die in the bush, the Munsies chose to diversify. If you've…

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    Van Diemen’s land, no longer the sleepy hollow

    Van Diemen’s land, no longer the sleepy hollow or the forgotten state that fell off the end of Australia, Tasmania, she may be small, but she is mighty. It’s like a slap in the face you need to wake up, and I’m not referring to the cold air, although, that’s pretty fresh, Tassie is awake with history, culture, festivals and picturesque landscape and she’s ready to let you discover, explore and immerse yourself in her richness. You’ll find yourself bunny hopping around this small island as there are an abundance of magnificent scenery everywhere you look. You’ll want to stop to see every crevice, every cove, and every corner from…

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    Escape to Toms Cap

    With so much white noise as a daily intake into our minds, I needed a place to escape, somewhere quiet, tranquil, and serein.  Somewhere where all you can hear is the chirping of birds, the leaves rustling through the surrounding trees, the frogs calling from the ponds.  Somewhere where you can breathe in and exhale without a care in the world. No car horns, no hustle or bustle, no phone calls,… no service! Yes, it does exist and I found it. Last year I had the pleasure of interviewing Jarrod Woodgate, you may know him from Sophie Monks Season of The Bachelorette, he made it all the way to the…

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    From Paris to Provence

    When you hear the word Paris you instantly think of love, and why wouldn’t you, it’s known as the city of love, last year, 23 million people arrived into Paris to either find love, fall in love, to receive epic proposals or to rekindle love, so what it about Paris that send us all mushy and loved up?  I had to find out, so off I went to find out what all the fuss was about. Paris in Summer is magnifique. The warm European sun and long summer nights make for a great holiday to escape the winter of Australia.  There is something about the history of France and the…