Um… guys.. I kinda helped race a sailboat in the Sydney Harbour… and our team won. I reckon it was a massive fluke because I’ve only got one week’s experience and … Continue Reading Sailing in Sydney Harbour
Have you ever been on a hike and you weren’t entirely convinced that you arrived exactly where you were supposed to? That kinda happened on a recent bush walk to … Continue Reading The Brigadoon of the Blue Mountains
So, for the past six months, I’ve been doing this hard-core high-intensity team training called F45. It’s pretty awesome. Seriously. It’s probably the best sort of exercise I’ve ever done … Continue Reading F45 Playoffs
This epic adventure started out feeling a little bit like a Survivor challenge. The newly appointed yellow bags, carabiners and helmets were placed in a circle and our guide which resembled … Continue Reading Abseiling back to the Jurassic Era!
If you’re in the Sydney area and are looking for a really unique challenging workout, the Cronulla sand dunes is pretty much your answer. A bunch of us from F45 … Continue Reading Cronulla Sand Dunes
It’s happening again! Taraustralis is heading to Perth to attend the European Space Agency’s #SocialSpaceWA event. 15 social media rockstars from around the world have been chosen to attend the inauguration … Continue Reading Taraustralis reports for the ESA!
Road trips are awesome. Hands down – no question about it! You can have super short ones that last a few hours and epic ones that last for months on … Continue Reading Big Roadtrippin’
What’s your most unique hostel experience? Was it sleeping six meters underground in the middle of the outback or, perhaps it was the time you stayed in a hostel in … Continue Reading How not to get murdered in a hostel
What a milestone! It’s been two years of awesome travel, so here’s some of the most popular highlights of the best memories from around the world! Super Scary Megafauna! – … Continue Reading Happy Birthday Taraustralis!
I’m not sure which came first – Disney World or Yosemite. They both are near mirrors of each other regarding showcasing what’s on offer and moving people around effectively. Disney … Continue Reading Welcome to Yosemite
Downpour, bushfire or sweltering hot days, the people of Sydney, Australia LOVE their markets. From The Rocks, to Paddington, Glebe and Rozelle – there are little independent markets showcasing talents … Continue Reading Sydney Markets
Sydney is one of those magical cities; it’s got the sunshine and surf close by and you’ll probably be able to find a fantastic cup of coffee anywhere that’s not … Continue Reading Cremorne Point Manor
Fish Rock Cave is one of those SCUBA dive locations you just gotta do and only a six hour drive from Sydney, you can easily get there in one weekend. … Continue Reading SCUBA, Sharks and Fish Rock Cave
Walking from North Sydney to the Inner West is a bit of a hike. It takes about an hour and a bit. But, the fun part is, you never know … Continue Reading giant psychopathic human eating clown
When I’m not out exploring this amazing world, I’m finding ways to pay for this expensive hobby of mine. Work: a disgusting four letter word that everyone seems to hate. … Continue Reading The dreaded commute.
The first time I traveled internationally was to London when I was twenty-one. Sure, I had previous traveling experiences with friends and family but this time I was alone and … Continue Reading Top tips for solo travel