The ability of planning ahead can be a live safer when it comes to traveling independently. Some situations and challenges however are impossible to predict, yet even more important to face accordingly.

Daintree NP and Cow Bay Rope Swings!

The second last stretch of the Great Australian Road Trip is our drive from Darwin to Cairns. This part is likely one of the least explored areas of whole Australia which is why I am very excited to share this article with you. I thought that some sections of the trip from Perth to Darwin […]

Freshies

The story of our Great Australia Road Trip continues. The following is a summary of the amazing section from Perth to Darwin, including the Kimberlys and the Gibb River Road. I am writing this from the front seat of a Nissan Patrol just shy of 200km outside of Darwin. We have been on the road […]

The view into WA

What is the most amazing way to travel from Adelaide to Perth? Let’s pack the car and continue the Australia Road Trip along the south coast heading west. It all began with a dream, a dream to embark on the ultimate Australia Road Trip around the whole continent. My dream was to buy a car […]

Best Job in the World

This title is looking a bit ambitious, but I think I’ve started something that I’ve always wanted to do: To travel around Australia by car. Putting the term onto the page has confirmed the ambition and begun the adventure of a lifetime. I have decided to (eventually) travel around Australia by car. So what better […]

The following are three different short stories, from three different friends, from three different parts of the world. Each have incredibly fond memories of their experience of living in Australia. There has been an outstanding amount of support for my Best Job in the World Writing and it is humbling to know how many internationals have […]

Since I have started the Best Job in the World in South Australia, the classic Canada vs Australia question comes up in every second conversation. Here is how (and where!) I first got to know Australian culture. Back In the Days in British Columbia When I was 18 years old I packed up a two […]