I have been working in travel for most of my working career. I travel every chance I get.
Australia as a destination offers so much for travellers to explore and enjoy in each region of Australia.
Australia offers exceptional nature experiences and pristine environments unmatched anywhere. Once is not enough to visit Australia as its size is not appreciated by many, the Australian being big enough to fit most Europe in our country.
If you enjoy wildlife, fine food and wine, rain forests outback or beach, reef or sophisticated city experiences Australia has something for every visitor.
I am based in Sydney and travelled in Australia extensively and have literally hundreds of experiences I can recommend for you.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I enjoy working with high end itineraries and incentive groups enabling them to visit everything Australia has to offer in comfort and luxury. I am a bit of a "foodie" and enjoy combining excellent food experiences with great unforgettable itineraries."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I began my career in the accounts department of a major travel organisation outside of Australia. During the early years in accounts I quickly realised that I was more interested in travel than accounting . I was fortunate to be able to travel extensively throughout the world and eventually travelled to Australia.
I fell in love with Australia travelling to most parts of the country and eventually I migrated here. In Australia I have worked in the inbound tourism industry form many years and enjoy showing people "my Australia". Some of my favourite parts of Australia include Uluru and Kangaroo Island."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I remember my first visit to Uluru and seeing the field of light, this spectacle in the Australian desert is one that has to be experienced first hand. Also whilst in Uluru we had dinner under the stars at the "Sounds of Silence" dinner a truly unique experience in the desert.
Kangaroo Island is rugged and beautiful, I loved seeing wildlife up close in its natural environment, seeing both Seals and Kangaroos on the beach one morning, nature on the doorstep of a five star resort ."
Featured trips & expertise
This trip to Australia starts in Melbourne with city exploration, a scenic drive along Great Ocean Road, and a visit to the penguins of Phillip Island. Head to the center of the country to explore Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, with sunrise hikes through the national park, stargazing tours, and the Field of Light art exhibit. End your trip in Sydney where you'll cruise the harbor, tour historic neighborhoods, visit nearby beaches, and explore the Blue Mountains.
Spend a week in three of Australia’s eventful regions—Sydney, Uluru, and Cairns. Go sightseeing in Sydney, from The Rocks to Bondi Beach, then adventure through the stunning Blue Mountains region. Next, get a taste of The Outback in Uluru, where spectacular colors change from sunrise to sunset over Ayers Rock. Then, travel to Cairns to experience the world-famous Great Barrier Reef, along with an exciting journey across the Kuranda Scenic Railway.
Five days is a quick trip to Australia—you'll want to embark on a regional adventure to make the most of your time. A tour of Sydney offers stops at all the popular landmarks and a day trip to the Blue Mountains. Or, explore Far North Queensland, including the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. You can even journey deep into the Outback of Uluru, through Ayers Rock and Alice Springs. Learn more in our itinerary picks below.
This two-week journey through the Australian Outback weaves through 10 destinations. The adventure kicks off in Adelaide, and then ventures to Port Augusta, with stunning waterside lookouts. Next, head to the mining town of Coober Pedy, followed by a tour through Uluru, home of Ayers Rock. Discover the vast Kings Canyon on a day trip, then do some sightseeing in Alice Springs. The final leg of the adventure runs through Tennant Creek, Katherine, Kakadu National Park, and Darwin.
Cover the highlights on this 10-day tour that perfectly combines urban exploration with outdoor excursions starting in the cultural capital of Melbourne—a great jumping-off point to explore nearby Phillip Island and the Great Ocean Road. Venture into the "Red Center" to visit the iconic Ayers Rock before flying out to tropical Cairns to cuddle with a koala and snorkel the Great Barrier Reef. End your stay with a Sydney city tour and a day trip to Blue Mountains National Park.
On this five-day, self-drive trip, explore the coastal capital city of Melbourne and then hit the open road. One of Victoria's most scenic drives, Great Ocean Road provides plenty of exciting pit stops—explore the surfing town of Bells Beach, discover the waterfalls of Lorne, zipline through the Otway Ranges, and visit The Twelve Apostles rock formations. On the way back to Melbourne, do some sightseeing in Ballarat, known for its Gold Rush heritage and indigenous art.