Before I visited South Australia I didn't know much about it. Whilst most backpackers choose the well-trodden path of the East Coast for their first trip, or maybe visit Melbourne and explore the Great Ocean Road, or even fly out to Alice Springs to...

Port Lincoln- where danger is just under the surface, just when you think it’s safe to enter the water after tempting fate with the notorious Great White Shark, look out here comes something most people are accustomed to finding on shelves in Woollies in a...

It seems that there's only two places to swim with the scariest thing in the ocean without dying, one of them being South Africa, and the other being Port Lincoln in Australia.  I had the opportunity to go swimming with the ultimate predator of...

After getting rather inebriated in the Barossa Wine Valley we drove Geoff the van up from Adelaide to Port Augusta and down to Cowell, where we stopped at Turners Oyster farm to taste some oysters. The Eyre Peninsula is famous for its great sea food-...

The Barossa Wine Valley is South Australia's main wine making region and if there's one thing you can do here it's drink. The Valley is a cute town with vineyards from a variety of labels and big names, think Jacob's Creek, Penfolds, Seppeltsfield and Wolf...

One of the most beautiful places I have been without a doubt in Australia is Kangaroo Island. Whilst I had fun in the Whitsundays and on Fraser Island, the less well-known Kangaroo Island had a much more rugged, picturesque, back-to-nature feel. Powder white sandy beaches,...

Port Elliot is a beach resort on the Flerieu Peninsula just about an hour south of Adelaide and a great place to escape the city and enjoy the ocean. It's a small, sleepy town with a couple of shops, pubs and a bakery but the...

Trent & I made the mission to Glenelg, known as the Bondi of Adelaide, and spotted some wild dolphins with Temptation sailing. We hopped aboard the sailing boat and donned our wetsuits to swim with the happy sea creatures up close. Every time the crew...