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Byron Bay Camping & Disposals. Credit: Supplied

Support Local: Byron Bay Camping & Disposals

There’s something about Byron Bay that makes people fall in love. Just one visit is often all it takes to have you dreaming of relocating your life to this most easterly tourist mecca. Not everyone follows through with...

The Heart of Voh. Credit: Surgar Photographie / Supplied

Around the World in Eight Virtual Tours

Phileas Fogg may have travelled around the world in eighty days in the Jules Verne’s classic novel, but you can do it a lot quicker thanks to virtual reality. Until the day comes when we can once again take to the skies...

A loggerhead turtle at Julian Rocks. Credit: Simone Caprodossi

Support Local: Sundive Byron Bay

It’s one of Australia’s most popular destinations, yet there’s a hidden side to Byron Bay many don’t know exists. Just 2.5 kilometres offshore lies Julian Rocks, a spectacular dive site where the temperate and...

How To Do The Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk

Byron Bay is more than just a tourist mecca, it’s also my home. I’ve spent more than half my life living in and around the shire, strolling its rainbow-filled streets and regularly kicking back at the top park with a...

Rendezvous. Credit: David Meany / Memphis Tourism

Where to Find the Best BBQ in Memphis

Growing up in Australia I developed a love of barbequing from a young age – our climate is tailor made for spending time in the outdoors. I honestly can’t remember a family event that didn’t revolve around...

A dhow boat on the Zambezi. Source: Jenman Safaris

Why Slow Travel is the Right Way to Travel

Annual leave is a precious commodity few of us like to waste. More valuable than gold or silver, it’s an opportunity to escape the grind and give our minds and bodies a rest. Whether it’s locally or overseas, most of us...

Chris Ashton

We're Chris Ashton and Simon Ceglinski, two Aussie travellers with a love of exploration and adventure, and the odd bit of luxury thrown in. We seek out street art, street food, and scuba diving wherever we go, and prefer the road less travelled over well-worn tourist paths.