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The Melbourne Star

The Melbourne Star

This has been several years in the making. The Melbourne Star is now a major Melbourne tourist attraction. It didn’t get off to the best of starts, after developing micro-fractures during the heatwave of 2008 that required it to be torn down and rebuilt from...
24 Hours in Byron Bay

24 Hours in Byron Bay

In October 2015, I took a trip to north to the Gold Coast and Byron Bay. This is the second of two short films that I made while I was up there. Byron Bay has a reputation for being a little slice of heaven tucked away between Sydney and Brisbane. It attracts...
An evening on the Gold Coast

An evening on the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is Australia’s most populous non-capital city in Australia. It sits on the border of Queensland and New South Wales and epitomises a beach-going culture that Australia is so well known for. It is home to Australia’s major theme parks and...
Cape Woolamai

Cape Woolamai

Cape Woolamai is a good 2 hours drive from the Melbourne CBD, and is technically not in Melbourne, but just outside it. It’s a popular surfing beach, but it is also a spectacular location for landscape photography. At the tip of the cape are the Pinnacles...
Cape Schanck

Cape Schanck

Cape Schanck is about an hour and a half from the Melbourne CBD, and is easy to get to. The Cape has two main drawcards – its lighthouse, and perhaps more dramatic, Pulpit Rock. Pulpit Rock is an igenous monolith that stands off the edge of the coast. It is...
Sydney’s Vivid Festival 2014

Sydney’s Vivid Festival 2014

I had spent the two previous years having planned to attend this event, and then letting things fall through. In 2014, I decided to adopt the motto of the good people of Nike, and Just Do It! I booked myself onto a Qantas Airlines flight from Melbourne to Sydney and a...
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