September 30, 2018

It's been a long journey following and filming these beautiful creatures along the East coast of Australia but I must say, this up close and personal experience in Tonga tops them all. 

It is for this reason I feel "Diving with Humpbacks" deserves the right to be on Find My Australia's page

* Tonga has a strict minimum guide line of 5m for approaching whales and a maximum of 4 divers + instruct...

March 15, 2018

We are excited to see our video footage of the Blue-ringed octopus has made it into one of the worlds most respected publications, National Geographic.

The highly venomous Blue-ringed octopus can be found in tide pools and coral reefs around Australia.

Despite their small size they are recognised as one of the world's most venomous marine animals and potentially fatal. Their bites are tiny and ofte...

September 24, 2017

Everybody loves to hug a Koala.

Mikkira Station, located just near the entrance to Lincoln National park in Sth Aust, is one of many places in Australia where you can get up close to these beautiful creatures in the wild.

One of the best surprises for me was to stumbling onto these Koalas virtually in my very own backyard.  

We spotted this mother and its joey in Heathcote National park south of Sydn...

September 22, 2017

Adrenaline starts pumping through my body the moment this massive creature appears from the deep blue waters and approaches the cage we are in.

That was when the "No1 on my bucket list"  turned into a reality and I came face to face with a Great White shark.

Seeing such an amazing creature up this close yet having the security of being in a cage, makes me...

September 19, 2017

Adventure Adventure Adventure +

From Kakadu to Arnhem Land from Litchfield Park to Katherine, truly an amazing part of Australia that will leave you in awe of its shear natural beauty and a feeling you have walked back thousands of years in time.

It's hard to believe I am in the same country when it was only a few weeks earlier that I was in water temperatures of around 10 degrees swimming...

August 8, 2017

Many fear these gentle giants of the ocean and instantly think of the terrible tragedy that happened to our very own Australian icon Steve Irwin.

My aim is to show you just how placid and friendly these Rays are and hopefully change your views on what I believe are a treasure of the seas.

For those who are a bit more adventurous I can recommend a few places where these giants frequent and in so...

July 6, 2017

Take a short 2.5 - 3 hr drive south of Sydney and you will arrive at one of my most favourite destinations in Australia.  

Teeming with native Australian wildlife,  Jervis Bay ticks all the boxes.

See kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, wombats, and many rare bird and animal species in the wild.

Scuba dive or snorkel the crystal clear waters around the bay or take a walk on the w...

May 10, 2017

Kayaking the crystal clear waters around Wagonga Inlet in Narooma is an experience you will remember for a long time. This waterway hosts an abundance of marine and sea life and is surrounded by some of Australia's most scenic country side.
Take a stroll along the popular boardwalk while listening to the sounds of Bellbirds and maybe catch a sight of one of local giant rays.

Australian and New Zeal...

April 22, 2017

If you are heading up to the top end of Australia then definitely put this one on your must see list.

Taking a guided cruise on the Famous Yellow Water Billabong is like going on your very own Australian Safari.

It has its element of danger, from the much feared salt water crocodile to its diverse wildlife and to its ever changing landscape.

Cruises depart from Cooinda, which is 55 kms from...

April 21, 2017

Golf just got a whole lot more interesting at St Georges Basin Country Club in Sanctuary Point. 
This beautiful 18 hole golf course hosts hundreds of Eastern Grey Kangaroos and a large variety of birdlife making a round of golf a whole lot more interesting.

The par 70 course considered easy by some, has so much going for it, from its beautifully maintained greens and fairways to its golfer fri...

December 9, 2016

Come on the journey with Adam Dansie and Greg Tannos as we make the trek from Woronora Dam along the scenic bushland of Heathcote National Park.
Join our adventure as we raft, swim and hike through some of these beautiful pockets of waterways that eventually flow in to the Woronora River. 

We started our journey approximately 1km from the dam at the pipeline trail. which runs for around 10km u...

May 9, 2016

I consider myself to be one of the lucky ones who has spent a great deal of time on and around the coastline of Sydney.

I have also spent many hours on my friends boat  OzeBlue which specialises in Offshore Reef/Sport fishing and Pleasure cruisingout from Port Hacking. There are 

Unfortunately I was not on board the day a pod of playful Humpback whales decided to come up close an...

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Having travelled and seen some amazing places overseas, I can honestly say Australia has so much more to offer, from our Great Barrier Reef to the vast Outback wilderness and its unique animal species

Come on a journey with me and share some of my experiences in this beautiful country of ours.

I hope "My Australia" will take you on a journey to see Australia  through my eyes.

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