My passion for travel began at a young age. From working summers abroad in Europe and learning new languages, I knew that I wanted to experience as much of the world as I could.
I first visited Australia for a month, with the idea that this would be my once-in-a-lifetime holiday. However, this only ignited a desire to see even more of the country as it is such a diverse place and I had fallen completely in love with the wildlife, the people and the food.
That one month quickly turned into two years, most of which was spent living in the tropics of Far North Queensland right next to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.
Now that I have returned home, it’s a dream to share my passion for the country with others as my job.
I'll never forget when…
In our busy lives with rarely a second to stop and appreciate our surroundings, seeing the sun rise over Uluru was a serene moment of calm and contemplation. To be able to sit and enjoy the silence and the beauty of the sky changing before my eyes was a real privilege. From the viewpoint, I got panoramic views of Kata Tjuta and Uluru and felt like I was witnessing the entire world waking up, with birds, geckos and even a goanna making an appearance. It really is the best way to start the day.