I'm a Melbourne-based writer specialising in lifestyle, travel, food and wine.
You can find my work in Escape, Traveller, MindFood Magazine, The Saturday Paper, Travel + Indulgence, Jetstar Magazine, Jetstar Asia Magazine, Virgin Australia Magazine, Mercedes Me, Epicure, goodfood.com.au, RoyalAuto, Horizons, Bentley Magazine, Domain, M Magazine, Sunday Life, Spectrum and many more.
See below for links to my latest stories and a small selection of my work published over the past 10 years.
Journeying fast doesn't mean missing out - and these train rides prove it.
It's all about the journey, not the destination, when you travel with a friend who likes to chat.
How learning a new skill overseas gets you closer to living like a local.
It would be challenging to find a more theatrical hotel arrival. First there is the boat trip to Ischia across the azure waters of the Gulf of Naples. Then, a 10-minute ride from the port on a small bus through the island's narrow cobblestone streets.
As I sit here writing this at my desk in Melbourne, my passport is stuck at Auckland Airport Police Station...
Roma StarBike's Ancient Appian Way e-bike tour takes in a large part of the famous road, ancient monuments, and some of Rome's most beautiful parks and gardens.
Meet the rescue dogs offering the Victorian Alps' wildest rides.
Do you travel with your next meal always on your mind? Me too. Here's my guide to the best places for a fabulous food-focused holiday in Australia.
From ancient middens to award-winning estuaries, oysters are the jewels in the Sapphire Coast’s crown.
Soho House Mumbai is the newest property for the Soho House group, which owns 23 private clubs across the UK, Europe, North America and now, India.
It's not just the runways where the best Paris fashion can be found. Parisians have their own shopping secret - the city's treasure trove of vintage stores.
Forget the shopping centre model, this beautiful new airport puts traveller comfort at the centre of its design
So you want a coveted front row seat at the hottest show in town? Here's all the info you need to score tickets to world's most in demand events
A street photographer is determined to give Mumbai’s Art Deco treasures their due
Beautiful, laid back and uncrowded, Thailand’s north-west offers a serene alternative to the beach and party scene.
More than just a place to read, libraries offer some of the world's most beautiful and innovative architecture.
A walking tour of Mumbai's UNESCO World Heritage listed Art Deco precinct
Make a bike trip part of your next Victorian holiday with five of the most picturesque pedal-powered destinations
From the World Heritage Listed sites to the Whawha beer, Zimbabwe offers rich rewards to adventurous travellers
Laid-back luxury and wellness? How to combine the two on a Bali escape
From beachside paths to bush sanctuaries, explore these five easy-to-ride urban bike trails
The night sky reveals another, fascinating side to Uluru's ancient culture
Tesla Model X 100D road trip
From roller rinks to roller disco, roller skating is enjoying a radical revival
The inspirational Australian entrepreneur shares her thoughts on staying grounded, making the hard decisions and why we need more women in business.
In conversation with the woman behind Sydney's acclaimed White Rabbit Gallery
Experience a little bit of Milan in Melbourne
Fifteen years after Sex and the City first appeared on HBO, the love for the iconic TV show and its costumes is as fervent as ever.
Magic happens when designers collaborate with dancers
Hike your way to the Italian flavours of the high country
What other pet will keep you company and feed you at the same time?
FOOD & WINE
Our favourite Italians share their passata making secrets
Insider tips from Australia's best bakers
An island in the South Pacific is enjoying the sweet smell of success with an aromatic crop
Meet the growers supplying the growing desire for Victorian truffles
A mighty river, local growers and great food combine to make Mildura a must-see city
Where to find the ingredients to recreate your favourite Indian foods at home
Backyard booze or fine tipple? Grappa's no longer the rough heart starter of old
Post-war Italian and Greek migrants helped transform Melbourne's coffee and cafe culture
The Italians influencing how we eat in Melbourne