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Kate Webster

Kate Webster is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself, but the world around her. This has inspired Kate to translate those moments and share them through her storytelling. An adventurer at heart with a curious spirit to explore, her work as a travel journalist has taken her to the edges of the Earth, which she captures in her words and photography. A dedicated David Attenborough and Jane Goodall fan, Kate has delved into the world of wildlife and conservation travel to bring awareness.

Overview: Bundaberg

Bundaberg region is a place where the beach meets the Great Barrier Reef and where turtles call home. You will find that your plates are always filled with abundant local produce and the rum is always world-class. It has a dash of country town with a sophistication of a thriving metropolis. While most travellers would normally drive past the region on their way to...

Free Spirit Pods Bruny Island

Home to some of Tasmania’s most beautifully preserved natural environments with abundant wildlife and stunning cliff top views, Bruny Island is about 50 km long. It appears to be two islands with North and South Bruny joined by a narrow strip of land called The Neck. To access Bruny Island, drive around a 35-min south of Hobart before taking a 20-min...

Hotel Review The Star Grand Gold Coast

Located in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast in the buzzing entertainment precinct of The Star Casino Gold Coast complex, The Star Grand Hotel is a destination in itself. With its luxurious accommodation and spa, iconic bars, restaurants and entertainment precincts, alongside the thrills of a world-class casino, The Star Gold Coast is Australia’s five-star fun-parlour...

Restaurant Review Uncle Su

Uncle Su at The Star Gold Coast – Photo Credit – Kate Webster Uncle Su invites you to enjoy the freshest live seafood, hand-made lunchtime yum cha and a delicious blend of Cantonese style favourites with a selection of signature Beijing and Szechuan dishes. Relax in the lounge bar, gather around a table or take a seat at the kitchen counter and be...

4 ways to explore Tangalooma Wrecks

The Tangalooma Wrecks are located on Moreton Island’s west side and are made up of 15 vessels that were deliberately sunk to create a safe anchorage spot for recreational boat owners and a unique wreck dive and snorkel site. They sit protruding from the water and down to a depth of 12 metres, making them a prime site for snorkelling and diving. The Wrecks provide...

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. Photo Credit – Kate Webster Located on Queensland’s Gold Coast, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world. With a mission to treat, rehabilitate and release Australian wildlife, many of these patients would have struggled to survive without the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and its incredible...

Corinna Wilderness Experience

Travel to the North-West corner of Tasmania and you will find the Corinna Wilderness Experience. Tucked away in the Tarkine Wilderness, Corinna is more than just a lodge stay, it is a wilderness experience like no other. Here you will disconnect from the outside world and connect with nature Corinna lies north of Strahan and west of Cradle Mountain on the west coast...

Tangalooma Island Resort: where wild dolphins play

Feeding a dolphin in the wild is an amazing experience that is not easy to find, yet off the coast of Queensland, there is an island where the dolphins come in for a tasty fish treat and you get to feed it to them. Moreton Island is the world’s third-largest sand island and is located a short 75-minute ferry ride from Queensland’s capital city of Brisbane. You...

Overview: Vanuatu

Composed of 83 spectacular islands, the archipelago of Vanuatu features an authentic and unique blend of breathtaking landscapes, rich culture and friendly locals. After just a short plane ride from Australia, travellers can explore everything the destination has to offer – from untouched nature and exciting adventure to barefoot luxury and tropical beaches. Vanuatu...

A must visit spot on the Overlanders Way

The town of Mckinlay, population currently 14 people. Photo: Kate Webster In the Shire of Mckinlay you will find the quaint town of Julia Creek. If you are driving the Overlanders Way, you will pass through this tiny town and most travellers will use it as a rest stop on their journey. What it is lacking in size, it makes up for in the atmosphere. Before settling...