Geelong & Surf Coast Living magazine Summer 2017

Read Dance Hall Days dancehalldays

Folding back the tissue, pearlescent beadwork shimmers in the dimly-lit storeroom. The National Trust’s curatorial staff know they’ve uncovered something special; the superb artistry of a 1920s dancing dress. The idea for an exhibition that captures the spirit of an age is born.


Fern Millen Photography

Get Up & Go magazine Spring 2016

Read Dodging the Devil getupgospring2016

Tuscany’s Garfagnana Valley might be rich in history and high on beauty, but on a short drive from Lucca it’s the bridge said to have been built by the devil that intrigues.


Business Life magazine July 2016

Read Making Tracks

The Victorian Alps are the perfect place to switch off and clear your head away from the hectic office. Geelong Adventure Specialists will take your escapade to a whole new level.


Living Bliss Magazine 2016 / 2017 Edition

Read Only the Pier


Get Up & Go Magazine, Autumn 2016

Read Lorne by Mustang

The Great Ocean Road has never been groovier, as our writer discovers on a bohemian-inspired day-trip. Words: Kristie Hayden.


Geelong & Surf Coast Living magazine Spring 2015

Read Spring Around the Otways

From a surreal volcanic landscape to a Great Ocean getaway, spring is sure to inspire a minibreak in The Otways, as Kristie Hayden discovers.

Photo by: Gary Hunt courtesy of Otway Tourism

Photo by: Gary Hunt courtesy of Otway Tourism

Australian Traveller Online May 2015

Read Salamanca’s Historically Hip Small Bar Scene

Take a historic strip of Georgian sandstone warehouses on Hobart’s city fringe and flank with Plane trees and sparkling harbour. Add a vivacious arts community, a sprinkle of local corporate souls and a couple of old salts, all thirsty. The result? Hip bars. Grungy haunts. Live music. Kristie Hayden discovers a handful of watering holes along Hobart’s Salamanca Place.

Australian Traveller Online May 2015

Read The Artful Salamanca Place Shopping Guide

While the famous Salamanca Market attracts thousands of tourists each Saturday, every other day offers a more relaxed pace, allowing visitors to peruse every corner of the historic arts and crafts precinct. And, as Kristie Hayden discovers, it’s a thoroughly modern shopping experience contrasting beautifully with the preserved Georgian façade of Salamanca Place and the dark cloisters of renowned Salamanca Arts Centre.

Venture Travel Magazine Spring 2014