Have you been bitten by the travel bug? I have too!

Bitten by the Travel Bug was created for people who don’t fit neatly into a box when we travel. We are adventurers who seek culture, luxury, and adventure as we experience the world. We don’t follow travel trends, we create our own. For us, travel begins the moment we walk out the front door.

Bitten by the Travel Bug is the place to come if you’re seeking experiential cultural journeys, adventure travel and travelling in luxury.

Here you’ll find quality content. I won’t be sharing a new listicle every day, but rather search far and wide to give you quality content from my own research and experiences.
You’ll find a new content on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and every day on social media!


My Background

Originally from Adelaide, South Australia – known for our small big-city vibe, vineyards, and Kangaroo Island – I grew to love the rush and thrill of travelling to bigger cities in Australia and abroad with my family. During one of these journeys, I was firmly bitten by the travel bug and now, armed with my passport, camera, and red scarf, I’m ready to explore every inch of this fascinating world!

On the first day of university, the head of Journalism department stood in front of the first year students and told us that “to be a Journalist, you need to know how to do everything”. With a background in radio and television, I recognised that writing was my weakness.
It wasn’t til near the end of the first semester when researching for my first solo international trip that I discovered a local of honest, opinion-based travel writing, and none written for an Australian audience. That was when the idea for Bitten by the Travel Bug was born.

Today, Bitten by the Travel Bug is an establish travel blog with a mission to inspire and inform readers to travel to more places, more often.

Now at 26, I’m working in advertising, as a travel blogger, and freelance writer in Melbourne, Australia. I am fortunate that my work is somewhat flexible so that I am able to continue studying and pursuing work that I love, including stints working in television and radio.

I can’t wait to see where in the world I go next and hope you’ll share your journey with me.


PS: Be sure to stay in touch with me and share your travel stories, photos, and tips as well!

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial in NYC

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