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October 4, 2017

“Why South Aus? It’s the middle of winter, surely you’d go East chasing the warmth.”

For a second I thought yeah why the hell are we going to South Aus? In the end we did know nothing about it. All I new is that I had lived in Adelaide for a year or so when I was just a bub. So can’t say that counts.

It’s like the underdog of Australian States & Territories, but that’s why we chose it. We had one week of uni hols free, so we decided to borrow my grandpa’s old work van, leave the Eastern suburbs of Melbs for a while and head South.

What we discovered was some pretty gorgeous places. Bright green rolling hills, deserted beaches (thank-you winter), rugged coastlines & coloured lakes.

Head below to see for yourself. I’ve made sure to mention each spot in the caption in case you want to make your way down South any time soon.

Love Court x

P.S I had some of my main images published over at Summersite with a bit of a story to go with so you can also check that owwwwt here. (BUT below you get a much more intimate version of the trip! 😉 )

Images starring my girl Ruby Ryan @rubyr111


September 27, 2017

Wondering where we’ve been? Same. Among uni and work that has been taking up the majority of or time, I (Mia) recently went on a trip to Thailand WOO! Here’s a quick look at the two weeks my BF Rob and I spent in the land of smiles. And yes! I bought a DRONE baby. For anyone wondering – it’s a DJI Spark, and it’s wonderful! Hopefully will have a lot more content for your eyes once the weather gets warmer. ENJOY xxx



FILM: 6 months, in 5 minutes

August 14, 2017

I have finally got around to sharing this video on the blog! So I decided to collate all the little travel snippets I took with my Nikon AW1 whilst backpacking last year. If anything I hope it inspires you to just get out there and push aside the narrow-minded opinions we have of other countries that so often impact our travel plans, or lack of.

We began in tropical Indo for one month, making our way to the gorgeously diverse Sri Lanka for another month. We then moved through the calm South of India working our way to the crazy North,  finally crossing the border to Nepal where we trekked past the once-in-a-lifetime-views of the Annapurna Circuit.

Make sure to click HD for the best qual !

Music: Taro – Alt J

PHOTO SERIES: The Real Bali – Sam Collins

March 28, 2017

Being regular Bali-goers ourselves, when young photographer Sam Collins’ photo series popped up in our inbox, we knew we had to share it! Sam has captured the side of Bali that often gets lost in the seas of tourist bars, massage parlours and Bintangs (the local Bali brew), giving you a refreshing glimpse of the balinese locals – bursting with the warmth and cheekiness they are known and loved for.

PHOTO SERIES: Youth of The Philippines – Sean Dwyer

February 27, 2017

“I was recently in the Philippines shooting a campaign for Monsta Surf and I ended up shooting heaps of portraits of the locals. We were on an Island that got destroyed by Super Typhoon Yolanda three years ago (one of the worst storm’s ever recorded). I didn’t plan on shooting the portraits before the trip, it just kind of happened naturally along the way. Cool people. Cool place. Check it out if you get the chance!” – Sean Dwyer

PHOTO SERIES: Philippine Dream – Jamie Farnell

February 7, 2017

One minute you’re floating through the calm glassy waters of Bacuit Archipelago, the next you’re on an overcrowded bus battling torrential rain and hurricane winds well over 100km per hour. That’s the fun of travelling through the Philippines during typhoon season!” – Jamie Farnell

You’ve been to Bali, you’ve been to Phuket, but have you been to The Philippines?

This photo series makes us realise why The Philippines is such an up and comer in terms of S.E Asian holiday destinations, and also makes us realise we’re fools for not having been! On his film camera, photographer Jamie Farnell captures a dreamy side to The Philippines that seems perfectly lost in time.

Get ready to drop a few hunj on flights to Manilla after you’ve finished scrolling.

To have a geeze at more of Jamie’s photos, head to