Winter Fun in Queenstown – SunGod Revolts Ski Goggles Review

Last year I got my hands on a pair of SunGod Custom Renegades and have been pretty stoked with the quality, durability and overall look of the glasses. SunGod have coined the sunnies as ‘adventure proof’ and it’s safe to say I’ve tried my best to put these to the test. Check out the link … Continue reading Winter Fun in Queenstown – SunGod Revolts Ski Goggles Review

Seven reasons why New Zealand was made for road trips

I recently took to the road in a Wilderness motorhome and explored the Coromandel and Bay of Plenty regions in New Zealand’s north-east corner. For the most part this region felt very much undiscovered - the roads were empty and beaches were quiet. If you love nature, then this is one New Zealand coastline to … Continue reading Seven reasons why New Zealand was made for road trips

An Instagram journey through Rotorua

How to make the most out of an action-packed weekend in Rotorua I recently spent a long weekend in Rotorua and was completely blown away by the beauty of the region. Despite it being packed full of potential, it still feels somewhat undiscovered - which is a really great attribute about the destination. There's plenty of … Continue reading An Instagram journey through Rotorua

Tree Camping with Tentsile

Connected to nature and suspended from earth Living in the south island of New Zealand, with such incredible landscapes, we've been waiting for a chance to get out into our own backyard and really search for an opportunity to connect with nature. There's a real sense of freedom that comes with camping that takes us … Continue reading Tree Camping with Tentsile

Adventure Review: Flyboarding in Queenstown

Over summer, we headed down to the sunny lakefront to meet the team at Flyboard Queenstown. They had an awesome new product launching and we we're keen to check it out. While they are famous for having the most unique adventure activity in Queenstown, it was time to add a jet-pack to their hydro flight mix. You're able … Continue reading Adventure Review: Flyboarding in Queenstown

Who says you can’t hit a ski-field in summer?

Mountain Carting - Cardrona's newest summer adventure The Cardrona Alpine Resort is a great playground over winter, with a higher altitude it is blessed with fantastic snowfall and views. Although you’d naturally imagine this landscape to be blanketed in snow, it transforms into the perfect place to get out and play over the summer months too! Whatever … Continue reading Who says you can’t hit a ski-field in summer?

Adventure Review: Jetboating and Funyakking through Paradise (literally)

A brilliant and unique experience through Paradise, New Zealand We've spent a fair bit of time in the Glenorchy/Paradise region because it's an easy to reach part of our own backyard. On this occasion, we decided to delve a bit deeper and combine taking in the scenery with a taste of adrenaline. It's pretty well known that … Continue reading Adventure Review: Jetboating and Funyakking through Paradise (literally)

Adventure Review: Hot Air Ballooning in Queenstown NZ

An elevated perspective of Queenstown Most people like a good sleep in beyond 4.30am, right? So getting out the house before the sun comes up is something you wanna do for good reason. Well, not only was ballooning over Queenstown one of the best reasons to rise before the sun came up, but more than … Continue reading Adventure Review: Hot Air Ballooning in Queenstown NZ

Photo blog: A winter road trip to Mount Cook

My favourite time to visit the Mount Cook region is over the winter months (June-Aug). I always try and time my trips just after a big snowfall as the drive becomes even more spectacular as it's transformed into a winter wonderland. Just 3 hours from Queenstown (or a little longer if you're like me and … Continue reading Photo blog: A winter road trip to Mount Cook

Horse Riding through fields of lupins

Each Decemeber, the fields near Queenstown and Glenorchy come to life with the most amazing colours - purple, pink and white lupins begin to bloom and despite being considered a weed here in New Zealand, in many other countries they are a protected species. This is my favourite time of year to visit Glenorchy and … Continue reading Horse Riding through fields of lupins