About Us

We understand that there is a whole lot of people out there who want to travel, explore the world and have all sorts of adventures. Some people believe they will have to wait until they are ready to retire and spend their kids inheritance to do all the things they want to do.

But we are here to share our adventures, and how you can do it yourself before you miss your opportunity!

Top of the sand blow – Rainbow Beach, Australia
Top of the sand blow – Rainbow Beach, Australia

Chris took the route that is common for young Australians. He finished school, went to university and backpacked for 3 years around Europe, Middle East, North Africa and Scandinavia. He visited 21 countries and worked numerous jobs such as bartender, dish hand, landscape gardener, labourer and camp site attendant to pay his way. He hitchhiked across Europe, caught trains and flew from one place to another. He even found some work labouring on a 90-foot sailing boat in Turkey and then got a free ride across the Mediterranean to Spain! He met lots of people, some of whom he still is in contact with today 25 years later.

Rach and Chris at the top of Story Bridge, Brisbane, Australia
At the Top of the Story Bridge Climb – Brisbane, Australia

Chris then returned to Australia where he set up family life, got a good 9 til 5 job, bought a house and raised children with his long term partner for almost 20 years. After the relationship ended Chris searched for ways that he could travel again and see all the places that he had missed on his first trip.

While he was doing that Rachael was doing her own searching.

Ferry – Sydney Harbour, Australia

Rachael did things very differently to Chris but still had a longing for long term travel. After school, Rachael and her partner had three children while in their early twenties. After completing a university degree while working full time and raising three children as a single parent in her early thirties, Rachael was able to take her children on an amazing trip to Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia. It was only just over three weeks, but the impact on the family was immediate and absolute. The children realised how blessed their lives were and made a commitment to travel further when given the opportunity.

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway – Cairns, Australia

For Rachael, the real change happened when on her first day back at work she was sitting in a very important policy meeting and her mind kept drifting; to not just the trip she had just been on, but what her journey would be in the future. All the business and corporate stuff she had worked towards for so long all seemed so unimportant, and it was in that meeting she decided she had to find a way to fulfill her wanderlust.

Scuba Trial Dive

It was another meeting only four weeks later that would change the lives of both Rachael and Chris. The night of their first meeting at a concert for the band called the Choir Boys. Afterwards they sat and talked for hours about their similar hopes for travel and how to achieve it. Within weeks Chris and Rachael decided this was a journey they wanted to take together and they set to work on how to achieve it.

Hot air ballooning – Gold Coast Hinterland, Australia

Within six weeks Rachael quit her job to start her own online business, and a couple months later Chris quit his job to help out.

What came next was one adventure after another while planning for the day they left Australia for long term travelling and exploring of the world.

After our first sky dive – Bribie Island, Australia

You can do it too! It may not be easy, and it’s not a quick process but it can be done! Follow our journey to find out how we did it, and how you can do it too!