Sometimes you visit somewhere and you can't help but go back again and again.
In 1985 I went to Wyndham in WA's far north to run a residential youth training program called Westrek. Needless to say that as a 24 year old that loved the outdoors I felt like I had won lotto.
In the years I lived "up north" I established a horse trekking and hiking business with two mates and then I established the state's first crocodile farm.
After I came back to Perth to live I knew it wouldn't be long before I was back. So every year I go to Diggers Rest Station owned by my friends Roderick and Alida Woodland, and help with the horse trekking.
Most recently I have bought into the cattle operations with Roderick and get to muster and work cattle, something I love.
Also my partner, Rachel and I have started On The Verandah, a unique tourism business where we run creative adventures like photography, art, cooking, songwriting and women's only groups. These are all based at Diggers Rest Station.
The latest pursuit is the sale of feature stone - all hand picked for people who want a small taste of the East Kimberley on their fireplace or feature wall.
All of these projects involve a place I love and people I love to be with.