Bringing you awesome tips, ideas and inspiration around travel, surf culture, adventure, hostels, van-packing and more from our amazing team of contributors.
COMING SOON - amazing video content from our newest contributor to the Bells' line-up Cedric Luciani. Standby for hostel tours, meet the crew vids and the best of Torquay and Great Ocean Road *drool*
OUR TEAM OF CONTRIBUTORS
CONTENT WRITER, GRAPHIC DESIGNER, SOCIAL MEDIA GURU
Court is a Freelance Creative from Mornington Peninsula, Australia.
For many years now Court has worked for travel companies large and small; working with them to develop their brands and create meaningful content for the travelers.
In these last years she has worked in UK & EU, however has since returned to the Surf Coast to work more with Australian tourism companies.
When she isn't digging up the latest, she can be found teaching abroad in European summer; courses in travel writing and photography for Wanderlust City Projects.
Her top tip for travelling is to say yes to every opportunity and to write in a journal every day to create more meaningful travel.
PHOTOGRAPHER & VIDEOGRAPHER
Nick is an award-winning photographer and designer from the beautiful, lush landscapes of Wilsons Promontory, the southernmost tip of mainland Australia. With his trained eye and keen sense of curiosity, Nick’s specialty lies in the commercial shooting of fashion, portraiture and architectural photography.
This Creative is new to travelling, and just recently joined the BBB team as Content Creator for the Torquay hostel. He also works as such for Wanderlust City Projects based in Melbourne.
His top travel tip for everyone who wants to get out more is to find someone you’re comfortable with who can take you out of your comfort zone.
WRITER AND PODCAST PRODUCER
Rachel Wagner is a freelance producer who writes about the good things in life - travel, culture, creativity and how to tread lightly on our Earth along the way.
She previously flexed her creative muscles as a Podcast Producer for the Mamamia Women’s Network before she gave up the desk life to travel the world. Over the past three years Rachel has found her home in Melbourne, Scotland, England, Mount Buller and the Bellarine Peninsula. And now? Torquay baby!
Her top travel tip is not to be afraid of exploring a new place alone. You’ll be amazed at how many locals and other travellers you meet along the way, plus you’ll never have to say no to a spur of the moment adventure.
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