Go Like a Local

Since my first plane flight as a child, I have always had the travel bug and travelled a lot.  I moved to Europe as an 18 year old and spent 6 years working and travelling around, seeing as much as I possibly could.

Today, with my writing and photography, I continue to love finding new places and with a young family, I am mostly focused on exploring Australia.  Many trips are part of my work, but I’m also finding more and more, rather than been given a detailed itinerary and guided where to go and what to do, I am tending towards arranging my own trips, based on finding unexplored locations and places I am passionate about discovering.

Moonlight Crag @ O’Reillys

This means that although I like a certain standard of travel, I am always searching out good deals, including airlines.  I was so pleasantly surprised to experience Tiger Air.  Whilst marketing themselves as a budget, low cost airline, I felt like this did not impact on their great level of service and have since had no hesitation considering them when arranging my travel bookings.

Queen Mary Falls

So when Tiger Air Announced their, “Go Like a Local” campaign, I was more than keen to jump on board and get involved.  Aimed at locals like you and I sharing our local favourite locations, and not the obvious tourist spots, but our hidden gems, off the beaten track.  This competition not only gets us talking about and sharing our favourite places, but one lucky entrant will also win a $250 Tiger Air Voucher to book their next adventure.

Wavebreak Island

All you need to do to win is share a photo of your favourite place on Instagram and tag #GoLikeALocal @tigerairaustralia and @julesingall. The most creative entry will be selected for the $250 prize.  Too easy.

The Panorama @ Tallai

These are some of my favourite places on the Gold Coast, a little off the beaten track and never too busy.  What are yours?  Can’t wait to see what people share!

Entries close Friday 22 February 2019 (note Australian residents 18+ only please)

For more information go to www.tigerair.com.au/go-local

One of the many graffiti laneways – this one at Burleigh
The Broadwater
Lamington National Park
Natural Bridge

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