Take it from Sally, travel opens your heart, broadens your mind, and fills your life with stories to tell.
A natural-born adventurer, Sally has loved seeing new places and being immersed in the outdoors since she was a child. From a young age, her dream was to travel the world. When the opportunity presented itself, she made her foray into the travel industry at just fifteen years old, moving from the sunny town of Noosa to bustling Sydney.
During her time working in travel, Sally has touched all facets of the industry from wholesale to retail to corporate and even teaching at Technical and Further Education, TAFE, and owning her own agency. Her passion lies in luxury travel has been her focus for the last eleven years. Stemming from her time spent scouting and staying in some of the best properties around the world, it was only natural that Sally would find her niche in the luxury space, allowing her the opportunity to share her knowledge with her clients.
Sally attributes her dedication to her clients to her star sign, Taurus, as she is both tenacious and determined, always going the extra mile. She enjoys the thrill of creating complex itineraries, seeking out the best experiences, and crafting bespoke journeys for her discerning travellers. Focused on providing a world-class concierge service to her clients, Sally is there to help guide her valued clients every step of the way.
When it comes to personal travel, Sally enjoys properties where she can go to unwind. In her professional life, however, she is always on the go, ready to serve her clients whenever they call. With a love of luxury spaces and interiors, Sally devotes her free time to decorating and designing homes as well as spending time with her husband and three kids in Byron Bay.
I always advise trying to adjust to your new time zone as soon as possible, even if it means staying up late or waking up early. Staying hydrated is also key for a healthy sleep cycle and will help your body adjust to the difference in time.
I’m looking forward to taking my family to East Africa next to be amongst the wildlife, to experience the culture, and, of course, for the adventure and extraordinary landscapes.