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IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: Before deciding on visiting Currumbin and “holding” a koala, I did my research. We decided on visiting Currumbin because we …
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Awesome video of my beautiful country! Thanks guys! Love it. You captured the essence of this place.
Tony Anna Welsh
So glad you enjoyed my home country and state. There, as you know, is so much to see and enjoy. You did a wonderful job with this video, and captured some great footage. Next time you come down under, let your followers know, as I am sure many would love to meet you both face to face. Keep being a blessing.
Trow back to Eating on a budget in tieland
So cute 🙂
Amazing video. Love u guys.
Yoooo that intro drone footage is insane!! Love the animation titles as well. Did you guys make those with After Effects? Or can you source that work?
I love how tourists call our small towns villages! Idk why I find it so funny it’s just weird because Australians never say that 😅
Editing and visuals are on point. Great work and thanks for the inspiration
Hey thanks for the video! Have you guys ever thought about coming to New Zealand? We would love to have ya! 🙂
al dx lba
Awesome Kristen !!
amazing videos of the trip very pro like
Exploring with Prodjekt
you both are awesome
This was very good video (as usual) and I like that you also did your research on animals. Did you did this trip after the Canada and Alaska road trips or has this been done earlier. Anyways, can't wait for your next video. They are very inspirational.
We have been where you are. We were at the Gold Coast in 1990 on our honeymoon. We then went to the Whit Sundays for a week and spent a week in Sidney. After that we spent two weeks in New Zealand. Then we went to Fiji for a week. I wish we would have skipped Fiji and went to Hawaii. Fiji is a different culture but when you spend the time in Austrailia Fiji was kind of a let down.Oh well to each his own we absolutley loved Austrailia and New Zealand.I would give anything to go back to Austrailia. Im very jealous of you guys.
Great video! The zip lining views must have been gorgeous!
So glad you two enjoyed my region! I grew up in Lismore, 20 minutes from Nimbin. The "Rainbow Region" as the Northern Rivers of NSW is known is a pretty beautiful place – but then again, I'm a bit biased 😉 I could totally imagine you two living in Nimbin haha. Loved that sand hostel! Amazing!
Loving this style of video!!
omggggg i am so jalous. you get to travel the world and get paid for it. you lucky
oohh now i want to go to australia❤️
Piece of Amr
What a beautiful Gold Coast, I loved the video but Kristen the music choice doesn't fit the video at all aa aaa no, love you both 😉
Cool hostel!! I once stayed in one in Germany that was like a castle! They can be super unique
Lets Just Go
Awesome! I've been looking forward to this since you told me about it at Buffer Festival. I'm even more excited to go now. Thank you so much!
Why couldn't the lifeguard save the hippie? Cause he was too far out! Great video! I've never held a koala but I did get to hold and feed a tarsier in the Philippines a few years ago which was pretty cool 🙂
Watch out for those drop bears.
I live in Australia and I didn't know about half of these things! Hahaha! Thanks for making this video 🙂
go up the sunshine coast and go to Fraser Island
I love that you did the research to find a place that's doing amazing things for the animals!
Wonderful video Kristen. I’m just telling everyone about your channel. You deserve more subscribers. Love your face 🙂
Holyyyyyy SMOKES!!!!! You guys. Best Video ever. I must watch this again and again. "POW"…so well done…I can't say enough
Mohamed Mike Fahmy
I have always wanted to go to Australia but I don't do well on flights longer than 2 hours 😕 It Looks beautiful that must have been an amazing experience holding the Koala🐨 Bear. How cool is that.
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: Before deciding on visiting Currumbin and "holding" a koala, I did my research. We decided on visiting Currumbin because we believe in what they are doing to rescue and save injured wildlife. We even visited the hospital they have there and witnessed an operation on an injured Lorikeet. At the sanctuary, I spoke with the lady who you'll see in the video about the koalas personality and how they respond to being held. This lady works day in an out with these rescued koalas and knows them very well. The lady assured me that the koala I would get to hold (who's name is Emily) was born and raised at the sanctuary and has interacted with humans her entire life. You should have seen the love the lady and Emily shared. Those two were nearly inseparable, kissing each other and resting their heads on one another. It may look like I'm holding Emily, but in fact I'm standing very still with my hands in a certain position, letting Emily hang on and interact with me rather than the other way around. At one point she stared me in the face and pressed her nose on mine. I just about died. I felt good about the experience and that Emily looked and felt quite content, curious even! I wouldn't however have done this just anywhere, and I sure would never hold a wild koala. The reason why I'm telling you all of this is because I care and love all animals and never want to promote their exploitation but rather conservation. Please before you decide to interact with any animals in any country, do your research beforehand.
Hi Kristen! After watching this, I want to go to Australia now. As always, great video!!!
First like (I thought I can still revert it if I don't like it in the end).