Welcome to the place your boss isn’t.

A place to Escape Ordinary.

Hi there. You’ve found a piece of the Internet designed to help you Escape Ordinary. You can visit us 24/7 any day, any time. Thirty Summers is 100 percent about life outside the office.

With an emphasis on travel, photography, music and lifestyle our purpose is to help you escape the everyday. We recognise that there is a time-and-a-place for important things like work and tax-returns but those realities are far, far away from here.

So stay a while. Put your feet up. Have a coffee and have a look around. We’re sure you’ll find something to pique your interest.

We suggest beginning with our ‘About’ page to understand more of the story behind why we started Thirty Summers. Below are five of our most popular posts to give you a quick sampler of what we get up to around here.

Thanks for stopping by!

Saxon & Robert.

Co-Founders, Thirty Summers.

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*Some of our previous contest prizes have included a Walking-Tour two for two on the Amalfi Coast, $3000 worth of Travel vouchers and a Porteen Gear bespoke camera bag valued at $200.

Escape Ordinary with some of our most popular posts.

The Ultimate 7 Wonders List. By Travellers, for Travellers.

Ban Gioc-Detian Falls, Vietnam & China

Look Up sometimes. It can change your perspective on life.

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You don’t need to travel far to Escape Ordinary


Sarlat Market. Foodie Heaven.

Sarlat Market France

A Coastal State of Mind


About Saxon

I'm passionate about travelling, music, photography, blogging, 'Social Anthropology' (the posh term for people-watching) and creating content. I travel to learn and observe to understand. My dream day would look something like this.... A bottle of red (or two), fresh baguette (or two) & wedge of Camembert (or two), a balmy Paris September eve spent people-watching in fine company on the banks of the Canal St Martin.

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