We wouldn’t be who we are without our professional and talented team, so we would love to introduce them to you.
These are the people who will go the extra mile, ensuring you have the best day out possible!
I have been a guide for over 20 years in many locations. I began as a kayak guide in the Whitsundays then went to working on overnight and day charter boats. I worked on all types of boats from maxi sailing yachts, hundred year old tall ships and fast motor boats.
I have worked in Tasmania taking people on 6 day adventure tours. I have worked in the Northern Territory driving a boat showing people birds and crocs. I have worked in Byron Bay kayaking with dolphins and I have volunteered in Bolivia taking people over mountains.
More recently I have made Port Douglas my home.I have been here for 5 seasons. My first season here I worked on Sailaway showing people the reef around the Low Islands. For the past 4 seasons I have worked for Back Country Bliss doing all of their tours. In the off seasons I travel to the Philippines were I have established a small tour company renting out motorcycles and kayaks.
I love nature and I love meeting people so being a guide is a perfect fit for me. I get a huge kick out of showing my guests our backyard. I believe a day out with Back Country Bliss should be well managed, informative, have great food, good conversation but most importantly it should be FUN! I believe all our tours achieve this and more
Born on the tropical island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Will has always lived in the tropics. His love of wild and extreme places has led him to travel to many diverse and biodiverse places of the world, in search of natural beauty and fascinating animals and culture.
He settled in Tropical North queensland because it allows him to experience wild places through various activities including; hang gliding, mountain biking, kayaking, bush walking and scuba diving.
Will has lived in the area for seventeen years and his involvement in a number of environmental organisations including: Wildlife Rescue and Low Isles Preservation Society (volounteer ranger) has contributed to his knowledge of the area.
After working as both a primary and high school science teacher for most of his time in the Douglas Shire, he found that introducing new visitors to the place he loves is the best way to share his passion for this area.