The 25-year-old Australian cricketer is a talented wicketkeeper and batsman. Until 10 February, he'll be in action versus the West Indies in the Commonwealth Bank One-Day International Series
Q: How many passports have you had?
Q: Where did you go on your first overseas trip?
A: I went to the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka. It was extremely busy and hot, and an extremely different culture to Australia.
Q: Where else has cricket taken you over the years?
A: England, India, Dubai, the West Indies and South Africa.
Q: Have you been to every major city in Australia?
A: Yes, and it's cricket that has taken me around Australia. I hadn't left Tasmania until I started playing cricket for the state.
I love Perth, the weather is great and it has that laidback feeling. It's almost like Bali — you just don't need your passport to visit!
Q: Favourite Jetstar route?
A: Melbourne to Hobart. I'm originally from Tasmania, and my entire family still lives there. The flight is only 50 minutes. I love going home and visiting friends and family. It's such a relaxing place.
Q: Top of your holiday wishlist?
A: The Whitsundays. It'd be great to sit back and relax, and maybe enjoy some time out on the reef.
Q: The most exciting cricket pitch in Australia?
A: There's no better ground than the MCG — the Boxing Day Test atmosphere was amazing — 60,000-plus packed into the famous ground. It was an unreal feeling!