Category Archives: coastlines


Seaworld and Whale Watching

Another epiphany we came across in Queensland is morning comes SOOOO early.  Like around 4.30am.  We’d wake up in bright daylight thinking OMG  slept in.. .check the watch.. nope.. its 4.45am!  Queenslanders say they don’t […]

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Bombo – Cathedral Rocks

We were now half way through our trip along the south coast and  had chosen Kiama for an overnight stop as Kiama and Bombo are only a few minutes apart.  After a night at a […]

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Eden Whale Watching

Day Three of our South Coast road trip brought us to the highlight (for me) of our trip, and the main reason we were in Eden – the Eden Whale Watching  cruise on Twofold Bay. […]

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Glasshouse Rocks Narooma to Eden

Day Two of our Sapphire Coast road trip along the South Coast of NSW  took us from Glasshouse Rocks, Narooma to Eden. After doing three abandoned locations the day before, we were now up early […]

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Queenscliffe and Point Lonsdale

 Back in January, when the weather was warm (unlike the arctic, polar blast we are suffering through in Melbourne at the moment) we decided to take a day trip down to one of my favourite […]

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Great Ocean Road

Chasing the elusive (for us) image of the Twelve Apostles at sunset we planned another Great Ocean Road trip… this would be my second trip down there, the first was a complete washout, (literally, as […]

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Wye River

After months of planning, bookings, revised dates with life of the middle aged intruding, Lucy and I finally got away for our BFF weekend to Wye River the first week of December. As is the […]

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The Great Ocean Road

For some time I had been trying to cajole Lucy to make The Great Ocean Road and Apollo Bay the focus of one of our weekends.  Constantly referred to (by Lucy) as the “Great Scary […]

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Mornington Pt. 1: Arthurs Seat and Point Nepean

Friday…..Arthurs Seat We left Melbourne on Friday morning with Lucy’s little gold bullet packed to the gills with art supplies, food, wine, and a few clothes squeezed in and headed down the highway towards the […]

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