Being from the unfashionable western suburbs I had never been to remote locations like Point Nepean. The opportunity to head down there with the older girls, who I managed to convince it was a good idea as it was an opportunity to be taken up.
Sadly we had quite a late . . . → Read More: Reconnoitring Point Nepean
I spent the early part of the day resting. Also I put the clothes in to the laundry for washing. Around lunch I decided to reconnoitre the main resort, grab some lunch and do the canopy walk. Well, because of all the rain the night before the canopy walk was closed. So I . . . → Read More: Taman Negara Resort
It is strange that when I stayed at Anna Bay, I never really went to the beach. But we headed north to do a “desert” theme photo shoot. We ended up in Tomaree National Park. Unfortunately the rain meant that the last thing the beach looked like was the desert but it did not stop . . . → Read More: Photo shoot at Tomaree National Park
On my weekend trip to Griffith, I stopped at Cocoparra National Park. I did not get to the top of the mountain as I intended, but instead ended up in the Spring Hill Picnic Area and doing the walk to the very dry, Flacon Falls.
After driving down a decent dirt road, I arrived at . . . → Read More: A walk in Cocoparra National Park
I thought this before I came here, I still think it: The best thing to do in Sydney is to hop on a ferry. Not the manly one, not the tarronga zoo one, not the parramatta one, but one of the inner harbour ferries. The ones with open decks. travel around, walk around the very . . . → Read More: ferries