Street Photography: Sydney

Street Photography: Sydney

Street Photography in Sydney Sydney – The Harbour City. The Emerald City. Doing street photography in Sydney it would be easy to fall into the trap of capturing the iconic emblems. Sydney Harbour. Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney Opera House. But that would be too easy. A city is more than its buildings. More than its icons. […]

Dubbo Zoo and The Three Baby Cheetahs

Dubbo Zoo and The Three Baby Cheetahs

Anyone who knows us understands we have a thing for big cats. We spent four weeks in the Indian Himalaya chasing the elusive snow leopard.  We endured days of camping, cold arid conditions and rugged climbs to snatch a glimpse of this enigmatic creature. And it was worth every sacrifice. A little closer to home […]

Murramarang National Park: A Little Piece of Heaven

Murramarang National Park: A Little Piece of Heaven

Murramarang National Park on the NSW South Coast How do you feel about wild, untamed beaches?  What about jewel-like lakes the colour of turquoise? Or lush green forests of tall eucalypt and ancient burrawangs? Combine that with a lack of crowds, a blissful solitude, and a myriad of wildlife and you may have just found […]

Yankee Hat Rock Art: A Place Where Spirits Dance

Yankee Hat Rock Art: A Place Where Spirits Dance

A Trip to Visit the Yankee Hat Rock Art Site In 1971 a young teacher named Geoffrey Bardon took a job at Papunya, a sleepy, dusty government run Aboriginal settlement in  Australia’s Central Deserts. He arrived to a town that was “demoralised, divisive, depressed and lacking in either cohesion or direction”. *  On seeing the children […]

South Coast NSW: A Weekend in the Eurobodalla

South Coast NSW: A Weekend in the Eurobodalla

a weekend on the south coast nsw Recently we spent a weekend exploring my favourite part of Australia – the South Coast NSW. And on this trip we paid particular attention to the Eurobodalla region.  Known for its rolling green hills, picturesque dairy farms, delicious local food and many beautiful beaches this region has a […]

South Coast Hinterland -Beyond the Beaches

South Coast Hinterland -Beyond the Beaches

the nsw south coast hinterland The NSW South Coast is known for its stunning beaches, kilometres of golden sands and sapphire seas. But what do you do on those days when the blustery southerly winds have blown in and brought with it clouds, drizzle and a drop in temperature? The beach suddenly does not seem like such a great option. […]

Wilsons Promontory – 10 Things We Love About It

Wilsons Promontory – 10 Things We Love About It

Wilsons Promontory is a national park in South Gippsland, Victoria. We chose this place for our annual pre-Christmas holiday – a beautiful, and in parts wild, section of the coast, and the most southern tip of the Australian mainland. Talk about getting away from it all. Here are our 10 reasons why we love this part of […]

A Night At Crackenback Farm

A Night At Crackenback Farm

The weather forecast was dire. A massive low pressure system was moving towards the east coast of Australia promising heavy, driving rain and fierce almost cyclonic winds. It was due to slam into the coast and inland New South Wales Friday night. On our calendar was a camping trip to the Snowy Mountains on Saturday. […]