Today I’ve chosen another photograph from our 2017 #adventuredownunder showing the magnificent rock formations along the Great Ocean Road.
Today I’ve chosen another photograph from our 2016 #adventuredownunder showing my beloved wandering along the beach in Inverloch, Victoria.
Today I’ve chosen another photograph from our 2017 #adventuredownunder showing the sun setting on Seaton Beach.
I’m still choosing photographs from our many trips Down Under. This is of the Cape Otway countryside as we approached Apollo Bay, Victoria, while driving along the Great Ocean Road.
I’m still selecting photographs from our many trips Down Under. This one is from the Gippsland Lakes (VIC) and was taken in 2016 while we drove from Melbourne to Sydney.
I’m still choosing photographs from our many trips Down Under. This one is also from 2016.
This was taken at Wilson’s Promontory in Victoria, a refuge for an array of native flora and fauna.
For Carol Anne: Four photos of Seaton Beach near Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
For Carol Anne: Bortoli Gardens in Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia
This photograph was taken in January 2016 and shows part of Australia’s largest and most beautiful inland waterways, the Gippsland Lakes. A network of lakes, marshes and lagoons covering over 600 square kilometres, separated from the ocean by coastal dunes known as Ninety Mile Beach. Unsurprisingly, bird and marine life thrives here. It’s a magnificent spot.
It’s perhaps inevitable that after another fabulous vacation in Australia so many of the photographs are from our last trip there. My two younger sisters are dedicated sun-worshippers and couldn’t get over the number of photographs of totally empty beaches I posted on Facebook, such as this one on the Mornington Peninsula. But many of the beaches are dangerous, I’m not talking sharks but riptides which could easily sweep you out to sea. However, I just loved those miles of empty sandy beaches bordered by greenery and pounded by the waves. I think they look wild and remote. Perfect for a spot of chilling, but nothing more.