Tag: Wolgan Valley

Wordless Wednesday #81

2021’s  Wordless Wednesday is going to feature photos from my trips to Australia. Here’s one from 2019’s #adventuredownunder. Goodness knows when I’ll be able to add to these. I’m kinda hoping to visit again in 2022-23.

Silent Sunday #24

I’m still selecting photographs from our many trips Down Under. This one is from 2019. I’m not sure whether this is a kangaroo, wallaby or a wallaroo but they all used to freeze if you were close by. This one’s clearly hoping to merge… Continue Reading “Silent Sunday #24”

Places from our #adventuredownunder we’d visit again

If it’s difficult to whittle down the highlights of our vacation, it’s just as challenging to choose where we’d happily visit again. Our previous vacations in Australia had covered Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide but while we’d investigated much of South Australia and Victoria, there… Continue Reading “Places from our #adventuredownunder we’d visit again”

History of Wolgan Valley

Our trip to Wolgan Valley was in many ways the highlight of our extended vacation in Australia and I found its history and development to be very interesting, after all Australia is home to one of the oldest living cultures in the world. The… Continue Reading “History of Wolgan Valley”

Shoulda, coulda, woulda

In my recent post Postcard from the Blue Mountains, I mentioned that we should’ve travelled there by helicopter from Sydney rather than driving. Let me explain why. I had planned to arrive in Wolgan Valley well before dusk (which is when you have to… Continue Reading “Shoulda, coulda, woulda”

Postcard from the Blue Mountains

A mere three hours drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains are easily accessible by car, or via a dramatic scenic helicopter flight. We opted for the former – we should’ve gone for the latter, but that’s a whole other story – to reach our… Continue Reading “Postcard from the Blue Mountains”

Friday holiday photos #2

Today we’re starting our drive along the NSW coastline towards Brisbane. Here’s a few photos from our time in the Blue Mountains, a truly magical place. My photos really don’t do it justice. There will be further posts in due course about our stay… Continue Reading “Friday holiday photos #2”