Time to reminisce 10 – Snow country and beyond

Welcome all back to our ever popular Time to Reminisce Series. We are once again going way back to 2008 for this one, and it was a cracker of a trip. With a week off we set off from our home base in the Blue Mountains heading south once again. By now you should all... Continue Reading →

Time to reminisce 9 – Western and Northern NSW Part 2

Welcome tom part 2 of our NSW Odyssey from way back in 2008. Leaving the fascinating Warrumbungles behind we ventured north east towards the New England Tablelands. Heading north from the country music capital of Tamworth we take a detour just out of the tiny hamlet of Manilla to the beautiful Warrabah National Park. Sitting... Continue Reading →

Time to reminisce 8 – Western and Northern NSW Part 1

With restrictions beginning to ease for most of us we can now at least begin to explore our own backyard, which is not a bad thing as we found out back in June of 2008. As Winter was setting in Sandra and I decided to explore some of our own backyard over a several week... Continue Reading →

Time to Reminisce 7 – Central West NSW

Welcome to our next instalment of A Time to Reminisce. Following on from our epic Victorian expedition at the end of the year and spending some time with family over Christmas and New Year it was time to saddle up and head for pastures unknown once again. With a few days up our sleeve, this time we... Continue Reading →

Sunday Shorts

Welcome to another edition of Sunday Shorts. Following on from our Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts this week we are taking a brief look at the Mount Moffatt Section of Carnarvon National Park in central Queensland. This remote park is located around 160km north of Injune and to the west of the popular Carnarvon Gorge Section of the... Continue Reading →

Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts

Welcome to this weeks edition of Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts. Today we are taking a look at the sunshine state, Queensland. Our waterfall comes from the scenic rim region near the impressive Condamine Gorge. Browns Falls is found in a secluded natural amphitheatre with sheer cliffs becoming a beautiful backdrop to these inspiring falls. It... Continue Reading →

Sunday Shorts

Welcome to this weeks edition of Sunday Shorts. Today we take a sneak peek at the large and well dispersed South East Forests National Park in Southern NSW. Straddling the Great Dividing Range just inland from Bega and stretching to the NSW/Victorian Border this 111,000 hectare park has it all from lush rainforest slopes and gullies,... Continue Reading →

Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts

Welcome to another edition of Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts to get you through another day in isolation. Today we are taking a look at the beautiful southern region of New South Wales and into the massive South East Forests National Park. Our hut is in the northern section of this vast national park. Alexanders Hut... Continue Reading →

Sunday Shorts

Welcome back to our Sunday Shorts series of posts where we take a quick snippet from somewhere around this beautiful country of ours to hopefully inspire your next adventure. With us all stuck in isolation at the moment we thought we would start up these regular posts once again along with our Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts series... Continue Reading →

Time to Reminisce 6 – Victoria Expedition

In late 2007 we departed our home base in the Blue Mountains of NSW and headed south. We had several weeks to explore the much of the length and breadth of Victoria. Even with our southern state being smaller and easier to navigate around this would still be a mammoth task. Warning; this is going... Continue Reading →

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