Category Archives: 2015
I’ve really been missing my 4WD since I relocated to the mainland for work in Easter. Whilst I do have access to a couple of them for work, I haven’t exactly been able to convince the boss that I need … Continue reading
We did a number of little trip, work tasks etc throughout the year. Rather than muck around making a heap of small posts, I decided to just do a small pictorial on this post.
Again I’ve got a little secret – I was paid to do this trip too!!! 🙂 And whilst I was in a Unimog, I figured I could handle the ‘hardship’ for a day…… lol So what was there to see? … Continue reading
One of many hidden delights in Tasmania. This place is simply stunning – the scenery is truly spectacular. At times you really feel that you are the only one out there. I can’t talk it up enough – you just … Continue reading
Most of the photos below are from the coastal track from Lighthouse Beach around to the city with some across the river at North Shore. It’s a good 9.1 km walk/run with some great views – well worth the Sunday … Continue reading
It was November…………… Not that I was surprised as such. I think our cook from Darwin was half excited / half scared. Thankfully he loved his time in the snow. Little known fact – the summit road was hacked out … Continue reading
The Kattang N.R is located at Camden Head approximately 20 minutes south of Port Macquarie. Bordered by Gogley’s Lagoon, the Camden Haven Inlet and the Great Easter firebreak it is in the perfect location for some spectacular views. This is … Continue reading
Coastal area encompassing Harrington, Crowdy Head and the Crowdy Bay N.P. Crowdy Bay N.P is a gravel road entry which can quite often have substantial pot holes – big enough to require a wheel alignment if you hit them too … Continue reading
I traveled up to Coffs Harbour for the Anzac Day weekend. Thoroughly enjoyed myself, although I must say that I won’t be in a rush to attend the service at that location again.
Concerts, swimming, walking, relaxing, chairlift, coffee – the Gorge is well worth a visit. And even better – it’s not even 5 minutes from the Launceston city centre. I spent a few hours with the youngest 3 not too long … Continue reading
Again few words, more pictures. I absolutely love spending time in this area during my days off. It has everything from great swimming, coffee, walks, runs, 4WDing, coastal views etc.
The fantastic coastline along the Mid North Coast of NSW attracts most people, and it really doesn’t take much imagination to work out why that is. However stepping to the west of the Pacific Highway can also throw up a … Continue reading