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Blue Mountains National Park: National Pass

Originally carved as a walking track into the sandstone cliff side between 1906-1907, the National Pass continues to display the best of the Blue Mountains’ stunning views and iconic blue (eucalyptus) haze for which the park receives its name .   171 more words

Nature

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Where I wish I was yesterday

Behind the wheel of this marvelously large machine! Outback NSW, Australia

Where?

An Afternoon with Young Mob

VGen NSW Schools mentor, Anastasya had the opportunity to attend the training day for Young Mob. Here is what they got up to:

On Wednesday, fellow NSW Schools Mentor, Claire and I got the opportunity to participate in and present at a Young Mob training day for the young indigenous representatives who will be going to the World Vision Cup in Brazil this year. 325 more words

World Vision

24 April 2014

With only a couple days remaining of the kids first break from school, not to mention the amazing weather we’ve been having, it seemed only right to head to the beach.   124 more words

Excursions

The Best Ride in Sydney?

The Easter long weekend has come and gone in Sydney. While I did not spend as much time on the bike as I wanted to (though I did get to spend some quality time with my wife and son), I was able to plan a ride that I have been itching to do for some time now - West Head and Akuna Bay. 780 more words

Cycling