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Guest Blogger: Ms Lee loses her Girl Scout instincts.

Gate crashing a party is fine as long as no one gets hurt, right? I thought I’d take advantage of my account privileges and throw in a sneaky guest post. 1,190 more words


Atherton Tablelands

My parents had recommended the Atherton Tablelands to me from their experiences travelling Australia… so I made sure to visit myself. I went on a lovely day exploring the Wooroonooran National Park, at the heart of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and sure enough we had a bit of drizzle through the day, but not enough to dampen anyones mood. 168 more words


Beginnings....the Bibbulman and rain.

Step one. Don rain coats and head out along the track.

The track becomes a creek.

There’s a kangaroo in there between the gumtree and grass tree. 19 more words

My Daybook - May

This month of May has been so busy. I am only squeezing ‘My Daybook’ post just in time before winter begins tomorrow. The little three kids are in bed and I can sit and reflect on what has been a particularly crazy month of May. 478 more words

Snap Shots of the Cape 2 Cape

Enjoy our Snap Shots of walking the Cape to Cape.. This is a 135 km coastal walk in Western Australia’s South West. Follow us @ … 11 more words


Snap Shots of the Great Ocean Walk

Walking the Great Ocean Walk.  between Apollo Bay and the 12 Apostles was quite a spectacular walk. You experience a very diverse walk as you head along the dramatic coastline, through rainforests, wetlands, tall forests and secluded beaches.