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Been away ...

I’m annoyed with myself that I haven’t posted anything for such a long time, but as you know, life can seriously get in the way.  The cellar doors on the Mornington Peninsula still exist and are very much open for business.  462 more words

Swimming with dolphins

On the Sunday the 8th of April, my family and I went camping at Mornington Peninsula. Before we got to our campsite Kai started nagging us about when we would get there which started to get on my nerves. 198 more words

Victoria

Mornington Peninsula: Paradigm Hill

Winemaking on the Mornington Peninsula dates back to the late nineteenth century, however today’s cellar doors are populated by members of the modern chapter in this region’s history. 346 more words

Wine Tastings

StoryCraft a finalist in two categories in the 2018 Peninsula Business Awards!

This week, I received the very exciting news that my little business, StoryCraft Creative Writing Workshops, has been named a finalist in two categories in the Peninsula Business Awards. 191 more words

A forest walking companion...

One of the first birds I see when I enter the forest at Green’s Bush is the Eastern yellow Robin. I watch it as it moves forward away from me down the track to the next tree trunk around head height. 101 more words

Victoria

Yellow-rumped Thornbills at Easter lunch.

I spent Easter Sunday at my parents place in Moorooduc, an hour south of Melbourne. Between chainsawing fallen tree branches after the last wind storm and Easter lunch, I heard soft trill calls and noticed a feeding flock of small birds moving through a group of trees. 74 more words

Victoria

Sculpture Park | Mornington Peninsula

I have travelled a fair bit overseas in the past year (and have some exciting trips ahead) but I tend to forget what’s available in my own backyard. 103 more words

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