Winter Outings – Werribee Open Range Zoo

Even with restrictions, some things are beginning to open up to the public, one such place is Zoos Victoria, only to members and only 1,000 people per day, all tickets must be pre-booked and sell out fast. We booked tickets for Werribee Zoo (my favourite) weeks ahead and then had to cross our fingers the…

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Our Coastal Adventure – Inverloch, Day 3 – Re-Post

We so enjoy our adventures, and being in lockdown, really made us aware of how much we miss them. So while our adventures have been curtailed I really have enjoyed revisiting some of our adventures from several years ago…I do hope you have too? After such a big day the day before we allowed ourselves…

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Our Coastal Adventure – Inverloch, Day 1 – Re-Post

2017 was a year filled with travel and advernture and excitement. We literally went from one trip to another. I was not at work for weeks on end, it was pure bliss. I loved our Outback Adventure, but there is something about the beach that makes me also feel at peace. I fell in love…

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Our Outback Adventure, Day 8 – Re-Post

Here ends our outback adventure, I will be back perhaps next week with another adventure. I do hope you have been enjoyin g them as much as I have. Swan Hill – Melbourne 337 kms 3.5 hours Our last day, so we treated ourselves to a small sleep in and rose late, visited the Pioneer…

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Our Outback Adventure, Day 4 – Re-Post

Continuing on with my armchair travels we head further into the outback, saw the most beautiful and tranquil sunrise, followed by a long drive on a long road, nothing by road, scrub brush and blue sky. Hubby had never seen anything like it…I had not seen it for a very long time. In some ways…

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Our Outback Adventure, Day 3 – Re-Post

This is where our REAL outback adventure started. We saw the first of the new Silo Art (we saw many more since then), and warm weather, blue skies and sunshine and that famous outback red dirt and dust! St Arnaud – Mildura – 385 kms  – via Rupanyup, Sheep Hills, Brim, Warracknabeal, Patchewollock, Red Cliffs.…

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Our Outback Adventure, Day 2 – Re-Post

This was such an awesome trip with some photography friends, which we caught up with after a few days. We initially had just a few days of exploring regional Victoria, exploring areas I hadn’t seen for years.    Maldon – Castlemaine – Saint Arnaud – 135 kms We rose early and again drove up to…

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Our Outback Adventure, Day 1 – Re Post

As I still can’t get out between Covid19 and shoulder surgery, so I thought I would continue my Armchair Travels, this time Outback Australia from 2017. This was such a fun trip, we started on our own and met up with some fellow travellers and photographers to explore our remote outback from Broken Hill to…

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Spring Outings – Grantville Jetty at sunset

Grantville is about 103km from Melbourne CBD, about 60kms from my house on the way to Kilkunda and Phillip Island. I have not stopped at this jetty before, but have driven through Grantville many times on the way to and from other locations. I had seen some images take by other photographers for this location…

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Wimmera-Mallee Silo Art – Rosebery

Completed in late 2017, Kaff-eine’s artwork depicts themes that she says embody the region’s past, present and future. Kaff-eine also helped Rone on his Lascelles project. The silo on the left depicts women in the country. Farmers facing hardships of drought and fire with a tenacity that is born of the Mallee area. The silo…

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