Mount Macedon

The small township of Mount Macedon lies part way up the mountain of the same name, located between the town of Macedon at the base and the actual mountain peak which soars to a height of just over 1,000 metres above sea level. In the […]

Mount Bogong

Located in the Alpine National Park and part of the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, Mount Bogong is the highest mountain in Victoria. I decided to travel up to Mount Beauty and travel around the area before ski season started, mild weather at […]

Vivid Festival

Vivid Sydney is a festival of light, music and ideas. Vivid Light transforms Sydney into a wonderland of ‘light art’ sculptures, innovative light installations and grand-scale projections for all to enjoy – for free. It is a magical celebration of light-design excellence and the world’s […]

Towan Plains Flora and Fauna Reserve

Towan Plains Reserve is in the locality of Turoar, a town located in the Rural City of Swan Hill and has powdered gypsum and salt, the reserve’s highlight is its salt rich lake sprinkled with dead trees. →

Perry Sandhills

The Perry Sandhills are 10 hectares of striking red sandhills that were once part of the huge Willandra Lakes System and date back to an ice age 40,000 years ago. Evidence suggests that the Barkindji people have lived here since ancient times and bones of […]

Redwood Forest Warburton

About 8kms on the main road from Warburton Post Office, through East Warburton – look for Cement Creek Rd on your left – over a bridge – then 0.8km – 1km approx up a narrow and unsealed dirt road. Look for a dirt lay by […]

The Nobbies

Take in an array of stunning sights and curious creatures at The Nobbies, a magnificent headland on the south-western tip of Phillip Island. Stroll along the boardwalks around The Nobbies, absorbing coastal views at lookout points set amongst natural sea bird gardens. Be transfixed by […]


On our way to Kyoto, our first stop from Tokyo was Lake Kawaguchi, a one night stop over in which we hopefully catch a glimpse of Mount Fuji and try to make the most of the afternoon light. On the train heading up into the […]


First stop in Japan tour was Tokyo, setting foot in a new country equipped with minimal linguistic skills can be a bit of a problem sometimes, for the most part the locals were only happy to help out, it seems like most popular places have […]

Moomba Festival

A much-loved staple on the Melbourne events calendar, Moomba has been growing its profile since 1955 and is now recognised as Australia’s largest community festival. Each year the iconic festival attracts enthusiastic crowds of all ages to the banks of the Yarra to enjoy its […]

Australian International Airshow

The Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition 2015 will be the twelfth such event staged at Avalon. It is by far the largest, most comprehensive event of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and will bring together aviation and aerospace professionals, key defence […]

White Night Melbourne

This year I decided to go late, very late, arriving in the city at around 4am after dinner and a brief sleep, by this time most of the crowd had dispersed making getting around on foot a lot easier. I managed to make my way […]