High Tide

The other day I went walking down the beach and was amazed how far out the tide goes when there is a full moon. There is so much more beach exposed, and you can see little pockets where waves usually are pretty high.It was a great chance to get out further into where water wouldContinue reading “High Tide”

Cyclone Yasi

I am sure most of you are aware, but tonight there will be a category 5 cyclone in Cairns, which is apparently supposed to be the most devastating cyclone Australia has ever experienced before. It is supposed to be bigger, and more devastating than Katrina, and is bigger than Tasmania. I am extremely lucky toContinue reading “Cyclone Yasi”

Phillip Island

After the Great Ocean Road tour I spent my last day in Melbourne 2 weeks ago exploring Phillip Island. Phillip Island is a beautiful little island at the edge of Victoria which is home to the smallest penguin colony in the world…coincidentally they are called the “Little Penguin”. They are so cute and tiny, andContinue reading “Phillip Island”

The Great Ocean Road & the Grampians

Two weeks ago, I spent 3 days driving the Great Ocean Road and staying at the Grampians National Park. The Great Ocean Road is about 270 km long, it starts in Geelong and ends in a town called Warrnambool. The road was built after the WW1 in honour of all of the fallen soldiers. ItContinue reading “The Great Ocean Road & the Grampians”

Wilson’s Promontory National Park

On Sunday I went to Wilson’s Promontory National Park. This is the Southern most point in Australia (other than Tasmania), and is such a hidden little gem. I initially did not decide to go on this tour, but I was able to get a free day trip through my work. When we first arrived toContinue reading “Wilson’s Promontory National Park”