Here are some pictures from the last few days. We've done a little bit of driving and visited the Daintree Rainforest (one of the oldest rain forests in the world) and the Milla Milla Waterfalls at the Atherton Tablelands. I don't know the name of this little spider crawling along a handrail but what a... Continue Reading →
There are only a few things I love more than road trips. 🙂 ["Climb behind the steering wheel... drive off without once looking back; it's a long journey but it leads to freedom. Just be, whatever you are with whatever you have, and realise that that is enough to be happy. There’s a whole world out... Continue Reading →
“In total seclusion, enlightening, I found the origin of my being.” This a repost from a trip to Mount Mulligan in Far North Queensland a little while ago. I've spoken to a friend today about this stunning, interesting place and it made me want to repeat the trip. 🙂 Mount Mulligan, is a former mining town... Continue Reading →
Here are some pictures of our latest camping trip in Far North Queensland. I also did a live broadcast on Periscope which you can replay here. For some reasons did the audio stop after the first few seconds but the scenery is really nice and I was able to film a little Rock Wallaby with... Continue Reading →
"So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit within a man... Continue Reading →
Here are the last few pictures from our trip through Tasmania. I hope you enjoy and you might want to visit this stunning remote place yourself one day. It's definitely worth it. An Echidna is waiting for a ride. Ross Bridge is an historic bridge in the town of Ross in central Tasmania, Australia, completed... Continue Reading →
We had such an uncomfortable wet and cold, very windy night and the only place to be was inside our hired van but what a surprise to wake up the next morning to one of the most beautiful sunrises we've seen in Tassie.
The hike to Cape Raoul is definitely one of the best hikes I've done in Tasmania. Stunning remote scenery with coastal seascapes that include rock platforms, hundreds of metres high cliffs and columns, off-shore islands and swirling seas.