Tag Archive: Bushwalking

200 followers – thank you!!

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Thank you to everyone who visits our site and likes and follows our posts. We really appreciate your support – it inspires us to continue to write and publish our travel stories. Don’t… Continue reading

Taranaki, New Zealand – A Photo Essay

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These photos are from a challenging day walk we did on this amazing mountain in January 2013.

Ama Dablam Trek, Nepal – A Photo Essay

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A totally awe-inspiring trek in the Everest region of Nepal in November 2008.

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania – A Photo Essay

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This was a short but stunning bush-walk at Cradle Mountain back in 2008.

Bushwalk to The Castle – A Photo Essay

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This was a fabulous bushwalk in Morton National Park, May 2009.

Bushwalking near Canberra

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Canberra is surrounded by some very beautiful bushland and mountains, making bushwalking a popular weekend activity for locals and visitors alike. There are lots of walks you can do, particularly around Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve… Continue reading

Idyllic Canberra Sunday

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Today was pretty much my idea of a perfect Sunday in Canberra. After sleeping in just a little and catching up on some household chores, we headed off to the Old Bus Depot… Continue reading

Weekends in Canberra

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For the last thirteen years, the Australian capital city Canberra has been my home. It surprises a great number of  international travellers to learn it is the national capital, as many people think… Continue reading

Yankee Hat Paintings

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Originally posted on Geokult:
Boulders on the way to Yankee Hat Paintings Today we headed back to the beautiful Namadji National Park and visited “Yankee Hat Paintings” – some amazing Aboriginal rock art…