Check out the latest updates and adventures as we explore this amazing country of ours.

Upper Kangaroo Creek-Royal National Park 

**Definitely experienced bushwalkers only. We started this 12km bushwalk at Waterfall Station on Uloola Fire trail turning off at Kangaroo Creek track. This overgrown track was at first fairly visible and easy to stay on, but eventually totally disappeared making the last...

February 12, 2020

Check out Sydney's newest 80km walk, Bondi to Manly - B2M 

This multi-day walk is tipped to become a major tourist attraction with the same status as some of the world's great walking trails, such as Cinque Terre in Italy.

The walk has many options, and can be started and finished at any given point depending on you. 

Join me, on different stages, as I endeavour to show some off some of the...

January 15, 2020

 Well I suppose I can say my love of the Shire began around 50 years ago when my parents took me and my family on a day out to Audley in the Royal National park.

My memories of this are vague however it must have left a mark on me as this is the place I have called home for the last 30+ years.

 Karloo Pool

This pleasant bush walk starts near Heathcote train station where you will enter the trail nex...

January 12, 2020

I must say like most people who love their honey, no thought had really gone into how something so pure made it onto the shelves of our supermarkets. For me, this originally started with a large swarm of bees landing in my backyard. Thankfully, with the help of a friend who is a hobby bee keeper, the swarm was collected and eventually transferred into a Beehive. Months later and all geared up with...

December 14, 2019

Take a walk with me through some of Australia's world class tracks that cross every sort of landscape from lush rainforests to scenic world heritage mountain ranges to rugged coastal walks.

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Rodriguez Pass 

Rodriguez Pass walking track is a challenging 12km loop hike that can be started from either Govett...

November 6, 2019

Australia has a large array of reptiles, from the world's largest reptile, the saltwater crocodile, to some of our common backyard skinks.

Come on a journey with me as we get up close to some of these sometimes strange but always very interesting creatures.

 Python in the Park

aWhat started out as a going for a walk in the Royal to get our minds off these disastrous fires, ended up being a...

September 28, 2019

Australia hosts many unique and unusual creatures that I feel deserves this special category of Weird and Wonderful.
 

Echidnas-The Spiny Anteater

aEchidnas, sometimes known as spiny anteaters, are monotremes which are egg-laying mammals. Together with the platypus, they are the only surviving members of the order Monotremata and are the only living mammals that lay eggs.

Superb Lyrebird

The Superb Ly...

July 21, 2019

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March 19, 2019

Wollangambe River passes through numerous sections of canyon on its way to the Colo River.

The two most popular sections 1 and 2 lie below Mt Wilson, and are excellent lilo trips on a summer day. 

 Wallangambe-Stage 1

Wollangambe River passes through numerous sections of canyon on its way to the Colo River. *Note. Despite the grade of "Easy", getting to and from the canyon still requires a desce...

March 13, 2019

Most people identify the Blue Mountains as being the home of The Three Sisters.

The Blue Mountains National park is the perfect destination for those who are after adventure, whether its abseiling, rock climbing, canyoning or walking some of the most breathtaking bush tracks in the world.

Wallangambie Canyon- Stage 2 

This full day adventure starts with a 1.5 hr walk and rope climb down to...

February 8, 2019

Join me as I explore the unique and interesting creatures that lie beneath our shores.

 Smiley the Porcupinefish

I can only say how weird it was snorkelling off Burraneer Point and coming across this very happy family of Porcupinefish

 Australia's Largest Stingray in World's Whitest Sand

Check out the beautiful visual display when Australia's largest stingray emerges from being buried in the worl...

January 3, 2019

Australia has some of the most exciting and challenging mountain bike trails equal to some of the best in the world.

I have been riding for many years and would consider myself as an average mountain bike rider who just likes to get on my bike and escape .

I will also say that some of my best wildlife photos have been taken while on one of my rides.

Mill Creek MBT Park 

Mill Creek MTB Trails, located...

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Having travelled and seen some amazing places overseas, I can honestly say Australia has so much more to offer, from our Great Barrier Reef to the vast Outback wilderness and its unique animal species

Come on a journey with me and share some of my experiences in this beautiful country of ours.

I hope "My Australia" will take you on a journey to see Australia  through my eyes.

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