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October 10, 2019

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

Rodriguez Pass 

Rodriguez Pass walking track is a challenging 12km loop hike that can be started from either Govetts Leap or Evans lookout, in Blackheath. This Grade 5 track winds past numerous spectacular waterfalls, lookouts and lush rainforest in Blue Mountains National Park. *Note. The track is very steep and...

September 28, 2019

Australia hosts many unique and unusual creatures that I feel deserves this special category of Weird and Wonderful.
At the top of this list is most certainly the Superb Lyrebird.

Superb Lyrebird

The Superb Lyrebird is one of the world's largest songbirds, and is renowned for its elaborate tail and courtship displays, and its excellent mimicryIt is capable of mimicking both natural and mechanical so...

August 6, 2019

 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...

July 21, 2019

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July 20, 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.

Subscribe to my page for more updates as I explore and add more exciting walks to this blog.

Rodriguez Pass 

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

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...

September 30, 2018

It's been a long journey following and filming these beautiful creatures along the East coast of Australia but I must say, this up close and personal experience in Tonga tops them all. 

It is for this reason I feel "Diving with Humpbacks" deserves the right to be on Find My Australia's page

* Tonga has a strict minimum guide line of 5m for approaching whales and a maximum of 4 divers + instruct...

June 1, 2018

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.

 Lace Monitor Raids Nest

The tree-dwelling lace monitor, or tree goanna, is one of the largest lizards in the world and have adapted to...

April 20, 2018

Mountain biking the bushland in and around the Shire offers some of the most exciting and challenging trails that you will find in Australia. Terrain changes from flat, wide trails to steep, single-track trails that can be a little rocky under your tyres. It will also be worth taking a camera with you as you will more than likely come across some of the local bushland's beautiful Flora and Fauna...

March 15, 2018

We are excited to see our video footage of the Blue-ringed octopus has made it into one of the worlds most respected publications, National Geographic.

The highly venomous Blue-ringed octopus can be found in tide pools and coral reefs around Australia.

Despite their small size they are recognised as one of the world's most venomous marine animals and potentially fatal. Their bites are tiny and ofte...

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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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