We're off on an adventure! Love exploring with our two adventurers to see what low tide has exposed. Lots of oysters and bait fish jumping, and some of the nicest shells I've seen in a while in this little bay. 🐟🐚🌊
Had no idea why people kept raving about the sunsets at Mindil Beach Markets. Until we went there. Twice, cos didn’t get enough the first time round. Not sure why, but Darwin sunsets, like the town itself, just feel more ‘alive’ somehow. There’s always something happening. Best of all was watching eMDee whip the crowd into a frenzy with some drums and didgeridoo 🎵 Its great that the boys are getting to mix with some kids from different backgrounds to themselves, and experience some amazing Indigenous culture 🙌 🙌🏿
Ah Melbourne 💙 I do love this city, it’s always a pleasure to visit, but today it was a relief to leave.... Since making the decision to live a slower, more conscious life, I’m finding it harder and harder to be in environments that are so fueled by consumerism and greed. All I saw today was hundreds of people with their faces stuck to their phones - missing the sunrise & sunset, completely disconnected from each other and their surroundings, consuming like it’s going out of fashion, (don’t even get me started on the amount of single use coffee cups I saw 😤) rushing and pushing, (chivalry is most definitely dead!) and to what end? Career? Status? Money? Stuff? It’s all so meaningless in the end, if you don’t cherish and enjoy the little things this world has to offer 🙏🏼
I’m so glad we never bought into that rat race 🤗
We made it, got our photo and ticked it off the bucket list.
Enjoying our time up at the top, exploring dirt tracks and finding some cracker fishing spots.
Checked out the local pool today, unfortunately it was closed for cleaning so will head back tomorrow for a dip.
After explaining to the kids whale watching is hit and miss and not to get your hopes up.. we see 2 in the first 30secs, a couple of water spouts and a tail flip. No wonder these kids always want instant gratification, lessons in learned patience backfired but how lucky we were🐳😂
Fun in the sun at The Entrance Waterfront 👍🏻☀️💦 Our boys loved running wild at this awesome unique playground suitable for all ages 🙌 During the school hols there’s also carnival rides and games set up here 🎡🎠 We also managed to grab lunch from one of the many waterfront eateries and we couldn’t say no to a @coldrockofficial ice-cream before heading back home to Sydney 🚘 The perfect day out at the #centralcoastnsw 👌
Visiting Uluru is magical. Definitely a must do experience. The colour on the rock changes as the sun goes down. We would have loved the “sounds of silence” dinner but unfortunately you cannot take children. We did manage to do a sunset viewing and bbq dinner with AAT Kings. We ended the night with some star gazing.
The Pinnacles Desert is located in the Nambung National Park, a 20 min drive from the town of Cervantes. Ironically, not far from where we broke down! $13 entry per vehicle, the Pinnacles Discovery Centre is open daily from 9:30am - 4:30pm. We drove the 4km unsealed loop to get a closer look. Only 6km from the ocean, these limestone formations were mistaken for the ruins of an ancient city by Dutch sailors off the coast in 1700. Worth a visit if you’re in the area 👍🏼 #thepinnacles#westernaustralia#seewa#caravanningwithkids#travelaustraliawithkids
Switching it up. Week 2 of school holidays. From country farm life to beach life. This place is quickly becoming our second home. Hello beautiful Boat Harbour in Port Stephens. Any whales this week? 🐳🔍🔎
The ‘20 minute lookout walk’ to stretch our legs on a big transit day across the NT/WA border ... which accidentally turned into a 2 hour trek during the hottest part of the day 🙊#40degrees#whichwaytogo#littletrekkers