Its one thing to collect photos from our travels but to collect little personalised artworks is just extra special.
This isnt our first piece of work from @linesbykaren and it wont be our last, we are collecting a whole series to one day display in our home.
We just love the simplicity of each line drawing 😍 Thanks @linesbykaren can’t wait to see more from you.
See original photo in our stories!
Just sitting there on a rock as the creek bubbled past me, staring ahead at this beautiful waterfall - bliss. It was really hard to sit and do nothing at first, but then I concentrated on breathing deeply and looking at the leaves. Came out of that forest feeling refreshed!
South Australia's Port Germein jetty is an epic 1.5km long! It was once the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere. You can find it in the small town of Port Germein, in the Upper Spencer Gulf, about 240km north of Adelaide.
It’s not easy to get a natural shot of these three, especially when they are having a sneaky cuddle 😂 Two of them are a bit self-conscious and the other one loves to constantly pose it up. No prizes for guessing who 🤡 But I caught them relaxed and off-guard at Warroora Station. Beach camps like this will do that to ya I guess 🏖 🌅
Endlich SCHLAF! Schöne Abendstimmung oder kurz vor Zubett-Geh-Terror. Wir gehören zu letzteren. Die Kinder scheinen nie müde genug gespielt. Wir haben ein Schlafproblem - oder sagen wir besser zwei. Es war teilweise so hart, dass man mich auf Grund von Übermüdung nur hätte antippen müssen und ich hätte geheult. ABER einer eurer Tipps hat uns wirklich geholfen und es ist viel besser geworden 🙌🏻 Diese und andere Tipps, von euch Eltern hier erfolgreich erprobt, teile ich auf dem Blog. Link im Profil 😘
So from the outset it seemed our trip to Kuranda would be very Planes(in fact a bus), Trains and Automobiles(in fact a Sky Rail). And while these sedentary modes existed, what we found at the end of the train and before the Skyrail was a quaint little village filled with history, museums, exhibits, food and flair to be explored on foot or bike. It was a perfect day with the kids especially living the Butterfly Sanctuary...Kuranda is such a special little gem. #travelaustraliawithkids#kuranda @travelqld @skyrailcairns #fitness#walking#cycling#fitfamilylife
The highest, permanent, single drop waterfall in Australia, plunging 268m. Often creating a misty rainbow, it's a sight to see at any time it's flowing. I've seen it in full flow and just little trickle and it's always impressive. With a couple lookouts to choose from and views spanning across the Herbert River Valley. There is a walking track to the bottom of the falls which is challenging but worth effort. A camping area is located a short distance from the falls also.
Located about an hours drive out of Ingham. The drive to Wallaman is now sealed (it was dirt the last time I went up.) Although windy and often steep it has spectacular scenery with a couple stops on the way to take it all in.
If you are heading along the @tropicalnorthqueensland coast then add this one to your must see list.
#thisisqueenland @visitqueensland @qldparks #wallamanfalls#chasingwaterfalls#australia
Finally got to see a croc in the wild!
Truth be told, I am terrified by the thought of coming across a croc while we're in Far North Queensland.
We keep being cautioned about 14-15ft monsters that live here, there, & everywhere we camp.
We've even be to a few croc spotting locations but come up empty.
When the kids actually caming running back to camp saying they found a crocodile, my heart skipped a beat!
Meet Steve the Salty. Found at Noah Beach. I'm sure someone little is missing him!
What sunshine, fresh air and nature does to oneself. We’ve been stuck at home with a possible case of Influenza A (Judah) and been itching to get out of the house (me), so a quick trip to Gardners Falls and I think it did him (and me!) a whole world of good!!
Love my Willy 😉🤣
We came across WILLY-WEATHER quite early in our trip and it has been invaluable.. especially during our 9 weeks in Tassie, that beautiful windy little island 😍
We use it mainly to monitor what's going on with the wind.. We learned early on that it is MUCH nicer to roll the awning away at 6pm in preparation for those forecast overnight gusts, than being woken by our flapping awning and having to wrangle said awning away, outside in the dark in our pjs at 3am 😩 ..It's FREE (🤗) and super easy to use. Big thumbs us from us 👍👍