- The carnival is over...I’m sitting here, defying jetlag, and reflecting on the year that was. I’m thinking about how nice it is to be able to plug my electrical appliances in without needing to find the relevant adaptor, and enjoying the strangely Posted by Buccas in 2016 - The Year of the Nink | Feb 2, 2017
- A light filled apartment with city viewsIt was late by the time we arrived in Sydney and the airport seemed deserted. With the three hours of time change, we did not feel quite as tired, but sure were exhausted from the travel. At least there was Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 30, 2017
- Day 27 Bottom Half of Western Australia[sup][/sup]Kalbarri National Park which surrounds the lower reaches of the Murchison River, is one of the popular Western Australian National parks. The Murchison River has created a 80 km gorge through the red and white banded sandstone to create formati Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 29, 2017
- Great Barrier ReefThe day we have been looking forward is here, the trip to the Great Barrier Reef.
Assembled with a group of about 300 people, 90% of whom were Chineese, all on the Island to celebrate Chineese New Year.
The catamaran trip out Posted by helencosgrave in Helen & Nick in Australia & New Zealand | Jan 29, 2017
- Port Fairy and WarrnamboolPort Fairy and Warrnambool 26-30 Jan
Our next base was the historical Irish town, Koroit. The small town positioned us well to explore the local Tower Hill Reserves (Crater/Lake) and then to Port Fairy (population 2870) and [b]Warrnambool Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 29, 2017
- Day 26 Bottom Half of Western Australia[center][/center]Scenery at Northampton
Today, we depart early from Geraldton and head along Highway 1, the NW Coastal Highway to Kalbarri, our destination for a couple of nights.
It is Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 28, 2017
- Days 24 & 25 Bottom Half of Western Australia[center][/center]
Today, we leave Mullewa and head to the city of Geraldton, the home of some impressive buildings, churches, museums and memorials. Known as either "sun city" or "windy Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 28, 2017
- 2016 Aussirose Photos
THIS IS MY 2ND ALL TIME FAVOURITE PHOTO.
I HAVE PRINTED THIS OUT IN ALUMINIUM ... SAME AS THE RED LEAF SHOT
TAKEN IN VANCOUVER 2015.
MY PHOTO SITE HAD A WEEKLY COMPETITION THEME - "BUBBL Posted by aussirose in Aussirose Favourite Photos | Jan 27, 2017
- The Great Barrier Reef
24 January 2017 -
I was woken during the night by the sound of torrential rain. I got up to check the towels that we Posted by Pollyaway in Fulfilling a Dream - Australia 2017 | Jan 27, 2017
- Ballarat and Sovereign HillBallarat (population 93 501)
Ballarat is arguably the most significant Victorian era gold rush boomtown in Australia. Just months after Victoria was granted separation from the state of New South Wales, the Victorian gold rush transformed Ballar Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 26, 2017
- Australia DayWe finished off our trip to the Blue Mountains with a trip to Bygone Beauties, this is a tea house and a teapot museum. The museum has a collection of over 5,000 teapots from all around the world.(I couldn't Posted by helencosgrave in Helen & Nick in Australia & New Zealand | Jan 26, 2017
- The Second Leg
14/1/2017 - We left the City centre this morning and took a cab to South Melbourne to pick up our rental car. A simple paperwork process completed and a quick check of the vehicle to Posted by Pollyaway in Fulfilling a Dream - Australia 2017 | Jan 26, 2017
- 2014 Aussirose Photos
WE WERE AT A PHOTOGRAPHY SHOOT AT ARALUEN BOTANICAL GARDENS IN THE
HILLS OF PERTH. I WAS INTERESTED IN DOING SOME MACRO SHOOTING.
FIRST TIME USING MY MACRO LENS.
WITH THE HEL Posted by aussirose in Aussirose Favourite Photos | Jan 25, 2017
- 2013 Aussirose PhotosHUBBY AND I HAVE TAKEN A REAL INTEREST IN PHOTOGRAPHY.
AFTER SEEING HUBBY'S WONDERFUL PHOTOS TAKE IN EUROPE IN 2011
I FINALLY DECIDED TO JOIN THE WORLD OF DSLR PHOTGRAPHY AND BOUGHT
MYSELF A DSLR CANON 60D CAMERA.
HUBBY AND I HAVE Posted by aussirose in Aussirose Favourite Photos | Jan 25, 2017
- Our home townThis is our home, a small seaside town a little over an hours drive north from Sydney Harbour Bridge, half the way by freeway.
It's a weekend and holiday destination, especially for people who live in Sydney, which means we have Posted by ColinBramson in Terrigal | Jan 24, 2017
- Walhalla and Philip IslandWalhalla is a small village that was once a thriving gold mining town, from 1863-1914. 73000 tonnes of gold was mined here. In its heyday there was a population of over 3,000 people, 10 hotels, 7 churches a school Posted by Johannstock in Johann & Noelene's Trip to Tasmania | Jan 23, 2017
- Time to relax for a couple of daysFrom the quaint town of Wagin we got to drive through some more nice undulating fields and hills before reaching York at the banks of Swan River. York had been settled just a few years after Perth and features historical Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 23, 2017
- Day 23 Bottom Half of Western Australia[center][/center]
Another day, another drive!
Today, we are following the 115km round trip from Mullewa - Northern Loop. Roads are sealed and many are sandy/gravel - (40 Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 21, 2017
- Grampians National ParkGrampians National Park 16-21 Jan 2017
At the lower end of the Grampians we spent a night at Dunkeld (Population 350), allowing us time to research the park and plan all the walks we wanted to do. We knew the Grampians Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 20, 2017
- Day 22 Bottom half of Western Australia continued[center][/center]
We are staying at Mullewa for several nights as this is one of the best places to find wildflowers in W.A. Be fore-warned, the population swells greatly during the wild Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 20, 2017
- Lower Glenelg National ParkLower Glenelg National Park. 12-14 Dec
The main reason we wanted to camp here was to possibly see the Gang-gang Cockatoo. And we were so happy to camp where they came to feed every day! Some days we saw upwards of Posted by ChrisHenriette in Our big lap around Australia in 2016 | Jan 20, 2017
- Day 22 Bottom Half of Western Australia[center][center]
We stayed at the council run Mullewa Caravan Park, located on Lovers Lane on the edge of town.. It's a very popular park as it's very cheap and well maintained, so you w Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 19, 2017
- IntroductionThis is a blog about the Everton ( Boys) Family's trip to Taiwan in early 2017.
You can zoom in on below map, if you click on the green circle's of cities we have visited it will show a description of Posted by virtualweb in Everton Boys in Taiwan 2017 | Jan 13, 2017
- Pebbly BeachThere are many reasons to visit Australia, and one of them without a doubt is to see kangaroo on a beach. Well where else?
After spending a couple of days roaming around the most bori Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Jan 18, 2017
- Day 21 Bottom Half of Western Australia continued[center][/center]
Mount Magnet had some wonderful scenery and excellent tourist drives to follow. We did them and now are making our way to wildflower country by heading to the small tow Posted by balhannahrise in Time to hit the road | Jan 18, 2017