On the Road

Apologies for the long hiatus. I’ve been on a much needed screen break.

As a reward to self for finishing my thesis last August, I decided to drive to Tasmania via the NSW and Victorian coastal roads during the summer break. After five weeks on the road, I crossed into South Australia at Mt Gambier today and will commence the homeward journey tomorrow, which I anticipate will take anywhere up to a week.

Following are some of the highlights from the journey so far: 35 pics representing 35 days…

Day 1 – Newtown, Sydney

Day 2 – Sea Cliff Bridge

Day 3 – Rorschach test: peeling paint or map of the world? What do you see?

Day 4 – Ulladulla Harbour

Day 5 – Bermagui Blue Pool

Day 6 – Lakes Entrance

Day 7 – Raymond Island

Day 8 – Mornington Peninsula

Day 9 – Brady’s Lookout

Day 10 – Smoke haze as Tasmania burned

Day 11 – Flowering gum getting ready to bloom at Legana

Day 12 – Bridport

Day 13 – Cousin John’s amazing pole house

Day 14 – Scoparia up Mt Barrow

Day 15 – New boots – thanks bro!

Day 16 – Zorb Ball, Cataract Gorge

Day 17 – Leaning Church Vineyard

Day 18 – Notley Fern Gorge with Al

Day 19 – Kosaten Japanese Restaurant

Day 20 – Festivale

Day 21 – Bruny Island Neck Game Reserve

Day 22 – Pennicott Boat Tour – Bruny Island

Day 23 – Fluted Cape Walk

Day 24 – Nebraska Beach, North Bruny island

Day 25 – Cape Queen Elizabeth

Day 26 – Gin tasting flight

Day 27 – Hanging Rock

Day 28 – Bells Beach

Day 29 – Giant Redwoods, Great Otway National Park

Day 30 – Gibson Stairs

Day 31 – Razorback, Loch Ard Gorge

Day 32 – Seagulls, Port Campbell

Day 33 – Griffiths Island, Port Fairy

Day 34 – Sunset from my hotel room, Portland

Day 35 – Roadside koala

Though far from comprehensive, I hope this post has provided a taste of what the past five weeks held. I will endeavour to post more pics from my time on Bruny Island and on the Great Ocean Road in the coming days. In the meantime, let me know if you’d like more pics or more details about any of these adventures…

I could get used to this lifestyle… xo

4 thoughts on “On the Road

    • Haha thanks Wes! I thought youโ€™d like that one! Hope things are starting to thaw where you are and that you can strap on those hiking boots again soon.

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    • Hahaha I know right?!!! Iโ€™ve never seen them in the wild until this summer. Then first at Raymond Island and then just casually crossing the road down the Victorian coast. They are so ridiculously cute. You have to come back so we can go on a koala hunting roadtrip ๐Ÿจ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿš—

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