Beach day every day, even if it’s slightly overcast 🏄🏻♂️ I just uploaded my first “review” video on YouTube! I review the new(ish) GoPro Hero 7 and would love you to check it out (link in bio) 😊
Edited with my presets! Woohoo dm for any questions :) #whatheck 🧡
The middle one is ours 👌 Although Jervis Bay is a popular coastal spot, I booked this farmland nature retreat 10 minutes drive inland. Our accommodation was one of these custom-built boatsheds perched over a lake, with a small balcony to relax on while we listened to the sound of water lapping beneath our feet. What a dream! 😌
The moods of Mt Geryon. Swipe across to see the gallery.
Camping in this area, with Mt Geryon and the Acropolis watching over the land like a silent sentinel, felt like I had been thrust into a primitive and untouched world. Tasmania’s wild places are some of the most beautiful in Australia, which I am hoping to explore further later this year.
Sadly, dry fires have been sparked in the southwest region over the last few days, putting stunning wilderness areas at risk of devastation. While these fires have been the course of nature, always do your best to leave no trace wherever you go, and protect amazing places like these.
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Still haven’t made plans for Australia Day?
If you like live music, great Aussie food and drink specials then maybe you should consider spending your day with us!
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#FLASHBACKFRIDAY: HOT HOT HOT
We hope you've been able to survive this heatwave! This hot weather inspires our throwback today as we look at high temperatures in the district of yesteryear. .
Berrigan is no stranger to heat waves and sweltering temperatures during the Summer, and many newspaper articles make reference to the warm weather. The mid-40s in particular saw the district melt under record temperatures, as well as covered in dust. .
The Central Queensland Herald reported in November 1944 that:
'The Chief Agricultural Instructor at Berrigan (Mr Bowmaker) said that the whole of the Berrigan district was enveloped in a dense, red covering of dust, "You can hardly seen anything,' he said. "Every time you breathe you take in dust. Holdings where men have put in a lifetime of work are derelict." The highest shade temperature for November 1944 was 104 degrees Fahrenheit, which equates to 40*C.
Record temperatures were felt in December 1945, with 115 degrees Fahrenheit registered in Berrigan, which is on par with current temperatures of 46*C.
We can count ourselves lucky that we can retreat from the heat in air-conditioned homes and businesses. Make sure you keep cool and hydrated, and check in on friends, family and neighbours during this hot period. Also, make sure your pets are coping in heat!
If you're interested in looking a more historical weather and climate data, check out the Bureau of Meteorology. .
Forster is filled with fun-times aplenty. Whether it’s a short break with the family, or you’re planning to stay several weeks, there’s plenty to keep everyone entertained all within cooee of this lovely park. #forster#reflectionsholidayparks 📷| @rubymatley
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spending our lives chasing stories to tell when we’re old 🔮
this night we racked up a few goodens😂
Now to decide on a spot and finally unload the surfboards that we have been carting around Australia. .
It wouldn’t be a road trip down the coast without a stop in Byron. Excited to be back on familiar turf, We checked all the possible surf spots to see what was happening.
Ended up stopping last last night at a road side truck stop just out of Gympie, had the worst nights sleep of our lives (Battling mosquitoes 🦟) ... so we left before the sun came up and made it to Byron for breakfast. Try and spot the dolphins passing through. Made it back to New South Wales ! .
The year (2018) was quite an adventurous year for me. The energy in me was just crazy. It was all about embracing nature and the outdoors while capturing memories and creating content through photography. As for this year (2019), it's all about taking it a notch higher by trying out new experiences and interests, from the mountains to the seas. I look forward to more travels and exciting adventures.