Kangaroo Island’s abundance of wildlife and natural wonders attract hundreds of thousands tourists each year, one of those natural attractions is the Admiral’s Arch, located on the island’s western coast.
If you happened to be in Katoomba or Leura region of the Blue Mountains on the wet and rainy day – don’t miss Leura Cascades, if you are lucky, they will be filled with water and present a truly nice view.
What I like about Sydney’s Blue Mountains is that among all famous and heavily promoted tourist places you can always find a quiet and serene spot, where you can enjoy the view without being crowded by hundreds of people. Read more…
Visible within 35 kilometer radius, this small lighthouse in Sydney’s North battles the elements and weather since its’ construction in 1881.
The first light at this location has been registered in 1855, back then a fire was raised in a basket to guide ships through stormy conditions.
If somebody asked me what is my favourite place in Blue Mountains, I would definitely think about this spot. This gem is located just 7 kilometers from Blackheath and getting there involves some dirt road driving, walking and hiking. All of this combined with great views makes this location a perfect place to experience Blue Mountains.
A “largest of its kind” since 1935, Merewether Baths is a great swimming and photographic location just outside Newcastle. Numbered diving blocks installed on the both sides make this ocean pool unique comparing to a hundred of others along the coast.
Turimetta is a relatively small, 350m long beach, located in the Sydney’s Northern Beaches district, just next to the Narrabeen beach. Two access trails start at the Narrabeen Park Pde and Peal Pl.
Alligator Gorge is a few meters wide canyon that cuts through the old quartzite rocks in the northern part of the Mount Remarkable National Park in South Australia.
I’m sure that like many other ruins, this old farmhouse have it’s own special story to tell, but unfortunately I couldn’t find any information about this old farm. Read more…
Waukaringa Ruins are the remains of the old hotel. These ruins are located in the middle of the South Austrlian desert, 34 kilometers from the nearest town – Yunta. To get there from Yunta, follow the unsealed road to Arkaroola. Read more…