My husband and I have travelled extensively throughout Australia and have seen a lot of out-of-the-way places, most of which are a little off the beaten track. It would blow your mind to know that there are numerous natural wonders in our country that some of you wouldn’t even know existed. I’ve come up with…
Throughout my travels around Australia I was fortunate to witness and capture some of the most extraordinary beauty that compels me to present a photographic study of the best of the best of Australia.
Australia’s greatest waterway, the mighty Murray River is the longest river in Australia and forms part of the Lakes Alexandrina and Albert and the Coorong where it meets the sea.
The Eyre Peninsula is a travel experience you won’t want to miss. There are few experiences in life that can parallel the surreal opportunity of interacting with wildlife in their natural environments.
Victor Harbor has just about everything you could want for a relaxing holiday: Sun, surf and sand; clear turquoise waters and stunning views; outstanding early colonial architecture; and good pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Streaky Bay is a charming seaside town on the West Eyre Peninsula of South Australia, which has good shopping, sports facilities and an array of accommodation options.
Situated on Boston Bay, one of the largest protected natural harbours in the world and three times the size of Sydney Harbour, Port Lincoln is the home to Australia’s largest commercial fishing fleet.
Looking back over photos of our trip around Australia and in particular South Australia it was difficult to select the highlights. There were so many! Our trip took us mainly around the coastal regions of South Australia from the border of Victoria along the Limestone Coast, The Coorong, Lake Alexandrina and Murray River, the Fleurieu…