Tag: coastal

  • Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island

    Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island

    It was a cloudy and windy summer’s day, typical of unpredictable Victorian weather, and my friends and I had decided to embark on a short hike. Phillip Island is a popular holiday destination, located a two-hour drive south of Melbourne. The island is well-known for its Penguin Parade, where you can watch cute Little Penguins…

  • Great Ocean Walk Day 6 – Devils Kitchen to the 12 Apostles

    Great Ocean Walk Day 6 – Devils Kitchen to the 12 Apostles

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Eastern Maar peoples and the Wadawurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the Great Otway National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that I have profited…

  • Great Ocean Walk Day 5 – Ryans Den to Devils Kitchen

    Great Ocean Walk Day 5 – Ryans Den to Devils Kitchen

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Eastern Maar peoples and the Wadawurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the Great Otway National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that I have profited…

  • Great Ocean Walk Day 4 – Aire River to Ryans Den

    Great Ocean Walk Day 4 – Aire River to Ryans Den

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Eastern Maar peoples and the Wadawurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the Great Otway National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that I have profited…

  • Great Ocean Walk Day 3 – Cape Otway to Aire River

    Great Ocean Walk Day 3 – Cape Otway to Aire River

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Eastern Maar peoples and the Wadawurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the Great Otway National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that I have profited…

  • Great Ocean Walk Day 2 – Elliot Ridge to Cape Otway

    Great Ocean Walk Day 2 – Elliot Ridge to Cape Otway

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Eastern Maar peoples and the Wadawurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the Great Otway National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that I have profited…

  • Reliving Nineteenth Century with the Lightstation’s Keeper: Cape Otway

    With stunning views of the vast ocean, vibrant green landscapes and thriving wildlife, Cape Otway has a lot up its sleeve to offer a seeker and a traveller.  As I stepped onto the trail leading to Cape Otway Lighthouse, it already felt as if I had embarked on a voyage through time, following in the…

  • Great Ocean Walk Day 1 – Apollo Bay to Elliot Ridge

    Great Ocean Walk Day 1 – Apollo Bay to Elliot Ridge

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Eastern Maar peoples and the Wadawurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the Great Otway National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that I have profited…

  • Exploring the Majestic Heights: A Mesmerising Bushwalk at Marriners Lookout

    Hey there! I’m excited to be back and share with you the incredible adventure I had on my recent bushwalk at Marriners Lookout. Located in the picturesque town of Apollo Bay, Victoria, this spot offers a fantastic viewpoint to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region. Join me as I take you through…

  • A Day Walk within Wilsons Promontory National Park – Mount Bishop Summit via Tidal Overlook Circuit, Lilly Pilly Link Track and Lilly Pilly Circuit

    A Day Walk within Wilsons Promontory National Park –  Mount Bishop Summit via Tidal Overlook Circuit, Lilly Pilly Link Track and Lilly Pilly Circuit

    First, I would like to acknowledge both the Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations and the Brataualung people of the Gunaikurnai Nations as the traditional owners of Wilsons Promontory National Park. I want to pay my respects to the past, present and any Indigenous people among us today. I also want to acknowledge that…