Eden offered up an intriguing and unique natural history that left us hungry for more.
From kangaroos and emus at breakfast, to seals and snakes, our next leg of the journey was unexpectedly populated with wildlife and great views.
On the beach kangaroo trail, hidden guerrilla bays and finding shelter for the night – the South Coast continues to be an adventure!
White sands, nature and a struggle to find a campsite – thanks for everything Jervis Bay!
Rainforests, nature, plenty of wombats, a free campsite and a hangry Jess. Good times.
The out-of-this-world rock formations had us snap happy and reflective, before hitting up the blow holes of Kiama.
On our second day on the road, we explore Shellharbour and it’s surrounds; swimming, eating and adventuring with a quick car fix.
Libby and I have converted our 99′ Honda CR-V into a two person camper and are heading from our home town of Newcastle down the South Coast of NSW, taking our time to take in the sights.
I don’t want to be the Aussie associated with the phrase “oh here comes trouble” (though if used endearingly I will not object!), I came here to be la Parisienne. To drink the wine, kiss les mecs and flâner along the Seine on a cool evening. But then again, maybe I should embrace it.
It’s about time you put away the all high-and-mighty “I’m no tourist” babble and accept that you are visiting and experiencing this earth as new each day.