I have been a busy little beaver in the past few weeks, so apologies for missing my post last week – I was taking some time out to enjoy a well-earned rest before starting work again. But during my holiday I went all over, from Victoria to Queensland and then back to NSW, including a 6-day road trip. All of this to say, I have a lot more exciting blog content coming up, so stay tuned!
To start us off, I wanted to share about one of the stops on the road trip, to Agnes Water and more specifically a short walk that we did, the Paperbark Forest Boardwalk. I have actually been to Agnes Water before and have already written a blog post about it, so go check that out! But when I visited previously I didn’t know about the boardwalk, I only found out about it later. So when the opportunity arose to go back, I was very keen to visit.
The Paperbark Forest Boardwalk is a very short walk, it is actually only 400 metres long, and as the name suggests, it is a walk through a forest as opposed to a walk along the beach. The only thing that I knew going into the walk was that there were some cool looking steppingstones (which there were), but the whole walk was really beautiful. Everything was so green and vibrant!
It didn’t take us long to do the walk, but we took a little extra time to take some pictures (shout out to my brother for patiently taking lots of photos for me!) It is a great short stop to fit in around other activities when you are out for the day because it is not a big commitment, but it is certainly worth a visit if you are in the area!
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I love that photo of you!!!
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