Dangar Falls

Dangar Falls is located just outside of the town of Dorrigo, which is between Coffs Harbour and Armidale in northern NSW. It is part of the area known as Waterfall Way, which as indicated by its name, has many spectacular waterfalls on display. Because we were popping in for an afternoon, we only stopped atContinue reading “Dangar Falls”

Paperbark Forest Boardwalk, Agnes Water

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 aContinue reading “Paperbark Forest Boardwalk, Agnes Water”

Arthur’s Seat

Following on from my post last week, Arthur’s Seat is another place that I revisited recently after spending many hours there growing up. It is a lovely area that has so much to offer, from beautiful gardens and lovely walks to gondola rides (or a chairlift as it was when I was growing up). ItContinue reading “Arthur’s Seat”

Cape Schanck Rock Pools

In my previous post I mentioned that I have been spending time with my family and going adventuring with them. So in the coming weeks I thought I would share some of my experiences of our adventures with you. I spent some of my childhood years growing up on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. AndContinue reading “Cape Schanck Rock Pools”

Venturing Out Again

It has been a long six months of lockdowns and restrictions in Sydney, but things are starting to change! Slowly, everything is opening back up, which also means that exploring and adventuring are an option again. And I am SO excited! For the first time since I started my blog, I am actually able toContinue reading “Venturing Out Again”

Breakfast at the Top of the Yellow Arrow

I have written in previous posts about my experience walking the Green Arrow track in Cairns, so today we are moving on to the Yellow Arrow track! This walk is located in the Mt Whitfield Conservational Park and is 1.9km long with a steady uphill climb. When I lived in the area I had seenContinue reading “Breakfast at the Top of the Yellow Arrow”

Shades of Green

“What’s your favourite colour?” When I was growing up, my answer to this question changed constantly. It would depend on many different things such as how I was feeling at the time, who was around me and what colours they liked, and what colours I could see at that specific moment. But for many yearsContinue reading “Shades of Green”

The Beauty of Creation

We live in a world that is full of so much beauty, particularly in nature – the majesty of the mountains… the elegance of a swan gliding across a lake. I have always loved getting out and exploring – seeing new things and enjoying God’s creation. But I can sometimes forget to do this, particularlyContinue reading “The Beauty of Creation”