This park has incredible tall trees....and I was wondering, looking at the top, like a little kid
I was in Mildura few weeks ago, which is around 500Km north of Melbourne. I visited this billabong/lake as I wanted to compared it with my last visit 3 years ago, when drought was on.....well, water is back, at a nice and comfortable level.
The spring is arriving and the rain with it. This red table at the cheese factory in the Mornington Pensula, just an hour trip from Melbourne, is such an highlight in this photo. Believe me, I did not move it there, far too much rain ahahhaah.
I found this place with the red soil typical of the outback. You add the dead tree and the deep blue in the background. What an NT combination, don't you think so. And the fantastic thing is that you can at the end have a swim or a jacuzzi, in the small waterfalls you find here and there on the Werribee.
I wanted to post this photo as a Melbourne place, because really, is less than an hour by car from the CBD, or even less if you are on the North side of it. The place is not close to Werribee town, I know confusing. The name comes from the Werribee river that cuts the gorge in two parts. I →
This is an incredible Park in Anglesea, Victoria. It's called Coogoorah, and it is really worth a visit. It's not too far away from the center of Anglesea. Ideal for a BBQ. There is a river going through and it creates these corners that were probably used for movies with dinosaurs!! It seems so Palaeolithic era. The colours and contrast with →
I was really impressed by the size of the trees in the Dandenong National Park. Like a kid the first time in a big city, I spent most of my time watching up in the sky, looking for the top of the forest. I felt like the end of the trees was the border to "another" world, and the rustle →
The only way to give a size to something in a photo is to add people or a known object. Why not adding myself here. I was really surprised by the size of the trees in the Dandenong National Park. This one probably could contain a full basketball team!! Of course, reading here and there you realize how the Dandendong →
I always consider Dandenong to be part of Melbourne, or at least the Greater Melbourne Area. Am I right here? Probably the locals prefer to be "different" and not really Melburnians as such. Any comment here is more than welcome. Beside the location, the Dandenong Forest is just spectacular, especially considering how close to the CBD is. An easy trip →