Ceduna marked the start of our 1200 km trip across the Eyre Highway from SA to WA via the Nullarbor Plain – the world’s largest limestone landscape, which was once a part of the ocean floor!
Ceduna jetty, quick picture before setting off on our long journey across the Nullarbor Plain
The windmills at Penong
One of the famous Nullabor roadtrip signs
Reaching the vast and treeless plain
Coastal lookout – one of the only things to stop and look at on the journey!
Big road train at Border Village roadhouse
We drove round the Eyre Peninsula and stopped in all of the beautiful bays and fishing ports along the way, taking in the amazing coastal scenery
Nice views of the ocean from the lookout at Whyalla
Port Gibbon beach, continuing down the Eyre Peninsula
Watching the pelicans at Arno Bay
Stopping for a picture of the jetty at Tumby Bay
Stopping for the night in Coffin Bay
Watching the oyster boats at work the following morning
Crossing the dunes at Sheringa Beach
Relaxing at the bottom of the steps down to Locks Well Beach
Going for a stroll along the quiet beach
Time to relax in the sun at Elliston Beach
Taking the scenic ocean drive at Elliston
Strange sculptures on the clifftops
Rugged coastline and amazing blue sea
View from the jetty
Visit to Murphy’s Haystacks, rock formations said to be over 1500 million years old!
Final jetty of the day at Streaky Bay!
We travelled the Great Ocean Road in April 2014, one of the world’s most scenic drives! The unforgettable journey stretched over 240 km along the south eastern coast, and took us 3 days.
The famous Bells Beach near Torquay (known for the film ‘Point Break’) – the start of our Great Ocean Road trip
Lookout at Aireys Inlet
Split Point Lighthouse – used in the filming of children’s TV program ‘Round the Twist’
Driving towards the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch
Erskine Falls near Lorne
Sitting in the sun after a swim
We took the 86 steps down to Gibsons Beach!
The 12 Apostles
Bay or Martyrs
Almost at the end of the coastal drive, ,we stopped for lunch in Warrnambool
Watching the emus at Tower Hill Reserve
Port Fairy, last stop off before heading towards the South Australia border
We spent a day exploring the beautiful and scenic Blue Mountains National Park
Gazing out over the stunning mountains at Wentworth Falls lookout
View of the falls
Finding our way about the Leura Cascades walking trail
Stopping for a picture by the cascades
Capturing the beautiful scenery
The famous Three Sisters at Echo Point
Getting a closer look through the binoculars at Govett’s Leap
Loving life on the Gold Coast!
We spent a few days in Hervey Bay and took a trip to the heritage listed Fraser Island – the largest sand island in the world!
Hervey Bay Marina
Exploring the sandcastle ruins close to Urangan Pier
The start of our trip to Fraser Island!
First stop off – admiring the emerald green waters of Lake Wabby
Disappointed by the weather at Lake McKenzie
Walking through the rainforest at Wanggoolba Creek, near Central Station
Maheno shipwreck on 75 mile beach
Swimming at Eli Creek
Enjoying the freshwater stream
Stopping for a photo of the Pinnacles
Going for a dip at Champagne Pools
Viewpoint from the boardwalk overlooking Corroboree Beach and Indian Head
Final stop of the day at the top of Indian Head
We drove through the Glass House Mountains National Park in the Sunshine Coast hinterland and stopped for a picture
We spent a night camping at Tamborine Mountain in the Gold Coast hinterland and enjoyed bush walking and building camp fires!
Setting up our camp spot by the late at Tamborine Mountain National Park
View of the hinterland from Rotary Lookout
Bush walking near Witches Falls
Exploring a fallen tree!
Having a wander round Eagle Heights Resort gardens
View from the gardens. We could see the Gold Coast in the distance
Visiting the Botanic Gardens
Tamborine Mountain Heritage Centre
Having a drink and keeping warm by our camp fire