Darwin to Adelaide 2015. Day 3-4. Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles 13.07.2017

A walk in a sacred place called Devils marbles or Karlu Karlu.
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Darwin to Adelaide 2015. Day 3. Stuart Highway: Mataranka - Tennant Creek - Wauchope 06.07.2017

Darwin to Adelaide 2015. Day 3. Stuart Highway: Mataranka - Tennant Creek - Wauchope.

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Darwin to Adelaide 2015. Day 2. Nitmilik NPL Butterfly Gorge Walk, Cutta Cutta Caves, Mataranka Thermal Springs 27.06.2017

Darwin to Adelaide 2015. Day 2. Nitmilik NPL Butterfly Gorge Walk, Cutta Cutta Caves, Mataranka Thermal Springs.

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Australia, Northern Territory, Katherine and Surrounds 0
Darwin to Adelaide 2015. Day 1. Darwin - Pine Creek - Edith Falls 21.06.2017

Day 1: Darwin - Pine Creek - Edith Falls

Australia, Northern Territory, Katherine and Surrounds 0
Kanawinka Geo Park - Lakes and Craters Precinct 17.06.2017

The Kanawinka Geopark’s spectacular and intriguing volcanic landscape also offers a range of other visitor experiences, from a 45-minute tour to the surface of Mount Gambier’s Blue Lake, to the 45 minute walk up Mount Schank and down to the crater floor. Here are some archive photos from  Lakes and Craters Precinct made in Dec 2013.

Australia, Victoria, Colac 0
Ginger.... 26.05.2017

Our belowed Ginger is no longer with us.....

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Mount Macedon: Forest Glade Gardens 16.05.2017

Forest Glade is a historic private garden that is acknowledged as one of the most beautiful in Australia. It embraces a mixture of landscaping styles taking inspiration from English, Italian and woodland traditions. There are four distinct themes, including the large English section with its huge exotic trees, the Japanese section complete with bonsai house, the woodland area displaying masses of shade-loving plants and the cool fern gully.

There are no bad times to visit Forest Glade Gardens - in autumn the various maples are in a riot of colour, while in spring the rhododendrons, azaleas and peonies are a sight to see. Both summer and winter bring their own very special treats for garden lovers.

Australia, Victoria, Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges 0
Autumn in the Macedon Ranges - Duneira Estate 09.05.2017

Duneira, a historic house and garden at Mt Macedon, is approximately 1-1.5h drive from Melbourne. The 1875 historic Victorian homestead is in excellent condition and is warm and inviting. With its own magical climate and fresh air, Duneira is a place of timeless elegance and beauty, with a touch of old England.

The house is situated in a large and very beautiful English style estate with sequences of walled gardens and enormous trees around pleasant rolling lawns. You'd be forgiven if you thought you stumbled thru the looking glass & ended up in an English garden... Majestic long driveway lined with towering Elms, bluebells & forget-me-nots, holly hedges, expansive lawns, lilac bushes, chestnuts, oaks to name a few. Your eyes are drawn to abundant roses, camellias, azaleas & rhododendrons in flower & other annuals not in bloom. Trees - both deciduous, evergreen & indigenous including some exotic species.

Photographers haven and must visit in spring and autumn!

PS: We are changing the format of our posts. No more text under cut, only photos :) Enjoy!

Australia, Victoria, Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges 0
Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2017 26.04.2017

Whether you’re a gardener, a buyer, a floral designer or you simply have a sprouting interest in horticulture, attending a flower and garden show is one of the best ways to experience the beauty of nature with like-minded enthusiasts. Every year at Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show talented local and international designers compete head to head to create stunning and memorable display gardens.

Australia, Victoria, Melbourne 0
Visit to Eureka Skydeck 88 20.09.2016

Eureka is a 200,000-tonne, 92-storey building in Melbourne which cost an estimated $0.5 billion to build, including 24-carat gold plating at top. It is 297.3 metres tall and when opened in 2006 it was briefly Australia's tallest building. The observation deck (Eureka Skydeck 88) occupies the entire 88th floor of the Eureka Tower and is one of the popular tourist attractions in Melbourne.

As for us, it is one of the best places to show the beauty of Melbourne to our overseas guests.

Let's go!

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