After wandering around in the Christmas crowds looking in the festive shop windows we get the feeling that we don’t need to shop, it’s somehow too hot for Christmas, we left the snow behind us back in Munich. Read More

Halls Gap

It’s 2,1 km via the grand canyon to the summit, but it’s a tough climb and let’s be honest it’s boiling ! We have sunblock, water and hats, it’s not enough really although we see other walkers without any of these basic things. The summit is spectacular, the Pinnacle. It leans out over the edge of the rock face high above the valley, the view stretches out across the plains to Ballarat and down the valley. Read More

The 12 Apostles


A staircase has been cut into the cliff face leading down to the beach 90m below, it’s spectacular, the waves roll onto the beach underneath the towering cliff face. Read More

Heading down the Great Ocean Road

Just along the coast with a small detour is the famous Bells Beach home of the surfers firm Rip-Curl, we take the steps down onto the beach the power of the surf is evident even if today the surf is calm, we watch one or two surfers on the rocky cove to the side of the beach. Read More

Circling Dove Lake

Circling Dove Lake / As we reach the boathouse on the way back it’s close to six-o-clock and the sky has clouded over, so the most popular photographic spot on Dove Lake is difficult to do justice. We catch the bus back and stay at the National Park campsite as the temperature continues to fall, we are in for a cold night in the mountains. Read More

Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay / We take our time to walk along the sands, the sea is so clear rolling onto the empty beach, the blue sky high above is filled with small puffs of cloud. Breathtaking … Read More