Posts tagged australia
Golden Hour in the Blue Mountains

Photo diary of an afternoon spent soaking in the golden sun exploring one of Australia's most breathtaking natural landscapes. This World Heritage-listed area is must-see when staying in Sydney, the Blue Mountains are located only 2 hours outside of the city and are accessible by train. 

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Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens

Nestled in the lush hinterland of Byron Shire is a place where the natural world is sacred & celebrated. 5 acres of private botanical gardens dotted in statues, giant crystals, and subtropical rainforest nestled in the lush hinterland of Byron Shire lies the Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens. 

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Mr. Mountain and Life inside the Volcano

Meet James Mckenzie, the patriarch of one of the pioneering families that settled in the Tweed Valley in the late 1800's. For over 6 generations, the Mckenzies have owned and managed over 500 acres of mountain covered in subtropical rainforest & eucalyptus nestled in the immense caldera of an extinct shield volcano - the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. 
 

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Jam Night - Agnes Water

You may not have heard of Agnes Water & 1770, these twin coastal towns are sometimes left off of the list of places you must visit as you make your way along Australia's east coast - perhaps that is one of the reasons that make this area is so special. Situated in Central Queensland, this region is known as the Discovery Coast - marking Captain Cook's first contact with the state. Agnes Water is also home to the most northerly surf beach on the east coast - a beautiful place to get your fill of surf before the start of the reef. 
 

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