Erskine Falls @ Great Ocean Road Lorne

A trip to Lorne would not be complete without visiting Erskine Falls. Unlike other waterfalls in the vicinity, Erskine Falls seems to be the most renowned and most popular in the Lorne area. We arrived at Erskine Falls closing in to 4pm and yet there were stillΒ  so many people around. I had to wait…

Sheoak Falls @ Great Ocean Road Lorne

The steamy forty degree heat of summer dropped to a lovely 25 degrees last weekend, so taking that as a good opportunity to roadtrip, we went on a spontaneous trip down the Great Ocean Road to chase waterfalls. In the morning, however, the weather was a bit of a hit and miss. One second it…

Teddy’s Lookout @ Great Ocean Road

Welcome to the long awaited summer holidays. I am done with all my coursework. That means no more lectures, no more studying for exams, no more assignments, no more going to university. All that is left are two placements. Given how slow things are moving, I doubt the university will find me a placement any…

Canola Field Hunting @ Melbourne

Last years this time, I found out about the Canola Fields out in the regional / rural parts of Melbourne. Being the budding photography and keen road-tripper than I am, of course I had to go and make my mark on those fields of gold. Read the original blog post here. A year has gone…

Sea Adeventures @ Sorrento-Queenscliff

My summer ended with a roadtrip to Sorrento. Using the tollway, it would have taken one hour and a half hours from Melbourne, but because I wanted to take the more scenic route along the Esplanade, it took a solid two hours. It was one of those days that started off dull, with the sky…

Summer Vibes by the Sea @ Geelong Waterfront

Here’s a long overdue post from last Tuesday – Australia Day! To celebrate, off we went to Geelong Waterfront which is part of the Bellarine region. Unlike the green and hilly Yarra Valley Region which I know inside and out, I know nothing about the seaside Bellarine area. Reading up on my geography, this region…

Fields of Gold @ the Canola Fields

Check out my 2016 Canola Photo-shoot here … Spring is the season of blooming flowers and renewal after those cold and gloomy winter days. What’s good to do during the Springtime here in Melbourne? I would instantly say, road-trip over to Little River and Point Wilson to see the Canola Fields. It is literally fields…