Dragon’s Head @ Rye 16th Beach

As the name suggests, the rock formation at Number 16th Beach in Rye looks exactly like a Dragon’s Head. I first learned about Dragon’s Head from fellow Instagrammers. Like my adventures to capture the Mangrove Tree at Tenby Point , my adventures to Dragon’s Head wasn’t without its failures the first time around. The first…

Oliver’s Hill Lookout @ Frankston

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to visit the coastal regions of the Mornington Peninsula. One spot of interest for photographers, travelers, and landscape admirers alike is Oliver’s Hill Lookout located along the Nepean Highway. For the most part, Nepean Highway is fairly flat. It raises substantially just on the outskirts of Frankston,making…

Sweeping Sea views @ Arthurs Seat

Every time the weekend comes, we are always blessed with good weather. Mon-Fri, you see gloomy grey winter skies and rain, but Saturday and Sunday arrives and hello sunshine. Making the most of this exceptionally good weather, off I went on another roadtrip. This time, we went to Arthurs Seat. The first two times I was there, I just passing by and never really got to stop and appreciate the views. This time, I made sure to stop by at every possible lookout point and take as many photos as I could.

Arthurs Seat is the highest point of the Mornington Peninsular Region. It is dotted with lookout points, picnic areas, walking tracks and lots of tourist attractions! The road up the summit is called Arthurs Seat Road as creative as a road name gets. It is fun to drive along because it isn’t too narrow where you are consonantly fretting about going over the line or giving way to cars coming in the opposite direction. It is wide, up-hill, twisty and the views alongside it are spectacular.

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…

Happy New Year @ Mornington Peninsula

2015 has gone by in an eye-blink, and I cannot believe it is New Years already. Happy 2016 everyone! May it be filled with awesome-ness and adventure!! Like last year, New Years was spent with family by the sunny coastline of Mornington Peninsula. This coastal town is located in the south-east region of Melbourne and…