Escaping the winter blues.
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As much as I consider myself a summer baby, winter along Australia’s east coast holds a special place in my heart. It is a beautiful and peaceful time of year to spend by the sea. The days are shorter and we find ourselves making the most of each moment and the winter sun before retiring to the warmth of indoors. The skies are bluer and the ocean is clearer. The wattle is flowering bright yellow and the gumnuts are blooming - our nations colours of green and gold are everywhere. Beautiful beaches, golden sand and warmer days are what the Sunshine Coast is famous for, and even in the depths of winter it can still provide the most magical days for sitting on the shore and water warm enough to swim. With daily temperatures sitting steady around 22 degrees (celsius), winter may actually be the perfect time to take advantage of Queensland’s sub-tropical climate and make the most of that seemingly “endless summer". Read More
Life is not about milestones, but moments • The open road, fresh air in our lungs and laughter filling our bellies: eight days on the road with Tourism Queensland and Toyota Australia. One of my biggest photo updates this year. I’m feeling incredibly grateful to have spent time with good friends exploring all the natural wonders of my home state along The Pacific Coast Way, a 1700km stretch linking Brisbane to Cairns. Read More
Recently I was on the Sunshine Coast with Tourism Noosa for the Noosa Festival of Surfing ’15. A few days of exploring the stunning Noosa National Park and the Sunshine Coast hinterland, watching the sky burn orange and not to mention plenty of surfing – including dogs on surfboards. What a beautiful part of Queensland Noosa is! Read More
Recently I visited the Beautiful Sunshine Coast with Flight Centre Australia and here is a little more about my trip in a small interview here. Hope you enjoy a little piece of my Home state. I love you Queensland. Read More