I haven’t travelled extensively but in my 5 years in Australia, I have had the opportunity to visit a few places in New South Wales. As a result, I do have some lovely memories in the form of photographs. This post is my entry for the Blogadda Travel Photos Competition where we post 5 of our favourite travel photos.
Katoomba Cascades in the Blue Mountains. This was back in July 2005. My first trip in Australia ever with 2 friends. It was bitterly cold but wonderfully amazing to see cascades up close…
The view from a bushwalk through the Royal National Park at Bundeena. It is by far one of my favourite bushwalking trails because at the end of it, this is the brilliant view. I have walked 8 kilometres and yet, at the end, you feel satisfied and almost like you have been transported to an unimaginable fantastical place. Bundeena is my definition of bliss.
Sunset at Bundeena. Yes, same place, different side. Again, hopefully, this picture explains why it is bliss. The other thing is not many people apart from locals know of this trail so it’s not teeming with people. You will pass the occasional bushwalkers but that’s about it. Peace and quiet.
Ah the Koala! I did see this one up close. This was taken at Blackbutt Reserve in Newcastle where we could feed the koalas for about $3.00. Best thing ever. It was so cute feeding it milk from a syringe-like equipment. Absolutely love the koalas.
Forster NSW in 2008. Forster is absolutely beautiful. It had the most amazing beaches and lovely white sand and a laid back atmosphere. The picture doesn’t do it justice as there were sections where the waters were bluish-green. I would love to go back there…
Until next time,