Posts tagged with "nature"



Slowing down to travel
Travel · 05. October 2021
Any type of travel or holiday costs us in time and money. Some experiences can take you a lot further than others. As a self described ‘travel junkie’ who has travelled abroad many times, I’m the first to confess that my itchy feet takes me off to many places, yet slowing down to travel has been one of my favourite ways to enjoy time away with the family in recent years.
Winter Morning Magic
Garden · 28. June 2021
The shortest day has arrived. It was memorable and beautiful and I can’t remember a Winter Solstice quite like it. We woke up to a pink, purple , blue and apricot-tinged sky. The sun was enlarged by the misty fog, becoming a gigantic round ball of light that beamed across our winter flowers, which were glistening like jewels under the magical glowing light.

Travel · 11. November 2020
St Brigid’s round tower in Kildare is not only climbable, but it is also the second tallest one ever built, measuring 33 metres (108 feet) tall. It was originally constructed in the 6th century, with a renovation occurring in the 12th century, it is made out of Wicklow granite.
Country Kitchen & Recipes · 01. May 2020
Pine Trees exist everywhere on earth. Except for Antartica (sorry to my science station readers). This makes it a truly accessible plant, that anyone can use.

Travel · 06. July 2018
The middle of winter here in Victoria marks the arrival of Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales and Orcas to our easterly coastlines, as they migrate up to Queensland's warmer waters in Australia.
Lyrebird Forest Walk
Garden Travel · 03. September 2017
Perhaps one of Gippsland's best kept secrets is the LyreBird Forest Walk in South Gippsland, just outside the township of Mirboo North, which provides stunning walks, natural vegetation and great access for people of all abilities.

Wandering Through Wildflowers at Emo Court
Garden Travel · 31. July 2017
Emo Court is an old estate on 280 acres that features manicured gardens, seasonally stunning woodlands and vast meadows that lead down to a striking man-made lake.
Travel · 05. December 2016
Stunning Lake Bonney is a freshwater lake in Barmera, in South Australia. Interestingly, the lake is filled and drained by the Murray River, which runs through the region.