Metung and Raymond Island, Victoria

My family has been holidaying in Metung since I was a child but I hadn’t been there for about 5 years when we decided to pay a visit in June. We were still really jet lagged when we arrived so we made the most of it and got up super early for some photography. Metung really is […]

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Winter in Melbourne

Here are the first photos from my time in Australia in June/July. We flew in to Melbourne and spent a few days there to get over the jet lag before driving three hours East to the Gippsland Lakes of Victoria (to come in the next post). The first morning we got up super early and […]

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Melbourne Gardens

This will probably be my last Australian post for a while, because I’ve finally come to the end of the photos from my July adventures and I’m moving to the UK in less than three weeks! I’m very excited and I know I’ll be back to Australia soon so I’m not too sad – who […]

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Sydney Harbour and Watsons Bay Part II

Here’s part II of my Sydney Harbour photos. We had the most amazing afternoon light on the ferry back and even a replica old-fashioned sailing ship that positioned itself nicely in front of the Harbour Bridge for me! If you’re thinking about a trip to Sydney, make sure you check out: http://www.sydney.com/destinations/sydney/sydney-city/sydney-harbour And: http://www.sydney.com/destinations/sydney/sydney-city/sydney-harbour/sydney-harbour-bridge

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Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney

We come to a totally different part of Australia now: Sydney, the country’s most populated city. I only spent three days there in July but I tried to see as much as possible in a short amount of time. These photos were taken almost as soon as we got off the plane, in the Royal Botanic […]

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Daintree River Cruise

One morning we got up incredibly early and drove up to the town of Daintree for a birding and wildlife river cruise. When we set out it was almost impossible to see more than 100m or so in front but it made for such atmospheric photos. Living in subtropical Brisbane I hardly ever get to […]

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