The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier is something of a local attraction for me as I grew up not to far away. As a kid and adult I’d visit to see the fascinating changes in the colour of the lake. During the summer months of December to March its a beautiful cobalt blue, while during April to November its a far less attractive grey.
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Blue Lake Mount Gambier
Vivonne Bay is considered the best beach in all of Australia after being reviewed by Sydney University covering aspects like water clarity and cleanliness. Having visited I have to admit the long sandy beach and iconic jetty (pictured above) would make for a great afternoon of beach cricket or just laying about in the sun with a picnic. The main attraction for me was the stunning colour of the water, […]
Australian Sea Lions, Kangaroo Island
Seal Bay on Kangaroo Island is home to a colony of Australian Sea Lions and is the only place in the world where you can see them this close. The park that encompasses the sea lions habitat provides tours and platforms in which you can view these adorable animals. I spotted the above two pups as I walked down to the beach with my tour guide. They were so inquisitive […]
Pennington Bay, Kangaroo Island
Pennington Bay is just one of the many amazing photo opportunities to be had along the south coast of Kangaroo Island. Billed as a popular surf and fishing beach, swimming can be undertaken but at your own risk. This is due to rips and strong winds that cause huge waves that have been heard in the nearby town of American River some 9 kilometers away. Pennington Bay is located at […]