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2. What is it that you want to do?
3. What are you going to do about it?
Doesn’t these waterfalls just bring a small snippet of serenity to your day. These waterfalls are the end of the Leura cascades, visible on both the Mt Soiltary and Ruined Castle hikes.
Link in bio to further information on these walks.
From our lunchtime stop in Apollo Bay, all the way back to Melbourne, we drove in rain. No beautiful views along the Surf Coast and not a soul surfing out at Bells Beach.
Still, the moody skies along some of the way sure made up for lack of sunshine.
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This portrait of two Rainbow lorikeets (Trichoglossus moluccanus) was captured by Patrick Tomkins @pattomkinswildlife in Melbourne, Victoria. These brightly coloured birds are common along the eastern seaboard, from northern Queensland to South Australia, and often travel together in pairs - occasionally respond to calls to fly as a flock - then disperse again into pairs. In the 1960s the bird was introduced to Western Australia, and today is declared pests in the southern parts of the state, including the Perth metropolitan area. Thanks for sharing your pic with us Patrick! #wildlifephotography#australia#australianbirds#rainbowlorikeet#australianbirdsofinstagram