📍Johnson’s Beach, Sarina QLD
One of our favourite little local spots that has 4wd tracks behind the beach but at the moment they’re blacken from a bushfire.
This swing and tree survived though 💕
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Devils Marbles- giant granite boulders that make you feels so small and insignificant. We walked around with our jaws dropped in awe, as they are stacked and balanced on top of each in perfect formation and shape. How does a place like this exist? We sure loved it❤ #RedCentreNT
Morning view of Kata Tjuta - The Olgas, we were excited to do the Valley of The Winds walk but unfortunately they were closed, we still got to enjoy our time here and marvel at the beauty. #RedCentreNT you are magnificent! ❤
Enjoying a natural spring in the vast Simpson Desert, this little hidden gem was such a delight to stumble across. Originally a railway station in 1888 this place is heritage listed and holds so much interesting history
6 1249:04 PM Dec 1, 2018
Lake Eyre was an experience, battle of the flies is a game I dont have the patience for.......
In an attempt to get a good action jump shot, -epic fail- watch Matt sink into the soft clay and attempt to retrieve his hat, I clearly thought it was funny 😂
Rare capture 📷 👉
When you are confronted with something that scares you - you have 2 options.
1. Face it. Do it. Push through the irrational fear and prove to yourself you can, and that you will come out the other side; unharmed.
2. Shy away - by default proving to yourself it was indeed "too scary" to face. 🌲
Each time you choose option number 2, you inch a little further away from growth, whilst making it harder for yourself the next time you're confronted with that same fear. 🌲
I hate being on this side of the lens - or more specifically, I hate someone else being on the other side. I'm still working to understand why; but being exposed to little moments when I can overcome this irrational fear, is slowly giving me back control. ▫
It's about 39' degrees and feels like 59' the fly to human ratio is about 1million to 1, the last thing you feel like doing is getting out of the car and hiking in these conditions, but it's all worth it to see the incredible landscapes, with a rewarding fresh water swimming whole at the end.
2 766:26 AM Nov 27, 2018
What a way to start the morning, coffee and a swim, enjoying Ellery Gorge all to ourselves- This is Livin'