LET THE KIDS RUN WILD
Tips for a wonderful family friendly vacation along Victoria's Great Ocean Road. Get in touch with your wild side next weekend!
LET THE HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT BEGIN
Late Autumn, Winter and early Spring are times for big waves, book your front row seat for a glimpse of the age old battle that has shaped this spectacular coastline. My favourite is Loch Ard Gorge where the roar of the ocean is amplified by the many bays, gorges, caves stacks and cliffs that repel the ocean at every angle in mighty plumes of backwash, spray and foam.
There is a feeling of escape and discovery that only a holiday run can deliver on. Exploring a new destination on foot is one of my favorite things to do. There is something about new places that makes us lace up our runners that little bit tighter. Unfamiliar terrain and new sensory input triggers a primal physiological response that heightens the senses and dials the fun meter up to 10.
NEVER MIND THE SOCKS
A short tale of a wind swept stroll around Port Campbell, all in the company of my four legged friend, Rocco.
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS AT GREAT OCEAN ROAD WILDLIFE PARK
The Great Ocean Road region is abundant with wildlife. You can see animals in the wild or, in our case, we visited them at the Great Ocean Road Wildlife Park.
THE ROCK FORMATIONS OF THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD
These massive rock formations, carved from the crashing waves and weather elements are big, beautiful and display the most magnificent colors that change with the moving sun. Photos are good, but have you seen them in person? Absolutely breathtaking.