Category Archives: Australia

A walk in the woods

Roger George Brown 10 September 1951 – 9 November 2016 Dear Followers, It is with great sadness that I write this piece for you all. My father Roger passed away from cancer a few days ago. To be honest I … Continue reading

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The High Plains of Victoria, a literary perspective

During my period of convalescence I have had the opportunity to do a lot of reading. One of the authors I have enjoyed is Harry Stephenson, who wrote and published 2 books in the early 1980’s about the Victorian High … Continue reading

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Tin Mine Cove to Five Mile Beach: A wander across northern Wilsons Promontory

It was many years ago that I first visited the Northern end of Wilson Promontory. My first trip in the mid 60’s was with a group of scouts and we walked out along the 5 mile road then to the … Continue reading

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Australian Interlude

It seemed appropriate that we head downunder for Christmas and having completed all family commitments a visit to the Bogong High Plains was a necessity. My brother had indicated his willingness to accompany us on this trip, which was the … Continue reading

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Festive Season

Wishing you an enjoyable festive season, wherever you may be.

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Australian Interlude

We have had the opportunity, to visit Australia to see family and friends. Whilst here we also had the opportunity to drive along the Great Ocean Road and walk sections of the Great Ocean Walk. Below is a selection of … Continue reading

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Hiking on the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula in Victoria (Australia) is a well known tourist area, with many Melburnians spending their summer holidays camping on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay. On Mornington Peninsula you can find sheltered golden sandy beaches as well as … Continue reading

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