Mount Tinbeerwah & Arnhem Clothing

It’s Friday peopleee! Well, for us Australians anyway. But how good is that! And it goes without saying, I am super excited for it to be the weekend once again. Rhett and I actually don’t have much planned for the next few days, which is unusual, but as it’s been raining all week, I am pretty keen to get out and breathe in anything other…

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Carlo Sand Blow & Arnhem Clothing

For today’s post, I’m coming to you with a small photo gallery from an afternoon spent exploring the expansive sand dunes of Carlo Sand Blow located approximately 100 kms north of the tourist-hub, Noosa Beach. And wasn’t my afternoon epic. From the moment Rhett and I stepped onto the dunes, we were blown away. Carlo Sand Blow is magnificent. Its terrain appeared to go on…

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Burleigh Heads Beach & Arnhem Clothing

After my rock scramble to the iconic ‘Cock Rock’ of Burleigh National Park (see more here), Rhett and I spent the rest of our evening watching the sun go down across Burleigh Beach. And no, it wasn’t as romantic as you would probably assume and I dare say most photographers would understand the reasons behind the why. But for those of you who don’t do…

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Alexandria Bay & Arnhem Clothing

After our hike, otherwise known as the suicidal death-march up Mount Ngungun last Saturday (see post here), Rhett and I made the spontaneous decision to spend the night in Noosa, up on the Sunshine Coast. Unfortunately, due to our lack of planning, we arrived on a weekend where half the roads were blocked off in prep for an Ultraman Marathon event (don’t ask, literally no…

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Mount Ngungun & Arnhem Clothing

Saturday evening marked my first ever hike up a mountain. To ease my transition into ‘avid adventurer’, I chose Mount Ngungun based on the many reviews I had read and a few recommendations from my colleagues. Long story short, Mount Ngungun, standing at 253 metres tall, is deemed the most ‘child-friendly’ out of all the Glasshouse Mountains. So obviously, being a woman of sub-par fitness,…

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