I am about to embark on a massive adventure – packing up all my things (cats included) and moving to the other side of the world. I do believe this will be my last blog post from Australia. So I am sharing with you the one thing I will miss the most about this place – – the beach. I know I have shared beach photos before, but these ones aren’t the same ones 🙂
All photos were taken in either Newcastle or Forster in New South Wales and there is one from Hervey Bay in Queensland. I hope you enjoy and do visit my personal blog – http://www.sylimephotos.wordpress.com ( which I shall be updating in the coming weeks – and on a very regular basis)
Forster – New South Wales
Urangan Pier in Hervey Bay – Queensland
My niece and nephew at Merewether Beach in Newcastle – New South Wales
I am a little late posting this week – I had a million things going on and I wasn’t sure in the end if I had some photos to share, but I do *Phew* .
Recently I went to a place called Catherine Hill Bay (Or “Catho” to the locals – I will stick to saying “Catherine Hill Bay” myself). I was stunned by the white sand and the big waves (which are not too visible in the photos I am about to share). I could see why people love the place so much and I will go back back when I have more time to take more photos.
It was my intent to go out today and take some magnificent photos. Of course I wasn’t able to (such is life), so I have decided to go back and share the photos I took when I lived in Hervey Bay, Queensland. I hope you all enjoy them and please, go look at my other photos on my blog – http://www.sylimephotos.wordpress.com
The photo above is where I used to walk my dogs every day. It was very pretty, the water was really warm (which I did not like, but I was in Queensland, I learned to accept it). This place was called Dayman Point.
The above photo was taken at the Hervey Bay Marina. There were houses all along here, I always wanted to live there. 🙂
The above photo was taken at Urangan Pier. I loved this pier. At high tide you could not walk under it as the water came right up under it (at low tide though you could walk out on the sand, through puddles of water, for almost a kilometre, which I always found freaky).