[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_column_text css_animation=”fadeInLeft”]Place: Cape Baily Coastal Walk Where: Sydney[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][vc_column_text]The Cape Baily Coastal Walk takes you from Kurnell to Cronulla. The path lines the incredible sandstone cliffs – the ones you see when you fly into Sydney over the ocean. The national park was recently affected by a large bush fire. That occurred last Father’s Day in September, and even at Easter in April, there was plenty of evidence of the fire’s intensity and extent. The walk is a mix of formed paths, sandstone slabs and sand. The formed walkways, using a raised grate over sensitive areas, appear pretty random […]
Being from Sydney it’s actually quite rare seeing the sun go down over the water – normally it’s the suburbs. Sure, we get great sunrises but sunsets are at a much more reasonable time of the day. We went to Adelaide recently for a wedding. Unfortunately I didn’t take my proper camera gear, so this is from a little point and shoot – and admittedly, taken after a belly full of beer at the wedding, and running across the road to the Largs Bay Pier when I saw the colours appearing.
This week I flew north for a day to Coffs Harbour for work. Up and back in one day, sure beats driving. As we took off out of Sydney, we flew north over the city and straight over the city. How’s this for a view?