Paddling in Paradise

Harrison in Canoe at Sunset 800
Although we’ve often ridden our bikes through the stunning country that surrounds the Upper Noosa River, I’ve never had the chance to paddle on the river until now. For the last three days Harrison and I have been exploring this unspoilt paradise by canoe.

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Big Sky Country

Big Sky Country

Have you ever been under a sky so huge that you felt like you were going to fall into it?

The vaulted skies above Anduramnba often seem like that when we visit.

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Laidley Creek

Mount Zahel

Have you ever looked at a road and wondered where you’d end up if you followed it to the very end? Today’s ride south of Mulgowie tried to answer that question.

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Poverty Creek


For my first time back on the bike since knee surgery last month, I decided to ride somewhere flat and relatively easy. Yes it was flat, but it was anything but easy

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Mount Archer

Eric at Mount Archer

A couple of years ago on the long climb into D’Aguilar National Park via Lovedays Road, my friend Nick looked up a steep side-track and thought out aloud “I wonder what’s up there?”

Today we answered that question.

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Crossing Monsildale Creek

Today’s adventure took us through Louisavale Station – a large picturesque cattle station on the banks of Monsildale Creek between Linville and Kilcoy.

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Back to Byron

Hike a Bike

The last time we visited Mount Byron it was wet, cloudy and muddy. Today’s clear skies provided a perfect opportunity for us to return with a few friends.

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Let the River Run

Russel at Eastern Branch

Recent rain has caused the Eastern and Western Branches of the Brisbane River to start flowing again. This doesn’t happen very often, so we thought we’d have a look.

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