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The Lost World

The Lost World is a magical place where the Albert River has carved out a couple of lush valleys through the Border Ranges. Today we explored those valleys. …

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Mudjimba

Once upon a time, long ago in the Aboriginal Dreamtime, two men had a titanic life-and-death struggle…

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Cabbage Tree Creek

Cabbage Tree Creek, in D’Aguilar National Park, is always fun to visit after rain.

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Mount Stanley (Postcard)

If you follow the Brisbane River as far upstream as you can, it eventually splits into two branches. Here’s a postcard from our recent adventure there.

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Coolum Creek (Postcard)

Here’s a quick “postcard” account of our recent kayaking trip up the Maroochy River to Coolum Creek and back.

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Coming Up For Air

Every week since February 2013 I have written a blog post without missing a week. That’s a total of more than 260: one every week, for five years. It’s time for a break.

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Noosa River

“What’s a special place to which I can take overseas visitors for a memorable adventure?”

While I asked myself the question, several locations flashed through my mind. The Noosa River was near the top of the list.

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Northbrook Gorge

My daughter Laura was visiting from overseas, so I wanted to visit a special and memorable place.  Northbrook gorge seemed like the ideal spot.

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