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  • The mountains are calling me ❤️⛰
  • The mountains are calling me ❤️⛰
  • 142 5 9 June, 2018
  • While walking the trails along the banks of Martins Creek to Reach Buderim Falls ther are a number of other spots that you might enjoy seeing. Such as this smaller cascade which I came across.
  • While walking the trails along the banks of Martins Creek to Reach Buderim Falls ther are a number of other spots that you might enjoy seeing. Such as this smaller cascade which I came across.
  • 110 4 16 November, 2017
  • I did not end up with the perfect timing to visit Buderim Forest Park as the weather seemed against me. It was only raining lightly by the time I arrived but this made it a rather interesting walk trying to carry everything. I had umbrella in one hand and camera with tripod in the other. I managed to make it and stay somewhat dry, definitely a good time though as the rain on this day seemed to be the only reasons the water was flowing.
  • I did not end up with the perfect timing to visit Buderim Forest Park as the weather seemed against me. It was only raining lightly by the time I arrived but this made it a rather interesting walk trying to carry everything. I had umbrella in one hand and camera with tripod in the other. I managed to make it and stay somewhat dry, definitely a good time though as the rain on this day seemed to be the only reasons the water was flowing.
  • 96 6 22 December, 2017
  • My beautiful wife taking a minute to relax and meditate at Sringbrook
  • My beautiful wife taking a minute to relax and meditate at Sringbrook
  • 70 3 23 July, 2018

Latest Instagram Posts

  • Strangler Cairn in Conondale NP, or just simply "egg" as I call it. This piece cost approx. $1 million to create - had to fly the artist in from England, pretty cool.
  • Strangler Cairn in Conondale NP, or just simply "egg" as I call it. This piece cost approx. $1 million to create - had to fly the artist in from England, pretty cool.
  • 25 8 15 January, 2019
  • 1st time using and editing footage from my GoPro, hoping to improve with more practice.

A good afternoon out in Cedar Grove. A nice hike, nothing remarkable or spectacular to be seen, but it's always nice to get away into nature.
  • 1st time using and editing footage from my GoPro, hoping to improve with more practice.

    A good afternoon out in Cedar Grove. A nice hike, nothing remarkable or spectacular to be seen, but it's always nice to get away into nature.
  • 27 2 9 January, 2019
  • As you are packing away your #camping gear and getting ready for work. Make sure to think before you throw away. Could this #equipment be #rehomed or #recycled. If the answer is yes, send us a DM and we help ensure it does not simply end up in landfill. #backontrack
  • As you are packing away your #camping gear and getting ready for work. Make sure to think before you throw away. Could this #equipment be #rehomed or #recycled . If the answer is yes, send us a DM and we help ensure it does not simply end up in landfill. #backontrack
  • 54 1 6 January, 2019
  • The way #horseshoebend absorbs and reflects the colours of the sun is simply breathtaking. Check out more details by reading our blog below. 
https://www.offtrack.com.au/inspire/
  • The way #horseshoebend absorbs and reflects the colours of the sun is simply breathtaking. Check out more details by reading our blog below.
    https://www.offtrack.com.au/inspire/
  • 100 3 4 January, 2019
  • Checking out this Monster rock at Mossman Gorge! Does anyone actually know this glorious rock's name?
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Today we felt like taking a dip in the beautiful waters at Alligator Creek but alas! It was bone bone bone dry. We desperately need some rain😭 Instead we took a "quick" 30 min detour to the strand for a swim. Next weekend we are heading back up to Paluma to check out big crystal creek. Fingers crossed there is enough water to swim!
  • Checking out this Monster rock at Mossman Gorge! Does anyone actually know this glorious rock's name?
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    Today we felt like taking a dip in the beautiful waters at Alligator Creek but alas! It was bone bone bone dry. We desperately need some rain😭 Instead we took a "quick" 30 min detour to the strand for a swim. Next weekend we are heading back up to Paluma to check out big crystal creek. Fingers crossed there is enough water to swim!
  • 278 15 28 October, 2018
  • Epic end to another beautiful weekend 🙌
  • Epic end to another beautiful weekend 🙌
  • 54 3 30 September, 2018