Travel Writing

A collection of Australian travel writing.

Beechworth – worth its weight in gold

Fancy a pie or a coffee and cake? Beechworth Bakery is a magnet for those with the munchies.

Photographer’s Guide: Eden and surrounds, N…

For photographers who enjoy landscapes, fauna and photojournalism styles, you will be spoiled.

Shear Outback – Hay, NSW

A tribute to Australian shearing legends.

Lakes Entrance – a foodies delight, but forget ab…

Bronwyn, being a keen fossicker herself, decided to stick around, too, and sweet talk the bloke.

Royal Exhibition Building

I was rather keen to gain a better sense of the importance of this World Heritage-listed building.

Canberra gets a well deserved vote

Watch Australia’s elected representatives get into a bunfight over policy differences.

Kiama makes a splash

The gathering of unsuspecting tourists are drenched in the blink of an eye.

The allure of Anglesea

For a travel photographer, connecting with the landscape can be a spiritual experience.

There’s no other place like Lightning Ridge

A place where the gift of the gab helps to sell black opals.

Junee, New South Wales

If you like trains, and old buildings with exceptionally wide verandahs, come to Junee!

In and around Port Campbell

Iconic natural features are the major drawcard.

Discover Victoria – Beechworth

Beechworth is 267 kilometres or approximately three hours from Melbourne.

Cootamundra, New South Wales

Bradman’s Birthplace was restored by the Cootamundra City Council and honours Sir Donald Bradman.

Grenfell’s Henry Lawson Festival honours th…

For a small town, Grenfell puts on a big show, and they do it with gusto.

Romancing the bovines

I had first dibs at luring the darlings.

Lorne is for lovers

Lorne is an idyllic weekend getaway.

Canberra Balloon Fiesta

I was deflated, just like the balloons were a few hours later.

Fishing the Maribyrnong River

The scenic Maribyrnong River in Essendon represents an oasis amongst bricks and mortar.

Cattle Trough – Hay Plains

I returned to the car with an inch of mud on my shoes.


They detected me, but I got a few shots in the camera.

Narrandera, New South Wales

Check out the Murrumbidgee River and the towns historic buildings with their wide verandahs.

Australia is an experience of a lifetime

Australians are regarded as a happy-go-lucky lot, with sheilas wearing next-to-nothing on our golden beaches.

Bad weather can make for good travel photography

What happens when you arrive, your time is limited, and the weather is overcast?

Merimbula is more than a location – it’s where X …

I vividly recall relying more on guess work and vigorously scouting locations.
Haycock Beach by Darren Stones

How using a tripod will help you to create better…

One of the key benefits of using a tripod is that it slows the image making process.

The lure of Grenfell

The people, the people, the people. Yeah, I had to say that three times. It’s true.

Get comfortable at Cosy Corner and take your time

Even just sitting for 15 minutes can give us time to relax and prepare

Point Danger to Rocky Point at Torquay

Torquay can toss up some interesting weather conditions, and it really does make for great photographic opportunities.

Easter treats on the Sapphire Coast

The Sapphire Coast will be eggsactly perfect for family holiday fun this Easter.
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