Tags » Spectacular Scenery

Adios Bolivia – deserts, volcanoes and el salar de Uyuni

These past seven days have been our last in Bolivia and without doubt the most spectacular so far. The week began with a tour from Tupiza through – in what I’m certain is no exaggeration – some of the world’s most spectacular scenery. 1,133 more words

South America

Mountains of Blue

The Blue Mountains, given that name due to the blue haze that hovers above them, is an area renowned for spectacular scenery, plant and wildlife… 78 more words


Victoria/South Australia: Blue Lake, Mt Gambier

The Blue Lake sits in an extinct volcano. It is actually one of four crater lakes in Mt Gambier. One of the others is just on the other side of the road. 73 more words


Atherton Tablelands, Queensland Part Two

We couldn’t see it all in one day so drove from Cairns via Kuranda to the Tablelands.

The views up there are spectacular:

This time we visited another fig tree, this one is called The Cathedral Fig Tree.


Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia

The drive from Trinity Beach to Port Douglas is beautiful with windy roads (that can make children feel car sick lol) and views of picturesque bays. 113 more words


Victoria/South Australia: Admiral's Arch

This is my favourite photo taken on our road trip in Victoria and South Australia. It’s one of my favourite photos I’ve ever taken.

Admiral’s Arch is in Cape du Couedic in Flinders Chase National Park on Kangaroo Island. 155 more words


Journey from Mission Beach to Trinity Beach, Queensland

The journey from Mission Beach to Cairns had the most stunning scenery we had seen this trip. We decided to come off Bruce Highway and take the “Canecutter Way” which is 42km of stunning views and picturesque towns. 162 more words