On Our Walks

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  • Afraser
    Afraser MelbourneMember Posts: 4,076
    Well yes, these were taken in the middle of Melbourne, less than half an hour’s walk from Abbotsford Convent - it’s lovely how quickly you lose sight and sound of the city. A young Melburnian of Polynesian descent once dived off that cliff into the river to raise money for charity - an audience of tens of thousands apparently!
  • jennyss
    jennyss Western NSWMember Posts: 1,710
    In December last year I walked on Shelly Beach at Moruya NSW. Shelly Beach is just inside the south head of the Moruya River. It is a very wide estuary at the mouth. In March last year straight after the fires, it rained and flooded at Moruya. Trees and branches were washed down the river and ended up on Shelly Beach. People got creative and built many structures and cubbies on the beach.
  • Afraser
    Afraser MelbourneMember Posts: 4,076
    Nowhere near as attractive as some walks but this is the corner of Bourke and Collins Street (yes, it does happen!) on a cool and blustery day in Melbourne! 
  • FLClover
    FLClover Sydney Member Posts: 1,469
    Wow @gumnut, stunning photos!! 😮😮😍😍
  • gumnut
    gumnut far north coast NSWMember Posts: 874
    Thanks @FLClover 💕
  • arpie
    arpie Mid North Coast, NSWMember Posts: 6,508
    Gorgeous! Which estuary is that @gumnut ?  I’d love to put my kayak in there and fish! ;) 
  • arpie
    arpie Mid North Coast, NSWMember Posts: 6,508
    GORGEOUS @Cath62!!  I am jealous

  • June1952
    June1952 Regional VictoriaMember Posts: 1,574
    To all the clever photographers of the great scenes above - wow - I am jealous !  Cold and overcast here with no blue skies and wonderful views  😂😂😂
  • FLClover
    FLClover Sydney Member Posts: 1,469
    Stunning @Cath62, that place is mesmerising 💜
  • jennyss
    jennyss Western NSWMember Posts: 1,710
    Dear @Gumnut and @Cath62,
    Beautiful beach and bush - thank you for posting. Cath, the Curlew is very well camouglaged! I was scrolling up, and couldn't see him at first