North Head Rock Pools, pretty popular with fishermen, not so well known by tourists so it’s super secluded.
We got the opportunity to tour the HMAS Darwin on its decommissioning day. Was super cool even if all the guns were already removed.
Step 1 Don’t be claustrophobic. 🏕
Abandoned military bunkers up at north head attract some amazing graffiti artists.
Anyone have an sick cave recommendations? The wormhole cave 🐛 at queenscliff headland is absolutely awesome.
The sky really turned it on tonight. Even if the clouds came over before the encore.
Watching sunrise over Fingal Head solo is peaceful as fuck. ☀️☀️☀️ Do recommend it. Wear shoes though, lots of spikey stuff on the walk over.
Steep and breathtaking walk into and returning from gap creek. Not for the unfit like us. Less cigarettes and beers the night before is highly recommended 🏃♀️ 🏃♂️
Gap Creek Falls was huge, but unfortunately almost completely dry. Would ❤️ to get back here after some serious rain. Would be hugely impressive, and quite an under mentioned waterfall in all the blogs.
It’s quite clear that @paijerhian
was a professional lumberjack in a past life. 🌲 🌳 🌲 🌳
Awning, sidewall, swag and and esky. All the essentials for an excellent site ☀️
Chatting with a new buddy ‘Mystery’ is the largest horse at the farm. Half Clydesdale, half unicorn. 🦄
Watching them run these beautiful horses out at the end of a long day of trail rides. 🐎 🐎 🐎
Managed to get away for a weekend up north to gap creek falls and even custom fabricated a stick billy holder to brew up a morning coffee. ☕️ ⛺️ 🔥
North head rock pools in manly is a difficult hidden walk through bushes and down a 3m vertical rock face with the help of a chain, but it's seclusion and beauty is unreal so close to people but feels like you could be hours from another person at times.