A mother's love for her child makes play time fun & memorable.
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Já pensou em estudar música em uma das melhores instituições de ensino da Austrália?!? 🎶🎸🎧 .
Com cursos em Gold Coast e Brisbane, a Tafe Queensland oferece a oportunidade para quem é apaixonado por música e sonha em ser vocalista e tocar em uma banda, ou se você quer trabalhar nos bastidores como engenheiro de som, compositor ou gerente musical, nossos cursos podem ajudar a transformar seus sonhos em realidade!
Com uma estrutura incrível, studios e professores muito experientes, nossos alunos aprendem conceitos técnicos e teóricos para compor e criar musicas, produzir sons e aprender a operar os principais equipamentos de áudio.
#tbt to hot, sunny days and trail walks in the Northern Beaches of Sydney!🇦🇺
After walking the promenade from Manly Beach to the Cabbage Tree Bay Aquatic Reserve at Shelly Beach (a snorkelling site!), this photo was taken as we continued on to the Shelly Beach Headland Walk, offering incredible views of Manly, Freshwater, Curl Curl and Dee Why Beaches!
Take me back!😍
What is one of your favourite summer beach memories? I'd love to know!🌊😎
Almost everyone that drives the 𝐆𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐭 𝐎𝐜𝐞𝐚𝐧 𝐑𝐨𝐚𝐝 will stop to get a photo of the arch that marks the start of the road trip.
However, few stop to read the small plaque at the side of the road.
As well as pin pointing the beginning of the 𝐆𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐭 𝐎𝐜𝐞𝐚𝐧 𝐑𝐨𝐚𝐝, this memorial arch was commissioned to honour the 3,000 soldiers who built the 243-kilometre stretch of road by hand in 1932.
Lunch stop at Lake Tabourie & a beautiful walk along the sand bar to Crampton Island, well worth it even if a bit windy! Onto Dolphin Point, Warden Head lighthouse in Ulladulla, Bogey Hole in Mollymook, finally reaching Bewong roadside rest area on dark - after a long day this will do for the night!
Travelling up the East Coast of Australia exposed me to all kinds of adventures. There are so many options, and with them often a hefty price tag, that you do have to pick and choose what you really want to do 🇦🇺. .
I, however, knew that I would not compromise on doing a boat trip in the Whitsundays because it was on the top of my list for 'must do' in Aus. I chose to do a three day, two night trip and it was definitely one of my biggest highlights. .
I was extremely lucky that my trip went ahead because just a matter of days before there were huge storms in the area and for weeks a number of tours had to be cancelled or were just a complete washout. My heart seriously went out to those travellers that were impacted 💔. .
Lucky for me, I did get to go ahead on the tour and it was soooo much fun. We had a wicked gang on our boat and we stopped in all the insane places you would expect on a boat trip in a spectacular location like this ⛵.
One of the most famous wrecks on Moreton Island is the Tangalooma Wrecks. Fifteen vessels that were deliberately sunk to form a breakwall for small boats also creating an amazing wreck dive and snorkel site. Snorkelling and scuba diving at this site is an incredible adventure. The crystal clear waters provide fantastic visibility to view marine life and coral formations such as wobbegongs, trevally, kingfish yellowtail and an array of tropical fish.
The Tangalooma wrecks came about in 1963 as a result of lobbying by recreational boat owners for a safe anchorage. The wrecks consists of a line of old Harbours and Marine Department steam driven dredges and barges on the edge of a sandbank that were deliberately sunk with the Maryborough being the first vessel.
Moreton Island, Australia📍
I had to jump on @wander_jah_buslife before and after post and do one too. I still can’t believe we did this and I actually live here now. It seems like a lifetime ago that we picked up the bus and it was just a plain old passenger bus. Not anymore! Lots of love in these walls!
It’s not lost on me that we’re at the heart of Australia and celebrating one year on the road. We stand here braver and brighter, our hearts and minds have opened and expanded, our bond tightly knit together with the sand, salt and red dirt that we’ve collected along the way.
There’s been an abundance of lessons wrapped up in this journey; often only realized when we pushed through unplanned challenge and fear. But the most pertinent has been this: we get to write our own story. We have choice and we can change if we want to.
That’s not to say there isn’t hurdles - there always is - but leaping to the other side is always worthwhile. For us, that meant letting go of everything that was comfortable and predictable in our lives and embracing spontaneity and the unknown. And it’s still the best decision we’ve ever made - for our wellbeing, our happiness and our kids.
One year on the road and I know this: children grow, time flies and all we have is now. .
We shared the sunset with new friends @frontier_tribe and our gaggle of ochre-stained kids 🧡
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