Norah Head Lighthouse

Norah Head lighthouse is around 115 kilometers from Sydney. Built in the year 1903, this lighthouse provides a panoramic view of Pacific ocean. It is an active lighthouse and hosted the last lighthouse keeper in New South Wales. The lighthouse is open for visitors and has guided tours every day of the year except the…

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Freemans Camping

Freemans is undoubtedly one of the beautiful camping sites I have ever been to. It is a popular camping ground in Munmorah State Conservation area. The campground has access to the untouched beach Birdie Beach. The campground has basic facilities like barbecue and picnic tables, toilets and showers, carpark and drinking water. How far is…

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Maddens Falls

Maddens Falls is one of those hidden gems that my friends, Vijay and Som, and I found when we were just driving around in the Royal National Park (RNP). The waterfalls is in the Dharawal National Park. It is about 50 minutes i.e. 60 kilometers from Sydney. The falls is a short 15 minutes walk from the…

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Fitzroy Falls, Huskisson, Point Perpendicular lighthouse and Nowra

A weekend before my adventurous travel to Nepal, my friends, Saira, Vijay and Som and I decided to take our first long drive in Ruhi to Huskisson. The places we covered at the end of the road trip were Fitzroy Falls, Huskisson, Point Perpendicular lighthouse and Nowra and we had driven approximately 500 kilometers. Fitzroy Falls:…

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Camping under the Milky Way!

Mungo Brush Camping ground is about 180 kilometers from north of Sydney. It is a popular and well known camping ground with about 75 camping sites and some basic facilities like barbecue tables, non-flush toilets and picnic tables. It is just next to the ocean and you can hear the sound of waves while you…

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Emerald Beach & Solitary island coastal walk

Emerald beach is about 20 kilometres north of Coffs Harbour. Coffs Harbour is a city on the north coast of New South Wales. It is about 530 kilometres from Sydney. The Emerald beach is very pretty and secluded. It is definitely worth a visit. I would definitely vouch for Emerald beach for a weekend getaway. And…

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Mermaids Pool

No! I did not find any mermaids in the pool. But it is definitely a place where mermaids would have loved to have lived (if they existed!). The place is extremely pretty and worth visiting. About the place: The Mermaids pool is a natural pool created on the Bargo River and the Tahmoor Gorge. The…

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Muogamarra Nature Reserve

Muogamarra Nature Reserve is a protected nature reserve, located in the northern part of Sydney. This reserve is home for many wild flowers. The access to this reserve is limited only for 6 weeks in a year. It lies about 40 kilometres from Sydney and is on the southern side of Hawkesbury River. Public Transport…

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Abseiling! 

I was standing on top of a cliff. I saw people ahead of me (including my friend Vijay) go down one by one. I was last in the queue (of course, I like to panic while others easily get through by going first). My heart was beating faster than normal and I was nervous. ‘Can…

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Postcard from Burbie Canyon!

I sit like a Queen between the woods! The magical and the whispering voice of the trees and its leaves, The fallen trunk sit there like a throne, Waiting for someone so strong and fierce, Someone to rule the magic And cherish & love the forest! ~Solopassport Photo Courtesy: Adarsh

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