Category: Armchair Adventures

There’s an amazing world out there that’s just begging to be explored – but we still like to be home in time for tea

 

We’re not really cut out for abseiling, six day wilderness treks, helicopter skiing, free-diving or pretty much anything that takes longer than about three hours – we’re armchair adventurers. Our aspirations are slightly more modest than the ernest adventurers, with their hipster beards, ironic t-shirts and YOLO tattoos. We want to venture out into the world in bite-sized chunks and if there’s a nice cafe at the end of it, then all the better. Please join us as we explore our home of Australia, one sausage roll at a time.

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Mount Bushwalker

Mount Bushwalker is an easy hike through the Little Forest Plateau to the Mount Bushwalker Lookout in Morton National Park. Join me as I explore this pristine part of south coast NSW.

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Cathedral Rocks

Cathedral Rocks is an awesome rock structure located to the north of Kiama. It’s a picturesque location that’s ideal for photographers, but everyone can enjoy the rugged scenery.

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Lake Conjola and Conjola Beach

Conjola is a large tidal lake in south coast NSW located in between Jervis Bay and Ulladulla. It’s a mecca for fans of all watersports including canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddling, water-skiing, wake-boarding and fishing....

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The Beaches of Bendalong

Bendalong is the quintessential south coast holiday village. It might only have one petrol station and one cafe, but it also has some of the best beaches on the whole coast. In this episode...

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Berry Markets

Well now, autumn is well and truly here in South Coast NSW and Catherine and I decided to pay a visit to the famous monthly Berry Markets and show you guys around. If you’d...

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Seven Mile Beach

One of the most famous beaches on the south coast of NSW is Seven Mile Beach. Stretching from Gerroa in the north to Shoalhaven Heads in the south, this is a rugged beach that...

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Target Beach

Could it be true – a perfect little surfing beach tucked away within an active military weapons range? Of course it could, this is Australia after all! Target Beach is on the southern edge...