If you are looking for new adventures and weekend trips to discover places, you could begin searching the coastline to the north of Sydney at the Central Coast as I have recently done. Starting at Terrigal and moving north over two weekend trips, my journey followed the coast through The Entrance and into Munmorah State Conservation Area up to Moonee. In the park there are several beaches and lookouts accessible by car and if you like an adventure, you could tackle some of the walking tracks to find more unique cliff side ocean views, beaches and caves.
Travelling west of Sydney up to the Blue Mountains, you will find many walking tracks and lookout points which lead you on a journey of discovery. Lookouts such as Echo Point with a view of the Three Sisters and Evans Lookout featuring the expanse of the ranges can be more greatly appreciated by venturing deep into valleys, following loop walking tracks which vary in difficulty. These include Grand Canyon Track which is medium difficulty, Valley of the Waters and Wentworth Falls if you like a challenge or a simpler track like Leura Cascades. Seeking waterfalls? These are some of the locations that I will be exploring in the coming months to expand the Native Landscape Displays photographic gallery, offering you the opportunity to showcase the natural beauty of Australia in displays for your home.
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