How fitting that we end the Virtual Easter Tour in one of the most beautiful parts of Australia, the Freycinet National Park in Tasmania.
we arrived at Tasmania late in the afternoon, and checked into the Freycinet Lodget just in time to witness an absolutely gorgeous sunset.
We did a great tour of Newcastle exploring areas around town and the beach, including a visit to Newcastle Cathedral.
Of course we are in Newcastle today, and once again just in time to witness an absolutely gorgeous sunrise.
On our Gold Coast tour, we relaxed around the Surfer's Paradise area, and had a chance to admire to skyscrapers.
We arrived at the Gold Coast late last night, but just in time to catch this beautiful sunrise over Surfer's Paradise.
We did a tour around Darwin, mainly around the Waterfront area and the Bicentennial Park but also visiting the World War 2 Oil Tunnels.
We made it to Darwin, and woke up the next morning to catch a glorious sunrise over the waterfront area of the city.
We are doing a quick tour of Perth, with the aid of a time travel machine. We also explored Burswood casino and Swan Bell Park.
We had dinner and wandered around Adelaide at night. The city looks very different, almost like a magical wonderland.
We spent the day doing a tour of Adelaide. Adelaide combines a rich heritage with a modern architecture and a beautiful riverbank.
We spent the morning foraging the eclectic Adelaide Central Market looking for breakfast. It is always buzzing with life and colour.
Melbourne Zoo (also known as the Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens) is located about 4km north of the city and easily accessible by tram.
We spent the morning wandering around the streets of Melbourne. The city has amazing architecture and feels like a European city.
We are checking out the Melbourne street art early in the morning, before the pesky tourists arrive and watching the artists at work.
We did a quick Canberra tour, starting with the Parliament House, then cycling around Lake Burley Griffin, finishing at the Triangle.
Good Morning Canberra! We woke up this morning to a beautiful sunrise, so we decided to watch the balloons float across the nation's capital.
Robertson is a village nestled above Macquarie Pass and the Illawarra Escarpment. The movie Babe was shot here.
Coalcliff Beach is not well known except to locals, and located just north of the famous Seacliff Bridge and about 24km from Wollongong.
We have decided to go on a Virtual Easter Tour highlighting places we have visited in the past, starting on Good Friday 10 April 2020.