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Sydney from Sydney.

I’m on a bit of a secret mission across the ditch. I love these work related trips.  I mean, travel, work… oh yeah work.  My driver just arrived so I’d better go do some actual work for a change. A point to note about my trip so far. I’ve not actually spoken with with any […]

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Kawakawa, Bay Of Islands Rail

Kawakawa is a small town in the Northland Region of northern New Zealand. It had a population of  around 1347. The small town developed as a service town when coal was found in the area in 1861, but there is no longer coal mining here.

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Rainbow Falls, Kerikeri, New Zealand

Rainbow falls is hidden in the bush to the north of Kerikeri. It’s hardly signposted but provides the most awesome place to take a dip on a hot day.  It’s also an awesome spot to take photos.

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Kerikeri Stone Store.

A nice day to visit the iconic stone store in Kerikeri. This building is been sitting here well before 1840 when the Treaty of Waitangi was signed.

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Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia.

I love visiting this place. It’s so majestic, quiet and serene. It’s time to get my gear on for a bit of an abseiling adventure with local state rescue training elements. Life is bliss! Check out a better view of the three sisters here or perhaps a selfie I took with Kimbo last time I was here.

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Coopers Beach, Doubtless Bay.

Coopers beach is nestled in Doubtless Bay all the way at the top of New Zealand.  Most people stop in here on their way to Cape Reigna.  It’s about an hour and a half’s drive north of Kerikeri on state highway 10.  This state highway joins back up with 1 at Awanui the home of the NZ […]

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Whangarei Falls, New Zealand.

When I’m heading up into Northland I always make time to stop at the Whangarei Falls. A quick walk across the top river and short bush walk to the bottom brings you to one of the most amazing spots to set up for a photoshoot.  Below the falls is a small oasis perfect for taking the […]

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Morning on the Auckland Harbour

Saturday morning’s Half Moon Bay to Auckland City sailing was the smoothest I’ve ever experienced. The water was like glass only ruffled by a small number of sailboats cutting the surface of the water.  It was pristine, tranquil only broken by the rumble of the ferries diesel engines. The photo is looking north towards Devenport.  

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