We headed out of Melbourne to the Yarra Valley, home to a mere 105 wineries, for a day of wine tasting and lovely scenery.
Our tour of Melbourne and its suburbs showed what an architecturally diverse city it is. From the impressive skyscrapers and heritage buildings to beautifully landscaped parks and gardens, it’s easy to see why it was recently named the most livable city in the world by Forbes magazine.
Before we move on to the afternoon’s activities, I thought you’d enjoy these videos of the seals at play. (Click on the link and give them time to load.) Kangaroo Island–Baby Seal Video Kangaroo Island, Seal Bay–Seals at play After lunch we drove through Flinders Chase National Park, which covers 200,000 acres. It’s home toRead more
Kangaroo Island, Australia’s third largest island, is a place of natural beauty, pristine beaches, diverse wildlife, and unique plant species.
We continued our journey through Sydney’s neighborhoods after lunch. From Bondi–where an unrenovated beach view home or condo starts at $2 million and you pay $4 million and up for one that’s been remodeled–we moved a bit inland to districts like Woollahra and Paddington, where row houses built in the 1800s have elegant wrought ironRead more