Tuesday drive

Went for a drive today to Orbost for lunch, then on to Marlo and around to Cape Conran. Things are looking greener for the most part, but bushfire evidence is still at the forefront of your mind as you look around. We enjoyed a walk on the beach at Sailor’s Grave.


















Sorry about the wind noise!

Paynesville Saturday 30th January 2021

Started off a bit dull and dreary in beautiful Paynesville today!


But we enjoyed our lunch and a short walk

This is called “The Floating Tin Shed” and is a major attraction for Paynesville. Today some cool jazz muso’s were entertaining us! Even played “Alley Cat” LOL!!



Always something to see and photograph in Gorgeous Gippsland!


King Parrots

Every year the King Parrots come and feed on our front verandah. First the pair come, then just the male, and then the chicks and the female. Currently just the male comes around 5 each day. Waiting for the female to return with the chicks. So sad when we wait and wait, but only the male keeps coming each night, and we never know if something happened to the female, or if they had no chicks. But each year they return.

More Bushfire Affected Area


From my “Gorgeous Gippsland” site – a drive through more bushfire area. Makes one realise the extent of the devastation, it goes on for miles!

See the blog post here : More Bushfire Area

Lakes Entrance has it all!


We live in the most amazing and diverse part of the world, and we have it all here!!

Melinda and Tony, aboard Lonsdale Eco Cruises get to enjoy it every day, as they take locals and visitors alike on a voyage of discovery!

Assessing the damage – Hewardia

Assessing Hewardia today


Some great photos today, from Mel onboard Lonsdale Eco Cruises, of the team assessing Hewardia.

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