Mollymook Beach – North End

For me, much of 2014 was spent overseas or focused on travel. In 2015, there will be a lot more adventures near home. Here in Australia, more often than not that involves the beach.

I grew up in a small coastal town and have always lived near the coast. In many ways the coast is part of the Australian psyche. There are more than 7,000 beaches in Australia stretched over more than 36,000 km of coastline and, reportedly, more than 75% of Australians live within 1 hour of the beach.

Whilst not strictly adventure focused, many of my everyday adventure activities involve the beach and I’ve always enjoyed photographing them. In fact, thinking back, my collection of beach photos was probably the first origins of a habit that led to blogging. With that in mind, in 2015 I’ve started a new category on Everyday Adventures dedicated to beach snaps. I plan to share photos of the beaches I visit and some old shots as well where I’ve adventured in the past. Here is the first, of Mollymook Beach, about three hours south of Sydney, Australia.

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9 responses to “Mollymook Beach – North End

  1. Australia is a country where its major or famous cities are located on in its edges which really a unique side of like a continent country, and beautiful beaches are just normal part of it. I already enjoyed walking some part of it in Victoria (Bayside area – St Kilda to Mentone) and in New Southwales (from Bondi to Coogee). Looking forward to your next posts.

  2. Maybe there is interest in publishing a coffee table photo book of your beach photos. Or maybe a calendar or screen saver. Have fun at the beach! We’ve spent today giving new breaks of stockpiled grass and checked water leak valves (so water tanks will stay open for drinking) – enough to last the forecasted week of cold, cold weather for all our livestock.

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