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Burragorang Valley Lookout in New South Wales

We had no idea this place even existed, and I was only the fact a very lovely local told us to take a trip up this very random path and told us we wouldn’t be disappointed.

Well unfortunately we were but not for the reasons you might think, we went late afternoon, and the weather wasn’t great, and it was very foggy. We couldn’t see a thing, just a lot of grey fluffy stuff, so we decided to try again the following day.

And this time we weren’t disappointed! I don’t think anyone could actually be disappointed with this stunning viewpoint, a vast, spectacular scene of luscious greenery and the freshest crisp blue water of the new South Wales coastline.

Lee apparently took a billion pictures, but I just wanted to sit here there and just soak up the most fantastic feeling I was getting.

Yes, I’m going to talk about feelings to turn away now if you’re not that way inclined. I mean I was sitting in complete ore, I was in new south Wales, about an hour from Sydney and I was staring at the most beautiful view it was excellent, and it really made me contemplate how far Lee and I had come from when we had started. I mean we were staying in a beautiful place for free because they loved what we do with our blog and that is awesome in itself. Why is it, it takes a beautiful natural sense for us to reflect on how lucky we are. We I no idea why but I was thankful for the space to do so.

There is also a children’s park, and a picnic table’s a perfect little getaway for any family day. I will definitely go if you’re ever near Wollondilly, New South Wales.

Tina Webber
Tina Webber
Well what can i say? I'm complicated! Although my fundamentals, my core, what makes me, me i suppose is: Glorious food (especially the sweet stuff), the stunning beauty of nature and natural things and my love of excellent art and design.

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