South-eastern Australia

25th September - 17th October 2010


Australia is a country that has always been fairly high on my list of places I would like to visit, so when a couple of my Antipodean friends moved back to Canberra last year, it gave me the ideal excuse to finally take a trip down under. 

Since three weeks is nowhere near long enough to see all of such an enormous country I decided to limit my travels to the state of Victoria and southeastern New South Wales with the main places I visited being chosen to allow me to see the widest range of habitat types possible. The clickable map below shows the rough locations of all of the main sites I visited.

1. Australian Capital Territory

4.   Durras

a. National Botanic Gardens, Canberra

5.   Hattah-Kulkyne National Park

b. Northern Canberra

6.   Wyperfeld National Park

c. Central Canberra

7.   Little Desert National Park

d. Eastern Canberra

8.   Grampians National Park

e. Tidbinbilla

9.   Great Otways National Park

2. Blue Mountains National Park & Abercrombie River National Park

10. Wilson's Promontary National Park

3. Fitzroy Falls

11. Cape Conran Coastal Park