East coast is calling.

The other week my boyfriend and I went for dinner with some friends of ours (two girls I went to uni with and their friend Matt they came travelling with) We got talking about their travelling as their 1 year working holiday visa is almost up.
My boyfriend suggested that I go meet them up in Magnetic Island and then they said if I wanted to do the whole trip with them!

So today I am off with the girls too book the epic trip that will be the East Coast!

Byron Bay
Fraser Island
and The Great barrier reef

Words cannot explain how excited I am about this trip! The whole of the east coast, in a camper van is going to be amazing!

A little piece of paradise.

Now that my boyfriend and I have a car and all this new found freedom to explore we decided last weekend to head south of Sydney and check out Jervis Bay. We have had heaps of recommendations to check this place out. I personally was thinking what the hell can be that out of this world that is within NSW (beach wish, obviously Sydney and the harbour totally rock my socks.)
So we headed off mid morning. We were told it takes about three hours to get down there. It took us about four and a bit due to us stopping at little towns and masses of beached.
We eventually reach Jervis Bay on a windy, chilly but sunny winters days. We stayed in one of the main towns there called Hodgkisson. A cute little place, with a petite harbour and a strip of cafe's and shops.
After we put our bags away in the motel we went for a walk down to a beach opposite where we were staying. The water was calm and looked out to all of Jervis Bay (which is a pretty huge bay)
The sand was as white as anything, it looked like snow and made a funny squeaking noise as you walked. The beaches there go on for miles and are almost deserted.

After a day of exploring we went and got some dinner then to bed to catch up on some Zzzz.

In the morning we grabbed brekkie, checked out and decided to go for a drive into the National Park. On the map we head for one of the beaches furthest away, Murray Beach. When we walk down to the beach which opens up in front of you. A massive strip of white and crystal clear blue just goes on and on with only two other people there. You own personal beach.
Well I fell in love. Instantly. The only annoying thing was that its still winter and the water was cold. So the next time I head down there I will be at Murray's and in that water as fast as you can say hotdiggiety!

After we left we then went to explore a few more beaches and walks through the bush we decided to head on home.
The weekend was fantastic and NSW has some amazing little treasures hidden away.

Happy 80th Birthday Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Today the Sydney Harbour Bridge turned 80 years old. It is one of the most iconic land marks in the world along with Sydney's Opera House. Both make the harbour so dramatic with the bridge joining the Northern suburbs with the south.
They are truly breathtaking and even to this day I never get bored of looking at or seeing these masterpieces in the city I live.


Beep Beep....

So my boyfriend and I have been living in Australia now for over two years and we have just got our first car....at last!
So now we are able to go on road trips around NSW, VIC and QLD and I cannot wait. Starting with a trip in the next few weeks to Mansfield to visit family and hit the ski slops!
I really cannot wait! Finally a bit more freedom than having to reply on public transport and car rental!

Alba love.

Last month Jessica Alba featured in and on the cover of Genlux Magazine. Unfortunately I stumbled across the pictures on the Daily Mail website during a bored lunch break at work. They instantly caught my eye.
I have always loved Jessica Alba. Her style, beauty, always seems to be carefree. These shots by Tom Kenneally showed a playful, super stylish Alba posing along side dolls. In some comments online a lot of people found them creepy, freaky and bizarre. I think they are awesome and very well co-ordinated.

Take a look....

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