APRIL 2017: Myall Lakes, NSW

Another chance to take the lens on the road, this time to Myall Lakes north of Sydney.  The National Park has the best of both worlds with one side a beautiful lake to spend the hours canoeing, while the other side has a beach with long whit sands ideal for 4WDing. 

I was lucky enough to have some nice colours in the sky for some sunset images over the lake.

But even more fun was hitting the sand at Mungo Beach. It is the third longest beach in NSW with frequent big surf, high dunes and blowouts to the north. The beach is accessible at Mungo Brush but it was as soft as a marsh-mellow and chopped up following the easter weekend.  so we headed for Sandy Point. At the headland is nice and protected, enough for the kids to safely swim.

A birds eye view of our 4wd's.

The afternoon we headed back to the lake for an evening kayak. and with views like this you would not want to be anywhere else.

The next day we spent some time exploring the adjacent  Wallingat National Park.  An easy 25km loop through the forest, the snow-white trunks of gum trees dwarfing the car.  We headed for Whoota Whoota lookout with its scenic views of Wallis Lake, the forrest and coastline.