Strolling Around Fig Tree Walk On Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Last week, we went to Fig Tree Walk on Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Australia. 6.5kms south of Kenilworth on the Kenilworth/Maleny road lies one of the jewels of the Hinterland walks. This easy 1.1km return wheelchair friendly walk explores riverine rainforest growing near the junction of Little Yabba Creek and Mary River. This forest was once extensive along watercourses in this area. Trees growing here include the Moreton Bay fig, giant stinging tree, black bean, white cedar, flooded gum, brown tulip oak and piccabeen palm.

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Yandina Creek Wetland Sunset On Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Yesterday, we went to Yandina Creek Wetland to discover our environment, to connect with nature and to enjoy all that the little big jewels that we have so close to us have to offer. Wetlands are amazing places – they’re the kidneys of the planet. Remove nutrients and sediments from our waterways to improve water quality and are a place for flora and fauna to thrive.

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E-Scootering On Coastal Pathway From Coolum Beach To Twin Waters Beach

Thetraveljunkie.org – The other day, We woke up at 5am to go for a 5:30am e-scooter. It sounds a bit hard core, but our reason is that we feel that we prefer to go when there are less cars, less pedestrians and fewer other cyclists on the shared pathway! Not to mention, watching the sun rise on the Coolum Beach in Sunshine Coast is a just beautiful. We rode 26km from Coolum Beach to Twin Waters Beach (return) along the Coastal Pathway in 2 hours. Including a 30 minute stop for a cup of coffee at Liitle Boat Espresso.

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Sunshine Coast: The Best Roads In Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – North Arm Yandina Creek Road, Toolborough Road and Zgrajewski Road in Yandina Creek, Sunshine Coast NEED sealed roads, pathways, bike lanes, footpaths and public transportation. People all over the world are starting to radically reimagine travel and commutes with electric vehicles (EVs) and see that these are better for the environment than internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. However here on the Sunshine Coast we still lack the basic infrastructure, such as sealed roads, footpaths, bike lanes to allow the realisation of these technologies.

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Electric Biking DYU V1 and F-wheel A5 In The Boardwalk View of Mount Coolum, Sunshine Coast, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Last week, I woke up early in the morning and took The Bojoku out for a little e-bike ride in the Boardwalk View of Mount Coolum, Sunshine Coast, Australia. The Boardwalk View of Mount Coolum offers a stunning view of Mount Coolum. I rode my DYU V1 which looked sporty, tough, sleek black, sexy and a bit badass! It adopts minimal design. Its hidden battery is integrated with the body, showing the simplicity and fashion. And, The Bojoku rode her F-wheel A5, stronger for real. F-wheel A5 with its portable and removable battery, convenient for charging.

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A Weekend of Electric Scootering In Brisbane, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Last weekend we went e-scootering in Brisbane, about a hour 30 minutes drive south of Sunshine Coast. We did a bit visiting friend house, talking, laughing, and lunch eating. We spent a glorious hours riding along bike lanes from New Farm Park to State Library of Queensland (return). It was really exciting and so much fun.

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Unboxing DYU V1 Smart Electric Bike In Queensland, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – We’ve just moved from our home of twelve months down on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria to the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. We are looking forward to lots of new adventures and getting to know this area. So in perfect timing, our two new e-bikes have just arrived from DYU! We are super excited. We have a F-wheel A5 and a DYU V1. We will have lots of stories to show you how our journey on e-bikes goes right from unboxing, charging, getting started to exploring this area. Yesterday we opened up one of the e-bikes – check out how it arrived and how we put it together. It was super easy and looks fantastic.

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Walk Along To Hell’s Gates In Noosa National Park, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to Hell’s Gates in Noosa National Park, Queensland, Australia. With its beautiful and iconic mixture of beach and forest, Noosa National Park is one for the bucket list, a natural gem travel junkies simply must visit. We went there around 3pm and 30 minutes from our place. We took a cloudy afternoon walk along the Coastal track (2.7km one way to Hells Gates) savouring the breathtaking views.

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Unboxing F-wheel Electric Bike A5 In Queensland, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – We’ve just moved from our home of twelve months down on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria to the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. We are looking forward to lots of new adventures and getting to know this area. So in perfect timing, our two new e-bikes have just arrived from DYU! We are super excited. We have a F-wheel A5 and a DYU V1. We will have lots of stories to show you how our journey on e-bikes goes right from unboxing, charging, getting started to exploring this area. Yesterday we opened up one of the e-bikes – check out how it arrived and how we put it together. It was super easy and looks fantastic.

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Electric Scootering On The 25km Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail From Safety Beach to Sorrento

Thetraveljunkie.org – The 25km Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail extends along the Port Phillip coast from Safety Beach to Sorrento. The Bay Trail is one of the most scenic shared trails on the Peninsula, winding along the foreshore, taking you in and out of the townships. Follow the Bay Trail signs and markers and visit some of the popular foreshore reserves, piers, camping areas and shops. Not smooth trail like between Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale, the trail surface varies from asphalt, crushed rock and dirt.

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Queenscliff To Point Lonsdale By Electric Scooter

Thetraveljunkie.org – Worldwide e-scooter use is booming, forecast to surpass half a billion rides globally this year. What a fun day! Ferry from Sorrento to Queenscliff, a picnic lunch by the sea at Point Lonsdale then exploring beautiful wetlands by electric scooter. We stoppped at Lake Victoria, a shallow sub-coastal lagoon forming part of the Swan Bay systems of wetlands on the Eastern Bellarine Peninsula, south-east of Geelong. It is part of the Lonsdale Lakes Nature Reserve administered by Parks Victoria. Lake Victoria, although it varies in water level, provides a relatively stable environment for waterbirds, maintaining its high salinity even when full and never drying out in summer. Saltmarsh is the dominant vegetation around the lakeshore. It is a natural lake but has been modified by shell-grit mining. Water enters the lake through urban run-off, rainfall and slow seepage.

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