Fall In Love With The Briars Park Walking Trails

Thetraveljunkie.org – Let us take you on a little virtual adventure to fall in love with the Briars on the Mornington Peninsula, Australia. There is much to love. The Briars Parks is home to abundant native flora and fauna. Vegetation varies with Woodland and Wetland walks and short link walks providing amazing opportunities to experience nature at its best in this beautiful property. A range of walks are accessed via the Wildlife Sanctuary Visitor Centre.

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Indomie Mi Goreng Tumpeng In Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we give you a recipe, The Bojoku’s Indomie Mi Goreng Tumpeng. For the residents of Java, Bali and Madura islands, tumpeng is synonymous with joyful celebrations. It represent the relationship between humans and God. The other meaning of the tumpeng is inherent in its pointed cone, symbolizing the devotion toward the one God. The shape also alludes to the mountainous landscape of many Indonesian regions, particularly Java. The dishes around the cone signify the vegetation, forests and wildlife.

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Explore Devilbend Natural Features Reserve, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to a haven for waterbirds and walkers, Devilbend Natural Features Reserve contains the largest inland water body on the Mornington Peninsula, and once played an important role as a water source for Melbourne. Located 55km south-east of Melbourne in the township of Moorooduc, the lowland forest, reservoirs and shoreline provide valuable habitat and important green space for recreational activities such as nonpowered boating, walking, cycling, horse riding and fishing. Encompassing 1005 hectares, with almost 250 hectares of water, it provides valuable inland habitat for many water birds.

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A Visit Flinders Pier In Mornington Peninsula

Thetraveljunkie.org – The other day, we went to Flinders in Mornington Peninsula, which is about a 30 minutes drive from Blairgowrie. Flinders Pier is located at the point where Western Port meets Bass Strait and has great views across Western Port to Phillip Island. The pier is 250 metres long, jutting out from the protected beach and is sheltered from the waters of Bass Strait by West Head.

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To Love Koonya Beach Sunset In Blairgowrie, Victoria

Thetraveljunkie.org – Mornington Peninsula in Victoria is arguably one of the best places in the entire World for viewing the sunset. We all know that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. Koonya Beach in Blairgowrie is a speactacular place for watching the sunset. Anyone who visits Koonya Beach will tell you that it’s one of the best places for watching the sunset.

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Cooking From The Heart For A Beach Breakfast, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – A day after Lebaran day, we went to Tyrone Beach and Moonah Woodland Walk in Blairgowrie for an exercise and play. We went there early, around 8am. It was a 20 minute walk from home. we’ve done something spontaneous. We brought breakfast and it was pretty damn super yummy. There were rendang, opor ayam, crunchy fried noodles, bananas, kue putri salju, spinach smoothies, coffee and tea.

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Moonah Woodland Walk In Blairgowrie, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to the Moonah (Melaleuca Lanteolata) woodland walk in Blairgowrie, Australia. The Moonah woodland walk is an unusual formation in that it differs from the ‘stands’ of Moonah seen across the Peninsula. Usually the trees are found in spreading 5-10m branching forms where they develop large, dense canopies with little else growing underneath. On the woodland walk, which commences near Canterbury Jetty Road and continues on both sides of Point Nepean Road to approximately Tyrone Street in Rye, the trees appear in a forest formation all seeming to be of the same height, size and age creating a beautiful ambient woodland atmosphere.

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A Man On Koonya Beach In Blairgowrie, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – This blog post is a series part II from blog post, A Walk Along Koonya Beach In Blairgowrie, Australia. I went for a coastal walk by the beach alone. I just strolled and listened to music. I exercised on the beach. I spent a glorious afternoon there. It was important to slow down and look at my life. To think about who I am – the empowering moments and the absolute f—ups that I’ve made, and how they are all part of who I am today. Blessed my life!

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