Surfin’ Safari In Blairgowrie, Australia – This time we walked down between Bridgewater Bay and Number Sixteen Beach in Blairgowrie, Australia. It’s the region famous for it’s beaches, national parks, and caves. Not surprisingly I have hundreds of photos and videos to be edited. The coastline was just gorgeous. It was fun to be there and walk along the coast.

And, in our break of exercise we spent an hour of our time watching all the local surfers at Dimmicks Beach in Blairgowrie. Here’s a video of all the locals surfers had an ocean party.

The coastline area was stunning! The light, the colours, the sounds, the smells – oh it was all simply breathtaking.

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