NEW Pictures From The Gold Coast

Isn’t the Gold Coast magnificent at this time of year!

We’ve had some warm weather, lots of rain and now a welcome cool change. It doesn’t stop people getting out and about though. From my balcony I can always see people running, walking their dogs, riding bikes or taking their children for a stroll, even in the wettest or warmest weather.

But for me, I’ve taken the opportunity to get in some extra trips to Lamington National Park, Springbrook National Park, Mount Tambourine, The Hinze Dam (great cafe there by the way) and Coombahbah Lakelands as well as the regular pictures I take on The Broadwater.

We’ve added so many new photo albums to the Gold Coast Australia Gallery. Here’s just a small sample …

http://australia-gold-coast.com/photographs-from-the-gold-coast-of-australia/

 

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Colouful Gold Coast Sunrise Sunset Pictures

The sunrise this morning inspired me.

It was a striking red and gold colour … people all over the place stopped and stared in awe at its beauty. I praised the magnificence of nature. What a fabulous way to start another new day.

It made me think about the big changes I’m making in my life. Not by concentrating on the big stuff and working hard at it, but by noticing the simple things and playing lightly with them.

The variety of colours in these pictures are simply stunning. That’s nature, that’s life, that’s ease, that’s variety, that’s beauty, that’s a blessing, that’s true abundance. ~ Elizabeth Richardson

Stunning Pictures In Springbrook National Park

Another beautiful place to visit when you’re on

The Gold Coast of Australia

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Photos on this page include the creek, a delightful rainbow in front of a waterfall, people looking out at the expansive views from the fabulous Canyon Lookout, tracks through the bush, signs, a huge goanna that surprised me by crashing across the path in front of me, a bush turkey and an enormous Atlantic Beech tree.

It makes me want to go back to Springbrook National Park and take some more photos again.