Lake Macquarie, Swansea

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Photo Walk

On my recent trip to Australia, we returned once again to Swansea in New South Wales.

Swansea sits between the ocean and Lake Macquarie, a huge salt water lake.  Whilst there I wanted to go for a walk along the shores of Lake Macquarie.  I took these photos during that walk. It was a lovely, hot, sunny day and I thoroughly enjoyed ambling along and taking in these views and watching the wildlife…particularly the pelicans which always catch my eye!

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15 thoughts on “Lake Macquarie, Swansea

    1. That is an excellent question! Hmm… that it is so far away from here (UK) haha!! One thing that has struck me on numerous visits is how poor the public transport can be. I think it is improving and I’m sure it varies from place to place, but on some visits to Newcastle, I have been stunned that there were no buses after a certain time and no taxis to be had! It’s also expensive (but that is more to do with our economic climate!). Oh and musk sticks….I really don’t like them!!

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      1. Yes, it is definitely too far away from everywhere!

        I’ve never heard of the musk sticks. But now that I’ve looked them up, I think that I wouldn’t like them, either.

        As far as transportation is concerned, I can imagine that it depends on the area. Having buses, trams, trains and ferries in Sydney blew my mind.

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