Tag: sea-change

Mooloolaba Mornings

The sun is waking even earlier than last week – about a minute earlier a day. By the end of this week, sunrise will be 5.45am. Enjoy it while I can, I say! Oh, and there were whales out there this morning…. Read More

Mooloolaba Mornings

Good morning. I have to admit to feeling a tad sore in the muscles today – I took myself off to No Lights, No Lycra last night and danced my little heart out in the dark. I’ll write more about it next… Read More

Mooloolaba Mornings

  If there’s a better way to start the day, I’m not sure that I can think of it right now. Welcome to a daily shot of Sunshine Coast love. Most days it will be sunsets, some days something else. This morning… Read More

22 things I’ve learnt about living on the Sunshine Coast…

Ok, so we’ve been residents on the Sunshine Coast for just over a month now (less a couple of weeks in Vietnam). We’ve settled in well and are loving it beyond words. I have a list a mile long of places to explore,… Read More

Mooloolaba to Cotton Tree Coast Walk

With paths available all up and down the coast, covering a little extra distance than usual was also not difficult. Like this one: the coastal path from Mooloolaba to Cotton Tree. I started at sunrise and was back at the surf club… Read More

Alexandra Headland

Located between Mooloolaba and Maroochydore, Alex (as the locals call it) is a long sweeping stretch of sand with great surf and fabulous views up to Old Woman Island of Mudjimba and, further up, Mount Coolum. Popular with surfers – especially around… Read More

Welcome to navigator…

Hey there and welcome – it’s great you could drop by. What’s this site about? Essentially it’s about a sea-change, but it’s also about adventure and exploration. Let’s back-track a little…don’t worry, I won’t prattle on for too long. In October 1998,… Read More