5 Oct 2014: This morning I paddled my way into a beautiful pastel sunrise at Tuross Head. The early morning light was superb and the soft tones created a very relaxed atmosphere out on the water. I hope you enjoy the shots
April 2013: I headed down to Tuross Head with three of my mates for a boy’s weekend away. We arrived to massive seas, rainy conditions and a huge southerly that was gusting up to 50 Km’s. These inclement conditions would normally drive most people indoors for the afternoon, but for us, we just put on a rain jacket and went in search for area’s that were protected from these gusty conditions. Tuross head and its surrounding areas are the perfect place as there is a multitude of meandering waterways to suits any scenario. So in true style we dived head first into our boy’s weekend away. I hope you like the photo story.
High winds and rainy conditions does not deter us!
How good is this place! Amazing, spectacular and beautiful are just a few words that can be used to describe Tuross Head. It was the first time that I had ever been to Tuross and it certainly will not be last. Three of us, Big Steve, Matt and myself decided to have a boy’s weekend away that would involve paddling, fishing and of course a bit of good old fashioned socialising. Matt and I are the keen kayak paddling ones, while big Steve’s the type of bloke that could fish for 30 hours in a 24 hour day. Matt and I would be out at the crack of dawn exploring the water ways of Tuross while Steve would try and better his record catch of a 90 centimetre Flat Head. We were so lucky, we ended up with the best weather that anyone could ask for; perfect calm conditions for three entire days.