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Breeze Magazine Central Coast Travel with Scott McRae

Dreams do come true – Scott McRae takes us to Japan

Breeze travel writer, Scott McRae lives out a childhood fantasy with his first trip to Japan. Young or old we all have dreams and desires that we would like to fulfill in life and I am no different. One of my aspirations for a long time was to vis... Read More...
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Pretty Beach House

Pretty BeachHouse The drive up to Pretty Beach House is steep. Very steep. The day we visited our elderly mule of a motor really struggled. It had been raining and, after traversing a beautiful section of rainforest-like bush, the damp road headed... Read More...

New Zealand – A Grand Adventure

Travel with Scott McRae Let me start this travel tale with a statement of fact. I love New Zealand ... There I said it. Really it wasn’t that hard to say. I have loved “the land of the long white cloud” since my first visit, even though I was warn... Read More...

Eating well in Sawtell

The Breeze Team recently “road tripped” our way north to the small town of Sawtell, 10km south of Coffs Harbour. The Aboriginal name for the area was Bongil Bongil, which meant “a place where one stayed a long time”. This was because of the bo... Read More...
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A Little Slice of Paradise – Cook Islands

Travel with Scott McRae As my Air New Zealand flight from Sydney circled what appeared to be a small daub of land surrounded by liquid turquoise, my mind began to relax immediately. As we closed in towards the runway with its neighbouring lush... Read More...
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Noonameena Pearl Beach

The first time Daisy Symonds made the arduous trip to the hidden beach east of Patonga, it was awash with wildflowers. The day we made our way towards the home she built there must have been at a similar time of year – we too saw a riot of splashy pi... Read More...
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Northern Territory – As Real as it gets

On his latest adventure Scott McRae takes us to one of his favourite destinations – Australia’s ‘Top End’, the Northern Territory. To me there is nothing more uniquely Australian than our outback. The red soils, the silent billabongs and gorges,... Read More...
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Canberra – Bursting the boring Bubble

Scott McRae has been proving us wrong again, having a great time in Canberra. This issue he explores beyond the “big ticket” attractions and finds that Canberra really isn't boring at all! For some reason a lot of people I know have always had it in... Read More...

Norah Head Lighthouse Keepers Cottages Revisited

At Breeze we’re lucky to get to explore some pretty special spots on the Coast and this has definitely become one of our favourites. We explored it in Issue 10 and when the Trust told us they had updated the cottages we were eager to check them o... Read More...

Surfing Lembongan with Aaron Pirini

Nusa Lembongan is a small, rugged and scenic island just a 30-minute speedboat ride east from Sanur, Bali. Nusa Lembongan, or Lembongan is a tranquil, friendly island, dotted with Losmens, friendly locals, colourful coral and great surf. The trip ... Read More...
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Scott McRae travels to Sydney and takes us to The Star

My Parents often told me “don’t judge a book by its cover.” As a young child, I didn’t even understand what that meant, and then as I reached my teenage years, I found out that sometimes it was easier said than done. You see it and you judge it! ... Read More...

Strathearn Park Lodge

We were recently invited by owners and hosts, Lyn and Peter Hale, to come and photograph Strathearn Park Lodge, a luxury bed and breakfast just a touch south of Scone. Apart from a short weekend as a child, I’d never spent much time in this part ... Read More...
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