My wife and I just got back from a trip to Australia. We made a tour, starting in Melbourne (1 day), driving the Great Ocean Road to Port Fairy with a stop in Apollo Bay and Port Fairy, before traveling to the Grampians (National Park). After having one full day in the Grampians, we drove back to Melbourne Airport for a flight to Hobart, Tasmania. In Tasmania we spend one day in Hobart, then drove to Cradle Mountain National Park and ended in Freycinet. The last 2 days were spent in Sydney. It was a memorable trip. Not only because we met with an uncle I had not seen in 25 years but also because of Australia’s wildlife. Although the scenery is beautiful, it is the sheer amount of birds and wildlife that made a lasting impression. I should add trees as well. The variety in trees is amazing. My wife did not get enough of taking photos of trees. In this thread I would like to share some photos that helps me bring back some good memories and may help you in planning a trip to South East Australia. You won’t find any spectacular shots of beautiful sky colors, smoothened water surfaces, etc. Just the usual "quick shot" tourist photos. If anyone is interested in the details of the trip that may help in planning your own trip, don’t hesitate to contact me!