Photoblog – #GoByCamper – Sydney to Byron Bay with Britz Campervans

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Our #GoByCamper road trip up Australia from Sydney to Cairns not only creates amazing experiences and memorable moments but also some awesome photos. So far we’ve travelled from Sydney all the way up to the top of New South Wales to Byron Bay. Below are a few of our favourite photos from our travels so far. For all the latest and many more check out our Instagram account and follow us on twitter too. You can also follow #GoByCamper for lots of updates from people on the road and check out our sponsors Britz Campervans while you’re at it too.



Our Daughter Dharma marching across the concourse at the Sydney Opera House. An iconic photo.


I’ve photographed the Opera house a number of times over the years but never seen it shine in the sunlight quote like this.


A friendly Pelican at Settlement Point in Port Macquarie. Watching the local ferry take cars and passengers over to the North Shore.


A furry little Koala having a nap at the world’s only Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie. Free to visit and well worth it!


The beach just 2 minutes walk from our Big 4 Holiday Park at Bonny Hills.


Taking a walk along the beach at Bonny Hills. Collecting pebbles with little D.


Driving on from Port Macquarie we discovered this amazing beach and estuary at


Amazing chance to get up close to a Kookaburra at the Big 4 Holiday Park, Emerald Bay, Coffs Harbour.


The harbour at Coffs Harbour filled with fishing boats sea private yachts. A great place to take a stroll.


A fish restaurant at Coffs Harbour. Could it be anything else? :)


Australia is filled with “Big Things” and this is the very first, built in 1964 and celebrating its 50th anniversary!


A friendly Water Dragon at our holiday park. Amazing how close he came. Love the detail on his skin.


The Lighthouse at Byron Bay. A very windy place to visit but absolutely epic views of the coastline and mountains.


The beach at Byron bay. No better place on the planet to watch the sun set and the waves break.


Catching some surf at The Wreck at Byron Bay. A spot where in 1922 a steam ship broke its mooring in a cyclone and sunk just of the shore. Now one of the most popular spots for surfing along the coast here.

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