Oh how I love Mt Warning, I wanted to share another one, these huge plants are an indication that you are 80% of the way up and the more frequent they get the higher you are! There are heaps up the chain section. It’s such a unique climb, it’s hard getting up and you feel it missing half your sleep and it’s a bit awkward getting down thinking do I sleep or do I just stay up and the whole day you kind of feel like a shell of a man. But honestly the experience is worth it, maybe it’s worth what my friend @jesscod recommends climb it to watch sunset then climb down or camp up there and do sunrise then climb down, all new strategies!!
Those coastline views are worth climbing anything for.
We are just loving South Australia. Being winter, it is so quiet here, we are not battling any crowds and are really taking our time exploring this state.
11.8.18, Day 4: Started the day at @therocksmarkets to soak in the atmosphere of art, music, fun, retail and food! Thereafter we took the very scenic long trail around the Circular Quay area of Sydney's most iconic attractions - Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House, with plenty of seagulls hosting us for dinner at @operakitchen.#iloveaustralia#sydney2018