Places To Go At Your Own Pace

Find your own Lighthouse! Macquarie Lighthouse, Sydney Australia

This post is a little different today.

Rather than tell you where to go, I’d rather show you some magical places I have found to explore without being drained of energy.  

Places that let us go at our own pace, rather than be bustled around by other people or schedules. 

These are places that are soft, quiet and gentle places that invigorate without leaving us to deteriorate. 

If you have found anywhere else that makes you feel this way, please leave me a comment and share your discoveries!

Visit An Exhibition

Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney Australia
Tessa MacKay – Through The Looking Glass (David Wenham) – Finalist for Archibald Prize 2019
Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney Australia
Australian National Film & Sound Archives, Canberra Australia

Investigate A Historic Site

Paddington Reservoir Gardens (from above), Sydney Australia
Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Sydney Australia
Vaucluse House Estate, Sydney Australia
Vaucluse House Estate, Sydney Australia

Browse A Bookshop or the Library

State Library Victoria, Melbourne Australia
Embiggen Books, Melbourne Australia

Wander Around A Park

Centennial Park, Sydney Australia
The Domain – Phillip Precinct, Sydney Australia

Pack a Picnic

National Arboretum, Canberra Australia

Find a Lookout

National Arboretum, Canberra Australia

Play A Game

Hyde Park, Sydney Australia

Watch The Sun Set

National Arboretum, Canberra Australia

Take A Walk By The Water

Cullendulla Beach Boardwalk, Batemans Bay, Australia
Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra Australia

Take care and have an adventure, Readers! I’ll keep the light on.

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