We have just enjoyed a weekend away at Coles Bay on our states East coast. Coles Bay has always been a favourite holiday spot for our family over the years. John and I were joined by our son, Zac , our daughter in law Sarah and little Harry.
We rented a holiday house , Blue Ridge Retreat , which was excellent and had magical views . This was the view from the deck looking toward the Hazards.
A weekend of exploring , walking and playing with a toddler called for comfortable casual wear, Nicola Waite pants, a black knit and a black and white tee paired with a red scarf and vintage red velvet cap .
We were very lucky with weather considering it was the last Winter weekend , every day was clear and sunny with fairly mild temperatures. Warm enough for a late afternoon play on the beach.
The town of Coles Bay is also the main entrance to Freycinet National Park . The park is known for its pink granite peaks , secluded bays and white sandy beaches and abundant bird life. It attracts walkers and climbers from all over the world .
Father, son and grandson – creating new family memories . A little bush walker in training.
Flowering season for our Tasmanian natives , Tasmanian Blue Gum (top) and flowering Tea Tree.
I really liked the colour and texture in this stump from a native fern.
Sarah and Harry checking out the view over Wineglass Bay after an enjoyable walk. Harry’s little legs did a great job climbing lots of steps with just a little help along the way.
Joining Mica for Weekday Wear, Jess for Turning Heads Tuesday and Nancy for Fancy Friday.