Murwillumbah

Annual Leave

Just got back from annual leave in Tasmania, with Kel. We covered a fair amount of KMs in a motorhome and toured from Hobart, clockwise around the west coast, up to the north, down the midlands back to Hobart and then finishing in Lake St Clair at The Pumphouse. Such a cool island, it’s our third trip their together and we saw a few new animals we hadn’t seen in the flesh. I even found a scorpion in my pocket. Here are a few images from our trip and a video to sum it up for Kel’s 30th, a clip I uploaded to instagram.

Hand written signage on a truck in Port Arthur.

Hand written signage on a truck in Port Arthur.

Waves at Remarkables Cave, Southern Tas.

Waves at Remarkables Cave, Southern Tas.

Funghi growing in the sub tropical forest of Nelson Falls.

Funghi growing in the sub tropical forest of Nelson Falls.

Cascade Draught from our camp spot in Strahan.

Cascade Draught from our camp spot in Strahan.

Kelly at Platypus Bay, Lake St Claire

Kelly at Platypus Bay, Lake St Claire

A wombat in the Marshland behind Pumphouse Point accomodation on Lake St Claire

A wombat in the Marshland behind Pumphouse Point accomodation on Lake St Claire

Kelly walking along the leafy bank river at Ross.

Kelly walking along the leafy bank river at Ross.

The fog sets in

It's always a nice drive along the old highway through Northern NSW, but even more special in Autumn, when the morning fog makes its way over the hills of Duranbah and smother the fields to the west, all the way out to Murwillumbah and beyond. I stopped to take a few snaps this morning on my Nikon, because you never know when it might end. I cherish these days where we can still breathe fresh air and find space. Something that future generations will struggle to find. I wonder what this area will be in 50 years, or if we will realise that the wealth is in the fruits that this land provides.


Danny Armstrong Studio is a graphic design and brand studio, located in Currumbin, Gold Coast Australia. Through research and workshopping, I specialise in creating branded material four business and individuals, to create engaging visual communication that incites curiosity through the use of simple, minimal and fundamental design principles.