Beginning in the south as a cool coastal landscape with a lush farming hinterland, the New South Wales coast passes through major cities and ends up north as a landscape you could almost call tropical.
Footprints on a rippled and misty beach as dusk begins at Mimosa Rocks; A peaceful cemetery in Eden with prime coastal views of the sea.
Just 10 minutes from the coast to Tilba Tilba and it’s a lush farming hinterland; A wet asphalt road leading to a coastal caravan park at Tathra.
Soft sand, big rocks and little blue waves make the beach at Bermagui; Sandy path leading up from the beach at Camel Rock.
In the golden light at the end of the day norfolk pines, lush grass and picnic tables line the little bay at Kiama; The door and verandah of Australia’s oldest weatherboard terraces, found in Kiama.
Dusk, the seagulls are hanging around and it’s Thai takeaway or fish and chips at the tiny coastal town of Budgewoi; Boardwalk down to the empty Budgewoi beach, pink with the sunset.
A colourful row of three storey Newcastle terraces.
Smog obliterates the horizon in a sea filled with bulk carriers exporting coal from Newcastle; A girl plays guitar on the beach at Redhead surrounded by seagulls while a bulk carrier waits offshore.
Yellow coastal daisies flowering on the foreshore at Pacific Palms; A grey nomad tourist takes a photo along the Evans Head beach.
Looking through a pandanus to a sunset conversation on the beach at Crescent Head.
To see more photos of the New South Wales coast, go to Surfing New South Wales AUST.