My top five photos from the Fraser Coast

Living on the Fraser Coast has given my family and I a real opportunity to spend more time outdoors.

Beelbi Creek cattle farm. PHOTO: Shaun Ryan.

We have embraced the outdoor lifestyle that exists in the region and are lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world.

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Living just a few minutes from the beach means we are able to explore the rockpools – looking for crabs, little fish and shells on the spur of the moment.

There are historic buildings in Maryborough, beautiful parks, beaches and piers in Hervey Bay and breathtaking views of the ocean from Point Vernon.

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Below are my five favourite photos taken on the Fraser Coast since relocating to the region in November 2019.

There is so much negativity in the world, but we are surrounded by positives if we are just willing to look for them.

1. Urangan Pier

2. Mary Ann steam train (Queen’s Park)

3. Torquay beach bench

4. Beelbi Creek cattle farm

5. Successful rock find on Cooper’s Walk

This article was originally published on Shaun Ryan Media on September 17, 2020.

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