Portarlington

The nice thing about staying in Melbourne’s west is the ease of access to the grand touring areas of the Bellarine Peninsula and the proximity to the Great Ocean Road, Brisbane Ranges National Park and the like. Here’s an aerial perspective of Portarlington near Queenscliff, just a 60minute drive away from Tarneit, given good traffic….

Werribee’s K Road Cliffs

A poignant local landmark, Werribee’s K-Road Cliffs tells a story of a river that has travelled 110kms from Melton and Lerderderg. Sometimes little known to outsiders as it is on the quiet end of K Road. past the Victoria state rose garden, Werribee Mansion and the Open Zoo. Here it is on its final legs of…

Lake Daylesford

An easy hour’s drive away from Tarneit are the central highlands of Victoria. Daylesford is a popular escape for Melburnians and here’s a perspective of it from the air. Shot with: Tarneit from the Sky by BT is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Based on a work at https://livingintarneit.wordpress.com. Permissions beyond the scope of this…