for my guide to swimming holes outside of Victoria, which now
includes a small number of spots in New Zealand and the South Pacific, as well as the rest of Australia.
It has information, directions, photos and videos of waterfalls that I have visited. Great for a day trip, particularly when it is too cold for a swim.
A wide range of photographs are available, including additional images that I could not fit onto my swimming hole website.
Here are some occasional articles that I have written about fun and interesting things to do on the weekend, primarily in Melbourne, Australia.
Setting up the guide online has been a great opportunity to receive feedback from other swimmers around the world
and learn about the other creative ideas that people have. One that I particularly liked was about
Swimming Holes in the United States and Canada
This site has a interactive map of swimming holes and a description of each for travellers to the northern hemisphere. It's on my bucket list.
If you are visiting some of my swimming holes in remote areas of Victoria, I strongly suggest you pick up some good quality topographic maps, particularly
in areas without mobile phone coverage. Meridian Maps
has some great, locally produced, annotated topographic maps
across Victoria, specially created for bushwalking and 4WD enthusiasts.
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If you like what you see on this site, there are more swimming holes in the book, which has my top 50 swimming holes in Victoria, including my number one.