We recently took off for a few days to ‘The Sandon’. Located three hours south of the Gold Coast, Sandon is a barrier estuary gem embedded in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales.
After the initial drive the final step in getting to the island requires you to literally canoe with all your belongings across the river. Which also pretty much requires at least one persons bag to completely plunge into the water, thankfully most items were retrieved.
However, once at the house it was extremely serene and the typical secluded beach house scene. Unless you’re like us and have a twelve and a half year old sister in tow who insists on making musicaly’s with her ipad mini constantly, not so serene.
Here are the photos we captured there, a share of blue gradients between the sky and the sea, humble sunsets on the jetty before the day turns to night and moments of solace in between rocking canoes.