AMBLE was created out of a want to express what I like and write about various topics and subjects all in the one place. The basis for the site is an online magazine showcasing my photography through stories that are of interest to me personally and hopefully others; be it automotive, arts, architecture or street culture. I drew inspiration from varying places in order to establish AMBLE as you see it currently, and I’m constantly looking for new stories out of a want to create. The face of AMBLE will stay as it currently stands, although the basis of the stories I tell and feature will be ever evolving or changing. If you have a story you’d like me to tell or know of someone whose story you feel needs to be told, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will be happy to discuss putting a story together with you.


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  1. Hi Matt,
    I’m on the peninsula, I’ve poked around a bit but haven’t found anything good to explore other than the Peninsula Center in Frankston. Any suggestions?

  2. Hi Matt,
    I’m around the Frankston area, just got a tip off about the [Location name removed by Admin], thinking of going with a few mates, care to join us?
    My mobile is **********,
    Text me if you are interested,

      1. I think Bob is referring to Willsmere from your other ‘blog, themainward.

        My partner and I are residents of Willsmere. We really appreciate the photographs you’ve taken.

      2. Thanks Lev. I have many more photographs to add to The Main Ward, I have just been unable to find the time as yet.

  3. Hi Matt. I don’t suppose you’re on twitter? It seems we have a few interests in common, and it would be cool to see what you’re up to inbetween blog posts 🙂

  4. Hi Matt. This is so cool, love your photos. Great to find another person who’s interested in these old places. I visited Point Nepean Quarantine Station and took some snaps (not proper photos like yours) as I’m hoping to set part of my next novel there (I’m a writer by trade). I’m also keen to go on some Explores. Please let me know if I’d be able to join you on an expedition sometime. Cheers

    1. Hello Meg, my apologies for such a late reply. The Quarantine Station is quite a relaxing place I find. It’s always good to meet new people to explore with, if you wish to contact me via Email in regards to future explores please feel free to do so.

  5. Hi mate, I am an aspiring tunnel explorer/photographer residing in STK Melbourne. I work away at sea through most of summer so miss out on proactically all of the cave clan meetings and never get to their ‘new member expos’, but I am desperate and incredibly keen to get some insight into where to start looking for some good tunnels. I saw one of your posts on walkingmelbourne about the Tetris?? I found a couple of drains near my place but they don’t seem overly spectacular.

    Anyway, if you have any good insight or information or even if you would like a companion or to come along and show me some good drains I’m interested either way.

    I ccan be reacched at

    thanks mate

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