We were planning on spending a few more nights camping at various spots within the Fitzgerald River National Park but decided to head to Esperance as Sharni picked up some relief teaching work there. […]
After spending two nights camping in the dunes we decided to move on to Quaalup Homestead in the middle of the Fitzgerald River National Park with the promise of a hot shower. Quaalup has a […]
We have just spend our first night dune beach camping in Fitzgerald National Park near the mouth of Gordon Inlet at Tooregullup Beach. The unsealed 20km dirt road took almost 2 hours to drive […]
Today we explored Wellstead Museum, just out of Bremer Bay township. It cost $6 per person which wouldn’t be so bad if everything was labelled and had extra information and history. There […]
After our cross country marathon cycle from Bremer Bay to Fisheries Beach and back yesterday we decided to have a bike free day! Today we did the very tame 4km Wellstead Estuary Walk along […]
After a gruelling 8 km bike ride battling strong winds and steep roads we finally made it. Joe thinks it was worth it, I am still deciding while dreading the ride BACK […]
The cutest little wallabies greeting me before I have an evening shower at Bremer Bay Caravan Park.
We arrived in Bremer Bay yesterday and spent our first luxurious night at Bremer Bay Caravan Park (the one by the beach). The facilities are really good, clean and modern by caravan […]
It was getting too hot in the Stirling Ranges. Much too hot to climb any mountains. We needed some beach so we spent Monday night camping at Boat Harbour Beach, a little bush camping spot […]
We’ve just spent the last five days and four nights camping at Moingup Spring, Stirling Range National Park while exploring a couple of the mountain peaks in the area. Have had fun chatting with all the […]
On Sunday, we ventured from our campsite in the Stirling Range National Park to the Sleeping Lady Chalet in the Porongurup Range to meet up with our friends Kathryn & Steve who had […]
The day after climbing Bluff Knoll we climbed Mount Hassell, still in the Stirling Ranges, which is half the length of the Bluff Knoll walk and 200m less in height. The track was mainly loose […]
Bluff Knoll, Stirling Range National Park, Stirling Ranges Climbed Bluff Knoll, the highest mountain peak in the southern half of Western Australia. The track is well-defined, clear and well maintained. It is […]
It started raining the last couple of days we were at Shelley Beach, West Cape Howe National Park. So we decided to move on and make the half hour trip to Albany Sunday […]
Life doesn’t get any better than this. Icy cold banana smoothies over looking shelley beach. Yummy! Blended banana & milk is the best combination in the world. Made with the Thermomix.