Batavia Coast & Gero (I’m getting the hang of the local names)

Very hot and humid weather at the moment, unusual for this area so all the locals keep telling us, but better than cold and rain. Geraldton has a lovely foreshore area with great… Continue reading

The Turquoise Coast

After saying goodbye to the visitors at our caravan door in Perth, (no kidding these two rolled up at our door together and wouldn’t leave), we headed off to the Turquoise Coast and the… Continue reading

Freo and Perth

We spent a day in Freo and what an interesting place it was.  Full of historical buildings and a huge market, it was chock-a-block on the day we were there.  People everywhere from… Continue reading

Beaches and That Jetty.

Our next move was to Yallingup (place of love) and yes we loved it.  A very easy going town with a good feel, great beaches and close to some more places we had… Continue reading

Food, Wine and Caves

Margaret River has been a region we’d been looking forward to visiting and knew we’d enjoy.  With a few winery and brewery names on our must do list, (not to mention foodie places)… Continue reading

Giants on land and in the water.

After leaving Albany we just popped over to Denmark (in WA that is). We did our quick camp set up which we are becoming a well drilled team at now, then took a… Continue reading

Every Day Another Bay

Bremer Bay was our next stop on the great WA tour. A must do is the Point Henry Drive Trail which gives you a scenic look around and yes, more stunning beaches and… Continue reading

Paradise Found!

After Esperance we travelled around 60kms east to Paradise, or Lucky Bay as it’s more commonly known.  Lucky Bay is in the Cape Le Grand National Park, you may have heard of it… Continue reading

Happy Australia Day from Esperance WA

We started our stay here by going to the visitor information centre and historical village, after all why not hear what the locals believe are the best places to visit.  We spoke to… Continue reading

The long and straight path to WA

A much anticipated part of the journey for me has been crossing the Nullarbor.  It was with a little trepidation that we set off on this next step, it seems like such a… Continue reading