Limping into Carnarvon

We are driving north away from the Shark Bay region and back on the highway, probably a couple of hours into our travels when the Landcruiser feels like it’s not riding as smoothly… Continue reading

Shark Bay Region Finale – As West As It Gets

This was one of the must do things on our list when coming to WA and that was of course to go to THE most westerly point on the mainland, Steep Point. We… Continue reading

Shark Bay Region Part 2 – Dolphins and New Experiences

After waking up to 80% humidity in Denham with the car and caravan wet and trees dripping, it was time to move on to Monkey Mia. It’s only 26kms from Denham on the… Continue reading

Shark Bay Region Part 1 -Things That Bite

Hello Denham, our first stop in the World Heritage area of Shark Bay. The meeting place of three climatic zones, home to dugongs, loggerhead turtles, dolphins, rays and sharks. And also the best… Continue reading

Cliffs, Gorges and Wildlife

We moved on to Kalbarri and to a caravan park opposite the Murchison River, which is normally blue so we’re told, but due to heavy rains further up it is a lovely muddy… Continue reading

Coronation Beach and meeting a Queen

We had read quite a lot about Coronation Beach, just a little north of Geraldton, being a great free camp spot.  So it was always on the cards that we would spend a… Continue reading

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