Just saying the name of this beautiful town is like letting out a relaxing sigh. And just like that when you arrive in town and set your caravan up at the First Sun Holiday Park on the beachfront, you know you’ve arrived somewhere special. My latest article in Australian Caravan + RV magazine is all… Read More Ah Byron
This is a line from my favourite poem “My Country” by Dorothea Mackellar and the reason I love this poem is, as anyone who has ever travelled in Australia knows, the words resonate so deeply yet so succinctly. This line in particular kept jumping into my mind on the last road trip where we hugged the coastline… Read More I love Her Jewel Sea
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 didn’t know much about it other than where it was before heading over here and then the more we found out about… Read More Shark Bay Region Finale – As West As It Gets
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 welcome we’ve received yet…emus at the entrance to town.
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 brown colour. We weren’t too disappointed though as there was the promise of plenty of other beautiful vistas in the Kalbarri National… Read More Cliffs, Gorges and Wildlife
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 bit of time there. Free camp is a bit of a misnomer, but only paying $8 per head per night is pretty… Read More Coronation Beach and meeting a Queen