Tag Archive: Western Australia

Royal Flying Doctor Service Australia

May this year marks 90 years that the Royal Flying Doctor Service has been operating in Australia. This is a group that I donate to every year because of the uniqueness of what… Continue reading

5 things you might not expect at Cape Le Grand National Park

The current edition of On The Road magazine has my story on visiting Cape Le Grand National Park in Western Australia but here are a few behind the story stories of things you… Continue reading

Want to share your day at the beach with roos?

Believe it or not there are a few places in Australia where this is possible. One of these places is Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park. If this Western Australian destination… Continue reading

Public Art Like Nowhere Else

I’ve written before of how I’m a big fan of street art or urban art especially when it brightens up what would otherwise be a dingy laneway or when it shines a light… Continue reading

Tourism Awards Time in Australia

Every year around this time the Australian State Tourism Awards and Brolga Awards in the Northern Territory happen. So keeping an eye on the results for this year in South Australia, Western Australia and… Continue reading

Caravan Maintenance

We’ve had our Jayco Sterling caravan now for three years having bought it second hand. The prices and choices were better in the eastern states than in South Australia so my husband and… Continue reading

You’ve got to have personality to stand out.

The Australian pelican and the common seagull (also known as silver gull) can be found everywhere yet their personalities are so comical that they are two subjects I love to photograph on holidays.… Continue reading

Brewing up ideas for a relaxing holiday.

Finally the sun is out, your holiday plans are being hatched and packing lists are at the ready. One of the best parts of a holiday for me is finding what the local… Continue reading

Beach Houses Australia

I love our beach house.  Its 24 feet long, has one bedroom with ensuite, a spacious kitchen / dining / living area, is air conditioned, has sky lights and a dual axle.  The… Continue reading

Go wild for Australian Flora.

With above average rainfall in some parts of inland and southern Australia this winter it will at least have one major benefit for travellers and that is the wildflower season should be spectacular.… Continue reading