These are just a few of my travel must-haves. Maybe some are yours?
Cygnet Bay, a place to see nature at it’s grandest and most beautiful.
Used to advertise Western Australia, Purnululu National Park is really a must visit for many but it’s location means it’s a trek.
Almost an oasis in the desert, Lake Argyle is a perfect location to chill for a few days.
A day trip to the most northern town in Western Australia.
It may not be much of a town, but there is plenty to see if you’re up for it.
El Questro, 5-star facilities in the middle of the outback.
Making the most of oppoturtunities and cruising through the Buccaneer Archipelago.
Everything relies on the tides at Derby, you learn to sit back an embrace the schedule.
Broome, where red dirt meets white sand and turquoise water.
A day out exploring the sea and sand (limestone) north of Perth.
The start, or end, of the Nullarbor it’s a town worth a few hours to explore.
Making the most of a day off in the Goldfields, I hadn’t explored Kalgoorlie since I was a kid; most things haven’t changed.
The world was turned upside down in 2020, it’s taken some longer than others to process it and take 2020 as it comes.
Finding peace in remote Western Australia with little contact to the “normal” world.