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Kalbarri- Western Australia – “You will love it”

Kalbarri ranks as one of our most favorite places in Australia.If your planning a Western Australia road trip, you have to mark Kalbarri as a destination to explore for a few days!  It’s a beautiful town that we think has everything on offer. Coastal cliff views, a unique river and spectacular inland gorges. It’s a popular  holiday destination by all and we highly recommend early booking of your accommodation, as this town sells out fast during peak tourist season. Continue reading

10 Great Tips for a Successful Drive along the Nullarbor

Driving the Eyre Highway or more commonly known as The Nullarbor is one of Australia’s most epic self-drive adventures. The highway covers 1200km of land stretching from Norseman, Western Australia to Ceduna, and South Australia. Tackling the journey is a must do experience and gives you realization about remoteness and the real outback Australia. Whatever the direction being east to west you won’t be disappointed by your drive with some some spectacular stops along the way.  We have driven the Nullarbor a couple of times now and here are our 10 tips for you to have a successful and great drive along the Nullarbor Plain. Continue reading

Boulder Discovery Park- Western Australia

For a trip to Kalgoorlie you have many caravan park options in the townships of both Kalgoorlie and Boulder to choose from. We chose Wikicamps to help us find the best and closest caravan park to us on our visit. We have found the WikiCamps app to be a great investment as it is a wealth of information in one single search. We definitely recommend the $7.99 purchase of this app.

We chose to stay at Boulder Discovery Park for 3 nights. Upon check in we were very impressed with the customer service there. The staff member gave us all options for camping sites which included the standard sites and ensuite sites. They provided options for things to do in Kalgoorlie/Boulder and provided maps to assist us. They were very helpful and genuinely wanted to make sure our stay was excellent. Continue reading

9 Essential Attractions to Visit in Kalgoorlie- Western Australia

The beautiful city of Kalgoorlie Boulder nestled in the Goldfields region of Western Australia is the largest Outback City.

If you have just driven or going to be driving the Nullarbor, Kalgoorlie is a great place to stop for a few days and take a break. There is many things to see and do in the city itself and you won’t be disappointed by a trip here.

With our trip to “Kal” we stayed 3 days and found plenty of things to pass our time. As this was our second trip here, we wanted to make sure we crossed everything off the list and knew we had to splurge on a few of the attractions.  However there is still many low cost options available here if your on a budget. Continue reading

14 Low Cost Attractions in Geraldton Western Australia

Geraldton in Western Australia is known to be one of the windiest cities in Australia. The city runs adjacent to the Indian Ocean and apart from the wind everyday, “Gero” as we like to call  it has a lot to offer for tourists.   Having lived in Geraldton for close to 2 years we feel confident that we can provide our readers the best low cost attractions for everyone to enjoy when your next in the city. Continue reading

3 Essential Road Trip Tips in Western Australia

Western Australia is a huge state, think about it, it’s the whole size of VIC, NSW and QLD put together. If you’re driving on the main roads in WA you will find they are actually very good to drive on. However the further remote you travel away from major towns, some roads can turn to dirt and certain weather conditions can impact your drive on these roads.

Any weather event being, flood, cyclone, bush fire, storm they all happen here.  To stay up to date here is our top 3 tips to keep you informed of the changing road conditions in Western Australia. Continue reading

5 reasons why you need to visit Western Australia

Moving to Western Australia, was never on our to do list. We always had a passion to travel to Queensland as it’s known as the beautiful “Sunshine State” Little did we know that Western Australia, has so much to offer and can be affordable to visit.  After living here  for almost 3 years we know it’s a great place to both live and work. Continue reading

Wildflowers of Western Australia


Do you like to get out of the house and get back to nature? Do you want to capture the best picture of beautiful flowers that form in the wild? If you’re in the state of Western Australia, you can find over 12,000 species of wildflowers during peak season from June to November.   Western Australia has the world’s largest collection and it’s quite staggering when you consider 60% of them in the world are found in Western Australia. Continue reading

Oakabella Homestead- Western Australia

Are you interested in a historic homestead with supernatural activity? Want to learn the history and many chilling stories of the past?  If you are heading north of Geraldton and looking to take a short break, we recommend stopping at the Oakabella homestead which is just off the North West Coastal Highway.

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The half hour tour of the homestead costs only $10 per person and takes you through the 13 room cottage, old kitchen house, shearing shed and church.  Loretta who is the tour guide has lived in the old homestead and has many stories to tell of the past and some of the paranormal activity that occurs.  Continue reading

Cee & See Caravan Park- Rockingham- Western Australia

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Are you wanting to stay in a nice Caravan Park just out of Perth City? Still wanting to have ocean views and the beach front on your door step? Well we have the best spot for you, the Cee and See Caravan Park in Rockingham, Western Australia. Its approximately 40km south of the city but gives you everything you are after! 

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It is a difficult place to get hold of to book a stay, there is no direct website for the Caravan Park to confirm prices or facilities. We found its best to  contact them direct in the mornings to book a stay.  Hopefully our photos do justice as there was no other websites showing any pictures of the park. Continue reading

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