Mitchell Falls

Mitchell Falls Punamii-Unpuu Trail Wakey Wakey Micky! At 4:20am the alarm sounded. We were camped at Mitchell Falls Campground, and dingoes had been howling around the gorges throughout the night. The sky of Kimberley stars and dull glow of a campfire were the only light until slowly, one by one, we emerged from the dark…

bROOMe with a view

Broome and the Dampier Peninsula All of a sudden it hit us. This thick tropical heat, like we’d crossed over into another land. We’d been getting acclimatised to the heat as we ventured up the Western Australia coast, but now the humidity was joining in. Welcome to Broome. WE ARE HERE You know, travelling is…

Karijini

Karijini A Wonderland WE ARE HERE Let us prelude this story by confessing. Nothing we say or show you here will ever do justice to the wonder of Karijini National Park. You’ve just gotta come see it for yourself. Then you can fumble for the words to convey its awesomeness just like we are about…

Cape Range

Cape Range Ningaloo’s National Park If you’re travelling up the WA coast and want to get up close and personal with the Ningaloo Reef, then Cape Range National Park is your spot. Located on the west side of the Exmouth peninsula, with no less than eight camp grounds on the beach, it’s the destination for…

WA’s Coral Coast

Coral Coast WA’s Underwater Treasures Ningaloo Reef might stretch further than you think. It was definitely bigger than we realised. Stretching for more than 300km, the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage area covers a massive 6045km2. Starting our Coral Coast Ausventure we began at Red Bluff on Quobba Station at the southern end of the reef,…

Francois Peron National Park

Francois Peron National Park Where Red Desert meets Clear Blue Sea After exploring the Edel Peninsula of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, we headed towards the Peron Peninsula. This is where you’ll find places like Shell Beach; with millions of tiny fragum cockle shells layering meters and meters deep, instead of sand, to create…

Steep Point

Steep Point Mainland Australia’s most Western Point I knew before we left Melbourne that no 4×4 journey to the west coast is complete without a trip out to Steep Point. The trip out to the most westerly point of the Australian mainland has always been popular with fishermen and more recently with tourists, however this…

Kalbarri

Kalbarri The Land of Flies and Blue Skies Nature's Window Our alarm went of at 5:50am. Michael thought it was a crazy idea, but Cassie was keen. As we drove closer and closer, the sky started getting lighter and lighter. Worry set in. Had we slept in too long and missed it? We parked the…

Turquoise Coast

Turquoise Coast From Perth to Geraldton Between Perth and Geraldton, along Western Australia’s shoreline, you’ll find the Turquoise Coast. There’s heaps of cool spots to visit for a day or extended stay, with some even accessible for a day trip from Perth! Here’s some of our favourites… WE ARE HERE Lancelin Sand Dunes This place…

D’Entrecasteaux National Park

D’Entrecasteaux National Park 4WD Paradise Located right below Pemberton in WA’s south west is the D’Entrecasteaux National Park. We had seen and heard great things about this park and it was definitely on our bucket list from the beginning of the trip. WE ARE HERE We headed south west from Pemberton down towards Yeagarup Lake…