El Questro

El Questro Tourist Hotspot! WE ARE HERE One of the many reasons we love having a 4WD and our Tvan is that we can get off the beaten track. We love the spots not many others have seen, where we have a piece of paradise all to ourselves. Sometimes, however, there’s a paradise that’s well…

Gibb River Road

Gibb River Road Simply ‘gorge’ous 660km of dirt, dust and corrugations. The Gibb River Road isn’t the isolated one lane track of old, but it’s still an adventure and holiday destination all on its own. From west to east, Derby to Kununurra, the Gibb has plenty of hidden treats. So many gorgeous places, you’ll start…

Coconut Cake

Go Nuts! for this super easy & delish coconut cake Now I can’t take credit for this recipe, but I can absolutely vouch for it’s incredibly easy making and juicy delicious taste! I first tasted this cake at my besties house when she made it for me. It was one full size cake, and we…

Northern Kimberley

Northern Kimberley Rough as Guts! When I was a kid I travelled the Gibb River Road with my family and we had a blast, however, we never went up to Mitchell Falls. I was on map duties as a kid and looking at the map and hearing the stories about what was up that road…

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…