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Kalbarri Trace Fossils

Everything you need to know about the Eurypterid and Skolithos trace fossils of Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia. Kalbarri is undeniably one of the most picturesque towns on the Western Australia coast. With the wide sweeping Murchison River mouth and white coastal cliffs sheltering the town, it is a camping and fishing dream. The incredible red sandstone...

Columnar Basalt at Black Point, D'Entrecastreau National Park

Black Point, D’Entrecastreaux National Park

Absolutely everything you need to know about Black Point and the Bunbury Basalts Standing on the the black rock pillars looking out to sea you could be excused for thinking you are on the Giants Causeway in Ireland, or even the volcanic wonderland of Iceland; but this striking headland is Black Point in southwest Western Australia.  Black point is one of only a...

Hikers watching for whales out to sea

7 of the best spots in Margaret River for whale watching from the beach

Watching humpback whales breaching and smashing in the ocean is an incredible experience, but the whale watching cruises can be quite expensive. What if I told you that you could have an incredible cetacean encounter without spending a cent? Thats right, completely free. In Western Australia we are blessed with great weather, stunning scenery and some of the best...

11 fun, exciting and challenging games to play at camp when bad weather interupts your plans. Turn rainy days into educational expeditions with these tips #campingtips #campinghacks #westernaustralia #games #toddlers #kids #familyouting #familytravel

How To Keep The Kids Entertained When You’re Camping In The Rain

Going camping is all about immersing yourself in the elements. The sun, the sea, wandering through the forest and sleeping under the stars. But how do you keep the family entertained when you really are stuck out in the elements? Our last road trip took ran slightly off course when we headed into a huge rainstorm on our third night. We had planned to stay two nights...

A Landscape Transformed - Wooleen Station after the rains: Over the course of one weekend in mid April the landscape of the Murchison Region was entirely transformed. From dry to filled river and lake in just 2 days #murchisonregion #murchisonriver #wooleenstation #river #lake #ephemeral

A Landscape Transformed – Wooleen Station after a storm

Over the course of one weekend in mid April the landscape of the Murchison Region was entirely transformed. After a long five months with no rain, there was a buzz in the air and sense of excitement amongst pastoralists at the possibility of some precipitation on the horizon. We arrived at Wooleen Station on the Friday morning. After checking in at the homestead and...

Wildflowers Western Australia

Wildflowers: Western Australia’s Best Kept Secret

Each year at the end of winter the deserts and grasslands of Western Australia spring to life with a dazzling display of native wildflowers. This vibrant natural wonder is one of the states top attractions, yet you don’t need a fancy 4-wheel drive, boat, or bulging wallet to appreciate them. You can find spectacular displays in and around Perth, especially Kings...

Crystal Quest at Sugarloaf Rock, Margaret River

Exploring the Crystals and Swirls of the Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks at Sugarloaf Rock Sugarloaf Rock is close to the top of most people’s Margaret River bucket list. The monolith rises from the Indian Ocean close to the northern end of the Capes region, just a few kilometres from Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. It has been the focus of many sunset photos and selfies...

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