Crossing the Nullabor, Border Village to Penong

After setting off east it wasn't too long (less than 20 kms) before we made our first sightseeing stop for the day. Bunda Cliffs carpark offers an awesome view to the east along the Great Australian Bight.I don't feel photos do it justice. Heavy shadows make it hard to know what the best time of …

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Crossing the Nullabor, Fraser Range Station to Madura

The next day our journey was about 400kms. Along the way today we were going to stop at quite a few little roadhouse stops. We would also drive along a 146.6 km straight road stretch. This sounds like it could be boring but in actual fact, even though it was straight, it had quite a …

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Crossing the Nullabor, Kalgoorlie to Fraser Range Station

The next day we headed off, initially south to Kambalda on Alternate Highway 94, on to Norseman then east on National Highway 1 for a further 100 kms. We left the caravan park in Kalgoorlie about 8:45. We took a short break at Kambalda. This allowed me time to complete the third hole of the …

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Eastward bound to Kalgoorlie

After a week in Perth we hooked up the caravan and started the drive east, which would eventually bring us back home. First day we drove just under 400 kms to the little wheatbelt town of Southern Cross, passing through a succession of small towns including Northam, Meckering, Tammin and Merredin. We stayed at the …

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Kings Park – Perth’s Garden Gem

Sadly Perth's winter weather had taken a turn for the worse but a few days after our excursion to Fremantle we took the train into Perth and took a bus up to Kings Park. We had been here in spring one year previously so we thought it would be interesting to visit in late winter. …

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Little Lesueur National Park has lots to offer.

Less than half an hour from Jurien Bay is one of those rare gems we were fortunate to visit whilst in Western Australia. Lesueur National Park may not be big but for plant/flower enthusiasts it is fabulous. After travelling part of the way there on a sealed road the last part is gravel. However on …

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