Category: Western Australia

Life as an adventurer: travels and exploration so far in 2017

Upon moving to Queensland, one of my goals I made for myself was to do a lot more travelling and exploring and so far I think I’ve done pretty well in that department. And I have to add that spending time outdoors in the middle of a stinking hot summer is not easy feat, which makes me even more proud… Read more →

Along the Bibbulmun Track, Western Australia: On rediscovering a love for hiking

I absolutely adore hiking. There’s something about being out in nature, challenging yourself to climb up nasty hills and staircases, taking photos of all the incredible natural gems you come across, being away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and in my case, falling over and picking yourself up, bruises, cuts and all. And while I’ve managed to… Read more →

“There’s nothing to do in Bunbury”: On going off the beaten track in Western Australia and proving the naysayers wrong

Most Western Australians associate a weekend “down south” away from Perth with places such as Margaret River, Dunsborough, Busselton or even as far as Albany and Denmark. Judging by the strange looks people have given me over the past few weeks when I’d tell them my plans for the long weekend that just passed, I think it’s safe to say… Read more →