Another of the magazines from a few months ago that just made its way to us, Australian 4WD Action issue 153 has a few pages on our travels along Cape Range and the picturesque Ningaloo Reef in central Western Australia.
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Camping With Your 4WD issue five hit the shelves today, in it is the second article of our two part piece on Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Also are a couple of short articles I did for the editor on a selection of ‘Escape The Winter Blues’ destinations. Of our travels are single page briefs of […]
An article detailing our adventures in the northern Kimberley around the Mitchell Plateau and Mitchell Falls hit the shelves earlier this week. We stumbled across it in a shopping mall in Brisbane, it’s in Australian 4WD Action issue number 148.
In the newsagent the other day we came across the first of a two part article on Western Australia’s Kimberley region we have in Camping With Your 4WD. The article pictured here tracked our travels across the Gibb River Road and up to the isolated Aboriginal settlement of Kalumburu. Fun to see a big close-up […]
The second of our 4WD articles just hit the shelves in Australian 4WD Action issue 144. This one documents our trip to Purnululu National Park and the Bungle Bungle Range when we were up north last July. The next article comes out in a few weeks in issue 145, I think that one focuses […]
Esperance (S33°49.946′ E121°53.280′) is often called the ‘Bay of Isles’ due to the myriad of granite islands littered along the coast to the south of the town’s protected harbour. We spent a few days in Esperance to tend to The Tank, which was due for a major service. We got in touch with one of […]
It was more beautiful beaches, great wineries, quaint country towns and some fantastic mountains as we headed across Western Australia’s Great Southern region over the past week or so. From Windy Harbor in D’entrecasteaux National Park we headed back inland, across Shannon National Park and toward Denmark. The famous Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk […]
Planet View: S35°00.692′ E117°52.480′ Street View: S35°00.692′ E117°52.480′ Albany’s a great little port town situated at the back of the Princess Royal Harbour smack in the middle of southern wheat belt, the huge grain silos visible from anywhere along the harbour. Many of the town’s historical buildings have been painstakingly maintained over the years and […]