What an amazing place! This guy is located just a couple of minutes drive from Yallingup down Wyadup Road. At the end of Wyadup Rd, you’ll find a little car park with some pretty spectacular views of the Indian Ocean. This is also a part of the Cape to Cape Track, with a trail heading North and above the rugged coast line down below. There’s a couple of smaller beaches either side though I haven’t really explored them – There was a whale carcass on the beach, and I didn’t want to end up as fish food.
What a beautiful hike!
The track begins 9kms past Jarrahdale Road on the Albany Highway, roughly an hour south of Perth. You’ll have to cross Albany Highway by foot as the parking area is on the opposite side.
Point Peron is one of those places! You know those areas where no matter how many times you’ve been, you’ll always find yourself drawn back? There’s a certain charm found in the ever changing Limestone cliffs that beats along and resonates with your heart. This little mini promontory is a spectacular sight for those geologlically minded, those who enjoy snorkeling, or even those interested in perhaps seeing dolphins in the wild for the first time. It won’t take long to walk the length of the tracks here, and there’s a few secluded little beach coves that you could pull up a chair at to watch the sun dip below the horizon and disappear into the ocean.
When you think of Toodyay you probably think of bland farms and country roads, not flowers bursting with colour, or giant hills coated in Canola. However, if you visit Toodyay in Spring, you’ll see a new life come to the little town.
The hills come alive this time of year! Hawks are soaring and the town is jiving. There’s certainly a breath of fresh air floating in the wind. You can visit the Avon River, which connects through to the
This is one of my favourite spots that I’ve ever been to! I had a friend of mine (www.wherethestyledthingsare.com) recommend this beautiful little spot to me and I’m so glad that she did. This field is absolutely littered with old pianos but finding it can
This is the old Railway line through Jarrahdale! It’s a 4km loop in which you’ll come across beautiful Australian fauna and wildlife. The railway was first
Bluff Knoll! What a spot this is. It’s actually the highest peak in southern Western Australia and is a part of the mighty Stirling Ranges. Bluff Knoll is around a four hour drive south of Perth, straight down the Albany Highway.
This, my friends, is a little place called Lake Clifton. It features these tiny oval shaped rocks called Thrombolites and is located not too far south of Mandurah. What’s so special about rocks you say? Well, they’re not just rocks. They’re actually fossils