Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Never stop travelling, exploring and taking photos

Hi everyone, just a quick update to let you know I am still out there travelling, exploring and taking photos of our beautiful Western Australia.

I have been updating the INDEX on this page with the new travel posts, updated information and new images,

 so please go to the INDEX as your first port of call if you are searching for Western Australian travel. I have found it will probably be more reliable than the "search this blog" tab if you know what area you are looking for.

The new links will take you to my other blog which will have to latest information and images - Life Images by Jill.  Link to Life Images by Jill

I hope you will visit me there for more recent and more photos. 

Notable trips over the last few years have been -

In 2012 we travelled to the far north eastern corner of the wheatbelt to free camp at a number of huge granite rock outcrops and also explored the Indian Ocean Drive along Western Australia's coast.

In 2013 we traversed the Holland Track for the first time in the remote southern Western Australian goldfields and then up through the woodlines area camping at various granite rocks, and also travelled across the Nullabor to South Australia - two firsts for us.

In 2014 our most notable trip was to revisit Karijini National Park with first time visits to explore Mt Augustus and the Kennedy Ranges in the Pilbara of Western Australia. I wondered why I had never been there before!

I am always searching for new places to visit, although we have to travel further and further afield to find somewhere we haven't been before.

I wonder where our next trip will be? I haven't planned it yet - but rest assured you will be able to read about it here on Tour Downunder Western Australia or my other blog Life Images by Jill.  Perhaps I will meet up with you at a campsite somewhere.
Happy travels!

Here is a pic of Mount Augustus - you can read about it by clicking here - Flowers that bloom in the red rock of Mount Augustus and here - Mount Augustus walk trails


  1. When I come to Australia I am going to keep this handy.

    1. Thanks - I am glad you consider it will be useful for you. There is so much to see in Western Australia it will be difficult to choose what you would like to see the most!

  2. Fabulous colours,beautiful image.....very primal!

  3. well, its an interesting blog....

  4. Love this part of our state, it's so raw and rugged.

  5. The Pieman river is a great area of Tasmania - it marks the southern edge of the Tarkine.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne


Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have enjoyed this tour around Western Australia. I look forward to hearing from you and thank you for taking the time to comment.