Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Travel Western Australia update 2015

Hi everyone, I hope you are doing some travel either around your home country, state, overseas or right here in Western Australia. 

A reminder to everyone, if you are looking for a Western Australian destination on my blog, please go to my Index as the first port of call where you will find links to my blog posts both here on Tour Downunder Western Australia and my main blog - Life Images by Jill

2015 has flown by in a flash. Life is far too busy, but we have managed to take some time out for some travel, if only short day trips.

Here's some links to show you what we have been up to - I hope you will visit me at some of these destinations.

 In late September early October, we travelled out through the eastern wheatbelt to Dryandra, McDermid Rock, Cave Hill and through the Great Western Woodland and the central wheatbelt - 

 Camping in the Dryandra Woodland
Free camping at McDermid Rock 
Spring in the Western Australiand wheatbelt 

Murchison River camping, Wooleen Station - In July we travelled to Kalbarri and then took a dirt road across to the Murchison and camped on the banks of the Murchison River at one of Wooleen Station's river-side camps for a few days. Absolute quiet river frontage. Bliss.

In June we helped maintenance volunteers on the Bibbulmun Track near the Grimwade campsite. A walk with Bibbulmun Track volunteers

 In May we visited the Golden Valley Tree Park in Balingup to see the trees putting on their autumn colours. Autumn in the Golden Valley Tree Park
and closer to home explored the beautiful Ferguson Valley - How green was my valley - Ferguson Valley

In April we went bushwalking at Hoffmans Mill near Harvey.  Bushwalking at Hoffmans Mill

In March I blogged about 10 things to do in Yallingup without going to the beach. 10 things to do in Yallingup
and we enjoyed a lazy Sunday lunch at Flutes Winery - Lazy Sunday lunch, Flutes, Yallingup

  In February we watched 2000 people swim 3.6km around the Busselton Jetty in the annual Busselton Jetty swim -  Busselton Jetty Swim

And in January we travelled to Denmark and Albany via the historic St Werburghs Chapel built in 1873 just out of Mt Barker. St Werburghs Chapel, Mt Barker

Happy travels everyone.