Category: Your WA Tour Guide

Bluff Knoll | Everything you need to know
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Bluff Knoll | Everything you need to know

2020 has taught us West Aussies how darn lucky we are. Given the current situation, there is no better time to explore our own backyard! I decided to start with Bluff Knoll. Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in Australia’s South West. It stands at 1,099m above sea level. Yes you end up ABOVE the...

Alert the group chat – we’ve found your new favourite weekend activity
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Alert the group chat – we’ve found your new favourite weekend activity

I don’t know about you, but I find that my Friday nights turn into Monday mornings before I can even mutter the words ‘has anyone ordered the uber yet?’. It’s only when my weekends are jam-packed with spontaneity and a few servings of avo toast that I feel like time isn’t going by at 100mp/h. ...

Bulldustnback: Community and Exploring the outback
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Bulldustnback: Community and Exploring the outback

There’s something very special about hitting the open road and exploring Western Australia. You have the excitement of discovering new places and the feeling of freedom that comes with it. When you add a worthy cause, the road trip becomes even more special. On the 3rd September 2020 around 20 pre year 2000 cars that...

World Heritage Areas in WA you should have on your bucket list
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World Heritage Areas in WA you should have on your bucket list

Hiking in the Canadian Rockies, cycling along the Rhine River, exploring Machu Pichu.  As we travel the world, we like to have a purpose to that travel, so one of the things we do is tick off World Heritage sites. Not sure what they are? In 1972, UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization...