Did you know you can actually see Orcas in Western Australia?
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It had long been a bucket list item of mine to see Killer Whales in the wild but it was only about five years ago that I found out about the Orcas of Bremer Bay.
Who knew I could see them in my own backyard!?
There’s the Port Arthur Ghost Tour and then there’s the Port Arthur Paranormal Investigation Tour which goes way beyond a normal ghost tour, all while exploring one of Australia’s most haunted sites! Pick your paranormal investigating equipment and pack an extra pair of knickers for this haunting ghost tour on Tasmania’s Apple Isle!
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Some of the prettiest sights seen on a Tasmanian road trip through the Bay of Fires, the Tessellated Pavements and Mount Field National Park.
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A Tasmania road trip is the perfect way to see the Apple Isle and offers a stunning variety in such a compact area. Whether you’re after a Tasmanian holiday with snow-capped mountains, white sandy beaches, moss-covered rainforests, historical ruins or bustling markets, you can find it all on a Tasmania road trip!
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You’ve surely heard of quokka selfies by now? Right!? If not, let me introduce you to the cutest animal in the world (it’s official, Internet says so). The small, round marsupial with the endearing smile lives on the prettiest island off the West Australian coast, near Perth. A must-visit when in WA!
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Perth and the very large state of Western Australia (it’s 10x the size of the UK!) has a lot to offer. From endless days of sunshine, uncrowded alabaster beaches that line the coast, to top quality produce in its restaurants and some of the friendliest locals around. A visit to Perth can add a lot more to your Australian holiday experience!
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Did you know there is a town of gnomes living in the West Australian bush? They have little gnome schools, gnome buses, gnome community groups and tiny little gnome houses. You can even bring new citizens to the gnome town.
If someone told me the population of Gnomesville was over 5,000, I’d say, ‘yeah, that sounds about right!’
Upon first entering Gnomesville you may feel your inner child squeal with glee. You might come across an Elvis gnome, Gnomi Campbell, a bikini-clad gnome sunbathing or a downright rude gnome bending over with his pants down showing his freckle! But the further you walk into Gnomesville, the more gnomes you see, or rather the more eyes you feel staring back at you. I just couldn’t ignore the slightly creepy feeling the more I explored.
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Western Australia has a number of pink lakes, caused by a combination of high salinity and salt-loving algae that create that hot pink water.
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A little video from my recent road trip through Western Australia’s wildflower country in the mid-west, just four hours north of Perth!
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Whether you have one day or several weeks, there are plenty of diverse, self-drive wildflower routes to explore in Western Australia. This wildflower road trip includes some other interesting places along the way and explores the heart of wildflower country in the mid-west.
One of the greatest wildflower displays in the world happens each year in WA, as a wave of northerly blooms descend from June onwards, heading south as the weather warms into spring and early summer. There are lots of different regions to explore either by tour or on a self-drive roadtrip.
Read my 2020 Wildflower Report to see where the wildflowers are blooming in wildflower country.
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