Conto Campground is located 21 kilometres south of the tourist town of Margaret River in Western Australia (270kms south of Perth). To find the campground head out of Margaret River on the Bussell Highway, turn right onto Boodjidup Road, left onto Caves Road and then right onto Conto Road.Read More »
We just had a relaxing stay at Tony’s Bend Campground in Dwellingup. Our days were spent walking along the banks of the river, swimming, kayaking, warming up by the camp fire and I even managed to read my book! Something that doesn’t normally happen when you have two small children.
Dwellingup is located 100 kms south of Perth and Lane Poole Reserve is set along the banks of the Murray River. As soon as you drive into the 55,000ha reserve you are surrounded by tall Jarrah trees. The road winds its way along the river with spectacular views of the valley and river below.Read More »
Do you need a weekend away? Want a quiet little coastal town to relax in close to Perth? Then Guilderton is the perfect spot for you! Located only 95 kilometres north of Perth. Guilderton or commonly known as Moore River is a picturesque town ideal for a day trip or a weekend getaway.
If the weather is looking good we often put the kayaks on the roof of the 4wd, jump in the car and head off on an adventure. So, if you are looking to escape the city and what to know what there is to do in Moore River then blog post is for you.Read More »
Situated on top of a limestone cliff and looking down at the beach we could see a secluded camp ground. We were driving from Port Gregory to Horrocks when we took a track off to the side to do some exploring. As we are ones who never stick to the main road we often find some awesome spots and this is how we stumbled upon Little Bay.Read More »
Port Gregory became our home for a week, we set up our camper trailer and enjoyed a peaceful stay at the Caravan Park. As soon as we arrived we were made to feel welcome. The owners were away and they had someone looking after the park. The caretakers were extremely helpful and always around the park checking things were running smoothly.Read More »
Billy Goat Bay is a pristine beach with white sand and crystal clear blue water. We visited the bay during the school holidays and I was stunned that we were the only ones on the beach, there was not another sole in site.
The bay curves for about a kilometre with views of Lipfert Island and Orton Rock. The water was very calm and there is a shallow reef which looks perfect for snorkelling.Read More »
All it takes is driving 31 kilometers along a dirt road from Port Gregory and then you are in another country! We even got our passports stamped and the children were issued with visas to prove it!Read More »
Dalwallinu will always be my home. It is the place I grew up, where 4 generations have lived. This is the longest I have been away from my home and I had a strong urge to return to my roots. Show my children what country life is like.
Dalwallinu is located 252 kilometres north east of Perth, a place of wheat and wattle. A wheat and sheep farming town but also known for it’s wildflowers. From July to October the country side bursts into bloom with a large variety of wildflowers.
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We hitched the camper trailer to the car and set off for a weekend at Willowbrook Farm. The kids could get up close and personal with the animals. We all enjoyed exploring the property, relaxing, having a chat by the camp fire and stargazing.Read More »
Having no easter accommodation booked and not wanting to risk missing out on a free camping spot we decided to camp on a private property. Having never been to Bridgetown or the Blackwood River we were excited to find The Sancturary.Read More »