Sandy Cape Recreational Parkjust north of Jurien Bay (223 kms north of Perth) was a spot that farmers often camped at and the land was used by squatters. In the 1920’s they erected makeshift shacks but in 2002 the shacks were removed and Sandy Cape became a Recreational Camping Area opening in December 2004. It is now a very popular camping area and we often spend time camping here.Read More »
What better way to spend the long weekend then to hook up the camper trailer and head north along the coast. For the next few days Cervantes a laidback fishing town which is well know for its crayfish but probably better know for the Pinnacles became our home.Read More »
You have your 4wd and you are ready to take it off road to explore the bush, go camping or do some day trips but not sure what modifications and supplies you need to make your journey safe and enjoyable?
From our experience the below modifications/purchases is what we would spend our hard earned cash on and most items are under $500.Read More »
Yallingup is a beautiful area in the South West of Australia and so many people spend their time visiting caves, beaches, wineries, breweries, art galleries and many other local produces that are for sale. The area also has many natural wonders and Quinninup Falls is a hidden little treasure that not many people know about.Read More »
I have been camping several times while I was pregnant, the last time I went I was 33 weeks when we stayed at Sandy Cape. So many women said to me there is no way they would go. Was I doing the right thing? I must admit I was nervous about going, what if something goes wrong? what if I go into labour early? what if we can’t get to a hospital in time? There were so many what if’s going through my mind.Read More »
SandyCape is one of our favourite camping spots located 10 kilometres north of Jurien Bay (223km North of Perth) on Indian Ocean Drive. The turn off to the area is signed and it is a gravel road down to the camping area, all cars can access the camp area.Read More »
The children were up at the crack of dawn so we all huddled onto the main bed of our camper trailer watching the sun rise out the window and listening to the wind shake the canvas. The weather always sounds worse from inside a tent however we knew that we would not be spending the entire day on the beach at Sandy Capelike we had done the previous day.