thoughtsOn 6. January 2020 by Cookie
Although Western Australia is not as affected by the bushfires as other parts of the country, we ask ourselves what we can do to help.
camping . thoughtsOn 15. December 2019 by Cookie
Some kilometers outside of the Cape Range National Park, there is Yardie Homestead with the added campground. It’s rural, in more than one sense.
thoughts . travellingOn 9. December 2019 by Cookie
New Norcia is the only monastery town in Australia. A little bit like it was beamed in from Spain, it sits in the middle of the Western Australia landscape. Bautiful, but with a little bit of a problematic history.
thoughts . wildlifeOn 19. October 2019 by Cookie
What stands out to us every time we are there, is the permanent sound of birds in Australia.
photography . thoughts . travellingOn 25. September 2019 by Cookie
The Central Greenough Historic Settlement is located a few kilometres north of Dongara. It consists of buildings built from 1863 to 1913 and has been restored by the National Trust.
thoughts . travellingOn 19. September 2019 by Cookie
Carnarvon is one of the big agricultural regions of Western Australia, and supplies the state with fresh fruit and vegetables.
thoughts . travellingOn 14. September 2019 by Cookie
The Northwest Coastal Highway is a long, straight road, tends to be flooded and caused this dreadful Beatles Headline.
thoughts . travellingOn 5. September 2019 by Cookie
In Geraldton, on the top of a hill looking out over the city, you’ll find the HMAS Sydney War Memorial. The memorial commemorates the loss of 645 crew members of the HMAS Sydney II, an Australian war ship that tragically did not survive an encounter with the German Raider Kormoran on 19th of November, 1941.
camping . thoughts . travellingOn 17. August 2019 by Cookie
There are far too many comments in the WikiCamp-App stating the inconsiderate behaviour of fellow travellers. Mostly it’s because people just leave their rubbish and don’t take their toilet paper with them when they are done. Mostly, the comments contain the term “leave no trace!” – well known for Australians, less so for us. The
thoughts . videosOn 21. July 2019 by Cookie
Western Australia has a direct link to the moon landing: In Carnarvon, a satellite tracking station fed data to NASA from 1964 to 1975.