photography . travellingOn 19. February 2020 by Cookie
Fremantle is a nice, artsy town. We had a look around and got to see “Sculpture at Bathers” as well, an outdoor art exhibition.
thoughts . travellingOn 26. January 2020 by Cookie
Many tourists cancelled their plans to travel to Australia. But a holiday in Australia is possible despite the bushfires (or even because of them!).
campingOn 15. January 2020 by Cookie
Just off the NW Coastal Highway, but still reasonably quiet at night. Lots of space, shade and toilets. Also a dump point.
campingOn 12. January 2020 by Cookie
A quiet little spot in the woods off the Great Southern Highway, just outside York. Seems to be a little forgotten, though.
campingOn 8. January 2020 by Cookie
The free 72h RV camp spot is located in the town centre. Everything is easily accessible by foot.
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.
campingOn 5. January 2020 by Cookie
The 7 mile beach free camp is basically a parking spot directly in front of the beach. It is free for self contained vehicles for a maximum of 72 hours.
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.
campingOn 15. December 2019 by Cookie
The free 24h RV camp in York is conveniently located near the town and just across the Avon River.
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.