Tagged: western australia

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Kalbarri Coastal Cliffs

On what seemed to be the most windiest day of the year, we were at Kalbarri Coastal Cliffs. To have an idea how bad the wind was, here is a video, using my phone...

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Rainbow Bee Eaters at Bibra Lake

Spring in Western Australia brings back the spectacular bird, the Rainbow Bee Eater. The rainbow bee eaters go north in the cold months, but return when it warms to our Perth region in Western...

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Southern Beekeepers Nature Reserve

Southern Beekeepers Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 240 kilometres (149 mi) north of Perth. From 1889 until it was officially closed in 1971, a stock route...

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After the Orchid Hunting

After hunting for orchids on Johnston Road, it was time to go home. In spring, our weekends are a lot about Orchid hunting, and it often means we have a long way to go...

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Watheroo

So it looks like John is having a two part Father’s day this year and part one was a day’s outing to Watheroo and surrounding areas. Armed with what looks like a hand drawn...

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The Drive Home

Continuing from the Coalseam Conservation Park blog…our drive. So the drive back home was in and out of wet weather, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying our first weekend outing and taking in...

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Driving to Coalseam

Not really understanding what a coalseam really is, we took our first Saturday together and decided to drive to Coalseam Conservation Park. Driving is truly the key word, as it was far and the...