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Following freedom fighter Fanny’s footsteps through the city of Perth

I have just walked in the footsteps of Perth resistance fighter Fanny Balbuk Yooreel.  Born around 1840, the Indigenous Whadjuk woman has been raised from...

Bindi Bindi Dreaming provides a journey discovering Aboriginal history and culture

Marissa Verma bubbles with excitement at the response her Bindi Bindi Dreaming company has generated in spreading interest in Aboriginal history and culture.  “I just...

A great wheatbelt visit to Mangowine historic homestead and inn near...

Mangowine Homestead in Nungarin is the oldest house in the WA Wheatbelt. It is situated just 15km north of Nungarin on the Karomin Road. The...

World’s largest mural breathes new life into the town of Collie

Nothing prepared us for WA’s incredible tourist attraction that has raised quaint Collie to new heights. Photographs don’t do justice to the world’s largest mural,...

People urged not to travel to Wittenoom… ever

While Karijini National Park in Western Australia’s Pilbara region has earned an international reputation for its remote, rugged splendour, there is one deadly blemish...

Bridgetown – the perfect spot to enjoy winter in the south...

Bridgetown takes your breath away, whether tackling tall trees, climbing rolling hills, traversing valleys or ducking daringly into the Blackwood River. Early in the morning,...

Perth art lovers invited to a Margaret River art adventure

A record 140 artists from Bovell, east of Busselton to Witchcliffe, south of Margaret River will participate in the eighth Margaret River Region Open...

Discover the biggest wildflower show in the world, in WA

Shire of Ravensthorpe is renowned for its abundance of flora and fauna and is considered a biodiversity hotspot. It has a rich farming and...

Two men in a boot discover the delights of the Bibbulmun...

Those of a certain age may remember, Three Men in a Boat, Jerome K Jerome’s book about three toffs boating on the Thames River...

One of the world’s biggest monoliths is in our own backyard

Mt Augustus, one of the great wonders of the natural world, has been hiding in plain sight in one of the world’s greatest wildernesses...

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