Get started with Stand Up Paddling (SUP) at the beautiful sheltered waters of Mindarie Marina in Perth’s north. This is a very fun and social way to get into the sport with Cristiana Chessa who also happens to be one of the most experienced paddlers in the state. Continue reading Get paddling with Stand Up Paddle Perth→
Stand Up Paddling comes with a whole range of health benefits – it’s a great cardio workout, works the core, improves balance and increases strength. Best of all, it’s fun and a great way to explore Perth’s many waterways, both on the river and ocean.
Cycling around Perth’s iconic Swan River is something everyone should do at least once. You don’t need to be Cadel Evans to cycle around the Swan. You can go fast, take it slow, take the kids or go it alone. No matter how you do it, it’s something everyone can do and it’s the best way to see the sights. Lycra’s optional, a map’s essential.
It’s about 50km to do the whole Swan River circuit. If that sounds like a lot, it’s mostly flat and unlike the Tour de France there are no mountains to conquer. You can shorten the route by using the Narrows Bridge and omit going along the South Perth foreshore and Heirisson Island. Similarly, you can extend the ride by including the Canning River and cycling along the Mt Pleasant foreshore. Adding Kings Park to the ride is also an option. Continue reading Cycling around the Swan River→
Ask anyone what they think of first when you mention Margaret River and the likely answer is wine and surfing. If you’re a surfer, don’t bother to keep reading. You’ll be kept busy with the world-class surf breaks in the region. For everyone else, wine lovers included, read on. These activities will let you indulge guilt-free in wine, cheese and chocolate later on. Continue reading Things to do in Margaret River that don’t involve Wine→
Tandem skydiving – jumping out of a plane while you’re attached to another person – is a once in a lifetime way to see Western Australia. If you are not sure if it’s a great way to spend the day, keep reading, because we’re sure you won’t be able to say no to these adventures!Continue reading Five Reasons to Jump Out of a Plane in WA→
The Cape to Cape Track is one of the best ways to explore the stunning landscape of the southwest. The 135km trail is Australia’s longest coastal walk, connecting Cape Naturaliste in the north with Cape Leeuwin, Australia’s most south-westerly point. Continue reading Walk the Cape to Cape Track→