If there is such a thing as the ‘Great Australian Dream’, cooking up a storm on a gas-powered BBQ in the park on a perfect summer day is a big part of it. Whether it’s cheap sausages and tomato sauce or something a little more gourmet, park barbies are a deeply ingrained part of our culture, and there aren’t many places more beautiful than sunny Perth to enjoy them.
Here we’ve compiled a list of our favourite Perth BBQ spots as well as a guide to finding a BBQ near you, making your next cooking adventure in the great outdoors a little easier. Continue reading The best spots for a Perth barbeque in the park
Are you as excited about the school holidays as your kids are?
Well, if you’re looking for some inspiration on amazing school holiday activities in Perth over the summer, you need to read this.
From educational attractions to cultural experiences, animal encounters to creative crafts, energetic outings to festive Christmas carnivals, here are some great things to see and do in Perth during the school holidays. Continue reading Interesting things to do in the Perth school holidays
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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. Here’s a list of things to do in Margarete River that 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
Faversham House in York is one of Western Australia’s most historic houses and makes for a luxurious weekend getaway. It provides the perfect base to explore York and the Avon Valley. Alternatively, if you don’t feel like going anywhere, the impressive manor is also the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the historic property and gorgeous garden.
Continue reading Our stay at Faversham House in York WA
There’s no need to leave your four-legged bestie at home with these dog-friendly caravan parks in Albany WA and surrounding areas. Continue reading Dog-friendly Caravan Parks Albany
The caves around Margaret River formed over a million years ago and are one of the natural wonders of Australia’s southwest. If you haven’t gone underground at a Margaret River cave, then don’t miss the chance to visit one of these subterranean wonderlands on your next trip south. Continue reading The best Margaret River caves to explore
Large caravans come with plenty of extras, but they can sometimes be inconvenient to own and operate. If you’re planning an off-road trip, a smaller caravan can be a lighter and more flexible choice, while still bringing you all the benefits of caravan living. Continue reading The benefits of having a small caravan
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York is an easy 90-minute drive from Perth and makes for an ideal self-drive day trip from Perth or an even better weekend getaway. It’s one of WA’s most historic towns and along with giving insight into the region’s history, the town in the Avon Valley offers plenty of other great things to do.
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Camping in Margaret River doesn’t need to be all about overflowing, busy campsites. There are plenty of spots where you can go camping in Margaret River and be among the region’s towering Jarrah and Karri forests and lush river banks.
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There’s so much to love about Fremantle but lately, one of my favourite places to explore is the precinct around Bathers Beach. Bathers Beach Fremantle is a quick walk from the town centre and the Esplanade and is a lovely spot to while away a few hours, laze on the beach and explore the Bathers Beach Art Precinct.
Continue reading History and art at Bathers Beach Fremantle