Posts in the Category: Hiking & Walking

Joffre Gorge, Karijini National Park

Posted in - Hiking & Walking & North West on May 21st 2017 0 Comments Trail-into-joffre

Karijini National Park would have to be the most remote national park we’ve visited thus far,  627,422 hectares of landscape in the semi arid Pilbara region. From one gorge to the next, we spend the good part of one afternoon scrambling down and up rocks and swimming in a cold pool at Joffre Gorge.

From Dales campground we take a sealed …

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Hiking Mount Bruce in Karijini National Park

Posted in - Hiking & Walking & North West & western australia on April 17th 2017 0 Comments Mount Bruce

Mount Bruce is located in the Pilbara region within Karijini National Park. Being Western Australia’s second tallest peak, our walk is set to be an adventurous and challenging one as we scale to 1,234 metres above sea level.

The trail is classified into 3 categories beginning with Class 2, then into 3 before the serious climb along class 5 …

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Deep Gorge, Burrup Peninsula – Summer Season

Posted in - Hiking & Walking & North West & Pilbara & western australia on March 12th 2017 3 Comments IMG_4297

Setting out from the town of Karratha, we embark on a short drive towards Dampier en-route to the Burrup Peninsula where Western Australia’s 100th national park is located.

Murujuga National Park was created a couple of years ago under a unique partnership between the government and traditional custodians –  Ngarluma-Yindjibarndi, the Yaburara-Mardudhunera and the Woon-goo-tt-oo.

Just before Hearson’s Cove, we …

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Summer Landscape at Shenton Bushland

Posted in - Day trips from Perth & Hiking & Walking & Microadventure Perth & Perth, Australia & western australia on January 26th 2017 2 Comments Shenton-Bushland-wa-2

Gearing up for a move, we’ve been committed to some long days of packing and this means not much time for the routine cycles, so we’ve turned to short bush trails for a bit of a relaxing break.

We chanced upon Shenton Bushland when dropping off some linen to the Cat Haven earlier in the week and decided …

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52 Weekend Microadventures to try from Perth

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Camping & Cycle Perth & Day trips from Perth & Featured & Healthy life & Hiking & Walking & Microadventure Perth & western australia on December 27th 2016 5 Comments Microadventure-perth

In the spirit of new experiences, the running theme for this list is outdoors, nature, wildlife and positive challenges. Also, a few coffee breaks slipped in for good measure.  52 outdoor activities and micro adventures to try from Perth, so that is one every weekend for an entire year. A little trip may give you the same …

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Mt Chudalup and D’Entrecasteaux National Park

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Hiking & Walking & Mountain Bike/Cross Country & MTB Cross Country & Southern forests on December 23rd 2016 0 Comments road

Mount Chudalup, an ancient rock form in the karri forest promises some spectacular views to anyone who reaches the summit. Seeing as we were staying at a local camp ground, we planned to cycle 11 kilometres to the trail head and hike to the summit.

We set out reasonably early taking advantage of some good cycling conditions …

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Star Swamp Reserve, Western Australia

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Day trips from Perth & Healthy life & Hiking & Walking on November 3rd 2016 2 Comments Star-Swamp-Paperbark

Escaping a weekend overthrown by some repetitive and boring book keeping, we hopped in the car late on Sunday afternoon for a drive along the ocean coast to Star Swamp Reserve.

Located in the northern suburbs of North Beach and Watermans Bay, the reserve of close to 100 acres was sectioned off many years ago and …

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Exploring the trails in Ellis Brook Valley

Posted in - Day trips from Perth & Hiking & Walking & Wildlife & Wildflowers on October 28th 2016 2 Comments Old-Barrington-Quarry

Last weekend after spending a couple of hours at Kaarakin’s Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre I was curious to find out if there were any hiking trails close by. Following a quick Google search I recognised three local bloggers I follow and having read Life of Py, Metrotrekker and The Long Way’s …

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Short forest Walk in Daglish – Honeyeaters and Eucalyptus

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Hiking & Walking & Perth, Australia & Wildlife & Wildflowers on October 7th 2016 0 Comments Banksia

While sunny Perth has it’s fair share of green open park land, reticulated and perfectly groomed lawns and deciduous trees I  often think the native Australian flora offers an interactive and pleasurable experience. Let me show you why that is.

Located in Daglish is a very small strip of forest that has fortunately been spared from the surrounding development. This …

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Nature activities galore in Pemberton!

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Healthy life & Hiking & Walking & Mountain Bike/Cross Country & Southern forests on July 3rd 2016 2 Comments Pemberton-Bibbulmun-Track

Pemberton is located in the greater southern area of Western Australia’s south west. It’s a steady drive of around 4 hours from Perth and the highlight becomes the winding drive though some beautiful small country towns along the South West Highway. I couldn’t really tell you my favourite town because they are all worth stopping in …

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