Perth and Western Australia: A Holiday Roundup

For the last two weeks I’ve been telling you about our brief travels around Perth and Western Australia. If you read them all, you’ll know that we really enjoyed our 10 day stay over there.

If you haven’t read them though, here’s where you can catch up:

Us in WAHighlights of our trip were certainly Fremantle and the Margaret River region; I discovered that the best pub in the world just might well be the Little Creatures Brewery (see our posey image above) and Mrs Bob was in paradise when we had lunch and wine at the Brookwood Estate Winery.

My biggest regret though is that we never managed to get further north than Yanchep, which really isn’t very far north at all. I would have really loved to have explored some of the rugged coastline, ancient forests and mouthwatering landscapes.

In 10 days though, you really can only get to see a mere fraction of what Western Australia has to offer. So one day I will return, with much more time, four weeks at least, maybe more. I will need at least that to do WA justice.

Meanwhile though, we can all watch this very short film about Western Australia that will give us a tiny glimpse of some of the things I saw as well has some that I missed out on…

Western Australia; I’ll be back.

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  • Layla May 14, 2015, 11:31 pm |

    Good to see you finally got to WA and Perth 🙂

    • BobinOz May 15, 2015, 8:51 pm |

      Glad I did Layla, had a great time.

  • djmcbell May 11, 2015, 5:19 pm |

    Good choice of video, and it certainly sounds like a nice region. One thing that I think our family should do when we move over to Australia (took my IELTS over the weekend, think I did quite well) would be to act, when we’ve got the time, like we’re on holiday. We’ve already been thinking about places we can visit for “proper” holidays for a week or so at a time.

    • BobinOz May 11, 2015, 11:47 pm |

      It probably will seem like you’re on holiday for a while after you get here, apart from those pesky times when you actually have to go to work 🙂

      That’s probably the most exciting thing about the early years of living in Australia, there is so much to see and do, and so many new places to see, very exciting times.

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