Want to quit your job and take off on a road trip?

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Thinking of a road trip? There are around 2,620 holiday parks around Australia, and coupled with great weather it's no wonder that people love to camp and caravan. It's a fabulous way to get out and … [Read more...]

Great Walks of the World : Magnetic Island

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Don't know about you, but gyms aren't for me. I've just cancelled my membership (again) because I couldn't justify the money and I didn't use it enough. For me, the best way to keep fit is to walk, … [Read more...]

Accommodation Surfers Paradise and a Beach that Never Ends

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I’ve just attended the largest annual Bloggers’ meet-up in Australia; the Problogger Event in Queensland. I know, lucky ... but to tell you the truth it's such a great event that I'd fight hell and … [Read more...]

South West Events: Balingup Medieval Carnival 2014

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Gotta love the South West Events and Festivals. One of our faves is the Balingup Medieval Carnival which is held annually in August and even if you're not into all things Medieval, it's a fabulous … [Read more...]

Why you should visit Nannup, Western Australia

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When we first arrived in Western Australia we were told about the Golden Triangle. It sounded a little like the Bermuda Triangle and equally as mysterious, given that we had so much to discover … [Read more...]

A trike, a staircase and a silvery moon in Broome, Western Australia

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Today ZigaZagers we're going on a magical mystery tour to Broome, way up in the north west of Western Australia. I'm going to take you with me on a unique motorised 'trike-limo' to view a staircase … [Read more...]

Wanda’s Pemberton Adventure

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Wanda Sadowski is an avid bicyclist and together with her husband Mark she trailblazes around the highways, byways and adventurous back-routes of South West Australia. Today she takes us to Pemberton … [Read more...]

Pemberton, Short Stay Highlights.

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There are some country towns that you never grow tired of, and Pemberton 343kms, from Perth set deep in the heart of the Southern Forests is one of those towns. Every time we visit we find … [Read more...]

Wildflower Trails Western Australia. Why Now is the Prettiest Time to Head North

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It’s absolutely no surprise why Western Australia is renowned for its stretch of beautiful coastline. The soft white sand, crystal clear water and beautiful marine life make it a spectacular swimming … [Read more...]

Cycle Cruise Holidays. Island hopping in Croatia.

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We've just returned from a fabulous trip to Europe and one of the things we really enjoyed was a Cycle Cruise with the Katarina Line in Croatia. As the weather is wet and windy in South West … [Read more...]

Hackersley Wine Estate and Restaurant – five star dining

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When the weather's wet and cold in South West Australia, there's nothing better we like to do than get out for a long lazy Sunday lunch with friends and family. Especially at a wine estate with … [Read more...]

Europe Ahoy!

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  I'm lucky to be in Europe at the moment visting 10 different countries! For the first part of the tour we're travelling with Expat Explore a fabulous overland tour company, and then we'll … [Read more...]

Volunteering with Dolphins

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This is a guest post by Catherine Curnow, a ZigaZag reader who is currently volunteering at the Dolphin Discovery Centre in Bunbury. Volunteering at Bunbury’s Dolphin Discovery Centre If you’re … [Read more...]

How to avoid Excess Baggage Fees

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You know the feeling. You're waiting in line at the aiport check-in desk and your hold luggage is over the weight allowance. You know it is because just this morning you had to sit on your suitcase … [Read more...]

5 Tips for creating a Balinese Garden and a sneak peak of ours in WA

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Welcome to my Balinese garden which is looking a little wet this morning. As soon as I heard the rain I knew I just had to get out as soon as I woke up and take some photos. The garden was … [Read more...]

The Great Barrier Reef – What to expect and 8 Top Tips

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Some say that the Australian winter is the best time for a holiday in Queensland and after a trip to Cairns and Port Douglas last year I can vouch that the weather during July and August can be … [Read more...]

Who’s for a Road Trip Australia? Try the Cape to Cape in the South West!

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This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. Let's Go - Road Trip Australia - LoVe Drives - The South West Cruising between the two capes of the south west region of Australia on a sunny summer's day, I … [Read more...]

Lazing around and looking for dolphins at Lancelin

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In all the rush and hurry of daily chores and to do lists it's often easy to forget about the big wide open spaces around us, such at the beautiful stretch of beach at Lancelin above. So much … [Read more...]

8 Weird and Wonderful Things about Broome Pearls

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I'm whisking you back to Broome in North West Australia today, and we're going to visit a remote pearl farm, where the sea and the sky merge in the most perfect blues you ever will see. I think … [Read more...]

New Baby Dolphin in Bunbury plus some Fast Facts about Dolphins

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The first baby dolphin of 2014 has just been born in Koombana Bay! How cute is the little bub above?! "We took this photo on Valentines day. The calf, who we've just named "Cookie" is doing well and … [Read more...]