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Winter Blooms

As well as yesterday’s orchids, we saw plenty of other wildflowers while walking through the bushland of Kings Park recently. The iconic kangaroo paws (above) are just coming into flower, and the Native Wisteria is looking great. 31 more words


On Seeing the First Orchids in Spring

It’s still mid-winter here in Perth, but there are already plenty of interesting wildflowers to admire. We went for a walk through the bushland of Kings Park a few days back, and noticed that there are plenty of early orchids in flower. 20 more words


Kings Park

Kings ParkOk, so this is planned for break. I will go there for Sunrise. 7.00am so be there at 6, run to the lookout.

Kings Park

Perth with an infant and pre-schooler – Day 5

King’s Park and its adjacent Botanic Gardens are sprawling with lots of areas to explore. We spent the late afternoon at Synergy Parkland earlier in the trip. 119 more words


Marsupials and Margaret River

When we last left off, Emile, Penelope, and I were waving goodbye to the martian landscape that is The Pinnacles in Nambung National Park. The day was already drawing to a close as we began the two hour drive back down south towards Perth, but there was still a bit of daylight left and our goal was to stop at… 491 more words


The Time I...Saw Perth Like a Version

In Celebration of WA Day, I decided I would spend 24 hours In Perth City and look at it through the eyes of a tourist to try to gain a better appreciation for all that this wonderful home of mine has to offer. 1,258 more words



Perth is like a wallflower. It isn’t as boisterous or popular like its sister Sydney, and lacks the urban sophistication of its cousin Melbourne. But it sits there quietly, waiting for someone to pay it attention who then would realise how on earth could it be overlooked in the first place. 245 more words