Swimming with whale sharks: when, where and tour prices
Swimming with whale sharks in Exmouth, Western Australia – tour prices comparison, best time for a swim with whale sharks.
Gas mileage calculator for travelers
Online gas mileage calculator for travelers. Do you know how many kilometers/miles you can drive with your car?
Weekly Travel Photo. Not everybody survive in Australian outback
A lot of animals are killed by road trucks in Australian outback. Especially during early morning or late night. It is the time of the day when it is better don’t drive in outback.
Climbing Mount Augustus, the largest rock in the world
Climbing Mount Augustus in western Australia. Is it really the largest rock in the world? What about Uluru? Different sources will tell you different stories, but I prefer the one which calls Mount Augustus as largest rock and not the Uluru.
Think Big: Australia’s Unique Sculpture Landmarks
In addition to the expansiveness of Australia’s landmass, this island continent is known for its enormous sculpture landmarks – Big Things.
Dolphins in Exmouth (video)
You can expect to get some bonus – dolphins game – if you are planning a trip to Western Australia for a swim with whale sharks.
Swimming with whale sharks in Coral Bay
Coral Bay is undeservedly overshadowed by Exmouth, which is call gateway to Ningaloo reef, but Coral Bay is closer to the Ningaloo Reef and you can swim with whale sharks in Coral Bay too.
Weekly Travel Photo. With love from Kimberley
View to heart shaped island from above in Lake Argyle in Kimberley, Western Australia
Weekly Travel Photo. Outback road in Western Australia
Outback road to the Mount Augustus in Western Australia – biggest rock in the world. It is twice the size of Uluru rock.
Weekly Travel Photo. Dampier Peninsula
Dampier Peninsula is one of most remote places in Western Australia, but it is so beautiful.