Australia, Countries, WANDERLUST | 24. May 2018

WA – The Margaret River Area


I’m not quite sure where the Margaret River Area starts and ends, but for this post it starts around Gracetown and ends around Hamelin Bay. At least this is where we spent most of our time in Western Australia. I could also call this post – Along Cave Road – take what you want! But let’s start with Gracetown! We stayed there on the Campground and saw the first kangoros up close! That was a really nice thing, plus the beach in Gracetown was the child friendliest one, since there was a sun protected area. We didn’t know, that this is also one of the sharkiest areas around Australia… 😉 There are so many nice beaches for surfing and the man had a lot of fun! So here are some lists & tips, if you’re planning to stay in this area: Continue reading “WA – The Margaret River Area”

Australia, Countries, WANDERLUST | 24. May 2018

WA – A 4×4 track to Three Bears and Surfing in Yallingup


Our first lap with our RedSandsCampers jeep took us to a 4×4 track to Three Bears and after that to Yallingup, both famous surf spots! The hubby bought himself a second hand surfboard (on Gummtree, it’s like ebay Kleinanzeigen) and had a lot of fun. Not only while surfing, also on the 4×4 tracks. I kind of died several times, on those gnarly 4×4 tracks – Continue reading “WA – A 4×4 track to Three Bears and Surfing in Yallingup”

Cities, WANDERLUST | 8. May 2018

WA – What to do in & around Perth


Our journey through Western Australia started and endet in Perth. We had 2 days at the beginning to explore the city and 2 days at the end, where we stayed in Fremantle – which was perfect, for visiting Rottnest Island. But let’s start with Perth! We didn’t do any museum or cultural stuff, we only visited Kings Park and Botanic Garden. We stayed at the Alex Hotel and explored the area around it, which was Continue reading “WA – What to do in & around Perth”

FEATURED, vanlife, WANDERLUST | 25. April 2018

With RedSands Campers through Western Australia


We had the best vehicle for our trip through Western Australia. Just let me say this – the best! We got a RedSands Campers* jeep, which is a Toyota Hilux with a rooftop tent. Perfect for driving all those 4×4 tracks to the most beautiful spots. The husband was extremely happy! Our car had space for 5 people, with 2 tents. A fully equiped kitchen, with a Primus gas stove, an awesome fridge, a table for cooking and another one for eating. We were very lazy and only used the cooking table… which was fine for two people. Also a huge plus, when you have to fly – you don’t need to bring towels and sleeping bags, everything already in the camper! Even an outdoor shower is in there, pretty luxury, if you ask me. Go over here to see Continue reading “With RedSands Campers through Western Australia”