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 perfect for trying all kind of different food. We can highly recommend the Vietnamese place around the corner. Nothing fancy, but sooooooo good! Plus the famous ice cream shop – Chicho Gelato is a 2min walk away as well! Scroll down for more information about Rottnest Island & Cottesloe Beach!
If you wanna know, what we’re wearing – here’s the answer!
HERS – Deep blue dress: maramea* (on sale!)| Jumpsuit with white flowers: Armedangels*
Striped skirt & rose t-shirt: mint&berry* | Hat: Brixton | Sandals: Saltwater Sandals | Red Swimsuit: &otherstories (old)
HIS – White Shirt: Poler Stuff | Striped t-shirt: Craghoppers* | Shorts: Protest*
BABY – Flower-Body: Schiesser | Striped-Body: Little Green Radicals | Red Shorts: Zara | Striped Hat: mira & evelyn | Swimwear: all Target
Stroller: SEED/Britax Römer Papilio stroller*
All * PR samples – with a lot of love for those brands!
On our way back to Perth, we decided to spent the last days in Fremantle – the perfect place to start day trips to Cottlesloe Beach (photos below) and Rottnest Island.
I really was looking forward to visit Rottnest Island. Let’s just say – the famous #quokkaselfie got me! Maybe a lot of people will hate me now, but I’m not such a big quokka fan. Ok, I took a selfie with one of them, but you could tell that the quokkas are very used to tourists. Very used… very used to get some snack from them, which is not ok. First it fun, that the quokka was not afraid of us, then it was pretty annoying, since it came way to close. We didn’t want to touch it, but it just kept coming onto our blanket. Crazy… so very mixed feelings about the very touristy Rottnest Island. It nice there, but we won’t visit again.