As I mentioned in the previous post (part 1 of our WA roadtrip) we spent only 6 days in Western Australia. But those days were filled up with an amazing experiences from dawn to dusk! 1600 km in our rental campervan, through the deserts, bushes, forests, beaches, towns and vineyards 😉
Pierwsze urodziny Tymona / Tymon’s 1st birthday – Pałac Karpniki
We flew from Sydney to Perth to spent 6 days road-tripping in WA. We did approximately 1600 km on board of our rental camper van.
Actually it was more like a small bus – 7.1 meters long and 3.2 meters high 😉
We were upgraded for free from a small van – thanks Cheapa Campa!
Beautiful views, beautiful places, beautiful feelings!
Nearly 80 photographs taken in May 🙂
I am very happy for all the places I have got to explore in my life so far, but because of that I somehow realized that you do not need to go far to have your breath taken away.
Those landscapes are pretty much in my hometown, minutes away from the main roads 🙂
Shame there was quite a bit of light pollution on the horizon… Enjoy!
Oh… and that smell of canola flowers – I love it!
The suburbs of the Potts Point and Elizabeth Bay in Sydney used to be my home for a while… I loved to walk in that area, especially in the evenings. So vibrant!
The Owl Mountains.
It supposed to be the first springy hike of 2017, but… the weather had a different plan.
So for the first part of the day it really looked like winter – quite a lot of snow, in some spots over 30-40 cm!
Luckily for us, after few hours we could smell the spring, the sun was doing its job 🙂
Spring, spring, winter, spring.
First signs of spring.
The Vivid Sydney Festival is about lights, music and ideas. It has grown into the largest of its kind in the world and it’s insanely popular.
Many places gets more crowds than New Years Eve celebration! If you happen to visit Sydney between 27 May to 18 June make sure you go to the festival during the mid-week when crowds won’t be as intense. Also, bring warm clothes – it’s the middle of the winter in Sydney – temperature at night can easily drop below 10°C.
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Early morning walk with Frodo and the camera, ahhh 🙂