Western Australia Travel Articles

 
China. Maybe One Day #12: Aussie Road Trip – Adelaide to Perth, Australia
During their road trip from Adeliade to Perth, Jez and his girlfriend did not use the turn signals on the car for 2700 kms.
The Buddha’s Striptease #8: Western Australia
Farewell to Yesterday’s Rain Well we made it to Perth on rainy day. And my traveling companions from the Land of Sunshine (i.e. England, for the atmospherically challenged) were complaining. Jon and Carina got an offer to stay with a woman in Perth who they met in Alice Springs. So we found out where the […]
Drag Queens & Aluminum Chairs – Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Drag Queens & Aluminum Chairs – Perth, Western Australia, Australia Drag Queens & Aluminum Chairs Perth, Australia Mo met his Aussie friend Lisa in New York. Meeting up in Perth, he goes to one of her no-bits-barred poetry reads. “The Court Hotel?” “Yeah, The Court Hotel. That’s where I’m going to be reading. It’s a gay bar. But don’t worry, we’ll meet at another bar […]
Shark Bait – Western Australia, Australia
Shark Bait – Western Australia, Australia Scuba diving is a sport that has its dangers. But
Behold, the Crab Master! – Broome, Western Australia, Australia
Behold, the Crab Master! – Broome, Western Australia, Australia Steve Bond learned the hard way why it's very impo
Crossing the Nullarbor – Western/South Australia, Australia
David Madden can honestly say that he has never fe
The Buddha’s Striptease #9
The Buddha’s Striptease #9 Parting is such sweet sorrow. Even if it is from a bitch. Todd and Tony decide to divorce from the temperamental Eve.
Chasing Horizons #22: Seeing Double in WA – Western Australia, Australia
Chasing Horizons #22: Seeing Double in WA – Western Australia, Australia It's no wonder Phil felt so at home in Perth, almost everything he saw reminded him of Cape Town. Separated by 5000km of ocean, but so similar in many ways
Tales from a Broad #12
Yeouch, is this ever one big country. I have just returned from a trip of such epic proportions that the mind boggles. Yes, that’s right. I drove right across Australia. Having been called into the line of service by my employers, Newsforce, the mission set out before me was to drive from Sydney to Perth, […]
Farm Work in Western Australia ( 4/4 )
Farm Work in Western Australia ( 4/4 ) Finally Something "Right" – the Croot Farms The surest bets in Kununurra are the Croot Farms and Oasis Farms for their rather civilized treatment of workers. The two are my indisputable recommendations, although they still fall far from what would be socially acceptable norms elsewhere in the First World. I spent two months working for […]