The 2012 WA State Trails Conference is being held on Friday May 25, 2012 at the University of Western Australia. It is free to attend so it is a good opportunity to network and become up to date on trails development in Western Australia both from a walking as well as a cycling perspective. The […]
The world of exploring our environment by shanks-pony (our feet). Also known as bushwalking, hiking, tramping and rambling, depending on where you live. Covers day walks and pack carries and topics that relate to bushwalking but don’t fit into the sub-categories.
The Bibbulmun Track could celebrate the best of Perth reads the headline of the comment piece by Frank Roberts in the April 19, 2012 edition of the West Australian. Frank Roberts is Perth architect and planner according to the footnote to the article, but there is no mention of his experience as a bushwalker or […]
Its Friday, so a little off topic to finish off the working week. Back in January I had a chance to take Cameron for a quick visit to Penguin Island of the coast of Rockingham. We didn’t do the day visit thing but probably should have as there is opportunities to go body boarding, swimming […]
Daniel Mercer is reporting in the West Australian newspaper, December 23, 2011, page, 14 that the Environment Minister Bill Marmion has rejected the plan for a 45 km walk trail through the Fitzgerald River National Park Biosphere. This idea goes the way of the road idea that the Premier Colin Barnett put up previously. (more…)
The dung beetle is back, well not until March 2012 so we will not see/feel the benefit until the summer of 2012/13, but at least there is a swipe-free future for the cycling tourist and bushwalker come 2012. I oh so hope they help with the blasted March fly as well. The ABC is reporting […]