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Diary from Easter’s Cape to Cape Walk

Diary from Easter's Cape to Cape Walk

Day One,  7 April 2012: Autumn is a beautiful time of year in the southwest with clear skies, chilly mornings and mild afternoons. The swell picks up producing clean white lines which emerge from the deep blue Indian Ocean. The vineyards are in…

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Diary: Gaiter Girls go West on the Bibbulmun Track

Diary: Gaiter Girls go West on the Bibbulmun Track

Simon and I recently had the pleasure of hosting eight Victorian women, the Gaiter Girls, on a walking holiday in the south west of WA.  It was a great experience for us because we got to design the tour specifically for…

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Inspiration Outdoors in the Bibbulmun News

Inspiration Outdoors in the Bibbulmun News

Emily had an article about our 2008 ‘end to end’ walk published in the recent Bibbulmun Track magazine. Doesn’t she look beautiful in the showgrounds with all the wildflowers in the back ground! To see the full story see our facebook page:…

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Pam’s Lord Howe Island Blog

Read all about the recent Lord Howe Island trips on Pam’s blog. Sounds like it was a great time had by all and there are some amazing photos. www.pamriordan.wordpress.com

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The Bush Philosopher

Every month get a slice of home made bush philosophy from Inspiration Outdoors… This Month – Waiting for Lightning Bolts You know in the cartoons when the dim witted protagonist (usually a dog for some reason) has an epiphany and is…

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Over the Hill… and back

Over the Hill... and back

Our “Get fit for Spring” series finished on one of the highest points on the Darling Scarp with a trek in the Monadnocks Reserve on the Bibbulmun Track. It was a beautiful walk with lots of wildflowers and sweeping views from the top…

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