Western Australia Holiday Journal Archive Dobbs | September 6, 2008 | Western Australia | 3 Comments For those that haven’t noticed I have updated my Western Australia Holiday Journal with brand new pictures and re-edited postings. Western Australia is a fabulous place to visit and hopefully this journal inspires others to take a trip there. Introduction to Western Australia Journey A Journey Through the Pinnacles Desert Along the Batavia Coast Hiking in the Kalbarri Arrival at Shark Bay and Monkey Mia Sailing on Shark Bay Sights Around Shark Bay Shell Beach In Search of Stromatolites at Hamelin Pool South to Perth Catching a Wave at Wave Rock Across the Wheat Belt Hiking the Stirling Ranges Video of the Stirling Ranges The ANZACs of Albany Traveling to Denmark Walking Among Giants A Walk Through the Ancient Empire Exploring the Logging Past of Pemberton Climbing the Mighty Gloucester Tree Scenic Cape Leeuwin Beautiful Margaret River Cave Exploring in WA From Perth on the Indian-Pacific A Night in Kalgoorlie The Nullarbor Plain A Town Like Cook The End of the Rails Share this:EmailTweetPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags:Australia, maps, Western Australia About The Author Dobbs I am a avid hiker with a love for travel and the outdoors. I currently call the Aloha State of Hawaii my home. 3 Comments barbara September 6, 2008 Hi Dobbs, i have noticed that you have not been to tasmania yet. I think you would enjoy it as you have a liking for the victorian mountains. Places like cradle mountain and the south west part of tasmania are good bushwalking areas and are untouched wilderness. Dobbs September 6, 2008 Barbara, thanks for visiting the site. I definitely plan on getting over to Tasmania at some point. It looks like quite a spectacular place. Clifford Ingram August 7, 2012 Hello. My name is Clifford Ingram. I live in Redding, California in the United States. I was wondering if there is a way for me to be a firefighter in Australia for a season or more. I would like to know how to explore this. I really want to experience other cultures and would love to visit Australia. I don’t really know where to start research in this and was hoping you could help me with some information. Thank you for your time. Sincerely, Clifford Ingram Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.