“Look for the Dolphins Passing Around CapeNaturaliste”
When I first saw Sugarloaf Rock it was an impressive sight. The easy to reach lookout really is a great viewing platform and definitely a place not to miss. From here you can either go for a walk and look for the dolphins passing around Cape Naturaliste, or when it’s calm you can walk down to the water for a swim.
When I was there I thought how amazing it would look at night so I went and had dinner up the road in Dunsborough then came back out at as the stars came out. It was a clear night and the view of the stars from Sugarloaf Rock was really quite awesome.
This picture captures a fond memory at Wellington National Park. What surprised me the most about this experience was that we were less than an hour from Bunbury and two and a half from Perth, yet we felt like we could have been miles away from anywhere.
My girlfriend and I took a trip down to the South West for the ANZAC Day long weekend and based ourselves in Porongurup. We had checked the forecast for the weekend and made the decision that Saturday would be the ideal time to climb Bluff Knoll.
Sarah Ellis has been visiting Ningaloo Reef and the Coral Coast for 15 years and moved there to live three years ago. Two years ago, Sarah and her partner started their own ecotourism business, taking people out to swim with whale sharks and other marine life on the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. Get the local lowdown on their favourites.
Michael ‘Tommo’ Thomson has probably seen more of the Kimberley that most. As a local helicopter pilot, he spends his day showing people the wonders of northern WA. Writer Lorna Hendry asked him which part he enjoys most.