The Armadale Reptile and Wildlife Centre houses a large variety of native reptiles and other Australian wildlife, with more than 70 native species. The centre rescues and cares for all types of wildlife, but specializes in reptiles and marsupials.
Why are our minds so restricted not limitless? We often seek permissions to find our true destiny.
There is No rule book, you can be whoever and whatever you want to be.
The Universe is unlimited and
It's free to dream🌑✨
Weiter ging meine Reise nach Augusta zum Cape Leeuwin. Hier fließen der Indische Ozean und das Südpolarmeer zusammen und es weht ein unglaublicher Wind. Die nächste größere Landmasse von hier aus Richtung Süden ist die Antarktis. Außerdem steht hier das Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, der höchste Leuchtturm des australischen Festlandes.
I continued my journey further down south to Augusta and Cape Leeuwin. Here the Indian ocean meets the Southern ocean and there's a strong wind blowing around the cape. The next big land mass to the south is the Antarctic. You will also find the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse here, the tallest lighthouse on the Australian mainland.
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Where do you go to find some of the best brekkies in the Margaret River region?
From wicked waffles to outstanding okonomiyaki, breathtaking beach views and the best spicy rice, local writer @lizzy.pepper.marketing
dishes out best breakfast awards in the Your Margaret River Magazine and online - link in bio.
Happy brunching - and let us know your favourites 🍳🥓🥞☕️🍴
featuring spicy pumpkin and poached eggs at @whiteelephantcafe
watch til the end. it’s worth it. i promise.
From the "never fished" to the "I’ve caught ‘em all" our guides encourage all on-board to join in the fun and multiple adventure boats always allow opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of fishing styles in small groups of equal ability!
A breath of fresh air is a good thing to take and a great thing to be.
Getting a fair dose of it at my favourite place. So blessed 🙌
The road is there, it will always be there. You just have to decide when to take it
Planet Earth, you are so friggin cool! 🌱 .
I spent Easter at Confest, a festival run by the community. Where kindness, rawness and humanity are embodied 💕 This is what four days in nature surrounded by spiritual loving humans can teach you:
1. Gorgeous naked women can welcome you home with a cup of tea and it doesn’t have to be sexual ☕️.
2. Humans are nature and nature is human. There’s no division. To love oneself is to love nature 🌱 .
3. True friendships are hard and need work. You need to find the ones who desire to be there through thick and thin 👫 .
4. All bodies are beautifully different 🍑 🍆 🌹
5. Connecting with nature is essential to maintain your wellbeing! 🌲 .
6. Everybody has fears and insecurities, and that doesn’t make them any less beautiful and amazing!.
7. Vegan food is delicious and colourful 🌈.
8. Drinking cacao is a spiritual ritual 🙏 .
9. This planet makes awesome humans trying their best to be the best version of themselves!.
10. The 70s never left ✌🏼 ☮️ .
And so friggin more! I’m sold, Confest rules! The things we can do for earth are endless! Pick one and own it! But love this awesome place, there really isn’t Planet B 🌍
Focus on what you do have for if you focus on what you don't, you will attract more of it........
Believe in yourself a little more and the rest will follow 🦋🔥
This is what weekend road trips are all about 👆🏼
Plus a few extra things below:
- not showering for 4 days
- getting sand/ dirt EVERYWHERE
- countless sing songs in the car
- numerous bush wee’s
- wearing outfits that don’t quite match but who cares, IT GETS COLD!
In all seriousness though, as much as we are loving being in a warm bed again, it’s only short lived! As we’re so excited to hit the road again this weekend with Olly & Milly —@unexploredfootsteps.
Let’s hope there’s no break downs this time 😂 we also have someone’s birthday coming up 🎈can you guess who’s it is?
Getting lost is the best way to explore somewhere new, just hit the road and see where it takes you.
Five minutes south of Margaret River town you’ll find an authentic hedge maze perfect for an Easter egg hunt - @amazen_margaret_river.
Where did you explore this Easter? .