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I am a Freelance Journalist and Photographer based in Bunbury, Western Australia. My published work specialises in Western Australian travel articles and stories about inspiring everyday people. My passion is photography, writing, travel, wildflower and food photography.
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Sunday, 17 September 2017

Kennedy Ranges, Western Australia

This week I am very happy to be guest posting over on Jo Castro's (Lifestyle Fifty) partner blog Zig-a-Zag. Jo's Zig-a-Zag blog specialises in Western Australian travel, and Jo invited me to do a guest post for her. 


I have travelled over a lot of Western Australia, so I chose to blog about a place I only visited for the first time a couple of years ago - the spectacular, and relatively easy to get to, Kennedy Ranges - located in Western Australia's Pilbara region. 





You can read below the opening paragraph - but please click on the link to visit me and Jo over at Zig-a-Zag and learn more about the Kennedy Ranges.  


One thing that appealed to us immediately about the Kennedy Ranges campground is its perfect location within a stone’s throw of the Ranges – and trust me there were a lot of stones! Nestled on the eastern side of the ranges in the shadow of towering red rock ramparts soaring one hundred metres above the surrounding Lyons River valley plains.  Located in Western Australia’s southern Pilbara region, our first visit was in 2015 and with all the travel we had done across Western Australia, I wondered why we had never been to this amazing place before.  

Please click here to read more -  Zigazag.com/Kennedy Ranges, Western Australia 


and of course there are wildflowers.......... this is the Mulla Mulla which is very common in the Pilbara.




 Thank you so much for stopping by. I value your comments and look forward to hearing from you this week over on Zig-A-Zag. I will try to visit your blogs in return. Have a wonderful week.

My campsite report on camping in the Kennedy Ranges was published in September-October 2016 edition of the Australian travel magazine - On The Road. 



 
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Please hop over to Zig-a-Zag to comment. Thanks! Zigazag

16 comments:

  1. The ranges are fascinating. A beautiful place to visit.

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  2. These flowers are so special and so beautiful!

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  3. I love easy to get to and my what cool formations. You must have gotten that orange color all over your clothes. It's amazing to see flowers in that landscape.

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    1. ah yes - the red dirt - it does get all over and into everything. But I love red dirt!

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  4. Hi Jill, thank you so much for mentioning your guest post on ZigaZag and linking up to it. It's such a well written, informative and interesting article about the Kennedy Ranges - I hope some of your readers will love it as much as I do :) As always your flower photographs in this post are fantastic.

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  5. Awesome wall of rock formation - definitely painterly, Jill! Have never seen the Mulla Mulla, so beautiful. Many thanks for sharing these rugged rocks and romantic wildflowers with All Seasons. You've got it made in nature spots in Australalia! Wish you an adventurous week:)

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  6. such an interesting place with such beauty!

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  7. Jill, I always enjoy your posts and those rock formations are amazing. Thanks for sharing and have a great week. Sylvia D.

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  8. This is a fantastic place. I hope to get there for myself someday. There's so much to see and your photos are great1 Your mulla mulla has won my heart :)

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  9. What a cool place! Thanks for sharing! Have a great week!

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  10. Amazing stone works and the beautiful wild flowers ~ marvelous photography ~ ^_^

    (A Shutterbug Explores)

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  11. Such beautiful images, Jill. Thanks for sharing them with us at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/09/orchids-endless-variety.html

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  12. What beautiful photos! I wish I could see those places in real life someday - or at least someplace just as beautiful!

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  13. What an unusual place! My friend is going to Australia soon and I'll have to tell her about this!

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