Wandermelon: Australia's Wild West

It's a week of firsts for me, with my articles first appearing in several new publications. Continuing the trend is this roundup of the best outdoor/nature activities from my recent trip to Western Australia that I wrote for a relatively new travel site started by an accomplished bunch of travel editors and writers called Wandermelon. Wandermelon is devoted to experiential travel, meaning that its features cover everything from five-star to no-star, as long as it's meaningful.

Well, thanks to the auspices of Tourism Western Australia, my trip was heavily on the five-star side, but it was still packed full of meaning...and wonderful, exceptional experinces, and in this article I get to talk about many of them. Included in this article about Australia's Wild West are: the diverse flora and fauna of sprawling Kings Park Perth, the wacky wildlife and jaunty bike paths of Rottnest Island, the mystical power of Swimming with the Rockingham Dolphins, learning about Aboriginal culture and foods with Bushtucker Tours while canoeing up the Margaret River Mouth, spelunking in the stalact-icious Ngilgi Cave, and wandering down the spectacular Cape to Cape Track between the lighthouses as Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin.

To learn more about each experience take a look at the highlights in my Wandermelon article by clicking on the link below.

Story: http://wandermelon.com/australias-wild-west/