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Latest Posts from the WAY&FARER Blog

Chasing Slow – Part 14: Glenelg River Canoe Trail

A fair few Christmas’s ago, Tom (my brother) & I went canoeing down the Glenelg River over a few days

Chasing Slow – Part 13: The Red Centre

We’re on a mission! We’re heading south, then south again. Our original plan was to complete a clockwise lap of

Chasing Slow – Part 12: Northern Territory Top End

Goodbye Lake Argyle, farewell the Kimberley, see ya later Western Australia – we’re crossing into the Northern Territory. We pulled

Chasing Slow – Part 11: Lake Argyle

Rain arrived and flood waters rose, the roads went under water and the way out was closed. We broke down

Chasing Slow – Part 10: We broke down in Fitzroy Crossing!

We got up and left Broome at 5:00 for a long, remote drive through the Kimberley. Better to be safe

Chasing Slow – Part 9: Entering the Kimberley through Broome

Waking up to the soaring heat in the full exposure to the sun, a body that felt like it was

Chasing Slow – Part 8: Gorgeous Gorges of Karijini

It’s time to head inland after spending most of the last 11,000 kms along the coast. We’re heading west from

Chasing Slow – Part 7: Exmouth

“It doesn’t get better than Exmouth” – Western Australian locals. Since crossing into WA and sharing our travel plans around

Chasing Slow – Part 6: Perth & Heading North via Kalbarri

With the south coast complete, it’s time for some sun! Winter is over and we’re heading north, so it’s going