Archive for December, 2011

Blog 191 Northampton 7th – 8th Nov 2011

Northampton proved to be a hidden gem, it is one of WA’s historic towns together with York and Albany. The locals have taken this to heart and have preserved buildings, artifacts and machinery from bygone days to show the towns history. The campsi…

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Guzzioverland merchandise

“Hot off the Press” Exciting news we are pleased to announce two new releases. Our 2012 photographic wall calendar and “Asia” the first in a series of photobooks documenting our travels. A great gift for any age. Please click on the contact us page on our website www.guzzioverland.com to pre order. Please state name, address […]

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Guzzioverland merchandise

“Hot off the Press” Exciting news we are pleased to announce two new releases. Our 2012 photographic wall calendar and “Asia” the first in a series of photobooks documenting our travels. A great gift for any age. Please click on the contact us pag…

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Blog 190 Karbarri 5 – 6th November 2011

You’d think we’d be sick of gorges and national parks by now but Kalbarri is different again, we had just caught the tail end of the wild flower season (July – Nov) and for the first time in over four months we saw colours other than red dirt, dry greens and browns. We were treated […]

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Blog 190 Karbarri 5 – 6th November 2011

You’d think we’d be sick of gorges and national parks by now but Kalbarri is different again, we had just caught the tail end of the wild flower season (July – Nov) and for the first time in over four months we saw colours other than red dirt, dry…

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Blog 189 Denham and the dolphins 2nd – 4th November 2011

From the Overlander roadhouse we headed off on another detour. Our destination Shark bay world heritage area, there was lots to do including a chance to feed wild dolphins. Our first stop was shell beach an amazing pure white beach so bright you had to wear sunglasses to stop the reflection from dazzling you. Even […]

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Blog 189 Denham and the dolphins 2nd – 4th November 2011

From the Overlander roadhouse we headed off on another detour. Our destination Shark bay world heritage area, there was lots to do including a chance to feed wild dolphins. Our first stop was shell beach an amazing pure white beach so bright you h…

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Desperately seeking solar soulmate.

This is a long shot but:   When we were at Broome doing the shoot for win tv we met a nice guy called Nick (we think) who offered to supply us with some solar panels in return for some sponsorship.   He was from Perth and gave us his details saying look me up […]

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Desperately seeking solar soulmate.

This is a long shot but: When we were at Broome doing the shoot for win tv we met a nice guy called Nick (we think) who offered to supply us with some solar panels in return for some sponsorship. He was from Perth and gave us his details saying lo…

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