I did some reverse travel a while ago. Back in Australia visiting family and friends.
One family member works at Boshack Outback, ninety minutes from Perth, Western Australia. A fascinating and hauntingly beautiful spot near Toodyay. People come from all over the world to experience the Australian outback, just 100 kms from Perth.
Kitchen makeover in the Australian outback
We visited the Boshack Outback farm for business and pleasure. There was a kitchen makeover involved, as well as a barbecue and lots of witty chat.
The path through huge wise old paperbark trees is soggy and silent. Until you get to the itty bitty waterfall. Then the ground is soggy with a gentle falling water soundtrack.
My brother in law refers to this sublime spot as the Meditation Centre. Deryck, calls it the Reflection Area.
Chasing sheep is the number one most popular activity
It’s a small world…
… when you can visit the Australian outback an hour and a half drive from Perth. I used to think of the outback as the remote, arid interior of Australia.
But the people who come from Singapore or England or wherever probably think they’re in the Never Never already when they get off the Great Eastern Highway.
The air is soooo clean compared to Senibong Cove back in Malaysia. And the silence is almost deafening. You can’t get phone or Internet connections. I guess that’s why the Boshack website invites you to Rid Yourself of Nature Deficit disorder.
Nothing wrong with the nature cure I say.
Where do you think the Australian outback is?