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A West Australian roadtrip on just one tank of fuel
How much of WA can you see over a long weekend while using only one tank of fuel in a car? MOGENS JOHANSEN finds out.
The Pod Well Travelled: Chittering oranges and writerly Rockingham
This week’s guests include Golden Grove Orchards’ Adam Saunders and Rockingham author and artist Kez Wickham St George. Host Will Yeoman also talks to the West Australian’s Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield about the Perth Royal Show cancellation, that Wuhan swimming pool, Australia’s Oxford vaccinedeal and MSC’s first voyage in Europe since the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
The Pod Well Travelled: Wildflowers, Wild Art
In this episode of The West Australian’s dedicated travel podcast The Pod Well Travelled, host Will Yeoman talks to Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield and travel journalist Mogens Johansen about this year's WA wildflower season. We also meet multi-talented WA artist Clifton Bieundurry about a new group exhibition at Juniper Galleries in Darlington, and WA author Monique Mulligan, who reminisces about her European travels.
WILL YEOMAN recalls some highlights from his last visit to London in 2016...
Memories of the Tuscan capital
Art connects cities and memories in mysterious ways, finds WILL YEOMAN
Virtual Culture Vulture
Stay at home and enjoy the best of the world's arts and culture for free, writes WILL YEOMAN
Arrivals & Departures: Cultural icons to delight the senses
WILL YEOMAN visits five less-frequented European temples to high culture
Our World: Trail of the parish boy's progress
STEVE McKENNA explores the former haunts of English author Charles Dickens
Armchair traveller: Time & place captured on the page
WILL YEOMAN selects works that will transport readers through poetry and prose
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