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The Pod Well Travelled: Wildflowers, Wild Art

William Yeoman

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.

Carpets of wildflower colour to wander in

Mogens Johansen

Water and sunshine is Mother Nature’s recipe for a good wildflower season. But it is not an exact science and although many of the areas have received good rainfalls, generally they have received less than the average winter rainfall this year. I’m heading out to see what this season has to offer at some of the choice spots along the Coral Coast...

Golly and Ted's excellent adventure

Stephen Scourfield

Casey’s tales spurred readers into writing about episodes with their special friends

Sort your gear & learn new skills

Mogens Johansen

Being stuck at home with time on our hands provides the ideal opportunity to think about photography, says MOGENS JOHANSEN

Different world just weeks ago

Stephen Scourfield

STEPHEN SCOURFIELD, stuck at home, muses on Siem Reap

Podcast: The Lighthouse Keepers

Stephen Scourfield

A bonus audiobook from The Pod Well Travelled. Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield develops deeper themes in fiction, and his novella The Lighthouse Keepers is set at a remote lighthouse on a rocky Australian island. But the drama that unfolds there is told in the quiet, controlled environment of a pigeon keeper's loft, as messages are sent back.