Published: Wednesday, 21 March 2012 12:25
Written by Johanna Castro
Less than two hours from Perth travelling south on the Kwinana Freeway is a place known as the City of Three Waters. Bunbury is surrounded by water, situated on a peninsula that’s circumferenced by the surf of the Indian Ocean, the calmer waters of Koombana Bay and the shallow waters of the Leshenault Estuary.
Tourists and travellers are often pleasantly surprised by Bunbury, finding that it’s very different to how they had probably imagined.
A City, A Port or a Tourist Destination?
It’s true that Bunbury can’t quite decide whether it’s an industrial city, a port or a tourist destination but it does offer the best of everything.
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Published: Friday, 30 March 2012 11:06
Written by Becky Jean
In a world where the iPhone has taken up residency in the hands of many, sometimes it's nice to just do things 'old school'.
Things in my world have really changed and progressed in the last ten to fifteen years. I feel like it was only yesterday that I was riding my bike around after school, and getting my fingers caught in the VCR. It also wasn't too long ago that I was bursting with excitement after purchasing three cassette tapes for ten dollars from the King Kong Clearance store. Out of interest, those tapes were 'Vengaboys', 'Craig David' and 'Robbie Williams Goes Swing'.
Things really can change dramatically in the time it takes to cook a pop tart, which is why it is nice to experience life like we used to.
Like for instance, the Drive-In Theatre. They used to be all the rage. You know, like the one Sandy and Danny went to in 'Grease'.
So it makes me happy to tell you that there is still one of these in existence in Perth. In fact, the only one.
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