Steuart and Anita Kellington enjoyed a fascinating journey through Western Australia, driving over 3,000 miles through this sparsely populated area of Australia in springtime.
“We saw huge areas of wild flowers at their best, a shark nursery, dugongs, turtles and kangaroos and paddled in Coral Bay amongst sting rays!” said Steuart. “We had seen many photographs of the wild flowers and the beautiful sandstone cliffs, but the scenery exceeded our expectations. Many of the wild flowers are found only in Western Australia. We began our journey in Perth and drove north to Coral Bay and then south to Albany. As we drove through the Stirling Range south of Perth (pictured above) we climbed to the summit of the highest peak in Western Australia amongst the most beautiful wild flowers and shrubs.”
Now you can share in their Aussie adventure as Anita and Steuart give a digital presentation on their trip on Friday November 28th, at 7-30 pm at Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Parson Lane, Clitheroe. The cost is £5 payable at the door, including refreshments. This is the third presentation in a series which the Kellingtons are giving to support fund-raising for a major redevelopment of Trinity Church, with presentations on The Lake District through the Seasons on February 13th and on Moscow and St Petersburg on March 13th.