Life is meant to be lived, and there is nothing like savouring life, than by connecting with nature. Being a part of nature stimulates our senses, and makes us come alive. The joy of just being one with nature is manifold. The city has it’s pros, but over time, living with, and amongst many, starts to deplete us of our energy, our vital force. Connecting with nature recharges our senses and brings in a new round clarity to the way we perceive and look at things, and people around us. So the next time you feel the need to de-stress just pick up the car, check the car’s towing capacity, insurance and wear and tear and head out in the open. If adventure thrills you then a little off-roading may just be the thing for you. For off roading just make sure you have the right towing equipment with you. Westcott Towbars provide a range of reliable of towing solutions.
A long road trip like the great beach drive, can be exhilarating. Since this region has an abundance of wildlife like kangaroos, whales, turtles, dingoes, dugongs, platypus and may species of birds, the drive can turn out to be really rewarding if you get a view of any wildlife.
A drive along the wildflower trails can be an amazing experience. You can see the best of these dazzling displays in Perth, the South West, Coral Coast, Golden Outback and even as far north as the Pilbara.
A nature drive that passes through woodlands and grasslands is another serene experience. The 12 kilometre off-road drive from Windorah to Coopers Creek that passes through a variety of country including Gidgee woodlands, Spinifex grasslands and floodplains is a good easy afternoon walk for hikers.
A coastal drive connects us to the healing powers of water. The great ocean road provides a long stretch of cool breeze and a stunning view of the unlimited ocean. The Great Beach Drive from Noosa’s North Shore to Rainbow Beach is an experience by itself. Not only do you drive on the beach, in the months of September, the chance of spotting migrating whales who head north to warmer waters along Australia’s East Coast.