RAC’s Top tips when hunting for Wildflowers in WA

WA is home to an amazing array of wildflowers, making it one of the world’s largest bouquets. With 60% of these found nowhere else on earth, West Australians are lucky to say the least. The state is adorned with sporadic colour 6 months of the year with the wildflower season starting north in June in then painting its way down to the South around September. To help see WA’s amazing wildflowers, check out our wildflower hub with trails, maps, e-brochures and tours. 

By |June 17th, 2016|Tourism, Travel|0 Comments

Avoid fallen fences this storm season

With storm season well and truly here, it’s a good time to check your fence is secure.

By |June 9th, 2016|Insurance|0 Comments

Eamon’s story

Life took an unwelcome turn for Eamon McInerney last year while he was working on his family’s farm in Muntadgin in the Wheatbelt.

New car review: 2015 Suzuki Vitara

It hasn’t been a major player in the baby SUV scene for some time, but a quarter of a century ago, the Suzuki Vitara was one of the segment’s pioneers.

It arrived on the scene way back in 1988, which means the Vitara badge is even older than Toyota’s RAV4, which arrived in Australia six years later.

New car review: 2016 Jaguar F-Type V6S AWD

The most beautiful feline in the Jaguar litter now has the claws of all four paws pulling it down the road.

Yes, Jaguar has managed to squash all-wheel drive under its still-effortlessly beautiful F-Type.