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    Hot days and starry nights exploring WA’s hidden gems by 4WD: GET Sandy Cervantes November 2015

Hot days and starry nights exploring WA’s hidden gems by 4WD: GET Sandy Cervantes November 2015

2015 has seen the GET Series take adventurers on a range of 4WD tag along tours from Augusta to Monkey Mia; from Lancelin to the Lesueur National Park. The 2015 calendar came to a climax in our biggest event yet- GET Sandy in Cervantes.  35 4WDs, 90 swashbuckling explorers, 6 finely honed RAC DTEC trainers and a specialist support vehicle.

By |December 17th, 2015|Community|1 Comment

The Big WA Giveaway

A South West delight

By Merill Leach

In February this year RAC provided members the opportunity to win one of four BIG WA giveaways to the four corners of our beautiful state. Thanks to Star Ratings Australia, the only independent assessor of accommodation in Australia, winners received holiday packages that included car hire, flights and accommodation in star rated properties.

Our winner of the South West delights Merrill & Philip leach have given us some great insight in how they spent their prize relaxing in the South West.

By |December 14th, 2015|Tourism, Travel|0 Comments

Perth’s best staycation spots, by RAC Travel

Perth’s best staycation spots, by RAC Travel

It’s almost Christmas time once again, and as we edge closer to December 25, it becomes very clear that they don’t call this the ‘silly season’ for nothing.

Shopping for gifts, RSVP’ing to parties, preparing festive feasts, digging out the tree from the back of the garage and hanging your twinkle lights can get a bit overwhelming.

By |November 30th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Sri Lanka: Discover the undiscovered

If you took Ubud, Vietnam, Thailand with a splash of India and shook them up, you would get Sri Lanka. The diversity of the country including the jungle scenery, mountains, ancient sites, tea fields, and beaches make this little island truly spectacular. Travel Supervisor Carolyn Davidson from RAC Travel Joondalup recently headed to the teardrop shaped island to discover all its signature highlights.

By |November 26th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Liquid gold

The creation of a water pipeline had a far-reaching effect on Western Australia. Mark Irving follows the trail from Perth to Kalgoorlie to uncover its remarkable history.

By |November 23rd, 2015|Tourism, Travel|0 Comments