AUSTRALIA My Land
Australia My Land Website is an online glossy magazine - about Australia the country, its services, pastimes and local businesses: to help you get know about us.
"If you have not yet travelled to Australia you need to place it on your list of destinations not to miss!"
The Reason for this Website is to Promote the Land Downunder
It's Landscapes - It's People and Businesses - It's Culture
We hope this website will help you:-
Learn More About Australia
Help You to Prepare for Coming Here
Make Your Stay More Enjoyable
Support our local Small Businesses
Visitors love coming to Australia! They love to see the unique animal and bird life, the special wildflowers and the strange shapes of the age-old landscapes.
There is beauty in the shorelines, the waterways and the mountains, maybe not as high as on other continents but that they are different and exude a peacefulness attracts visitors from overseas and the locals into their four wheel drives to 'head out into the scrub'
Whether you are a fisherman, a surfer, a snow-skiier, bushwalker or just a scenery or beach junkie, there is really so much to see in Australia.
But you do need to come prepared. If coming with a guided tour from your country make sure they link up with the best tour guides here or plan your own trip and get to see so much more in your own good time.
This website has already helped many people in their plans to get out and see the countryside, even some Aussies!!
SALMON HOLES FISHING: ALBANY WA
May 1st 2014
Salmon Holes is a beautiful little inlet in the Torndirrup National Park on the western side of Albany in Western Australia.
Frenchmans Bay Road is the access to a number of picturesque sights including Jimmy Newells, The Gap, Natural Bridge and Stoney Hill. all within a 20 minute drive of Albanys main street.
Friday April 18th was an especially spectacular sight all along the coast as with a high swell running the waves were crashing on the coast and offshore islands, running into the Gap and Natural Bridge rock formations and making for some huge sprays of water.
Standing on the fenced lookout 25 metres above the water was no surety to staying dry as some tourists found out, at one time getting a drenching that was felt 30 metres away at Natural Bridge. There certainly was some 'chatter' about that for quite a while afterwards.
At Salmon Holes the fish were also running and quite a large number of fishermen frequented the rocks and beach with bountiful success.
Recfishwest were also on hand over the weekend to help highlight the need to be very careful and safety conscious when fishing in what are sometimes treacherous coastlines.
VISIT THE RECFISHWEST WEBSITE for fishng safety support messages to help remain safe in Australian Waters.
THERE ARE GREAT PLACES TO SEE, PEOPLE TO MEET AND
THINGS FOR YOU TO DO IN AUSTRALIA
All visitors will enjoy meeting us and the hospitality of Australian businesses.
"Come and visit us in Australia. We would like to meet you."