It was a Great Hump Day in Australia!

Finally making their first "large town" stop over since leaving Perth, the Seachem duo made a beeline for the storybook village of Broome, WA. Broome's history is as colorful as their coastal waters and the lustrous pearls that continue to be farmed here after more than 100 years! Nestled quietly among the dunes another infamous Australian staple was discovered (OK smelled) - the sunset ride camels of Cable Beach! Perched high atop these proverbial "beasts of burden" riders can enjoy...

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Wonders of Monkey Mia

Imagine a beach - virtually devoid of people yet teeming with plant and animal life. Well, there's no need to imagine with a picture perfect day at the National Heritage Area of Monkey Mia. The team took a few hours to visit the preserve which is world-renown for its wild dolphins who frequent the beach to feed from rangers hands. Not to be missed as well were all the incredible, relaxed, and remote scenery surrounding the peninsula. Also below...

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Seaview Aquariums

Trekking through Perth city traffic, the Seachem team descended upon a hidden gem in the Northern border town of Westminster -Seaview Aquariums. This small footprint store is a shining example that just because another store is big, it doesn't always mean its better. Brother/owner duo Greg and Michael make use of every inch in this 28 year old establishment giving it a welcoming, homelike feel. The shop prides itself on caring staff, creating magnificent custom aquariums, and emulating the true...

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Vebas Aquariums

After a grueling three day trek, the H2Go! cruised into the metropolitan city of Perth for a visit to two of the finest aquarium shops on the West coast. Vebas Aquariums is known about town for its large selection, colorful corals and a beautiful center reef display worthy of a major public aquarium. This popular retailer also boasts a full quarantine facility for its fish and imports a great selection of tanks and stands for its customers. Be sure to...

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Another Long Day on the Road

Crossing the famous Roaring Forties of the Nullarbor Plain, the Seachem team pressed forward on its 800km journey today to the town of Norseman. Several unexpected guests were spotted along the Eyre Highway including huge semi trains, a 4x4 expedition team, and some signature Aussie critters.     (more…)

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A Visit to Port Campbell National Park

As we were traveling from Melbourne to Port Campbell we decided to stop and visit the Port Campbell National Park. We were fortunate enough to see plenty of beautiful sights and were able to take several wonderful pictures as seen below. The park boasts an unbelievable array of protected marine and terrestrial habitat with a landscape best described as "awe inspiring" (more…)

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Aggies Aquarium

Nestled amidst the rows of Pooraka’s fine businesses sits aquarium specialty shop – Aggies Aquariums. This community icon is undergoing a revival with recent tank upgrades and additions, an extensive Seachem selection, and the oddball fish thrown in for good measure. Father and son team Mark and James guide the ship of this local favorite where patrons often swing by to see shop pet  “Murray” the freshwater Murray Cod. This massive fish is about 16 years old and is...

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Site Seeing in Canberra

Time for a little Site Seeing in the beautiful capital city, Canberra. In our touring we saw the Australian War Memorial, the Parliament House, and Lake Burley Griffin. Now as we finish up site seeing we will travel on the road from Canberra to Wadonga, VIC. (more…)

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Next Stop, Campbelltown Pet and Aquarium Centre!

Campbelltown Pet and Aquarium Centre greets the Walkabout Tour H2Go! with open arms (and fins) showcasing a 43 year history of quality pet and aquarium care. Owners Helen and Bill share their passion with customers daily offering a clean and friendly atmosphere, expansive product selection, and enthusiastic staff making them a local favorite among customers. Be sure to visit them at http://www.petaquarium.com.au and like them on Facebook @ http://www.Facebook.com/campbelltownpet. (more…)

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