The wheatbelt in Western Australia is huge. An area of land totalling more than 150,000 square kilometres. It is diverse and interesting in its own way. Driving through it can take weeks. The landscapes can change from rolling hills to flat wide plains and remarkable rocky outcrops dotting the land. I love exploring it and it changes from season to season. In winter it is green with fields of crops, then turning golden when harvest is about to begin. Summer is dry and desolate but has its own charm when bathed in golden sunlight.
I am looking forward this summer to exploring the region more. It is also a great place to chase and photograph epic storm fronts that move through in the hottest part of the year. If you haven't been out to explore it yourself now is the time.