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Michela Fantinel

Michela is a passionate traveller and outdoor enthusiast, who has been travelling solo for +30 years between Australia, Italy, Europe and more countries. She is keen to share her knowledge and best tips to help solo travellers travel more and plan their adventures in a simpler and smarter way. Michela is the founder and editor in chief of Rocky Travel.


  1. Julio Moreno
    April 15, 2013 @ 2:11 pm

    Looks like there are a lot of things to do. A weekend might not be enough.


  2. Sean
    April 21, 2013 @ 10:17 pm

    Great pics! Geographe Bay looks stunning. I would love to go. Western Aus is next on my list of places to visit.


  3. Johanna
    June 4, 2013 @ 8:46 am

    Great list of things to do, and some that I hadn’t thought about recently even though I live so close by! Thanks for your recommendations, it’s always interesting to hear what others have enjoyed 🙂


  4. Bonny
    November 27, 2013 @ 6:57 am

    Hi Michela, I also love the Geographe Bay area. The beaches over on that side of Cape Naturaliste are so calm and tranquil – such a contrast to the wavy Margaret River beaches. I especially love walking up to Castle Rock from Dunsborough along the Meelup Trail, past a couple of the most beautiful, secluded beaches that noone ever goes to. I see in your photos that you went down into the underwater observatory at Busselton Jetty. Do you think it was worth while? Whenever I’m down in Busselton I always want to check it out, but have never ended up doing so because it seems kind of expensive.


    • rockytravel
      November 28, 2013 @ 2:33 pm

      Hi Bonny, Busselton Jetty is unique. I cannot remember having seen anything similar in Australia! It’s worth visiting the underwater observatory if you like marine life and corals, although the area you can view underwater is relatively small. Busselton Jetty is the oldest and longest jetty in Australia! 🙂


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