Owner & Director
David Kennedy owns and operates Geraldton Bus Tours and is a local of the Mid West Region. David enjoys promoting the Mid West of Western Australia and can't believe that this region is not a tourism haven. David in his younger years worked in the Whitsundays and was the Activities Manager on Dunk Island as he put's it "it was one of his hardest jobs" but when you look at "Places like Walga Rock, The Seasonal Wildflowers, Kalbarri National Park, the clear skies, clean waters, white sandy beaches and open spaces it not hard to work out why this region has it all for the adventure tourist. "We might be a bit more expensive in the West for a holiday but we have a raw beauty that can't be manufactured". David has personally developed all the tours and enjoys linking the Mid West People, the experience and places with his tours. So jump aboard and let us show you the Mid West of Western Australia. A great place to get away from it all!
Astronomy & Photography Guide
Ken Lawson has always had a interested in Astronomy and Photography ever since he can remember and his passion for both has never been stronger.
Ken photographs anything and everything but he likes to specialise in lightening, astrophotography and macrophotography. Ken has had his work featured on national television and in numerous newspaper, magazine and online publications.
As well as running his own IT business, Ken is martial arts practitioner and instructor, president of the both the local camera club and astronomy group, Geraldton City RSL committee member, Scinapse: Midwest Science Engagement Group committee member and photography/astronomy educator.
Ken resides with his wife and young son in the coastal town of Geraldton in the Midwest of Western Australia and looks forward to showing you the wonders of our world and universe.
Traditional Owner, Elder & Guide
Colin Hamlet is a Wajarri Elder and the Traditional owner of the Weld Rangers, Wilgie Mia and Walga Rock. Colin and his family welcome Geraldton Bus Tours guests onto his land and hopes that the 40,000 years of indigenous culture and traditions that he and his family share with you has a lasting impact. Colin asks that while you are on his traditional lands that you respect the land and artifacts you see.
David & Francis Pollock
Your Hosts at Wooleen Station
The Pollock family have owned Wooleen Station since 1990 and on the 21st May 1993 Helen and Brett Pollock welcomed the first paying guests to Wooleen Homestead. Offering friendly, traditional Australian Outback Hospitality in beautiful surroundings with fine food, good wines and personalised service for everyone from the adventurous adult to a family group.
Today, David Pollock and wife Frances Pollock are your hosts whilst staying at Wooleen Station and they look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into there home.