TARA

TARA


Tara
 



Describe yourself in a sentence.
A down to earth and fun loving gal who craves being immersed in nature and doing what she can to conserve and protect it.

What part of Australia are you from and what do you love most about your hometown?
I spent a large chunk of my childhood in Exmouth Western Australia before moving to Perth and seeing the diversity from the North to South of Western Australia is unreal. The different landscapes are beautiful and Im so lucky to be surrounded by so much of it that can hopefully only thrive. The South West of WA as well as the North West both are immersed in a coast that is insanely diverse and beautiful, colours, textures and all.


What qualities define the Nature Girl in you?
I am persistent in my ways of teaching others around me of the impact that certain things have on our environment, ie. single use plastics. When I'm surrounded by nature I feel like I can really just breathe and relax, truly. It is where we come from and being down to earth and understanding this is something that can reflect good actions and energies. 



We’re in love with your 1985 land cruiser @honeythebundy. What have been some of your favourite camping trips where you’ve taken Honey to?
Unfortunately my little Honey didn't get to go on many trips with me before I had an accident in her which has now ended her life (hopefully temporarily) but, a four day trip down to Margaret River, WA was definitely the best of the few she got to experience. We camped on the beach down at Joeys Nose and Honey didn't let me down once!

We understand that Plastic Free July is not only about minimising plastic use, it’s about learning, teaching and realising plastic consumption in our society. During this years Plastic Free July, what is one way that you’ve been minimising your plastic use.
For Plastic free July, I have been minimising my plastic use by eating fresh & unpackaged fruit and by keeping a reusable straw in my car! Easy peeezyy :) 

Tara's quote that means something to her;
"Most of us have forgotten that we are nature. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, it means we have lost our connection to ourselves."

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