**WARNING** This episode features details of a serious road accident and includes some graphic details.
A 1,000 mile day trip along the edge of hot and dusty outback Western Australia turned into a disaster when Michael Pitt’s motorcycle hit a kangaroo whilst traveling at around 100miles per hour.
The father-of-three who emigrated to Australia from Devon with his wife and eldest child 15 years ago, was fortunate to have survived the serious accident in the very isolated Pilbara region of WA.
The experienced motorcyclist was traveling from Karratha in the state’s far north down to Mandurah, just south of Perth in 2018 after a two week stint of shift work.
Bullet points of key topics & time stamps:
● 03:21 – Michael describes the outback road he was traveling along
● 06:02 – Michael shares some of the dangers of traveling by road in outback Australia
● 10:13 – Michael tells us how he survived
● 12:03 – Michael talks about his injuries
● 17:25 – Find out whether the accident has put Michael off returning to the Pilbara region
List of resources mentioned in episode, suggested reading & social media handles:
● Western Australia
This episode is sponsored by Kilted Haggis.
Authentic Scottish family serving popular food from their homeland at Grazeland in Melbourne.
Open Friday from 5pm and Saturday/Sunday from 12pm.
Follow them on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/kiltedhaggis19
Add them on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/kiltedhaggis19
Britstralian Producer and Host: Anna Moran
Follow us on Twitter
Find us on Facebook
Join our Facebook community to discuss the show.
Britstralian acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on. The area now known as the City of Armadale was originally occupied by the Noongar people many thousands of years before European settlement. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
NOTE: The views and opinions shared by the guest(s) in this podcast are the views and personal experiences of the guest(s) and are not necessarily representative of the views or opinions of Britstralian and the host.
The views and opinions shared by the guest(s) in this podcast are the views and personal experiences of the guest(s) and are not necessarily representative of the views or opinions of Britstralian and the host.
Britstralian will not be liable for any inaccuracies in this information.