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We missed this place on our last trip up North but got there this time. It's just as everyone says - quirky and wonderful! We were greeted by the lovely Prince Graeme and told the history of the Principality (bring your passports to be stamped...More
Didn't really know what to expect before stopping here, but it turned out to be a very unique and interesting place to visit. We were greeted by one of Prince Leonard's sons, who explained what it was all about and showed us some interesting items...More
Definitely worth the detour if that way but ensure of opening times. The history of when and why this became a Principality is really interesting and you can even get your passport stamped. Glad we done it and got pictures of the Prince.
We stopped by here on our way from Geraldton to Kalbarri. It's off the beaten track a bit, down a gravel road. A bizarre but interesting little place with some very interesting history. HRH Leonard and his son were there to explain the history. The...More
Fascinating visit to Hutt River Principality.
In 1970, Leonard Casely & his family seceded from Australia & became their own micronation .... lots of legal arguments ensued, which continue to this day, especially with the tax office ....
They are their own Royal Family ......More
To visit this special place, easiest route will be via Binnu Road West whereby only a short stretch is unsealed.
We are fortunate to meet Prince Leonard and had him explained the history of the place.
Of course to have our passport stamped was a...More
We stopped at Hutt River on the way to Exmouth recently. We had seen it on the news in Feb 2017 when the old prince handed over the reigns to the younger prince, and the kids were curious to see what it was about.
It is best to visit the Hutt River Province by way of a FWD, the road is unsealed for most of the trip once you leave the H'way. But you will be so delighted when you get to the Principality. Take your Passport and have...More
How fortunate we were to be able to meet and speak with Prince Leonard -- and wish him a Happy Birthday. We stayed a couple of nights at the caravan park so had the time to spend quite some time going through the displays and...More
If you want to go to another country and not leave Australia, then this is it. You have to get a visitor's visa from the Post Office at a cost of $4.00,stamped. Also available is a members certificate or an officers certificate, both personally signed...More