Attention all adventure-seekers and nature lovers! If you're searching for a destination that's wrapped up in total natural beauty, Western Australia is where it's at. From pristine white-sand beaches to red deserts and clear turquoise waters teeming with marine life, there is no shortage of stunning places to visit in this region. Allow yourself to be captivated by the rugged beauty of the Kimberley, the dramatic Pinnacles, and the breathtaking Ningaloo Reef.
Make sure you squeeze in a trip to the vast and awe-inspiring Karijini National Park as well. The best time to visit would be during its dry season, which runs from April/May to September, offering perfect temperatures and plenty of sunshine. With its breathtaking landscapes, stunning beaches, and abundant wildlife, you'll have no shortage of incredible experiences. Don't miss out on exploring the Pinnacles Desert, where you can see the mystical limestone formations up close.
Take a road trip down the Indian Ocean Drive and discover the hidden gems of the Coral Coast. And how can you forget about swimming with whale sharks in Ningaloo Reef? The best time to visit is between April and November when temperatures are milder and the wildflowers are in full bloom. So what are you waiting for? Grab your hiking boots and sunscreen and get ready for an unforgettable adventure in Western Australia!
Mandurah is just a hop skip & jump from Perth metro. Find out how to make your way down to the coastal city of Mandurah.
Border Village is located fifty metres east of the Western Australian Agricultural checkpoint, twelve kilometres east of Eucla.
Eucla is located approximately 13 kilometres west of the South Australian border. Established in 1877 as a manual repeater station for the Overland Telegraph.
In Western Australia & want to find out the best surfing spots? We have them for you.
For over 100 years Fremantle Prison has been home to stories of strange and unexplained occurrences.
Kambalda is located 55km south of Kalgoorlie and was Australia’s first nickel town, built by Western Mining in the 1960s.
There are plenty of free camping opportunities around Australia, including campsites specially designed for free campers. Think of the freedom & the money you will save!
Menzies is a historic gold mining town where in 1894, a prospector named Robert Menzies stubbed his toe on the rich gold bearing rocks during the "gold rush".
Perth is the most isolated capital city in the world & the world's sunniest capital city, averaging 8 hours of sun a day through the year.
In Kalgoorlie there are things to see above the ground & below the ground. There are even things to see in the sky.