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West is best for adventure – try these four ideas for your next road trip in Western Australia

West

Comprising an entire third of Australia, there’s plenty to do out West when it comes to travel adventures. Try these experiences for size …
Photograph the pinnacles
Where: Nambung National Park, 250km north of Perth
THOSE with a burning desire to capture the world through their camera lens will relish the chance to photograph the Pinnacles at sunset.
These dramatic limestone formations are up to five metres tall, having formed 25,000 to 30,000 years ago.
Wind, rain, sun and vegetation have sculptured these dramatic structures over time. Top photographer Ilya Genkin advises using polarising filter and a low level shooting […]

Nature’s best in Western Australia – five unmissable natural attractions

Camels Broome's Cable Beach. Photo James Morgan

SO you’ve jumped in a Perth car rental for an adventure in Western Australia. The problem is, you’ve just lobbed in Australia’s biggest state, with an area of more than 2,500,000sq/km, a 12,500km coastline and spanning 2400km from north to south.
For an entire state being a third the size of a large continent, quite simply you’ve got to know where to go and we’ve hand-picked five unmissable natural attractions while you’re on the road in WA.
1. Cable Beach (pictured, photo James Morgan)

Could there be a better way to catch a sunset than by cruising along on […]

Seven stunning lookouts in Australia

moon

WHEN it comes to lookouts Down Under, there may not be another country in the world that matches Australia for sheer diversity and absolute stunning sights whether be inland or coastal. We fetch seven from throughout the continent to consider during that next road trip.
1. Staircase to the Moon (WA, pictured)
One of the world’s great mystical wonders for sightseeing, visit Broome in the north-west from March to October and you can witness the Staircase to the Moon, a natural phenomenon when the moon rises over the mudflats at Roebuck Bay at low tide.
2. Echo Point (NSW)

Broome to Cape Leveque

broome cable beach

A HOLIDAY in Broome and the far north coast of Western Australia requires more commitment than any other destination in Australia. This sunny, sparkling city is more akin to an island resort than a bustling hub – totally isolated, surrounded by wilderness, and possessing that chilled ‘manana’ attitude that pervades the South Pacific.
Getting here is not only a chore, but it’s expensive. You either have to take the long haul up the coast from Perth – ideal if you want to take your time and have the luxury of a campervan rental campervan rental in Western Australia – or trek […]

Perth to Broome Campervan Tale – Grey Power Touring

Maui Campervan Rental Touring Western Australia

On the must do list was finding out what it was like to join the “grey army “that travels around the camping grounds of outback Western Australia and escapes the Melbourne winter.
In May 2010 We convinced friends to join us – 4 people, two vans and plenty of open road. As non-seasoned campers the starting point was the DriveNow website to look at options for Campervan Rental in Western Australia.
Being chardonnay travellers we settled on a Mauri motor home with on board kitchen shower and toilet facilities. The planned route over 30 days was Perth to Broome via […]

 
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