Sep
11
2017

Western Australia has plenty to offer travellers with a campervan. Whether you want to soak up some sun on the beach, taste some of the states best drops or go on an outdoor hiking adventure, Western Australia has something for everyone.

You just need to check out DriveNow’s website for the best campervan hire deals at Perth and make your way to one of these amazing destinations nearby.

Fremantle

One of the best things about Fremantle is its amazing coastline. This is the place to go if you want to see Fremantle’s famous sunset! This lively port city has four main beaches along the Indian Ocean, and each are unique and perfect for swimming. Soak up the sun and visit the charming Cappuccino Strip for a coffee and a meal and don’t forget to check out Little Creatures Brewery, another fantastic lunch option or for a casual beer with mates. The great thing about this city is almost everything is within walking distance.

Margaret River

Drive three hours south of Perth and you’ll arrive at one of the most charming places in Western Australia. Margaret River is famous for its premium wines and food with more than 120 world-class wineries to explore. If you want a more active holiday, you can go surfing at some of the best beaches, mountain biking through old forest tracks, or even caving. You can also hire a kayak and spend the day travelling up the beautiful river.

Swan Valley

The Swan Valley is another popular wine growing region. In fact, it’s Western Australia’s oldest wine growing region and has now become the first ‘Humane Food Region’ in all of Australia. You’ll find superb gourmet foods, like specialty cheese, marinated olives, dried fruits and handmade chocolates. The breweries and wineries are to die for. Not to mention this food-lovers paradise is less than a half an hour drive north east of Perth.

Cervantes

Who would have known a laidback fishing village could be so nice? Drive two hours north of Perth and you’ll discover the beautiful white, sandy beaches of Cervantes. The turquoise waters are full of marine life, making it an exciting place to head with the family. It’s also Western Australia’s gateway the the magnificent Pinnacles. Explore sand dunes, offshore reefs and islands.

Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza is an Australian television reporter and part-time travel blogger. Originally from Melbourne, she's currently living in Cairns where she works for WIN News and spends her weekends exploring the outdoors Far North Queensland.

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