Australia’s sunniest city.
Fremantle is just a 30-min drive from Perth. Fremantle blends the old with the new.
3 Rottnest Island
Ferries depart regularly from Fremantle. Biking is the way to get around. And you’ll meet the cutest quokkas.
Busselton Jetty is the longest pier in the southern hemisphere.
Augusta is certainly one of the best places ifor Humpback whale watching.
The Gloucester Tree (58m) is the world’s second tallest fire-lookout tree. The climb is done by stepping on 153 spikes.
Wave Rock is about 15m high and around 110m long.
Take a break in Lancelin and surf the dunes.
They form a unique natural landscape. Thousands of tall limestone spires rise out of the yellow desert sands.
11 Dynamite Bay
Bring along a picnic.
12 Kallbari NP
The town is geared with attractions like the daily pelican feeding, the Kalbarri NP, Murchison River Gorge etc.
13 Finlays Fish Bar
A unique experience. Bring your own drinks with you!
14 Shark Bay Hamelin Pool
Hamelin is home to the most diverse stromatolites in the world. They are living representatives of life over 3500 million years ago when there was no other complex life on earth.
15 Shark Bay Shell Beach
Shell Beach is covered with shells for a 60 km stretch to a depth of 7–10 m. I
16 Shark Bay Monkey Mia
Monkey Mia is a famous dolphin watching destinations.
17 Shark Bay Francois Peron NP
Francois Peron is known for its red cliffs. The tracks of deep soft sand offer challenging conditions for drivers.
18 Point Quobba
Powerful ocean swells force water through narrow holes in the rocks, jets of water erupt into the air (up to a height of 20 m)
19 Tourquise Bay
The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is recognized as one of the planet’s last great ocean paradises. The reef can be accessed just footsteps from the beach.
20 Exmouth – Wale Sharks
Book a wale shark tour.
21 Emu Creek
You’ll love Emu Creek Station.
22 Tome Price – Rio Tinto Mine
Be amazed by the enormity of Rio Tinto’s open cut iron ore mine.
23 Karijini NP
With massive gorges, crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls, Karijini is a must.
25 Eighty Mile Beach
Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park is an ideal stopover on this long stretch of road.
27 Broome – sunset beer at Cable Beach
Don’t be surprised that people visit the Beach with the car.
28 Broome – camel tour at Cable Beach
The camel tour is famous for its camel rides.
29 Cape Leveque Road
The quite corrugated southern section of the road is often closed during the wet season.
30 Kooljaman Wilderness Camp
Kooljaman is a remote wilderness camp. Don’t forget to book in advance:
31 Cape Leveque – Hunters Creek tour with Brian Lee
Learn traditional fishing and crabbing methods.
32 Cape Leveque – Lombadina
Lombadina is an Aboriginal community.
33 Cape Leveque – Djoodoon Bully’s Bushcamp
The track isn’t on any maps. The facilities were basic, but it was great.
34 Tunnel Creek
You can walk through the tunnel (750 m) and you have to wade through several pools. Freshwater crocodiles live in the cave.
35 Windjana Gorge
Simply beautiful, you will see many freshwater crocs..
36 The Gibb River Road
The Road is a 660 km track through the wild heart of the Kimberley.
37 Bell Gorge
The deep pool is perfect for Swimming (Camp Silent Grove)
38 Charnley River Camp
It takes some driving to get to the great gorges and swimming holes, but it’s well worth the effort.
39 Over The Range THE mechanic
Tire and mechanical repairs
40 Galvans Gorge
Galvans Gorge is perfect for a short bath.
41 Manning Gorge
The walk to the gorge is 3 km You have to cross a river by using alittle boat. The gorge has several pools to swim and jump into.
42 ‘Ellenbrae Station’ best scones in WA
You will get the best scones in WA.
43 Pentecost River crossing
Be aware of saltwater crocodiles in the area.
44 Zebedee Springs just one of El Questro’s Gorges
45 Mirima NP
Sandstone formations are often compared to the Bungle Bungles.
46 Lake Argyle
A wildlife cruise will give you close encounters with freshwater crocs and wallabies.
47-49 Bungle Bungles
350 million years in the making, it’s the most unique and captivating range on Earth. Stay overnight and visit Cathedral Gorge, Echidna Chasm etc.
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